The Paper Cut

Krystal Orehek
Krystal is a Junior at Sahuaro High School and is in her first year of writing for The Paper Cut. She loves acting, dancing, and finding new music (music is always playing in the background at her house). Learning about other cultures is very interesting to Krystal and one day she hopes to travel to many different places and experience these cultures for herself. She is currently studying Korean (안녕!), Spanish (Hola!), and studied French (Bonjour!) in the past. Krystal also loves attending concerts for her favorite artists. She had plans to travel to see her favorite band in LA with her best friend; however, these plans were postponed (Thanks to Yours Truly, Coronavirus.) In the future, she would like to attend the University of Arizona although she isn't sure about what she would like to study once she's there. One last important thing about Krystal is that she has two dogs named Boo and Flower.

Krystal Orehek, Reporter

Dec 02, 2020
The Curious Case of the Utah Monolith (Story)
Nov 20, 2020
BTS – ‘BE’: A Delicate Look Into Pandemic Life (Story)
Nov 13, 2020
In the Online Concert Era BTS is Leading the Way (Story)
Nov 04, 2020
Register for AP Tests by November 6th (Story)
Oct 30, 2020
Emma Dyson Flips Through Life (Story)
Oct 28, 2020
To Make Your 2020 a Little More Stressful- It’s Election Time! (Story)
Oct 23, 2020
Young Thais are Leading Pro-Democracy Protests in Thailand (Story)
Oct 06, 2020
The Underlying Misogyny Surrounding Fangirl Culture (Story)
Sep 30, 2020
Singing Over Zoom- Choir Class Online (Story)
Sep 23, 2020
The Face Behind RainbowThrashCo – Blessing Onya (Story)
Sep 16, 2020
What’s New in the Old Pueblo? (Story)
Sep 09, 2020
2020 VMAs Review (Story)
Sep 09, 2020
BTS is Blowing Up Records with Latest Single, “Dynamite” (Story)
Sep 03, 2020
Student Council’s ’20-’21 School Year Plans (Story)
Aug 27, 2020
The Quarantine-rean Theorem (Story)
Aug 25, 2020
WAP- Women and Power (Story)
Aug 20, 2020
Amplifying Black Voices- Iyannah Tolliver (Story)
Delivering Sahuaro's Cutting Edge News & Saving Trees
Krystal Orehek