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THE WORLDS HER  STAGE: Stage manager Lola Elliott (11) laughs during a Pippin work day, in which students came in to help with lighting, sound, and designing the set.

The Texas Opera Singer

Kate Farrell, Reporter
April 6, 2023
Mrs. Elliot playing Battleship on Battleship Mountain. Every year on New Year’s Day Mrs Elliot spends her day doing a 13-mile hike deep within the Superstitions to summit Battleship Mountain.

Kickin’ back

Brianne Chareau, Staff Writer
March 2, 2023
DECK THE HALLS: Sophomore Kara Hairston places an ornament on one of the Holiday Shrubberies in Mr. Shehs room. Two Holiday Shrubberies sat in Mr. Shehs room this finals season. These festivities show the love he has for his IB, journalism, and creative writing classes. I think it is very sweet, says Hairston. It is nice to know that he cares enough to make the classroom feel like a home, especially when finals roll around and everyone seems to be on edge. Whether or not you celebrate a holiday this time of year; it is always nice to know that your teachers care.

Life in the Den

March 2, 2023
SUPER SUCCESS: Wolfden represents the school at DMs 74-49 victory over Arcadia. “The crowd and friends are why I go to the games, said junior Drew Kasianko, adding its some of the most fun I have. This gave gave the Wolves a five-game winning streak entering a Jan. 26 bout with arch rival Chaparral.

Spirited sports

March 2, 2023
CREATIVE COMPOSITION: Junior Gretchen Bagby presented art she drew in Mrs. Wilkins art class and which was inside of DMs art gallery. Mrs. Wilkins says she enjoys teaching art. “It’s my joy, my joy everyday,” she said. Desert Mountain takes pride in the art of this school, and in fact various galleries and murals throughout the school display students art.

Artistic aptitudes

March 2, 2023
SMILING INTO THE COMPETITION-Sophia Hartel (12) sprints through the tunnel before DMs 3-1 victory against Saguaro in September. Seeing all the fans was an amazing feeling, said Hartel, who plays both setter and defensive specialist. All that support for our team and spirit felt awesome. DM volleyball ended the season ranked 14th overall in the state.

Putting the pieces together

Kara Hairston, Staff writer
November 17, 2022
To prepare for opening night of Pippin, seniors Sydney Grom, Charlie Lester, Swae Miller-Estabrook, Samantha Landay, Morgan Taylor, Len Wang, Jojo Miller, Shannon Gyger, Sawyer Furio, and freshman Josh Roga practice the song “Glory” as theatre director Mr. Willingham looks on.  “Gosh, there are thousands of musicals,” said Mr. Willingham, in his second year as DM’s theatre director, “and I would say that Pippin is in the top 50 musicals that are done hundreds, if not, thousands of times a year in this country,” says Mr.Shad, the play director. 

Pippin will open at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2 and will run through Nov. 5.

Poppin’ In For Pippin

Madeline Plati, Reporter
November 2, 2022
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