CdS Sunrise

“Fakespeare Festival” adds comedy to classic plays

Written by Faryal Ashraf, Staff Writer

November 25, 2015

Corona del Sol’s Theatre 5-6 program performed a unique take on three popular Shakespeare plays. The plays featured in the “Fakespeare Festival” were Hamlet, Othello and Romeo and Juliet. The play was presented with a comedic spin and was liked by much of the audience. The first play, “Canned Haml...

TheaterWorks performes historic and literary show

Written by Faryal Ashraf, Staff Writer

November 3, 2015

Corona del Sol’s second play of the year was Arthur Miller’s The Crucible, produced by TheatreWorks. This play was a bit lengthier than the last, Star Wars: The Abridged Version, and featured two acts with five scenes all together and was around two hours long. The play is set in Salem, Mass., ...

All Time Low hits all time high with new concert set

All Time Low hits all time high with new concert set

Written by Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer

October 29, 2015

Another day, another amazing All Time Low concert. For a band whose fan base was largely built on live shows, they have a lot of exceptions to live up to. Before the concert on Tuesday, Oct. 20, I'd seen the band live three times, so I was hoping there'd be some surprises. Unsurprisingly, the show was...

Percussion puts on entertaining performance

Written by Kajal Dave, Copy Editor

October 26, 2015

Corona del Sol Percussion put on an exciting concert on Oct. 15 with the Mallet Masters from Kyrene de las Brisas and middle school students. All the groups incorporated the theme of the show, Comic Con, in their own way. The Mallet Masters were up first. There were three groups of fourth, fifth,...

Alternative band releases genius third album

Written by Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer

October 22, 2015

I've been a fan of New York-based rockers New Politics since last fall, but what solidified my appreciation of the band was seeing them live. The first time was when it opened for Fall Out Boy and Paramore on Monumentour, and the second, more recent occasion was when it played Pot Of Gold festival in...

Fall into autumn with warm pumpkin spice

The arrival of fall brings many pumpkin spice foods, drinks and candles. As the weather cools off , many look towards warm seasonal drinks and candles to get in the holiday spirit.

Written by Dion Deguzman, Staff Writer

October 1, 2015

Sweaters, scarves, falling leaves, and pumpkin spice embody the beginning of fall, also known as the season of pumpkin spice. I bet you’ve tasted the inside of the pumpkin you carved and hoped it would taste like your beloved pumpkin spice latte from your favorite coffee shop. Sadly, it tastes nowhere...

Jesse Andrews creates refreshingly realistic teen novel

Written by Carson Pyatt, Online Editor in Chief

September 28, 2015

Movies and novels such as The Fault in Our Stars and A Walk to Remember have become popular for the modern tragic love story they tell: boy meets girl, boy and girl fall in love, some form of illness is introduced, causing the death of a person but a love that can never die. These modern love stories are ...

‘The Scorch Trials’ is successful overall second installment of series

Written by Brenna Bochenek, Production Editor

September 24, 2015

In the sequel to The Maze Runner, The Scorch Trials builds upon the dystopian world created in the novels by James Dashner. In this film, Thomas and his friends have escaped the maze and now have to navigate the strange outside world that they know virtually nothing about. As a fan of both the first...

Miss America pageant continues to glorify gender sterotypes

Written by Nikki Hinshaw, Editor in Chief

September 18, 2015

Despite vast changes in the roles and views of women over the past 90 years, beauty pageants remain as one constant that has failed to evolve with the times. The 95th anniversary of the Miss America pageant premiered on Sept. 13 with intentions to defy gender stereotypes, but instead it confirmed them. T...

Pei Wei combines Asian food from many countries to form delicious dishes

Pei Wei offers various Asian dishes such as Dan Dan noodles. The menu has appetizers, small plates and original sizes.

Written by Megan Marples, Life and Times Editor

September 9, 2015

Most Corona students head over to the Casa Paloma shopping center to stop by AJ’s Fine foods. Around the corner at the other end of the plaza is Pei Wei Asian Diner. This restaurant combines five popular Asian countries: Thailand, Vietnam, China, Japan and Korea. It serves a variety of rice and noodle...

Young artist looks promising after releasing ‘Cry Baby’

Written by Patricia Stoica, Staff Writer

September 8, 2015

Melanie Martinez is a 20-year old singer/songwriter who was first introduced to America as a contestant on season 3 of The Voice. Since then, it's been three years and she's released an EP, had a song featured on American Horror Story: Freak Show and released her debut album. Her music has a constant v...

Corona in desperate need for more school spirit

Many students who participate in Spirit Days are the odd men out.

Written by Carson Pyatt, Online Editor in Chief

August 25, 2015

This week marks another Spirit Week, a long-standing tradition in which Corona students get to dress up and participate in fun, specifically themed days. This week’s line up includes days such as Mismatched Monday, Excessive Accessory Day and Class Colors Friday. Spirit Weeks allow for students to...

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