The Voice

Thinking out loud: thoughts from a few weeks of staying indoors

Michael Manny, Online Editor

April 21, 2020

My back hurts. I guess that is bound to happen when you sit in your uncomfortable chair at your bedroom desk for at least eight hours a day doing work and school. It has been nearly three weeks since Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey...

My memories of The Voice

Lauren Bookwalter, Editor-in-Chief

December 6, 2019

*Editor's Note: As part of our final print issue, The Voice reached out to past editors to talk about their favorite memories of writing for the paper. Lauren Bookwalter was with the Voice from 2018-19 and was Editor-in-Chief in ...

Separation of church and state has never existed in the U.S.

Isabelle Russell, Freelance

September 17, 2019

The idea of separation of church and state has been around since America's forefathers wrote the Declaration of Independence. However, there has never been that separation. From the very beginning of the nation, the church...

Lowering the Minimum Wage for Students is Not What Arizona Needs, Deserves or Wants

Lawrence De Alva, Government Editor

March 21, 2019

As someone who’s lived in Arizona his whole life, I’ve seen many of the great strides we’ve made firsthand. People are flocking to Phoenix because of its growth, with the expectation of 100,000 more residents in 2019. Bill...

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