The Casa Revista

Cafe Culture: Community or Computers?

Cafe Culture: Community or Computers?

November 1, 2019

For centuries, the smell of strong coffee and the warm allure of fresh pastries fostered a robust cama...

A Fortnite character scopes out an oncoming attacker with her gun at the ready/

Fortnite For Real

May 9, 2019

Avid Fortnite and PUBG players alike will surely flock to this competition under the pretense that their digital experiences in the battle royale realm will aid them in their struggle to survive, and yet, an anonymous Casa Grande sophomore thinks differently.

Daniel's peanut butter cheesecake came in second place due to an overuse of sour cream and poorly executed filling.

Gaucho Gazette Bake-Off: Peanut Butter Pie Edition

March 13, 2019

Lucia secured the title of first place in this bake-off. With a majority vote of two to one, her peanut butter pie was deemed the winning dish.

Students take a selfie after a school fire alarm is pulled.

#FireAlarmSelfie

March 6, 2019

With the blaring of the fire alarm becoming an increasingly common occurrence at the school, many have found a way to make light of the disruptive situation in the form of the #FireAlarmSelfie. Since 2017, someone, or a group of people, have been pulling the fire alarms for no reason, consuming vital classroom time. To some, perhaps, the pulled fire alarm is a savior from a test or a project in class, but to the vast majority, it is a nuisance. When pulled, the fire alarm sends a signal to the fire department that there is an emergency, resulting in firefighters speeding to campus to discover yet again that there is no fire. Moreover, every time the alarm is pulled, the school has to pay money to the fire department, as well as waste their time that could be spent responding to real emergencies. The pulled fire alarm, that to many is just a fact of life on campus, depletes from funds that could go to athletics, school supplies, and events. Spanish teacher Kim Fowler explains her opinion on the frequent disruptions.

Red Lanterns are hung during Chinese New Year.

Global Celebrations

January 19, 2019

Chinese New Year marks the beginning of a new year on the lunar calendar. Upon China’s adoption of the ...

Decoding Quickly

Decoding Quickly

December 5, 2018

Quickly, one of the largest tapioca and milk tea shops in the world, has an expansive menu containing a ...

Eggnog is a symbol of the warmth and comfort that accompanies the holiday season.

The Life and Times of Eggnog

November 30, 2018

Love it or hate it, there is no denying that eggnog is a wintertime staple. Staff member Daniel Lubliner investigates the history of this traditional drink.

Seniors share advice for their new freshmen classmates.

Senior Advice

September 7, 2018

As the new freshman class gets settled into their new home away from home for the next four years, w...

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