A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Civil War After Election

December 11, 2020 4:09pm | Jada Moore

This election will go down in history as one of the most important elections to ever happen. Whoever wins, there is bound to be a Civil War between the red and the blue. Stores and restaurants have started to board up their windows and doors, […]

Rappers that came out as Trump supporters

December 11, 2020 4:07pm | Gabriela Rodriguez Rios

The 2020 United States presidential election was one of the biggest and most controversial 2020 topics and they pinned the two biggest candidates up against each other, Donald Trump and Joe Biden. These two candidates have had a lot of publicity and a large amount […]

Arizona Cardinals Season Summary

December 11, 2020 4:07pm | Xander Saarela

For a while now the Arizona Cardinals have had a tough road. They have been through many ups and downs but they may be on the way up.   Week 1 came and the first opponent of the season for the Cardinals was the 49ers: […]

Free Hiking Shoes for Outdoors Club

December 11, 2020 4:05pm | Ellie Bonnette

The Thunderbird Outdoors Club is all about building camaraderie with one another while exploring the great outdoors. This past fall, the club received some very exciting news; an undesignated tax credit grant was given to the club to purchase all new pairs of hiking shoes […]

Muslim Concentration Camps in China

November 10, 2020 6:06pm | Ellie Bonnette

Do you remember learning about the Holocaust? Do you remember how in awe we all were once we found out what torture and hell the Nazis installed onto Jewish people? Thankfully our world has come a long way in its prejudices towards others. Now it […]

NFL Racial Backlash

November 10, 2020 6:06pm | Xander Saarela

For many years, the NFL has faced backlash from many fans due to race. In 2015, the NFL didn’t really promote how bad racism was. The NFL didn’t show signs of educating themselves when they shot down players’ idea of kneeling so why now? Recently, […]

SAT Testing During COVID

November 10, 2020 6:05pm | Megan Mannelly

With coronavirus afoot, schooling has become more and more difficult, and with important tests such as the ACT and the SAT coming up, students in COVID hotspots have been scrambling to find a safe place to take the test. For example, with New York being […]

CUTIES Controversy

November 10, 2020 6:04pm | Ellie Bonnette

By now, you may or may not have heard of the newly released French film by Netflix called CUTIES. This movie was released on August 19, 2020 and since that day, the media has been in an uproar regarding the child-exploitation this film possesses. Hundreds […]

Symptom Screening

November 10, 2020 6:04pm | Kiralynn Milne

Upon schools reopening and students returning to school, the safest way to ensure that the community as a whole remains in good health is to constantly track the illnesses and symptoms that the staff and students encounter. The best way to constantly keep track of […]

Spectators at High School Sporting Events

November 10, 2020 6:00pm | Neely Burns

Although just about every student, teacher and parent associated with Thunderbird is thrilled with the fact that sports are continuing despite COVID-19, there is one problem: many parents will never get to see their kids compete. Because of the new guidelines for sports in place […]