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Cade Culbertson

Cade Culbertson, Staff Writer

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On Saturday, Justin Amash, a Republican, broke party lines to become the first member of the GOP to advocate for the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

Opinion: High Crimes and Misdemeanors

May 22, 2019

On Saturday, Justin Amash, a Republican, broke party lines to become the first member of the GOP to advocate for the impeachment of President Donald Trump. Just one day before, Amash tweeted...

While some students are headed to prom this weekend, Cade explains his reasoning on not attending.

Opinion: Keep calm and ditch prom

May 17, 2019

Tomorrow night is prom and unlike many of the people I know, I’m not going. I know, I know; this is my last year at this school and this is a once in a lifetime opportunity that everyone should go to...

A trailer for the final movie in the newest Star Wars trilogy came out on Friday.

The saga comes to an end

April 15, 2019

On Friday, the first teaser trailer for the new Star Wars movie coming out in late December was released and with it came many answers and even more questions. If you have not seen it yet, it is advised...

The new Pokemon game was announced this morning, Pokemon Sword and Pokemon Shield.

Super Effective Marketing

February 27, 2019

  This morning, a video preview of the new main series Pokémon games, called Sword and Shield, for the Nintendo Switch was posted, which announced that the games would release later this year....

The 25th amendment is something that has came up frequently in the news, yet not that many people know what it actually means.

Line of Succession

February 22, 2019

Since Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe said in an interview on “60 Minutes” Sunday that certain members of the Justice Department have been floating around the idea of invoking the 25th Amendment,...

Current ASB President senior Jeremy Romero chats with new President junior Amelia Kaiser.

And the winners are…

December 19, 2018

The results for the ASB student elections came in today with junior Amelia Kaiser winning the presidency and junior Julia Fumo being elected to the office of vice president. Winners of other executive...

The second forum of the year is filled with discussions on mental health and a continuation of the last forum, discussing disconnect between staff and students.

Mental health, communication, and bike racks at the Forum

November 2, 2018

Mental health took a front seat at the Forum today after a student death at Canyon Crest Academy. There were also several other topics brought up such as improving student-teacher communication and how...

A Force to Reckon With

A Force to Reckon With

December 18, 2017

No Star Wars movie has ever seemed to come close to being as good as the original two, which is what I believed to be the case until I saw “The Last Jedi.” This movie is perhaps the most unique Star...

A sculpture of Socrates in the Louvre Museum in Paris.

What Mrs. Mullen’s class can teach us about political discussion

December 15, 2017

Whether it is a family or social gathering, there has always been an unspoken rule that certain topics such as politics shall never be discussed. This rule has become even more common ever since the 2016...

Dead Inside After Watching Ghosted

October 31, 2017

Right off the bat, I was greeted with special effects worse than those found in “Attack of The Clones” and cheesy humor that belongs only in an Adam Sandler movie. “Meh” is the most suitable word...

New Assistant Principal Celeste Abdelnaby is looking forward to communicating with students to help improve SDA.

A New Assistant Principal is in Town

September 27, 2017

“Figure out what makes you you and find out ways to build off of that. Find things that make you excited and find ways to make a living doing those things.” As new Assistant Principal Celeste Abdelnaby...

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