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Banning More Than Books

Banning More Than Books

Kylan Olson
April 7, 2022

The American Library Association (ALA) is an organization that, according to their website, is dedicated to providing “leadership for the development, promotion and improvement of library and information...

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The Pitfalls of Senioritis

The Pitfalls of Senioritis

Ryann Allen
April 7, 2022

Waking up feels like a hassle as the days start to drag; it feels like nothing has changed and nothing ever will. Work goes unfinished, choosing instead to focus on the next bright thing that catches the...

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Women of Color: Silent of Silenced?

Women of Color: Silent of Silenced?

Fatima Al-Saedy
April 7, 2022

Feminism is the movement of eliminating the patriarchy between the genders and societal norms. Until recently, however, history has excluded the voices of women of color (WOC). These are the women who...

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A Tool for Liberation

A Tool for Liberation

Fatima Al-Saedy
March 7, 2022

When we learn about black history in the classroom, the curriculum focuses mostly on slavery or  the Civil Rights movement. We do not get to learn the history of why the Civil Rights movement initially...

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Time to Look Up

Time to Look Up

Fatima Al-Saedy
March 7, 2022

A threat to the Earth’s liveability is becoming a reality. Scientists predicted this scenario back in 1896. Svante Arrhenius, a Swedish founder of the science of physical chemistry, was one of the first...

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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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Gender Norms and Halloween Costumes

Gender Norms and Halloween Costumes

Teanna Sorensen, Junior Editor
October 27, 2021

Growing up, people are told that they can only be certain things for Halloween. Girls dressing up as princesses or fairies and boys dressing up as superheroes or pirates. Although, there are people who...

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Racism At Copper Hills

Racism At Copper Hills

Bekah Christensen, Opinion Editor
October 26, 2021

In nearly every aspect of society, there is inherent racism. This is due to the ever changing culture we have all been raised in. Our grandparents were alive when schools were desegregated. The first black...

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Is Halloween Constitutional?

Is Halloween Constitutional?

AnnaLeah Mecham, Staff Writer
October 26, 2021

Halloween is a holiday filled with traditions, a historical background, and usually a night of scare and fun. However, Halloween hasn't always been what  it is today. It is a holiday that has a heavy...

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Women’s Equality in Utah

Women’s Equality in Utah

Teanna Sorensen, Junior Editor
October 26, 2021

  For four years in a row, Utah has been ranked the worst state for women’s equality in the United States of America. Each state is ranked based on three different categories: employment and...

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The Censorship of Student Press

The Censorship of Student Press

Bekah Christensen, Opinion Editor
October 26, 2021

In 2018, Herriman High School’s newspaper, The Telegraph, was censored by their school’s administration. Gabriel Greschler of the SPLC (Student Press Law Center) says, “The Telegraph broke a story...

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