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Can You Write it?

Can You Write it?

Teanna Sorensen, Junior Editor
November 25, 2021

Writing a novel is not an easy task. Then again, writing a finished novel in the span of thirty days is an even harder goal for an aspiring author to strive for. National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo,...

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Rhyming to the Top

Rhyming to the Top

Katelyn Riddle and Kylan Olson
November 17, 2021

Zac Ivie, one of Utah’s emerging music artists, shared his growing success and his hip hop roots with aspiring teen writers and musicians in Dr. Haslam’s creative writing class. Ivie began his early...

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An Anime to Watch for Halloween

An Anime to Watch for Halloween

Marissa McElreath, Staff Writer
October 26, 2021

  One of the most underrated shows, loved dearly by nearly anyone who watches it, is Toilet-Bound Hanako-Kun. The name is a bit off-putting at first but upon viewing, it is actually a very befitting...

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Haunted Houses of SLC

Haunted Houses of SLC

Ryann Allen and Anyda Chanthamixay
October 26, 2021

It is that time of year again. Halloween is around the corner, and haunted houses in Utah are primed and ready to handle the hoards of people waiting to be scared out of their wits. The attractions change...

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The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Retrospective

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Retrospective

Jesse Maddos
September 25, 2021

With the release of the new Zelda game, The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild 2 on the horizon, I thought now would be a great time to look back on its predecessor Breath of the Wild and what made it...

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First of Its Kind: Fiddler on the Roof

First of Its Kind: Fiddler on the Roof

AnnaLeah Mecham
September 25, 2021

Fiddler on the Roof is a well-known musical, renowned for the Jewish culture it demonstrates. Jews have been portrayed negatively in literature for hundreds of years, making Fiddler unique in that it presents...

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Review: The Grave of Fireflies

Review: The Grave of Fireflies

Sean Makhijani, Public Relations
September 25, 2021

The widespread belief is that the saddest film that Studio Ghibli has made is The Grave of the Fireflies. However, I still believe the movie is highly underrated. The film was produced in 1988 by Toru...

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Photo by Allison Porter, Restaurants at Corner of 7800 S 5600 W

For Food and Drinks, Grizzlies Have Options Right Up the Road

Alex Montilla, Managing Editor
September 25, 2021

An Asian American fast-food restaurant, Panda Express offers a plethora of food in their menu, from noodles to rice, and orange chicken to broccoli beef. With many combinations and marvelous flavors, you...

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#StopAsianHate

Danilee Perry, Art Editor
April 28, 2021

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Have a Blast and Wear Your Mask

Danilee Perry, Art Editor
April 28, 2021

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The Truth About Rom-Coms

The Truth About Rom-Coms

Jenny Nguyen, Editor in Chief
March 27, 2021

There’s a fine line between romantic and psychotic, and Hollywood is flirting with it. It’s amazing the power of a well written romantic comedy and its ability to hide the blatantly horrific and...

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Metal Music Makes You Smarter; No Im Not Kidding

Metal Music Makes You Smarter; No I’m Not Kidding

Kylee Horstmanshoff, Web Editor
March 16, 2021

If you think this is about Metallica or Megadeth, get out. When you hear metal music, do you think of the screaming, indecipherable lyrics, the graphic images on t-shirts, or the head-banging that gives...

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