Struggling with insomnia

By BRITTANY BURNETT and FORREST WANG CASA GRANDE HIGH SCHOOL With the clock ticking, moon waning and night passing, some people are not able to sleep. And yet, although some people stay up, struggling to finish homework, Casa Grande High School student Chayse Musolf stays up not because she wants [...]

By | May 31st, 2011|0 Comments

For The Love of Pandas

What is it about them? The fluffy ears, the black and white splotches, or the innocent little smiles? Is it because they are utterly adorable or is it the way they plod along without a care in the world? Is it the thought of riding one along the streets, holding a stick of bamboo in front of it? Or maybe it’s simply because as a part of my culture, it is something I can relate to. Pandas.

By | May 27th, 2011|0 Comments

Comfortable with nonconformity

By FORREST WANG CASA GRANDE HIGH SCHOOL, SENIOR, 17 Walking through a sea of people at school, the monotony of it all can become overwhelming: The same types of clothes, the same cliques and even the same high-pitched laugh. People everywhere, whether it be students or adults, conform to various [...]

By | April 18th, 2011|0 Comments

Leaving Childhood Behind

Piles of stuffed animals, mountains of picture books, and heaps of little doodles: it was a storage of memories, a clutter of objects representing...

By | April 1st, 2011|0 Comments

Planning Futures

Every day I see the rush of students as they prepare for college and the world beyond high school. I see parents scrambling to prepare their children for life outside of their homes. You know what I’m talking about, right? The hustle and bustle of students...

By | April 2nd, 2010|0 Comments