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Women’s Empowerment: A Series

Emma Grappendorf, Photographer
March 8, 2021

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Submit To CHASMS

Submit To CHASMS

Emma Grappendorf, Photo Editor
January 6, 2021

Have you ever thought about what it would be like to have your work published in a nationally-award-winning magazine? Copper Hills students can submit their photography, mixed media, poetry, short prose,...

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Tik Toks You Need to Watch ASAP

Tik Toks You Need to Watch ASAP

Carlye Davis
November 12, 2020

You didn’t ask for this, but you’re getting it anyway. Here’s my top 8 Favorite Tik Toks and why you need to drop everything and watch them:   It’s Friday My Dudes… You Know What...

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What to Watch during COVID-19: A Guide to Binge-Worthy TV

What to Watch during COVID-19: A Guide to Binge-Worthy TV

Milan Mena Espinosa, Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 27, 2020

The soft COVID-19 quarantine is a necessary step to slow down the pandemic. Staying home can be boring and finding activities to do can be a pain. Sometimes winding down to binge on some good entertainment...

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Springville Art Competition 2020

Springville Art Competition 2020

Jenna Milner, News Editor
February 24, 2020

Copper Hill’s Art Department exhibiting Grizzlies’ Art   Copper Hills High School is full of artistically-minded teens. From the weekly news broadcast to the paintings and photographs lining...

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Dance Culture at Copper Hills

Dance Culture at Copper Hills

Samantha Hooper, Staff Writer
February 24, 2020

A culture that brings unity and success through the walls of Copper Hills Dance is a very prevalent culture at Copper Hills High School. We have a large amount of clubs and teams that participate in dance...

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Horoscopes for Hope

Samantha Hooper, Staff Writer
February 24, 2020

How a horoscope can help teens get through the tough times A horoscope is an astrological chart representing the positions of the sun, moon, and planets. It shows the positions at an exact time of an...

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Copper Hills Dance Company

Dancing Across Districts

Samantha Hooper, Social Media Manager
January 23, 2020

On Monday, January 13th all the dance company’s and ballrooms in the Jordan School District performed in a District Concert at Herriman High School. All the teams performed two dances and showed off...

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Temple Square Christmas Lights

Temple Square Christmas Lights

Is this Beloved Tradition in Danger?
Beth Brewster, Web Editor
December 31, 2019

Starting after Thanksgiving, Temple Square downtown Salt Lake is transformed with sparkling sprinkles of light. Going downtown to see the lights is a treasured tradition among many students.    “Every...

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Christkindlmackt ran from December 4-7 at This is the Place Heritage Park

Christkindlmackt

A German Tradition Continues with this Christmas Market
Beth Brewster, Web Editor
December 31, 2019

Christmas markets in Germany, traditionally called the Christkindlmarkt, have been around since the mid-1500s. Each town in Germany has local tradesmen who sell their wares at the Christkindlmarkt, which...

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Zoo Lights

Sophia Lewis, Staff Writer
December 31, 2019

Utah’s Hogle Zoo has returned for their 13th year, but they are spicing things up for the season by adding life-sized animal lanterns to their light displays. According to the Hogle Zoo’s website,...

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On the Go Or Hibernating During the Snow

On the Go Or Hibernating During the Snow

Is Staying Inside the New Favored Winter Activity?
Samantha Hooper, Social Media Manager
December 31, 2019

Winter is either one of the most loved or hated seasons, there is usually no in between. Yes, it may be harder to plan activities during the winter because it is very cold, but they are still a lot of...

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