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  • Une Lettre à L’anxiété

    Une Lettre à L’anxiété

    Alejandro Paredes, Page editor, reporter

    December 7, 2017

       Dear Anxiety, you’ve been by my side since I can remember. When we first met, I knew at an instant that I desired solitude and distance away from the negativity you brought unconditionally into my life. I recall at age 13 when you started to make me think that everyone was going to use foul ...

  • My Homeworld

    My Homeworld

    Sydney Pearce, Artist, reporter

    December 5, 2017

        Some people feel the least bit connected with where they are in their town. Some people want to keep it secure at any cost. Some people are obsessed with the perfection of the neighborhood and the connection of the aesthetic appeals of each house. Each side has understandable qualities, but m...

  • Review: Della Fattoria

    Review: Della Fattoria

    Sue Jacob and Meheak Singh

    December 1, 2017

        A cozy and welcoming ambiance greets you the moment you walk in, while the scent of freshly made dough fills the homey cafe. A look around the room reveals the long wooden tables and content faces of the customers enjoying their morning brunch. As the sweet aroma of freshly baked pastries wafts...

  • Anime 101

    Anime 101

    December 1, 2017

    We reviewed some of our most memorable anime viewing experiences, shedding a light on the unique genre.

  • Saving the 707

    Saving the 707

    November 29, 2017

    Even after making it to the Major League, local and national celebrity baseball star Johnny Gomes still feels strong ties to his hometown, involving himself in a plethora of local organizations. Gomes, whose family was evacuated during the recent fire in Sonoma County, started a GoFundMe as part of...

Preparing for the Apocalypse

Sydney Pearce and Martin Contreras

November 14, 2017No Comments

DEFENSE: Protection is indispensable during a time of crisis. Deck yourself out with wearable protection, like a gas mask, to protect from airborne contaminants or a bullet and knife proof vest to protect...

November 4, 2017No Comments

Homecoming, a time-honored tradition in high schools around the country, has a significant influence over the fall schedules of many high schoolers. People can take weeks, even months to prepare for this...

Nellely Azpeitia and Kayla Briceno

October 7, 2017No Comments

This generation of teens are occupied with countless hours in front of screens: texting, checking social media and watching videos. Phones have become one of the most important aspects in the lives of adolesc...

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Overcoming the Risks

Jacob Anderson and Jashan Gill

November 16, 2017No Comments

   Student athletes are passionate individuals who display the utmost strength and determination, stopping at nothing to improve their skills and compete to the best of their abilities. These students, no matter how much they train, may experience shortcomings in their athletic careers, including injuries and disabilities ranging from physical handicaps and disfigurements to Asperger’s syndrome, autis...

Playing with Fire

Jack Anthony, Lucia Garay, Andrew Gotshall, Ashley Hancock, Zach McGunagle, and Aalyna Silva

November 16, 2017No Comments

In the midst of the chaotic Sonoma County fires, the school's fall sports teams were forced to adapt to the frightening new circumstances. Cancelled games, rescheduled practices, and altered playoff schedules were only a few of the ramifications athletes were faced with. Women’s Golf Another sport that suffered the consequences of the fire was the girls golf team. The season was not postponed, not r...

Baile Folklorico

Baile Folklorico

Jacob Anderson and Jashan Gill

October 18, 2017No Comments

Culture is expressed in many forms: art, food, language, music; but for these women, culture comes in the shape of an intricate and competitive dance that encompasses several cultures from different regions...

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Une Lettre à L’anxiété

Alejandro Paredes, Page editor, reporter

December 7, 2017

   Dear Anxiety, you’ve been by my side since I can remember. When we first met, I knew at an instant that I desired solitude and distance away from the negativity you br...

My Homeworld

My Homeworld

December 5, 2017

Time to be Alone

Time to be Alone

October 20, 2017

Letting Go

Letting Go

October 20, 2017

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Review: Della Fattoria

Sue Jacob and Meheak Singh

December 1, 2017

    A cozy and welcoming ambiance greets you the moment you walk in, while the scent of freshly made dough fills the homey cafe. A look around the room reveals the long woode...

Anime 101

Anime 101

December 1, 2017

Beautiful Trauma

Beautiful Trauma

November 27, 2017

Thank You For Your Service

Thank You For Your Service

November 27, 2017

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Voice: Mia Shew-Smith, 11

Emma Pearce, Page editor, reporter

November 14, 2017No Comments

When I think of politics, I think of the social aspects because I think everyone should be equal no matter how much money they have. I think if you have more money you shou...

Voice: Jessica Moser, 9

Voice: Jessica Moser, 9

October 18, 2017

Voice: Ella Yarrow, 9

Voice: Ella Yarrow, 9

October 3, 2017

Zach Esponda, 12

Zach Esponda, 12

May 26, 2017

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The student news site of Casa Grande High School