The College Admissions Scandal: Infuriating But Not Surprising

By Tanner Weigel, Staff Writer When news broke last week that U.S. federal prosecutors were charging 50 individuals across six states for their involvement in a college admissions scandal, I felt sick to my stomach. I thought about how this news would affect the spirits of thousands of college applicants who will be finding out […]

Lunch with the Ambassador

By Bryce Bower, Editor-in-Chief On Tuesday, the 19th, I had the pleasure of attending the Governor’s Luncheon. This year celebrated the 60th anniversary of the Arizona-Mexico Commission (AMC), a non-profit public/private partnership that seeks to foster the business, cultural, and political relationships between Mexico and Arizona. The other goal of this luncheon was to promote […]

The Failure of American Public Education

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By Amanda Cardini, Editor-in-Chief There have been several times in my life where I’ve thought why didn’t I learn this in school? I’ve often had this thought in regards to life skills like personal finance; why did it take going to college to learn key tips for managing money when many high schoolers could immensely […]

The Origins of Mathematical Concepts

By Billy Pierre, Staff Writer Mathematics is often considered the mother of all sciences, a belief shared by more than one. It is the basis of all scientific disciplines, and everything tends to rationalize using mathematical concepts. Galileo himself said that the “[universe] is written in a mathematical language,” a way to extol the virtues of […]

BOPIS, Is It Retail’s Life Support?

By DJ Nelson, Staff Writer The way consumers get the products they want has changed. From simpler times of barter and exchange to convenient front door delivery. Online shopping has increased the variety of products available to an equally as wide customer base. More stuff to more people. Now, customers are demanding more fulfillment options. […]

YouTube, Asteroids and Climate Change

By Tomiwa Adeyemo, Staff Writer YouTube is known for a lot of things: some good, some questionable and some downright horrible. But I have found that one of its most important features is rarely mentioned. This is the fact that it is a massive hub of knowledge, ranging from the basic to the extraordinary. In […]