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2ND TIMES A CHARM--Mr. Sheh receives his second COVID 19 vaccine Feb. 13 in Phoenix. Aside from mild to moderate muscle soreness and chills, there were no severe reactions, said Mr. Sheh. By Monday, I felt right as rain. Scott Menzel, superintendent of Scottsdale Unified School District, said many of the 2,100 SUSD teachers and staff received their second vaccinations the week of Feb. 12-14.

The Final Phases 

Katie Hofmann, Sports editor
February 19, 2021
Get cooking!

Get cooking!

Isaac Williams, Staff writer
February 4, 2021
More than half of DM students favor Netflix over all other streaming services, according to a recent Wolfs Print survey.

Strife of the streaming services

Chloe Allen, Staff Writer
February 2, 2021
THIS BATTLE NO GAME: These new consoles, which are much differently shaped and sized than their older counterparts, are battling it out. While it may seem like these platforms are vastly different and against each other, they are very similar (each sells for about $499) and phenomenal in different ways. According to express.com, PS5 is outpacing Xbox in both the United States and Europe during the opening weeks of sales--1.4 million to 998,000 in the U.S., and about 1.5 million to 481,000 in Europe.

Console Conflict

Isaac Williams, Staff Writer
December 31, 2020
TEA TIME: Bella Taylor (12) mixes a green tea for a customer at the Starbucks on Shea and 90th street. Most of the customers are really nice, patient, and understanding, Taylor said. Pumpkin Spice is the most popular Starbucks latte, according to baristas.

A latte fun

Isabella Taylor, Staff writer
October 14, 2020
Shes a Lumberjack and shes OK: Ms. Onofry celebrates her masters degree in psychology from Northern Arizona University. My program was special because it had an emphasis in teaching psychology specifically, which is a really unique program, she said. Not a lot of schools offer those; [it was] really perfect for what I wanted to do.


Shearel Cohen, Staff writer
May 18, 2020
A wonderful outlook


Shearel Cohen, Staff writer
April 17, 2020
ONLINE HIJINX--Senior IB English students change hats and costumes to energize a Socratic seminar. Online learning its definitely a different style of education, so Ive had to use my time management skills to make sure I am completing all my assignment on my own time, said Jessica Keane, who adopted Mr. Shehs persona (bottom right). In terms of dealing with the changes, my friends and I are finding ways to make learning fun, from costume changes during zoom calls all the way to online baking class with each others new recipes. From top left to bottom right: Cate Jung, Mr. Sheh, Sarah Glomski, Nawal Chami, Imogen Brooks, Megan Yarnall, Katelynn Lewallen, Ella Hannah, Caroline Tetlow, Taylor Rhodes, and Jessica Keane (also as Mr. Sheh).

DM Online

Christopher Lessler, Staff writer
April 13, 2020
Stumped what to stream?

Stumped what to stream?

Eric McGuire, Staff writer
December 15, 2019
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