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Andrew Dupper '22 (Pirate) and Aditya Vepa '20 hold their swords up to Colin Johnson '21 (Alf) during the final dress rehearsal for their show. The show runs Thur. (9/26) through Sat. (9/28) at 7 p.m.

Peter and the Starcatcher Opens Thur-Sat

September 25, 2019

The drama department debuts its fall play, Peter and the Starcatcher, from a Disney Broadway production,...

On the Field: Powder Puff Photo Recap

After Molly McEowen handed her the ball, Jenna Lakomy runs an offensive play for the senior team Sept. 18. Lakomy and the seniors did not win their final game against the juniors.

by Amanda Brauchler, Editor In Chief

September 18, 2019

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Sabine Manske and Berlin Barnett '21 wrap up their presentation and prepare to answer questions from potential investors. Barnett and Manske chose to conduct their research on the vascularization of faux breast tissue. “Many of these people [investors] have expertise, and are going to really question your methods and really make you think about those different aspects,”  Biology teacher Nikki Dobos said.

Students Search for Answers and Cures With Biotechnology

September 18, 2019

In a classroom full of science teachers, parents and researchers, 2-4 students prepare to present the...

Spencer Gill ‘20, Justin Petterle ‘20, Nick Krob ’20, and Peyton Vali ‘20, players for the boy’s baseball team pose with firefighters that rescued them from the elevator they were trapped in at the Embassy Suites in Albuquerque, New Mexico Sept.13. They jumped vigorously to music in the elevator and accidentally triggered the emergency brake, which left them captive in the elevator for one hour. “Nobody was really scared because it was pretty funny and we could see everyone in the lobby laughing at us and taking pictures,” Vali said. 
Photo submitted by Spencer Gill.

Unexpected Elevator Experience Bonds Baseball Players

September 15, 2019

    Trapped between floors two and three, Spencer Gill ‘20, Justin Petterle ‘20, Nick ...

Cartoon by Copy Editor Kira Zizzo. There have been 74,000 forest fires raging through the Amazon Rainforest.

We Didn’t Start the Fire…Or Did We?

September 9, 2019

Blinding crimson flames crackle as they engulf millions of lush, vibrant trees in the Amazon Rainforest,...

Audrey Porter '19 sings

A Classic Rock Canyon Homecoming

September 5, 2019

Have any questions about the Classic Rock (Canyon) Homecoming? All is answered in this detailed breakdown of the week.

Feature Teacher Friday

Teacher Grace Nishida helps out students Nikhila Narayana  ‘22, Rhea Jaxon '22, and Amira Badruddin '22 during access in room 9000A Aug. 29.

by Emily Wilson, Editor

August 30, 2019

Rock Canyon gained many new teachers this year and we are taking the time to get to know them. We as...

Anitra Dolan ‘20, Morgan Williams  ‘20, and color guard instructor Marguerite Buhr practice a new routine after practice in the upper parking lot Aug. 27. This was the first night the color guard section learned rifle work for movement three.

Marching into a New Season

August 28, 2019

With school back in session, many sports are just picking up for the season. However, the members of...

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The Day in Photos: Back to School Assembly

August 19, 2019

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Using a Disaster for Likes: How Instagram Accounts Tricked Students into Supporting Their Fake Charities

Students decorated their Instagram stories with these posts, believing that they were donating a meal to a Sudanese child in need.

by Amanda Brauchler, Editor In Chief

June 21, 2019

     Posts like this one from @sudanmealproject consumed feeds. The posts claimed that for ev...

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