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Giving Blood Now More Crucial Than Ever

Giving Blood Now More Crucial Than Ever

Beth Brewster, Web Editor

April 28, 2020

This quarantine has affected much more than what people originally thought, COVID-19 has majorly contributed to a critical blood shortage. Deseret News reports, “the American Red Cross has seen a staggering drop in blood donations amid social distancing measures and fears of spreading the virus....

April 13, 2020

The world of Copper Hills alumni, Daud Mumin.

The world of Copper Hills alumni, Daud Mumin.

Tyla Jensen, Staff Writer

April 3, 2020

  Daud Mumin is a first-year student at Westminster College, a first-generation Somalian American student, and a proud African Muslim to parents who immigrated to the United States in 1996 from Somalia. Daud is also an activist against racism, homophobia, discrimination, harassment, and xenophobia. ...

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 can take the stress away from the occurring pandemic.  Here’s a list and a small review of a coup...

Fit Can Still Be Fun

Fit Can Still Be Fun

Samantha Hooper, Social Media Manager

March 27, 2020

March is National Nutrition Month, but who cares? Well we should, we all know about the food pyramid and why it is important to eat your veggies and drink your milk. Therefore, we don’t think it’s important to pay attention, but what some of you don’t know is that the food pyramid is no longer a...

Shaking up People’s Trust

Shaking up People's Trust

Zachary Thorne, Business Manager

March 22, 2020

The biggest earthquake in Utah, since 1992, was on the morning of March 18th at 7:09 a.m. Its magnitude was rated a 5.7 on the Richter scale and the epicenter, the focal point of the earthquake, was in Magna. The probability of another earthquake coming is small, but aftershocks will still continue. Preparing ...

The Expectation of Perfection

The Expectation of Perfection

Samantha Hooper, Staff Writer

March 5, 2020

Does the expectation of perfection that teens feel increase Utah’s suicide rate? Suicide: a very scary and uncomfortable topic that doesn’t get talked about enough. According to the Salt Lake Tribune, the suicide rate in Utah decreased by a very small amount. Although some progress is good, in th...

Interview: Roxy Earle

Interview: Roxy Earle

Tyla Jensen, Staff Writer

March 4, 2020

Three years after leaving the world of housewives, Instagram influencer, Roxy Earle, is changing the way the body positivity community is seen.    I got the chance to catch up with Roxy Earle, or @luxuriousroxy, as she’s known on Instagram to her 90,000 plus followers, while she was working...

Detective Zierse: From Helping Grizzlies to Saving Cubs

Detective Zierse: From Helping Grizzlies to Saving Cubs

Hailey Winn, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 26, 2020

"I've been able to see people change from one road that would lead them to prison - to a completely different one - to have a successful life... that's really been my main purpose here."

Copper Hills Sterling Scholars Advance to Region and State

Copper Hills High School: Back row from left: Emily Jensen, Skilled and Technical Sciences Education; Loren Yancey, Mathematics; Ethan Peery, Business and Marketing; Ryan Allred, Visual Arts; Mariah Cheney, Family and Consumer Sciences. Middle row from left: Kenzie Sayasith, Science; Brianne Sandberg, Instrumental Music; Hailey Winn, Social Science; Grace Bramlage, World Languages. Front row from left: Natalie Smiley, Computer Technology; Taci Miner, Vocal Performance; Breelyn Smedley, Dance; Alyssa Beckstead, Speech/Theater Arts/Forensics; Kambrie Wilde, English.

Growl Staff

February 26, 2020

Every year, for the Sterling Scholar Program, Copper Hills High School chooses 14 students to represent the school as scholars in a number of categories, including: Skilled and Technical Science, Mathematics, Business and Marketing, Visual Arts, Family and Consumer Science, Science, Instrumental Music, So...

Camilla Andam

Camilla signs her NLI to BYU

Growl Staff

February 24, 2020

Camilla Andam is a multi-sport athlete here at Copper Hills High School. She is a Division 1 bound athlete, committed to BYU for Track and Field. Andam is a captain of volleyball as well as track and field. Not only is Andam involved in sports, she is also the president of the Copper Hills Hope Squad.   Andam’s...

Alyssa Pace

Alyssa Pace

Lainee Miller, Sports Editor

February 24, 2020

Alyssa Pace is a junior who technically does not go to Copper Hills. She decided to enroll in an online school because she wants to be eligible to wrestle. She is the first girl to ever wrestle on the varsity team at Copper Hills. She has placed at many different tournaments and is very well known around...

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