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Speech Team Wins Big At UA Tournament
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Sahuaro’s Food Forum

Sahuaro’s Food Forum

January 30, 2020

A hamburger patty flying through the air, with pieces of the (almost) artificial meat crumbling mid-air....

Get To Know Mr. Lown–Sahuaro’s New History Teacher!

Get To Know Mr. Lown–Sahuaro’s New History Teacher!

January 30, 2020

Month after month, Sahuaro students were left with no history teacher. For this period of neglect, partly...

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Tue, Feb 11 Boys Basketball vs. CFHS 60-88L
Tue, Feb 11 Girls Basketball vs. CFHS 53-38W
Thu, Feb 06 Boys Basketball vs. Casa Grande 59-61L
Thu, Feb 06 Girls Basketball vs. Casa Grande 71-39W
Thu, Feb 06 Girls Soccer vs. CFHS 0-1L
Tue, Feb 04 Boys Basketball vs. Vista Grande 65-45W
Tue, Feb 04 Girls Basketball vs. Vista Grande 64-36W
Tue, Feb 04 Girls Soccer vs. Casa Grande 9-1W
Tue, Feb 04 Boys Soccer vs. CFHS 2-4L
Thu, Jan 30 Boys Basketball vs. Canyon del Oro 67-50W
Thu, Jan 30 Girls Basketball vs. Canyon del Oro 66-23W
Tue, Jan 28 Boys Basketball vs. SCHS 39-68L
Tue, Jan 28 Girls Basketball vs. SCHS 64-44W
Thu, Jan 23 Boys Basketball vs. CFHS 47-56L
NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson Passes Away
Creator of LEGO Figure Dies

Creator of LEGO Figure Dies

February 28, 2020

Trump’s Third State of the Union

Trump’s Third State of the Union

February 19, 2020

100-Year-Old Tuskegee Airman Honored At State Of The Union

100-Year-Old Tuskegee Airman Honored At State Of The Union

February 19, 2020

Why Black Women Are Aging Alone

Why Black Women Are Aging Alone

February 18, 2020

From Wealthiest Divorce to Wealthiest Donation

From Wealthiest Divorce to Wealthiest Donation

February 18, 2020

First Ever Bio-Printer Can Print Skin Onto Wounds

First Ever Bio-Printer Can Print Skin Onto Wounds

February 18, 2020

The New “Reaper Of Death” Dinosaur

The New “Reaper Of Death” Dinosaur

February 18, 2020

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Elite Eight Play for State!

Gianni Martinez, Sports Editor | February 28, 2020

On Wednesday February 19, our girls basketball team went head-to- head against Moon Valley High School from Glendale in their  playoff game to see who would advance to the elite 8. Among those who played, Alyssa Brown stood out, being honored for scoring her 2,000th point only as a junior! With an adoring crowd of supporters on their side, the girls basketball team came out victorious, winning the...

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Not Nice Nike

Calvin Mueller, Headline News Editor | February 17, 2020

Nike is “swooshing” in and getting client after client. The United States has laws against monopolizing a certain industry, but yet Nike designs and produces jerseys for the top three sports leagues in the USA, so how can they do this? Nike took over producing NFL jerseys in 2012, they have secured the production of them until 2028. Nike also secured another giant jersey client, the NBA,...

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Female Coach Breaks into The Super Bowl

Emma Walrath, Editor in Chief | February 12, 2020

Since 1967, when the first Super Bowl took place, the idea of a woman involved in professional football, at any level, seemed impossible. The hardest part of the industry to break into would be the leadership aspect, coaching. Nevertheless, Katie Sowers broke through to be the first openly gay and first female coach in Super Bowl history as the offensive assistant for the San Francisco 49ers. She...

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Super Bowl LIV

Gianni Martinez, Sports Editor | February 12, 2020

Two teams, both deserving of the title and both yearning to call themselves champions, but only one gets the trophy at the end of the fourth quarter, the emotionally draining yet vigorously exciting day known as...Super Bowl Sunday. The day where family and friends gather together, regardless of which team they're rooting for, and watch as two incredible teams who, keep in mind, worked extremely hard...

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Underdogs

Lyndale Bondoc, Contributor | February 27, 2020

As most varsity teams typically put the shine onto juniors and seniors, let’s turn the spotlight around to the underclassmen, shall we? It sure isn’t easy getting into most varsity teams, but many prove it to be very accomplishable with their skills. There’s always a good handful of underclassmen who make the cut every year and I’m here to tell about the lives of some of those student-athletes....

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Trends 2020 Does Not Need

Paula Le, Contributor | February 26, 2020

Are trends as funny as people think they are? The thing about trends is that some are unique, funny, weird, or just overall annoying. When it comes to new trends coming up on social media, it can be a hit or miss. There are a few, if not a lot, of trends that should not have been repeated more than three times. I’m here to tell you what trends that no one wanted, nor needed.  First and foremost,...

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The Circle Reviewed

Amber Landon, Cougar Tales Editor | February 19, 2020

The Circle is a new reality show that has honestly captured my heart. It very closely resembles Big Brother, which is another reality show I enjoy. The Circle starts off with eight people, who are put into separate apartments. In each apartment, their are tv's that all have the same social media network created by the show called The Circle. Each house guest makes a profile on this site for the rest...

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What About Privacy?

Dacey Cervantes, Senior Spotlight Editor | February 18, 2020

Ever heard of privacy? May or may not be crossing the line but could it be his fault or is it us civilians? Hoan Ton-That has come up with a new app named Clearview AI, an unregulated facial recognition app that takes photos from various apps such as, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, Venmo and millions of others. To get the photos apart of this app, you simply just take a picture of a person...

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Coronavirus Spreads Anti-Asian Racism

Winta Tekle, Sahuaro News Editor | February 18, 2020

If we are to talk about how racism hides in plain sight, even in situations where it's painfully obvious, we should talk about the coronavirus. My twitter feed has spawned dozens of hoax tik tok, where false scenarios are being passed on as reality. In one video, a man parading as a doctor tests a vial of what looks like Welch's grape juice onto a napkin, claiming it to be the blood of "Patient X"--a...

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Why Do We Keep Pressing Play?

Trevor McEntaffer, Contributor | February 27, 2020

If you have Netflix then, you’ve most likely run into the problem that many people, including myself, have run into. That problem is, the addiction to throw every important aspect of life aside and binge Netflix. It is almost impossible to explain the feeling of wanting to watch the next episode, but having to go to sleep because your alarm will go off in 30 minutes. Some people say it's the way...

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The Rise and Fall of The #BroomChallenge

Emma Walrath, Editor in Chief | February 17, 2020

A Twitter user  tweets out, "NASA said February 10th is the only day that your broom will stand up on its own because of the Earth's gravitational pull", and the internet goes bananas. Even though there was no official information by NASA, videos and pictures of brooms standing straight up, no strings attached multiplied. People were going crazy over their brooms, celebrities like Paula Abdul, Future,...

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Highlights From the 92nd Annual Academy Awards

Andy Mourelatos, A&E Editor | February 17, 2020

The 92nd Annual Academy Awards, commonly known as the Oscars, took place on Sunday, February 9th in the Dolby Theatre in Los Angeles, California. The annual showcase honoring the best movies of the past year, for the second year in a row, decided to hold the awards show with no host. They instead opted with using a large cast of previous Oscar winners and nominees to announce performances, award winners,...

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2020 Super Bowl Halftime Show: A SERVE

Jordan Myers, Associate Editor-in-Chief | February 17, 2020

Shakira and JLo's big TV moment on the biggest stage in the world was one to remember! The 54th Pepsi Super Bowl Halftime Show on Sunday, February 2nd has not only made history in welcoming the first Latina music artists to the stage, but is also being called one of the best performances in Super Bowl history! Halftime show co-headliners, Shakira Mebarak-Ripoll, turning 43 the day of the show, and...

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Everything to Say About “Say Nothing”

Amanda Mourelatos, Editor in Chief | February 17, 2020

On January 31st, 2020, Theory of a Deadman released their seventh studio album titled Say Nothing. Theory of a Deadman, now going by THEORY, (but will always be Theory of a Deadman in my heart) has changed their lyrical style. I'd say that The Truth Is... was the end of their "objectifying women and hating life" era and Savages was the beginning of the "life, love and heartache" era. With this...

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Dior Winter 2020-2021 Men’s Show

Judeia Holladay, Reporter | February 17, 2020

Kim Jones, current creative director of Dior and former artistic director of Louis Vuitton, recently unveiled his 2020-2021 winter men's show for Dior this past month. The entire show can be regarded as a callback by Jones to the past of Dior's beautiful and rich heritage for design and couture. More then just an ode to the luxury houses of the past, Kim Jones' other major inspiration for this collection...

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Author Mary Higgins Clark Dies at 92

Mariana Flores, Beat Investigator | February 17, 2020

Mary Higgins Clark, the author of over 50 best seller books has died at the age of 92. Clark was an esteemed suspense writer who was known as the "Queen of Suspense". The news was announced on Friday January 31 by her publisher Simon & Schuster. Higgins Clark died peacefully from natural causes and complications of old age. Before her death on Friday, she had a huge wave of support from her...

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Delivering Sahuaro's Cutting Edge News & Saving Trees