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Tucson Fun Fall Events — That Are OPEN!

Alex Herman, Reporter

September 18, 2020

Every Fall Break we always look forward to going to our favorite places and having the time of our lives, but what does it look like for us this year? What places will be opening back up and how are they planning on staying safe? Slaughterhouse-- One of Tucson's most infamous haunted houses...

It’s Fall Ya’ll!

It's Fall Ya'll!

Lia Ghirardi, Reporter

September 16, 2020

Looking for something to do in the comfort of your own home during this fall season? Well what's better than some family baking? Fall is such a fun time to be in the kitchen! Use some pumpkin and spice and everything will be nice. Here I will show you my favorite delicious recipe perfect for the fall....

Harry Styles: Fine Line Album


Nathalia Valdez, Editor in Chief

September 10, 2020

From his wacky way of dressing to his charming smile, Harry Styles is the wealthiest member of former band One Direction and for a good reason. With many singles but only two albums, Harry has managed to reach number 1 in Billboard 200, with 'Watermelon Sugar" and "Adore You" in #4. Both songs being ...

BTS is Blowing Up Records with Latest Single, “Dynamite”

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Krystal Orehek, Reporter

September 9, 2020

Ironically enough, BTS' latest single "Dynamite" is exploding all previous records set by the band themselves, Korean acts, and the whole music industry. On August 21st, the band released their first all-English summer track, "Dynamite." The song started...

Ellen, We Got You.

Ellen, We Got You.

Jordan Myers, Reporter

September 8, 2020

Ellen Degeneres has sadly, had us all fooled. Behind the scenes of what was seen as a cheerful talk show, Ellen has been making her employees ugly cry in every interaction she had with them. An anonymous former employee quotes: "Every day she picks someone different to really hate. It's not your fault,...

Euphoria: A Gen Z Masterpiece

Euphoria: A Gen Z Masterpiece

Mei Dotzler, Contributor

September 2, 2020

In the summer of 2019, Zendaya's "Euphoria" aired for the first time on HBO. Euphoria addresses the challenging topics of drugs, sex, and abuse with brutal honesty. Although sometimes uncomfortable to watch, this teen drama sheds light on the heaviest of issues in the most gritty way. The show follows...

Fashionable and Safe: Masks

Nousha Aldhefery

September 2, 2020

Whether you believe in the pandemic or not, there are multiple places that mandate the use of a mask before entering. Some people hate the masks, they hate the heat, the requirement, the annoyance of forgetting one. Other people have taken what was once a regular blue light mask and made it into a fashion...

Top Albums for Quarantine

Top Albums for Quarantine

Rowan Oxley, Reporter

August 28, 2020

If you're anything like me, you've been bored out of your mind with this quarantine. While being bored is no fun at all, it gives you time to do things you might not have considered doing before. Maybe you've been drawing or listening to different types of music. Maybe you've taken up dancing... It's...

Influencers Unmasked

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Paula Le

August 25, 2020

Why is it that influencers talking about the importance of social distancing, then they are later seen at a party? Then somehow expect us to accept their sad excuse of an apology? For me, if one has a  gathering every once in a while I guess it's okay but not consistently. But from what I see from the...

Reid Park Reopens

Reid Park Reopens

Caleb Pearce-Huffman, Contributor

August 25, 2020

On August 21st, the zoo began preparing for a public reopening after being closed since March.  Reid Park Zoo will reopen to the public on Aug. 28. The zoo's wildlife will be under view through an adapted observation experience to keep up with CDC guidelines. The zoo will require online ticketing in...

The Doom of the Movie Industry

The Doom of the Movie Industry

Mei Dotzler, Contributor

August 23, 2020

I used to go to the movies every Tuesday night. I'd sneak in my own drinks, buy an overpriced tub of popcorn with extra butter, and sprinkle an obscene amount of salt on top. However, ever since Coronavirus, I haven't been to the theaters in over 6 months. It wasn't until March 2020 that The Unit...

How Coronavirus Has affected The Movie Industry

Alais Alzaga, Media Arts Editor

May 17, 2020

Is the entertainment industry changing and is it due to Corona? Covid-19 has changed our lifestyles in many ways, and that includes how we watch movies and at the moment that means to watch at home. Pretty soon things will start to open up, but these delays and straight to streaming platform releas...

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