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Solar Eclipse on Monday

Solar Eclipse on Monday

Jasmine Varelas, Reporter
August 18, 2017
Filed under Sahuaro News, Showcase

A total solar eclipse can be seen on Monday, August 21, 2017 for the first time in 26 years. Sahuaro High School students will be able to view this phenomenon between 2nd and 3rd period (9:16 am -10:39 am) if they have a signed permission form and the correct eye wear. Ms. Savoie, Earth Science teacher,...

Site Council Minutes August 15, 2017

Site Council Minutes August 15, 2017

Eva Lange, Site Council Facilitator
August 18, 2017
Filed under News, Sahuaro News, Showcase, Site Council Minutes

Date: August 15, 2017 Location: Room 207 Time: 4:00 pm Certified Representatives: Eva Lange Matthew Barany (absent) Ashley Depugh Michael Halfmann Student Representatives: Austin Molina (Alan Rodriguez sub) Katelyn Kubly Parent Representatives: Maria Saavedra Sunshine Turner Craig Courville Nelson...

New German Trend: Swim to Work, Avoid Traffic

New German Trend: Swim to Work, Avoid Traffic

Avery Miller, Contributor
August 16, 2017
Filed under Last Week Today, News

Ditching the hassle of the city and going a new route to work. A new trend has been popping up all over Munich, Germany where citizens have been swimming to work. Benjamin David, a local, started the trend which grew to over 30 followers. "It's beautifully refreshing and also the fastest way," David...

Genetically Modified Animals: Can They Cure Human Disease?

Genetically Modified Animals: Can They Cure Human Disease?

Sekai Edwards, Reporter
August 16, 2017
Filed under Last Week Today

Having more access to human antibodies, even ones bred in non–homosapiens, could be a giant leap for the scientific community. Now CEO of SAB Biotherapeutics, Eddie Sullivan is returning to his laboratory in the sprawling Sanford research facility in Sioux Falls, South Dakota where his company clones...

Weekly Announcements for 8/14/2017

Weekly Announcements for 8/14/2017

The Paper Cut
August 16, 2017
Filed under News You Can Use

Today is our busy day of the week...our boys golf team will tee off at 3:00 p.m. for the first time this season at home (49ers country club) against Buena and Nogales. Our football team will have a scrimmage game at Mountain View Marana on Wednesday at 5:00. Open house will also be on Wednesday starting...

London Police Search for the ‘Putney Bridge Pusher’

London Police Search for the ‘Putney Bridge Pusher’

Dorian Chase, Contributor
August 14, 2017
Filed under Last Week Today, News

London Metropolitan police have arrested a jogger charged with pushing a woman in front of a bus. On the morning of May 5th, a 33 year old woman, who is currently unnamed was walking along London's Putney Bridge, when suddenly a jogger going in the opposite direction went out of his way to push ...

IV and Cellular Fluids Can Power Flexible Batteries

IV and Cellular Fluids Can Power Flexible Batteries

Jocelyn Reeder, contributor
August 14, 2017
Filed under Last Week Today

Researchers in China  have engineered bendable batteries that can run on body liquids such as IV-saline solutions and cell culture mediums. They designed alternatives to lithium-ion batteries by focusing on the demands of wearable electronics such as smartwatches. According to Science Daily, researchers...

World’s Oldest Man and Auschwitz Survivor Passes Away

World’s Oldest Man and Auschwitz Survivor Passes Away

Rhea Rohr, Contributor
August 14, 2017
Filed under Last Week Today, News

It's the end of a legacy. Yisrael Kristal, an Auschwitz survivor, passed away at age 113 on August 11, 2017 after falling ill the day before. Kristal was recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world's oldest man, and the ninth oldest man in recorded history. After being given the title, he ...

Senior Sunrise Scheduled for August 19

Senior Sunrise Scheduled for August 19

May 21, 2017
Filed under News, News You Can Use

Sahuaro High School's Student Council is inviting the Class of 2018 to come out on the football field to celebrate this year's seniors who want to make their final year of high school one they'll never forget - filled with great friends and fun times. Bring a blanket, set that alarm (or stay up...

Mattison Garry’s Senior Project is the Bomb

Mattison Garry’s Senior Project is the Bomb

Jessica Luna
May 21, 2017
Filed under News

Remember the bomb threat incident that happened 3 years ago? Well, what Mattison Garry chose for her senior project had the whole school spooked.  She happily brought in officers and two police dogs to show off to the class her experience learning about bomb-sniffing dogs and the airport police. The...

Senior Project – Michael Meneguin

Senior Project – Michael Meneguin

Nora Thompson, Cougart Editor
May 21, 2017
Filed under News

Michael Meneguin's senior project was normal enough, he learned to play piano. It was his presentation that was note worthy. Meneguin is a very quiet, "in the background" kind of person, so when he stood up to do his presentation the class wasn't ready for his stage presence, or how funny it was going...

Sahuaro’s School Picnic

Sahuaro’s School Picnic

Yusuf Rahman, News Editor
May 17, 2017
Filed under News

On Friday, May 12, Sahuaro had an end-of-year school picnic. This is the first time in years that this tradition has been revived. The picnic took place after school, from 2:15 to 3:15, following a Wednesday bell schedule. It featured various activities for students to participate in. For example,...

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