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The Arizona State Fair

October 4, 2019 5:04pm | Angela Garcia

Are you bored and don’t know how to spend the afternoon? Go to the state fair with friends or family. The state fair has an abundance of addicting rides and games that can keep you entertained for hours. If someone doesn’t want to get on […]

School on Your Computer

October 4, 2019 5:03pm | Maddy Barton

Online school is exactly how it sounds. It’s when you do school, but online! Online school started in 1986. They allowed students to take a course online. Since then, it has evolved. There are so many kids getting an education through the comfort of their […]

NFL Weeks 1-3

October 4, 2019 5:03pm | Pierce Benson

The start of the NFL season has come and gone and has left fans with a good feeling in their stomach. With all of the offseason drama, to the trades and the Antonio Brown situation, It’s needless to say that NFL fans were more than […]

Did They See Them Aliens?

October 4, 2019 5:03pm | Megan Mannelly

What has driven millions of people to sign up to “storm” Area 51, the U.S. government’s military base? It’s clearly just a bit of fun by internet jokesters, but the U.S. military isn’t laughing.  The truth is out there, but it’s probably not at Area […]

NBA Off-Season

September 9, 2019 5:47pm | Pierce Benson

Some avid fans may argue that this 2019 NBA off-season was one of the most entertaining off-seasons in recent history. People are even saying that the off-season was more exciting then the season itself, except for the NBA Finals of course, which are always very […]

Surviving the Summer Heat

September 9, 2019 5:35pm | Morgan Jones

No matter where they live, the only adjective that comes to mind when people think of Arizona is hot. Us here in the sunny state barely survive through the brutal heat of the summers. It is surprising many of us have not melted into puddles […]

The 25 Person Playlist

September 9, 2019 5:22pm | Lizzie Ziebarth

In the hunt for new music I made the decision to ask 25 people in the senior class to put two songs that were relatively unknown into two separate playlists that were titled to indicate a particular type of music in them. The playlist names […]

Shark Attacks on the Rise

September 9, 2019 5:17pm | Ellie Bonnette

Hawaii News Now announces, “California man, 65, dead after shark bite in Maui.” Since the start of the year, there has been 30 shark attacks and two fatalities in the United States. What is the cause of this terrifying topic and what can we do […]

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 […]