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The United States’ Vaping Crisis

October 5, 2019 11:42pm | Elizabeth Ziebarth, Megan Murphy

“Mmmm Mango!” has turned into “Mom, I need to go to the hospital,” and doctors have very little leads as to why. The alarming new disease associated with nicotine vaping products has popped up all across the nation, ailing Americans in epidemic levels, and yet […]

Hong Kong’s Political Upheaval

October 4, 2019 6:21pm | Kevinjonah Paguio

The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China, otherwise known as Hong Kong, is experiencing a wave of protests. Clashes between Hong Kong’s police and protesters have been going on for several weeks. To better understand the situation at hand, one […]

Hurricane Dorian’s Destructive Nature

October 4, 2019 6:19pm | Kevinjonah Paguio

Recently, a vicious storm in the Atlantic pounded the island nation of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas and the east coast of the United States of America. As a result, the storm inflicted severe damage wherever it went and the name of the hurricane is […]

Students Take on Leadership Roles

October 4, 2019 6:08pm | Mia Germinaro

“Great leaders don’t set out to be a leader… they set out to make a difference. It’s never about the role-always about the goal.” Student Council is a class based on teaching students how to become good leaders. Everything done in the class, from planning […]

Blood Drive Aids Dorian Victims

October 4, 2019 5:56pm | Midori Lenyard

Do you want to help those affected by Hurricane Dorian? With one blood donation, three peoples’ lives could be saved and a free blood test is provided. In present news, Hurricane Dorian has taken the lives of more than 50 people in The Bahamas. The […]

Thunderbird’s Various Clubs

October 4, 2019 5:55pm | Ellie Bonnette

Whether you’re interested in art, caring for animals, saving the Earth, or even the outdoors, Thunderbird will most likely have a club that suits you. At Thunderbird, there is a variety of over 17 clubs to join, and there is no limit to however many […]

School Spirit

October 4, 2019 5:53pm | Neely Burns

No matter who you are on Thunderbird’s campus, there’s no denying that we have school spirit! Whether it’s spirit week, a football game, or just a normal week, there is always time to show support for your wonderful school. During spirit weeks, Student Council puts […]

Marching Band’s Wild, Latin-Flavored Extravaganza

October 4, 2019 5:45pm | Bailee Roeder

Every year, our very own marching band gives us an amazing show with insane music and visuals. This year, their show is called “Latin Extravaganza” which includes jazz music and music from the “Blue Devils.” This show features the trumpet section, including soloists Josh Moore, […]

Fall Sports Season Begins with Exciting Assembly

September 10, 2019 3:44pm | Tahtiana Hatchett

This year’s fall sports assembly has come and gone, and as the first assembly of the year it was amazing. All of the wonderful events and teams that were presented made everyone hyped.   The great teams that had been presented were Football, Badminton, Volleyball, […]

Incoming Freshmen

September 10, 2019 3:31pm | Neely Burns

Unless you are unsure of how high school works, you have most likely noticed a new group of freshmen on campus. These freshmen are the class of 2023 and like all other freshmen classes, they are getting involved with activities and making changes on campus. […]