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Join the Cosplay Club

Join the Cosplay Club

Mekayla Phan, Features Editor
March 13, 2017
Filed under Cougart, Showcase

Do you have a passion for building and crafting things? Interested in the world of role-play? How about meeting some unique individuals from your school? Then you should consider joining the Cosplay Club! The first ever and only Cosplay Club in TUSD has almost everything - making costumes and props,...

Blood Drives Vital to Society

Blood Drives Vital to Society

Damien Burriss, Creative Contributor
March 1, 2017
Filed under Cougart

“Multiple gun shots to the abdomen,” the paramedic tells the staff. “Oh shoot!” the doctor screams. Your blood is spurting out of you like a busted fire-hydrant, you’re getting light-headed, you begin to feel really fatigued, you’re going into hypoglycemic shock! “This man needs blood...

Middle School Orchestras Perform at Sahuaro

Middle School Orchestras Perform at Sahuaro

Haydee Pedersoli, Reporter
March 1, 2017
Filed under Cougart

On Friday February 17, middle school orchestras from Secrist, Deitz, and around the neighborhood came to Sahuaro to perform as well as watch our orchestra perform in the TUSD Advanced Middle School Orchestra Festival. SHS Orchestra teacher, Ken Marrs, stated, "Our orchestra has been asked to perform...

Rossmiessl Feels The Love With Surprise From Students

Rossmiessl Feels The Love With Surprise From Students

Autumn Fatovich, News Editor
March 1, 2017
Filed under Cougart

The Sahuaro Fine Arts department received a new edition to the family this school year. Bridgett Rossmiessl, a Sahuaro grad, replaced the beloved drama teacher, Geri Wharam, after she retired last school year. The theater department is one, tight-knit, huge family, therefore her intermediate class decided...

Daniel “Woodro” Foster Raps at Tucson Hip Hop Festival

Daniel “Woodro” Foster Raps at Tucson Hip Hop Festival

Matt Brown, Reporter
March 1, 2017
Filed under Cougart, Showcase

Daniel Foster, also known for his stage name "Woodro" is a sophomore and an aspiring rapper. He has been making music since 8th grade when his depression started hitting really hard. "It started when I was about 5, my dad taught me how to beat box, and from there, I got more and more musically interested....

Sahuaro Thespians Take Disneyland

Sahuaro Thespians Take Disneyland

Autumn Fatovich, News Editor
March 1, 2017
Filed under Cougart, Showcase

Over Rodeo Break, Advanced Theater went to Disneyland for two days. Santa Rita thespians joined Sahuaro on their trip.  They left Tuesday evening from Sahuaro and rode up to Anaheim over night. First time visitor, Manchester Bradley, a senior at Sahuaro said, "It was magic. I know it sounds cliché,...

This I Believe: Pineapple Belongs on Pizza

This I Believe: Pineapple Belongs on Pizza

Lilly Merritt
March 1, 2017
Filed under Cougart, The Paw Print

One summer day in Wilcox, when I was young and still wearing Cinderella dress-up clothes as casual everyday wear, my life changed forever. My mom and I walked into my grandad’s pizza shop on a dusty road in a town with nothing to do, where I proceeded to pull myself onto a chair, and was greeted b...

That’s The Spirit

That’s The Spirit

Autumn Fatovich, News Editor
February 22, 2017
Filed under Cougart

Sahuaro's Theatre Department presented a full length mystery play called That's the Spirit written by Tim Kelly. They double-casted this amazing performance, meaning there are two separate casts for one play. The play, set in the 1950's, is about a Hollywood psychic who was murdered in Laurel Canyon L...

Auto Hosts Car Show

Auto Hosts Car Show

Max Becker, Sports Editor
February 9, 2017
Filed under Cougart

On Saturday, January 28th, a car show was hosted at Sahuaro High School for the first time this year. The event was almost entirely set up by the Sahuaro Auto Club, and featured over 50 cars and drivers, as well as a sizable amount of spectators. Some of the highlights included a Ford Model T Roadster...

Ethnic Studies Attends La Esquinita, USA at ATC

Ethnic Studies Attends La Esquinita, USA at ATC

Francisco Acuna, Editor
February 9, 2017
Filed under Cougart, Showcase

On January, 31st the ethnic studies department of Sahuaro took a field trip to see Ruben C. Gonzales's production of La Esquinita, USA. The play is a one-man show starring Ruban C. Gonzalez. Though the thought of watching only one actor may bore some people, the play instantly enchants the audience with...

Gabriel Manriquez, The Boy With The Guitar

Gabriel Manriquez, The Boy With The Guitar

Francisco Acuna, Reporter
February 9, 2017
Filed under Cougart

Gabriel Manriquez recalls falling in love with punk rock music and wanting to produce the style of music himself. Manriquez says, "I wanted to make that kind of music myself as well, so I bought myself an eighty-dollar bass guitar off Craigslist. I instantly fell in love with the instrument and it's...

Alex Stone Reviews “The Bell Jar” by Sylvia Plath

Alex Stone Reviews “The Bell Jar” by Sylvia Plath

Alex Stone and Nora Thompson
February 9, 2017
Filed under Cougart

The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath is an amazing memoir that is so telling of what it's like to live with depression. Plath's story is told through a fictionalized version of herself, and we follow her through parts of her life like her college days, her suicide attempt, and her internship in New York. Es...

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