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Sahuaro Students Biggest Fears

Sahuaro Students Biggest Fears

Autumn Fatovich, News Editor
October 24, 2016
Filed under Cougart, Showcase

Ever wonder what your friends at school are afraid of? What makes them want to do anything else besides face their fear? Now that we are in the spooky October spirit, the student body tells their worst fears and why is it their worst. FRESHMEN: "Probably dolls because they are creepy and freak...

This I Believe: Words of Others Do Not Determine My Self-Worth

This I Believe: Words of Others Do Not Determine My Self-Worth

Daja Burley, Creative Contributor
October 24, 2016
Filed under Cougart

Daja Burley is an everyday senior focusing on keeping her GPA on track, but still uncertain about her plans after high school. She is a proud member of Sahuaro's Marching Band, and has been playing the clarinet for 7 years.  At first she felt uncomfortable about the assignment, but when she started wri...

Four Choir Students Make it to UA High School Honor Choir

Four Choir Students Make it to UA High School Honor Choir

Samantha Valdez, Reporter
October 23, 2016
Filed under Cougart, Showcase

Four Sahuaro Fine Arts students made it into UofA's High School Honor Choir. The four students are Lylah Field, Justin Schicker, TJ Simon, and Zoe Tomas.  In conjunction with the Fred Fox School of Music, the UA High School Honor Choir "presents its culminating performance sharing the stage with the...

This I Believe: Bromance

This I Believe: Bromance

Devan Gary and Mekayla Phan
October 21, 2016
Filed under Cougart

I am a believer of many things. I believe in ideas, in theories, and in thoughts, whether they are absurd or brilliant. What do I believe in this very moment? I believe in the concept that "Bromances" are the best type of relationship you can, and will ever have. Some of you may ask yourself, "What...

SHS All-Band Performance

SHS All-Band Performance

Danielle Mahler, Reporter
October 20, 2016
Filed under Cougart

On Tuesday, October 5, 2016 Sahuaro High School had an amazing all-band concert performance, which included concert band, marching band, and jazz band. The concert performance started at 7:00 pm and ended at 9:00 pm. Anyone was welcome to come and watch for free. Each band beautifully performed three...

Artist Spotlight: Hailey Alfaro

Artist Spotlight: Hailey Alfaro

Danielle Mahler, Reporter
September 29, 2016
Filed under Cougart

Junior, Hailey Alfaro is a shy, and honest person. Some hobbies she's interested in are video games and art. When she graduates high school she plans to go to college and become a video game designer.  Hailey is also involved with Crew, helping with lights, sound, and stage management for Sahuaro...

Piano With Ms. Barnes

Piano With Ms. Barnes

Cristina Pacheco Lugo, Reporter
September 29, 2016
Filed under Cougart

Many students wish to play an instrument. Some just need the Fine Arts credit, even more may feel as if they do not have the ability to commit to perform in a full band or orchestra ensemble. Many have wanted to attempt to learn the piano, yet never had the opportunity given to them. Sahuaro has...

6 High Protein Snacks

6 High Protein Snacks

Autumn Fatovich, News Editor
September 29, 2016
Filed under Cougart, The Epicure

Living the high school lifestyle has people constantly running around, going to work, staying up late cramming for tomorrow's test, and playing sports. Who has time to eat a decent meal that is high protein? No one. After long, tiring days of working out or running around, your body needs a high protein...

The Cougar’s Library is Better Than Ever

The Cougar’s Library is Better Than Ever

Samantha Valdez, Reporter
September 14, 2016
Filed under Cougart

Mrs. Dillon, our school's librarian, is very pleased to say that this year the library will have 60 new computers. Over the last few years, conference time in the library has had a long waiting list for the students to get to use a computer. Last year, the library had 18 computers at the start of...

Twin Towers Given a Voice

Twin Towers Given a Voice

L. Larson, B. Johnson, M.Carr, L. Tharp, Creative Contributors
September 14, 2016
Filed under Cougart, The Paw Print

Is this how I, one of the most influential and greatest buildings on the planet fall? Flames created by terror and my inhabitants leaping from my sides? Is it fitting that my crumbling will lead to entire wars. Is it fitting that I, who once stood as a symbol to American ingenuity and hopes and dreams...

Artist Spotlight: Bernadette Cañez

Artist Spotlight: Bernadette Cañez

Mekayla Phan, Features Editor
September 14, 2016
Filed under Artist's Den, Cougart, Showcase

Bernadette Cañez has always had a great love for drawing, ever since her little hand could hold a pen to paper. "When I was in preschool there was a table with a bunch of paper, and I would be one - the kid - who would pick up a pencil and start randomly drawing. So, basically from preschool, ever...

Daniel Foster Heading to Success

Daniel Foster Heading to Success

Autumn Fatovch, News Editor
September 14, 2016
Filed under Cougart

Some people find everyday life complicated and hard to get through. Many search for a way to escape or express themselves. Daniel Foster, a sophomore at Sahuaro, found his “outlet" to express himself by rapping. He is quickly approaching high success. Foster has the fourth biggest following in t...

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