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Road Work Ahead? Uh, Yeah, Now it Does

May 17, 2019 7:57pm | Morgan Jones

Anyone with a car, has driven in a car, or has eyes knows how bad roads can get. Potholes and cracks litter the street. It doesn’t feel good and it doesn’t look good. Everyone who attends Thunderbird High School and any parents who drop their […]

2018-2019 School Year Comes to Close

May 17, 2019 6:50pm | Ellie Bonnette

It’s finally the time that students and teachers have all been waiting for. Students are restlessly studying all night for exams and are anxiously awaiting summer break. It’s the end of the year and the Thunderbird community is thrilled to get a nice and relaxing […]

Steve Harvey Pops Up Around Campus

May 17, 2019 5:32pm | Megan Mannelly

Have you been noticing many smiling faces peering out from odd places? Well, the mysterious Steve Harvey pictures have been hung up around the school looking for attention. “We don’t know exactly who has been putting these pictures up, but we know that the pranksters […]

Gas vs. Electric Cars: The Way of the Future?

May 17, 2019 5:28pm | Taylor Jones

A debate that has many people talking is whether there should be gasoline cars or electric cars. Both are seen all over the world, but the question is which one is better?  Today, people see more and more electric cars on the road since many […]

Spotify vs. Apple Music

May 17, 2019 5:28pm | Ellie Bonnette

We’ve all heard of the popular music apps Spotify and Apple Music. Some of us are even subscribed to them. For a while now, there has been a subtle rivalry between the two. If you are subscribed to one of these programs, you may have […]

TikTok: What Is It?

May 17, 2019 5:27pm | Neely Burns

What do some people call a disgrace to man and others call the new Vine? If you guessed TikTok, you are correct. TikTok is a popular app formerly known as Musical.ly. It launched in China in 2006 and has been growing ever since. The basis […]

2020 Presidential Candidates

April 26, 2019 6:15pm | Christian Silmone

Candidates across the political sphere are beginning to emerge in anticipation of the 2020 presidential election. As of now, about eighteen known candidates are said to be either in the race or have formulated a committee known as a presidential exploratory. The majority of candidates […]

The Momo Challenge

April 26, 2019 5:13pm | Neely Burns

If you have been on social media within recent months, you have most likely heard of the dreaded “Momo Challenge.” This challenge has become well known throughout the internet, but not for the same reasons as many trends like the Ice Bucket Challenge. In this […]

March Madness

April 26, 2019 5:11pm | Pierce Benson

March madness rolls around every year and is the most exciting time of the year for college basketball fans. The term “March Madness” refers to the NCAA tournament that showcases the best Division I teams from around the nation. There are sixty-four teams that compete […]

Lori Loughlin’s House Isn’t so Full After Her College Scandal

April 26, 2019 5:06pm | Larissa Hermiz

Thirty three people have been charged in the largest college-entrance-scam cheating scheme ever prosecuted, and two of them happened to be famous actresses, Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman. “Dozens of parents  have been indicted for spending nearly $25 million in bribes and coordinating with college […]