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Beware of What You Share

Beware of What You Share

Danielle Mahler
May 3, 2017
Filed under Sahuaro News

On Monday, May 1st 2017 Sahuaro's assembly was used to inform students of the dangers of using the internet, and how to use it safely. Sahuaro's guest speaker began by explaining some ways to use the internet dangerously. His first example was the act of sexting. Sexting is sending sexually explicit...

San Diego Pool Shooting

San Diego Pool Shooting

Samantha Valdez, Reporter
May 3, 2017
Filed under News

Peter Selis, 49, opened fire at a pool party in a San Diego apartment complex last Sunday. A video showed Peter,  who was “despondent” and “distraught” over his breakup with an ex-girlfriend, sitting on one of the pool's reclined chairs where he took out a phone and called his ex, told her...

Prom 2017 Slideshow

Prom 2017 Slideshow

Autumn Fatovich, News Editor
May 2, 2017
Filed under News, Showcase

 

Patterson Becoming a Bobcat

Patterson Becoming a Bobcat

Jessica Luna and Jordan Valenzuela
May 2, 2017
Filed under Sahuaro News, Showcase

Economic and Government teacher, as well as wrestling and freshman football coach, Christopher Patterson announced after the wrestling season he will not be returning as a Cougar for next school year. Patterson will be leaving to join Cienega, and has no regret because he feels it's time for a change...

Trump does Not Attend White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Trump does Not Attend White House Correspondents’ Dinner

Mekayla Phan, Features Editor
May 2, 2017
Filed under News

On Saturday, Donald Trump became the first president in 36 years to have not attended the annual White House Correspondents' dinner. The White House Correspondents' dinner (WHCD) is an esteemed event where journalists, celebrities, athletes, and the White House administration gather together to celebrate...

Two School Attacks in Texas

Two School Attacks in Texas

Jacob Hernandez, Reporter
May 2, 2017
Filed under Last Week Today, News

This weekend there have been two fatal attacks in two different Texas schools. The first attack was Monday afternoon at the University of Texas in Austin. One person was killed and three others were injured in a knife attack. The suspect in custody is Kendrex J. White, who appears to be a student...

First NWFD Drowning of 2017

First NWFD Drowning of 2017

Samantha Valdez, Reporter
May 2, 2017
Filed under Last Week Today, News

On April 26th, a two year old girl was found dead in a pool on the Northwest side of town. According to reports,, the girl's mother called 911 just before 7 p.m. and said her child was not breathing. She had found her daughter floating in the pool and tried to revive her with CPR. When paramedics arrived...

Pakistani Citizens Are in Uproar Over Blasphemy Laws

Pakistani Citizens Are in Uproar Over Blasphemy Laws

Yusuf Rahman, News Editor
May 2, 2017
Filed under News

On April 13, 2017, Mashal Khan was publicly lynched by a mob in Mardan, Pakistan. Khan was known for his outspokenness about controversial matters, as well as his criticism of his university. Pakistan has incredibly strict speech laws in Pakistan, many people hated his speech, and as a result, those...

Monitor Can Pick Up Pain in Baby’s Brain

Monitor Can Pick Up Pain in Baby’s Brain

Haydee Pedersoli, Reporter
May 1, 2017
Filed under News

Researchers have found a way to figure out if an infant is in pain. An electrode (conductor through which electricity enters or leaves an object) that is placed on the soft part of a baby's head can measure a baby's pain. Understanding pain is very important in babies since they can not talk, which makes...

Asian American Students in TUSD Get Recognized

Asian American Students in TUSD Get Recognized

Yusuf Rahman, News Editor
April 27, 2017
Filed under News

On Monday night, April 24, Asian Pacific Americans Student Services hosted a ceremony recognizing Asian students for their academics, attendance, fine arts, and sports. The program took place at the Catalina High School Auditorium, and the awards were given to students of various schools throughout...

Suffer From Headaches? Here’s Why

Suffer From Headaches? Here’s Why

Yusuf Rahman, News Editor
April 26, 2017
Filed under News

Ever wake up in the morning with a terrible headache? For most, this may be a rare occurrence, but for some, this may be a very common one. Around 37 million, or 13 percent of adults in the U.S. population have migraines, and of those people, 2-3 million have chronic migraines. Many people find headaches...

The Death of the Great Barrier Reef is Upon Us

The Death of the Great Barrier Reef is Upon Us

Autumn Fatovich, News Editor
April 19, 2017
Filed under News

The Great Barrier Reef in Australia has begun breaking down and continues to die. It is known that the alarming rate of decline in the habitat and coral reef has been happening for the past 27 years. In 2016 half of the Barrier Reef was dead or dying due to bleaching of the coral. Now more than two thirds...

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