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Metal Gear Solid 3 Review

Metal Gear Solid 3 Review

Jesse Maddos, Writer
November 25, 2021

Metal Gear Solid 3 is one of my favorite games from my childhood. It is also one of the most praised games in the MGS franchise garnering a 9.2 user score on Metacritic, and a 9.6 from IGN. Released in...

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Introducing the AP Art Studio

Introducing the AP Art Studio

Ryann Allen, Editor-In-Chief
November 25, 2021

At Copper Hills, the number one way to put your best foot forward and further your pursuit in art is AP Art Studio. There are many options that open up as you develop your art portfolio throughout the...

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Utah Museum of Contemporary Art

Utah Museum of Contemporary Art

AnnaLeah Mecham, News Editor
November 25, 2021

The Utah Museum of Contemporary Art is located in downtown Salt Lake. This museum is currently a participant in a nationwide museum impact study. “The social museum impact is a study that was designed...

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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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Coach Brady Mantle

Teacher Spotlight: Coach Mantle

Mohmmad Al-Saedy, Business Manager
November 25, 2021

Many people have heard his name, but have we ever thought of what he is doing behind the scenes? Coach Brady Mantle has been at Copper Hills for seven years, helping with football for three years. Mantle...

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CH Mountain Biker Samantha Miller

Success of CHHS Mountain Biking

Kylan Olson, Arts & Entertainment Editor
November 25, 2021

The Utah High School Cycling League held its state championship for high school mountain biking in Saint George, UT from Oct 22 through Oct 23. Some riders from the Copper Hills Mountain Biking team were...

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The Patriotic Assembly: Two Perspectives

The Patriotic Assembly: Two Perspectives

Fatima Al-Saedy and AnnaLeah Mecham
November 25, 2021

Fatima Al-Saedy The patriotic assembly answered one question: How can U.S. citizens best show their patriotism for this country? The answer? By serving in the military. But the military isn’t for...

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The History of Black Friday

The History of Black Friday

Marissa McElreath, Writer
November 17, 2021

Black Friday is a term we all know, some of us dread the name and for some, it’s an adrenaline rush. But, how does Black Friday affect us as a community? For many of the participants, Black Friday is...

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At the Heart of Copper Hills

At the Heart of Copper Hills

Katelyn Riddle, Sports Editor
November 17, 2021

The Copper Hills community is making service an essential tool to combat the effects of a divided society during this fast-approaching Holiday season. The winter season brings anticipated gift-giving,...

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The Festival of Lights

The Festival of Lights

AnnaLeah Mecham, News Editor
November 17, 2021

“Most people when they hear ‘the festival of lights’, [they] associate it with Hanukkah, but Diwali is also known as the festival of lights.” World Religions teacher Ms. Catten expressed. Diwali...

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Hats on to a New Dress Code

Ryann Allen, Editor-In-Chief
November 17, 2021

There is a new dress code at Copper Hills, courtesy of the Jordan School District. As of October 26th, 2021, the student conduct, dress, and appearance section of the policy manual was revised. These revisions...

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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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