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The Grammys Are Rigged. And Here's Proof.

The Grammys Are Rigged. And Here’s Proof.

The Recording Academy owes everyone an apology.
Mei Dotzler, Reporter April 7, 2021

No one's surprised that the Grammys this year were a complete and utter disaster, not because of the performances, but because of the Recording Academy's annual tradition of exploiting and shutting out...

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Gun Reform Discussions

March 30, 2021

Covid-19 wasn't just a tough pandemic for businesses, it also affected gun owners. Shooting ranges were shut down, but a lot of people were still itching to shoot something. Statistics from gunviolencezrchive.org...

Pet Peeves Equals a Death Glare By Yours Truly

Pet Peeves Equals a Death Glare By Yours Truly

Paula Le, Reporter March 26, 2021

Pet peeves, an addition to what makes this world give me gray hairs. Nothing ticks me off more than my pet peeves being an inconvenience at the wrong time and place. If you're reading this and a mention...

The Thing About Cancel Culture

The Thing About Cancel Culture

Krystal Orehek, Reporter March 9, 2021

The term "cancel culture" has come a long way. I remember using it with my friends back in 2018 when discussing pop culture, but now there are grown adults using it as political fuel. The ultimate question...

Arctic Monkeys- So Underrated

Arctic Monkeys- So Underrated

Lia Ghirardi, Reporter February 19, 2021

In today's day and age, the majority of this generation listens to rap, and not the good stuff. The rhyming of money and narcotics is not always something that wants to be heard. A way better alternative...

TUSD Should Have Done More.

TUSD Should Have Done More.

Nousha Aldhefery, Associate Editor In Chief February 9, 2021

Tucson Unified School District: They won't put students first, but have no fear, they will do everything it takes to appeal to Governor Ducey instead. With this pandemic, oh so many things went wrong. ...

Dalton Oxley: The Youngster

Dalton Oxley: The Youngster

Rowan Oxley, Reporter February 5, 2021

My brother is a strange child. He enjoys video games and cars, and wants to be a professional remote control car driver when he grows up. Because of COVID-19's appearance, Dalton Oxley has been through...

New Food Trucks Coming

New Food Trucks Coming

Deartis Mason , Reporter January 29, 2021

I love food and I know there are a lot of people out there that do as well, so no better way to tell you some good news.  All around Tucson, there are food trucks and lots of delicious food, specifically...

I Am You 360

I Am You 360

Gianni Martinez, Associate Editor-in-Chief January 22, 2021

Ever been a part of something more than just yourself? Ever had the chance to reach out to those less fortunate than you? Ever had a 360 turn around in your life, completely changing your old habits...

All Life-saving Prescribed Medication Should be Free 

All Life-saving Prescribed Medication Should be Free 

Arianna Munoz  , contributor January 22, 2021

People like myself are fighting for their lives; we shouldn’t have to worry about the cost of staying alive. The monthly cost of my medications has caused me to be very selective in the career path...

Covid- 19: A Blessing in Disguise? 

Covid- 19: A Blessing in Disguise? 

Jaydah Griffith, contributor January 20, 2021

Covid- 19 was an unwanted intruder who took away all the things that made human life thrive. Something no one expected to ever live without, was the first thing to go: social interaction. This pandemic...

I Believe in Saving the Earth

I Believe in Saving the Earth

Rheanna Fernandez, contributor January 20, 2021

When I was a little girl, I remember staring out the window on an overcast day, looking to see for little dots coloring the pavement as rain sprinkled down. It was an exciting feeling knowing the monsoons...

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