Spooky potion bottles

DIY Halloween Decorations under Five Dollars

This Halloween, why spend 50 to 100 dollars on Halloween decorations when you can make them at home for less than five dollars? This article will teach you how to do so creatively and effectively.
Grace Freed, Columnist November 4, 2020

Spooky Potion Bottles Materials: Glass jars, jugs, or cups (you can get these at a dollar store) Labels (you can use a printer or buy them at a dollar store) Instructions: Print or purchase...

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“The Batman:” Set Leaks and Fan Theories

Leaked pictures from the filming of the upcoming Batman movie have sparked widespread speculation across the internet.
Luke Culver, Columnist November 3, 2020

The internet has been abuzz lately as leaked photos have surfaced from the filming of the upcoming 2022 Batman film (directed by Matthew Reeves and starring Robert Pattinson Jr. as the titular hero). Fans...

Five-Minute Snacks

Five-Minute Snacks

Although a bag of chips might be an easy alternative, some want the luxury of a homemade treat. These snacks will provide you happiness in 5 short minutes.
Jolie Flack, Columnist November 3, 2020

1: Cinnamon Popcorn This cinnamon popcorn recipe is ready in minutes and it tastes delicious. Ingredients: ½ cup popcorn kernels 3 tablespoons vegetable oil 2 tablespoons melted butter ...

The process to create a vaccine for COVID-19 is complex.

Development of the COVID Vaccine

With COVID-19 cases still rising, people are left to question when an actual vaccine will be released to the public.
Adam Khogyani, Columnist October 31, 2020

Since COVID, we have been battling the challenges of social distancing, wearing masks, and quarantining. The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) states that they have spent over $30 million for pandemic...

Halloween during a pandemic will be very different than usual.

BOO! Spooky Season During the Pandemic

As Halloween approaches, pandemic uncertainty has prompted some people to change their regular plans for the holiday.
Ty Larsen, Columnist October 30, 2020

Many people around the country are wondering what to do for Halloween during the pandemic. Countless people are frightened of contracting COVID-19, supposedly meaning that a lot of people won't be going...

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Pins and Needles: A Guide to Dealing with Cactus Spines

Running into a cactus is never fun, but it’s a common threat in the Arizona desert. What should you do if it happens to you?
Zane Khogyani, Columnist October 30, 2020

Finding yourself in a situation where you get a cactus needle stuck in you is never fun. Here’s what you can do if this happens.  First of all, get rid of the biggest needles first. “Start with...

The diabolical ironclad beetle.

The Indestructible Super Bug

When most people see a creepy crawly bug scuttling towards them, they usually slap it with a shoe and get on with their life. But that won’t work with this beetle.
Madeeha Akhtar, Columnist October 30, 2020

Scientists have recently discovered the diabolical ironclad beetle. It may not look pretty, but this bug makes up for it with its strength.  The diabolical ironclad beetle has been known to survive...

A throwback theater in its heyday.

Throwback Theaters?

Could drive-in theaters make a comeback during quarantine?
Connor Davis, Columnist October 28, 2020

Due to COVID-19, many businesses have had to close their doors for safety reasons set by the state of Arizona. Luckily, many have started to re-open due to a drop in cases. This includes movie theaters,...

Two healthcare workers registering patients in New York.

Components of Contracting COVID-19

Due to the overwhelming amount of positive test results, many notable organizations are investigating the factors that play a role in the likelihood of contracting COVID-19.
Amelia McCrory, Columnist October 28, 2020

With the world-wide pandemic continuing, numerous theories have been formed over the factors affecting the probability of testing positive for the virus. Despite the many opinions and uncertain nature...

Finished pan de muerto.

A Dead Delight

From ofrendas to sugar skulls, there are many exciting customs observed on Dia de los Muertos. But one tasty tradition stands above the rest: Pan de Muerto.
Abbi Prieto, Columnist October 28, 2020

Pan de Muerto is a traditional Mexican sweet bread that is typically baked on the holidays of Dia de los Inocentes (Day of the Innocents, which celebrates dead children), and Dia de los Muertos (Day of...

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