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A Surplus of Screen Time

Photo by Rosie Harris.
November 12, 2020

According to CNN, teens spend an average of seven hours per day on screens as a source of entertainment, not including time spent for school. Before virtual learning, school was a place where students...

Welcome Back to Movie Madness

The Harkins building in Chandler.
Harkins Theaters reopens to the public
November 12, 2020

After nearly eight months of being closed, Harkins has reopened their doors. COVID-19 forced businesses to close, so for many, this is the first time in months that people are allowed back in the movie...

Corona del Sol Goes Hybrid

Photo courtesy of Kathy Nicolson.
October 13, 2020

Going back to school has always been a difficult, vital adjustment. This year, that fact has become more apparent. First, students were faced with the challenge of online school and now, those who chose...

Silent March

Senior Abraham Jiminez receives the Outstanding Leader Award for the 2019-2020 season from Mr. DuPlessis (left) and Ms. Holste (right) at the band banquet. Last year marked the end of the typical marching band season for many seniors like Jiminez
Student shares the marching bands new plans after its cancellation.
September 29, 2020

Cancelation after cancellation, when will it end? Sports have been postponed and performing arts are finding alternate ways to take the stage. Marching band is no different. Their season has already been...

Back to School Baby Steps

Data provided by the Arizona Department of Health Services. Graphic by Mackenzie Keelan.
TUHSD Governing Board's hybrid plan for returning to campus
September 14, 2020

Due to the outburst of COVID-19, it has become equally as difficult as it is important to stay up to date with information. As of August 10, there are 187, 523 identified cases of Coronavirus in Arizona...

Sunrise File Photo
March 7, 2019

On Feb. 28, the Tempe City Council passed a new distracted driving ordinance in order to create safer roads. What is this ordinance? According to tempe.gov, this ordinance prohibits drivers from...

Sound of Music graces Corona

Photo by Kara Henley
February 5, 2019

For three nights, CdS TheatreWorks performed The Sound of Music on the James C. Love Stage. From the beautiful singing to the grand and intricate sets to the live orchestra, this production was wonderful....

Girls Volleyball is headed to State Finals

Girls Volleyball celebrates their win over Perry in the state semifinals. They will face Xavier in the state finals. Photo by Coree Thrun.
November 6, 2018

After an intense semifinals, the Corona del Sol girls volleyball team will be returning to the 6A State Championship for the third year in a row. The lady Aztecs took the win over Perry 3-2, going to a...

Review of Candidates

Photo courtesy of Gage Skidmore licensed under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/. Photos cropped.
October 3, 2018

Arizona voters have the opportunity to elect new officials this midterm election. Ranging from U.S. Senate to governor to local city/town councilors, there are many open seats. After the primary election...

TheatreWorks presents: ‘Unsinkable’ & ‘Suite Surrender’

September 12, 2018

This Thursday and Saturday TheatreWorks is putting on its first production of the year. Something new is being introduced to this performance, as it will have two shows rather one. Much like a Pixar short,...

Teacher walkout leaves many students with questions

April 25, 2018

With the teacher walkout beginning Thursday, April 26, new information about the walkout and how it affects Corona is coming out each day. Here is a current list of the facts that are known about the walkout...

StudCo. puts on blood drive

January 30, 2018

The next Corona del Sol blood drive is this February and student council is looking for anybody that is willing to donate. The blood drive is not only for the students at this school, but also for anybody...

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