The Grizzly Growl

Arts & Entertainment

Mark Taylor conducts choir from behind the piano.

Singing to Success

How Copper Hills Choir Director Mark Taylor is Changing the Game
Patrick Hawkins, Art & Entertainment Editor
October 4, 2017

One-sixteenth: the portion of students enrolled at Copper Hills that are involved in its choir. A thirty-three percent increase from last years 150 students. This year that number has increased to an exciting...

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Dont Look Over Your Shoulder

Don’t Look Over Your Shoulder

A Review of Castle of Chaos
Riley Baxter, Staff Writer
October 4, 2017

The brisk air of autumn had arrived early on the evening of September 15th. Bored and looking for adventure, I had pulled up a list of available Haunted Houses nearby. Castle of Chaos, at 7980 State Street,...

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Underground Music Update: Armors

Autumn Lucas, Co-Editor in Chief
August 26, 2017

Armors, or ARMORS, is an unsigned, three-piece band hailing from Southern California. They have been making music for three years now, and have gained a considerable following within the alternative...

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The Secrets of the Pit

Patrick Hawkins, Art & Entertainment Editor
August 26, 2017

What is the giant ten-foot hole that lies at the foot of the auditorium stage? The pit has been one of the most controversial places within the entire school for as long as it has been here. Many rumours...

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Middle Earth: Shadow of War

A Review
Dillon Sprague-Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer
August 26, 2017

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War is the sequel to the award winning Middle-Earth: Shadows of Mordor game. The new missions in the game are amazing and include one mission where you attack a fort and use your...

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Marching Band takes more prep than what is done on the field.

From the Grass to the Brass

Riley Baxter, Staff Writer
August 26, 2017

“Band ten hut,” exclaims the drum majors, calling the band to attention. In unison, louder than an ensemble their size should be, the band replies “Grizzlies” as they snap to a set position. They...

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Guide to Rush Week

Guide to Rush Week

Cassey Ivie, Business Manager & Web Developer
August 26, 2017

Come August 28th through September 1st, club officers and members will flood the commons with booths and flyers in one of the greatest grizzly traditions: rush week. Each will be proclaiming why you should...

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A New Dawn for Pokémon

Everyone's Favorite Game Just Got a Huge Makeover
Nathan Milch
November 1, 2016

Start your bicycles and stock up on potions, trainers! The newest editions to the Pokémon franchise, Sun and Moon, make their first debut in stores later this month.  The game is going to be a completely...

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To Kill a Mocking...Book

To Kill a Mocking…Book

The History Behind the Death and Resurrection of Good Literature in Schools.
Madi Churchill
November 1, 2016

Have you ever been to a school library to check out a book, but it was unavailable because it was banned? Have you ever wondered what gets a book banned? Do you ever wonder why most local libraries carry...

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What is Art Worth?

What is Art Worth?

Autumn Lucas, Co-Editor in Chief
October 1, 2016

The two most-discussed topics in school funding are the athletic and arts clubs. Some may speculate that athletics and physique have the upper hand, but the study of art helps people to communicate more...

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The Art of Comic Con

The Art of Comic Con

Matthew Webb
October 1, 2016

“Can you believe the artist is only 17 years old?” I look up from my commission to see the face of a dumbfounded older man who is wearing a X-men Wolverine T-shirt. His eyes dashing from my face to...

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A Day to Remember

Why Dia de los Muertos is Significant to Copper Hills Students and Latinos Everywhere
Nathan Milch
October 1, 2016

Día de los Muertos, or “Day of the Dead” in English, is a holiday celebrated in Mexico on the last day of October and the first days of November.  It’s origins date back 4,000 years ago, when the...

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