The Gaucho Gazette

An Alternate Path For Discipline

An Alternate Path For Discipline

May 26, 2019

By changing the way that authority figures in schools react to kids actions and consequently changing the way punishment is pursued, restorative justice is the key to building a broader sense of community within schools and homes.

An Unexpected Prodigy

An Unexpected Prodigy

May 25, 2019

By utilizing the layering of neutral canvases with vibrant accents or offbeat cuts, the combination of abnormal silhouettes and clever simplicity are what makes Abloh’s work so desirable.

International Pen Pals: Beyond Letters

International Pen Pals: Beyond Letters

May 22, 2019

Many students on campus take classes at some point during their high school careers to learn a foreign language. With that, one of the best ways to learn a foreign language is to practice. Students in Kim Fowler’s Spanish two class have been fortunate enough to authentically practice their best Spanish: they have been writing and receiving pen pal letters with high school students in Spain.

The Array of Famous Alumni from Casa Grande

The Array of Famous Alumni from Casa Grande

May 20, 2019

The alumni from our school represent a vast array of personalities and talents, some of which have become famous. Some well recognized names –– Amy Gutierrez, Elijah Qualls, Jonny Gomes , and Michiko Kakutani –– have received attention in careers ranging from journalism to sports. They continue to leave an impact on the school campus.

Sister Scandal

Sister Scandal

May 18, 2019

Since Westbrook’s video, Charles has lost over three million subscribers on his Youtube channel, and 400k followers on Instagram, with A-listers as Kim Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Iggy Azalea, Demi Lovato, and Shawn Mendes, and former friends Emma Chamberlain, and Ethan and Grayson Dolan unfollowing him. While Charles’ business ties and contracts with Morphe and Ulta remain to be intact, his merch line Sister’s Apparel seems to no longer be in production.

Mind and Body: The Fight Against Eating Disorders

Mind and Body: The Fight Against Eating Disorders

May 8, 2019

“Sometimes people personify anorexia and think of it as something that’s their friend or makes them feel good, but it's not real. It's something that your brain has created to make you feel like you’re not worthy.”

Will Bowser Finally Rule Nintendo?

Will Bowser Finally Rule Nintendo?

April 22, 2019

This Monday, April 15th, marks the changing of CEOs at Nintendo of America. Fans were shocked to hear of the retirement of CEO Reggie Fils-Aime, after leading the company for 13 years, and even more at his successor: Doug Bowser (yes, you read correctly).

The Psychology Behind Mental Illnesses

The Psychology Behind Mental Illnesses

April 22, 2019

While the exact science of where mental illnesses stem from, the psychology and science of how these illnesses work has become an increasingly interesting and prominent topic, especially to high school students.

La Quinceañera

La Quinceañera

April 21, 2019

Entering high school is an intense and difficult transition within itself: for numerous young Latinas, it is also the year of yet another life-changing moment — their quince...

Student Jazz Combo Supplies Service and Soundtrack to Community

Student Jazz Combo Supplies Service and Soundtrack to Community

April 18, 2019

The recent growth for the school’s dynamic music program, which emphasizes concert, choral, and jazz performance, is due in part to the emerge of student-organized jazz combos.

Experiencing Burnout in High School

Experiencing Burnout in High School

April 18, 2019

Many students experience the serious issue of burnout, as the overwhelming amount of work they experience from balancing school and jobs or extracurriculars. The work built up from priorities students need to do often yields few feelings of success and accomplishment, resulting in the detrimental effect of burnout.

Norteños vs. Sureños: An Overview

Norteños vs. Sureños: An Overview

April 12, 2019

The Norteños and the Sureños are rival gangs from California. The Norteños — from Northern California — and the Sureños —from Southern California—have had tension between each other since the 1960s.

The student news site of Casa Grande High School
Features