A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Joe Biden Announces Bid for Presidency

May 18, 2019 2:25am | Bailee Roeder

Former Vice President Joe Biden just recently announced his candidacy for President and he has already become the top contender for the Democratic nomination. He is the 20th candidate to enter the presidential race. Unfortunately, Biden has already hit a few bumps in his campaign. […]

Political Upheaval Continues in Venezuela

May 18, 2019 1:36am | Christian Silmone

Conflicts between the opposition supporters and pro-government proponents have further taken the streets as rebellion, protests, and violence are becoming the major contributions in Venezuela’s critical status as a nation. Two days of riots and opposition in Caracas and La Victoria prove to be a […]

France’s Iconic Notre Dame Cathedral Experiences Destructive Fire

May 17, 2019 5:43pm | Kevinjonah Paguio

On April 15th, 2019, the iconic Notre Dame Cathedral in France experienced a horrific fire that will forever change the famous structure forever. In the late hours of April 15th, 2019, Paris’ iconic city skyline was forever altered. The Notre Dame Cathedral saw a fire […]

Wrathful Weather in the Midwest

April 26, 2019 5:54pm | Christian Silmone

A recent surge of floods in the Midwest has been developing across the region. States such as Minnesota, South Dakota, Wisconsin, Nebraska, and Iowa have experienced snow melt and heavy rains as a result of a cyclone. According to Dr. Jeff Masters of wunderground.com, the […]

Performing Arts Takes on Disneyland

April 26, 2019 5:15pm | Bailee Roeder

Every two years, the Performing Arts department goes on a trip to celebrate the year. This year, Band and Theater decided to visit Disneyland! At Disney, if you have a certain amount of people in your school group, you can take a workshop. This year, […]

Students Prepare for the 4th Quarter

April 26, 2019 5:11pm | Ellie Bonnette

On Monday, March 25th, Thunderbird students returned to school after a restful and much-needed spring break. It’s now the 4th quarter, and students are preparing to show off how much they grew over the course of the year through the annual and dreaded end-of-the-year exams. […]

New Zealand Shooting

April 26, 2019 5:10pm | Hannah Collier

March 15, 2019 is the day that will forever change New Zealand. At approximately 1:40 P.M., a gunman walked inside Al Noor Mosque, a Muslim church located in Christchurch, and opened fire, killing 42 people and covering the walls of the church with hateful symbols. […]

Trump Declares National Emergency

March 25, 2019 5:11pm | Christian B. Silmone

Three weeks after the temporary opening of the federal government, President Donald Trump issued a national declaration concerning threatening activities along the southern border. During the declaration, the President once again called for support for border security, citing the southern border as a crucial entry point […]

Maduro, Guaidó, and the Venezuelan Crisis

March 25, 2019 5:11pm | Christian B. Silmone

Disputes in Venezuela have grown increasingly more hostile as tensions between Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and opposition leader and interim President Juan Guaidó further divide Venezuelans. Recently, a convoy of trucks from Brazil and Colombia, requested by an opposition group for humanitarian aid, was denied entry […]

The Phoenix Zoo’s New Tiger

March 25, 2019 5:11pm | Taylor Jones

The Phoenix Zoo is happy to announce their new addition to their family: a 200 pound Sumatran tiger named Dari. She’s four years old and has already made her new habitat feel like a home. She came from the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in […]