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Does School Ruin Reading?

March 6, 2020 5:35pm | Neely Burns

Without a doubt, the majority of high school students do not enjoy reading. In fact, according to mybookcave.com, 33% of high school students do not read a book after they graduate, and the same is true of 42% of college students. This is because school […]

1917: A Cinematic Take on WWI

March 6, 2020 5:33pm | Ellie Bonnet

On December 4th, 2019, an epic WWI film called 1917 was released into America’s theaters. 1917 is based on a true story that occured in WWI between Great Britain, France’s ally, and Germany. With an 89 percent rating from Rotten Tomatoes, nominations for several Academy […]

Remembering Kobe Bryant

March 6, 2020 5:19pm | Pierce Benson

“Kobe Bean Bryant”. This name means a lot to many people throughout the world of sports, celebrities and Fatherhood. Kobe Bryant was an extraordinary athlete who excelled on the basketball court and also excelled in his life after basketball. He was a 5 time NBA […]

COVID-19 Kills 3,461; Known Cases Soar Over 100,000

February 27, 2020 5:12pm | Kevinjonah Paguio

In the beginning of the new year a viral outbreak has gained the global spotlight. Originating in Wuhan, China, the deadly virus has killed 3,461 people and infected over 100,000 people worldwide. As a result, the World Health Organization (WHO) has declared the Coronavirus as […]

School Lunch Review

February 7, 2020 5:45pm | Neely Burns

If you buy lunch at Thunderbird, you are no stranger to being overcome with confusion as to which food place to go to. The truth is, all food places at Thunderbird are great for certain people. Therefore, whether you agree or disagree with our ratings, […]

Hiking Trails Around Arizona

February 7, 2020 5:41pm | James Wood

Now, since it’s no longer 110 degrees outside, you no longer have to workout inside at a gym. It’s cooled off and it’s ideal hiking weather now. Here is a list of hikes around the valley, their location, and their difficulty. Let’s start with North […]

Best Children’s TV Shows of the 2010s

February 7, 2020 5:36pm | Neely Burns

It’s official. The 2010s are no more. Although current students at Thunderbird were born in the 2000s, many of us have fond memories of the early 2010s, where TV networks like Disney, Cartoon Network, and Nickelodeon were at their peaks. Since then, the shows on […]

Girls Soccer Ends Season with 10-2 Record

January 28, 2020 5:28pm | Midori Lenyard

Our Girls Soccer team has done great this season. On average, they have an overall score of 3-2 for each game and two of our players have been named player of the game. They dominated their last home game against Glendale with a final score […]

Performing Arts Assembly

December 13, 2019 5:46pm | Tahtiana Hatchett

The first assembly for the performing arts came, and no one could hold their excitement. “We’ve been working on the assembly for a while, and we are all excited for everyone to see what we have been working on,”says Kyla Webster. The performing arts assembly […]

Glendale Glitters

December 13, 2019 5:24pm | Ellie Bonnette

Imagine this, you just finished holiday shopping with your family and friends, and now you’re getting ready to get cozy with some blankets while eating delicious gingerbread cookies while watching a live performance. Sounds nice? Well, you might get the chance to do that if […]