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Is Arizona Ready to Reopen?

With COVID-19 cases in the hundreds every day, is it safe for Arizonans to return to life as we know it? Doug Ducey, governor of Arizona, has said that he has, “Confidence that we are going in the right direction.”  Arizona is the sixth highest state in the nation in Coronavirus cases. According to a local news source, azcentral.com, "Arizona was one of the most reluctant states to wear a …

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Alison Miller

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News

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    2020 Country Music Awards
    Covid-19 did not get in the way of the 2020 Country Music Awards. The awards were held in Nashville on September 16 outd
  • Image
    Virtual Open House
    Thunderbird’s 2020-2021 annual Open House looked a little different this year than the years in the past. Instead of b
  • Image
    When is the Right Time to Return to School?
    Although going back to school sounds like an exhilarating idea, it could be the cause of yet another massive Covid-19 ou
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    COVID at ASU
    There has been a spike in positive covid cases on the ASU campus as students move into the on-campus housing. Despite th
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    Nationwide Testing
    As most high school students are aware, the SAT, ACT, and AP tests are tests that occur every year primarily for uppercl
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    Are Students Ready to Go Back to School?
    Since March of the last school year up until now, students have been doing online school. By now, both teachers and stud

Features

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    Trump vs Biden’s Policies
    When we look at the state of the country today, we see the divisiveness, this pandemic, and the economy. We are looking
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    Is Arizona Ready to Reopen?
    With COVID-19 cases in the hundreds every day, is it safe for Arizonans to return to life as we know it? Doug Ducey, gov
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    The Death of Chadwick Boseman
    On August 28, 2020, an actor by the name of Chadwick Boseman passed away from colon cancer. At the age of 43, Chadwick h
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    Monsoon Season
    For months, Arizonans have been sitting wondering if their beloved monsoon season will ever get here. Phoenix, Arizona b
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    Will TikTok Become Banned?
    As many teens in the U.S. are aware, rumors are spreading about a possible ban of the app “TikTok” on September 15.
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    College Students Return to Campus
    As of right now, ASU and U of A have allowed students to come live on campus. All students have been required to stay in

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    On December 4th, 2019, an epic WWI film called 1917 was released into America’s theaters. 1917 is based on a true stor

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