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Christmas Traditions Embraced in Different Ways

Christmas Traditions Embraced in Different Ways

Christina Tran
December 1, 2016

Christmas is a Christian holiday that commemorates the birth of Jesus Christ and is celebrated throughout the world. Despite the holiday being created in remembrance of Him, not all people who celebrate...

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Topgolf: Mini-Golf’s More Popular, Prettier Sister

Gavin Peterson
November 1, 2016

  Topgolf is one of the newest, growing entertainment facilities in the nation. The point of the game is to hit golf balls into colored, lit-up targets that track your points through microchips inside...

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Hello America

Hello America

The Start of an American Family Tree
Christina Tran, Managing Editor
November 1, 2016

A noise wakes you up. As you begin to look at your surroundings, confusion overwhelms you. You try and get a hold of yourself, and you take a good look at what’s around you. Darkness. Complete and utter...

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What to Expect When Youre Expecting

What to Expect When You’re Expecting

The Political 'Baby' That's Got Us All Holding our Breath
Ellie Schiess
November 1, 2016

The last thing you want to read is another political article, everyone is sick of them, but this one is different. There are many different views that each presidential candidate has that will affect us...

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Homelessness at Copper Hills?

Homelessness at Copper Hills?

Mason Van Wagenen
November 1, 2016

A little over a decade ago, Utah made one huge goal to end chronic homelessness. As of 2015, chronic homelessness has been dropped by approximately 91%. Although these numbers sound great, our state still...

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Happy Takes- giving!

Happy “Takes”- giving!

Culturally Insensitive Views on America's Favorite Holiday
Parker Shepardson
November 1, 2016

You’re sitting at a candlelit table surrounded by the people you love.  The tablecloth in front of you is elaborately decorated with leaves and colorful-feathered turkeys with smiles spread across their...

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FriENDships

October 1, 2016

High school is an adventure that many don’t experience alone. Everyone has their own group of friends or that one person they consider their “best friend,” and with that group of companions, memories...

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Forgetting Race: Is Colorblindness the Answer?

Moira Turner
October 1, 2016

In 2016, racism rarely manifests itself as a gang of skinhead nazis with swastika tattoos on their foreheads. Racism doesn’t show itself as white sheets with the eyeholes cut out, riding on horses late-at-night...

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Why Vote?

Why Vote?

Moira Turner
October 1, 2016

The day is November 8th. Your lower back hurts and your knees are stiff from work and school, and the parking lot at your local voting location is completely full. You have no choice but to park a mile...

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Mental Health Matters: GAD

Mental Health Matters: GAD

Abbie Carlile
October 1, 2016

It’s normal for someone to feel different levels of stress and worry in their life. The severity of these emotions can range from extreme highs to being non-existent. This doesn’t matter much for most...

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Cafe Trang

Cafe Trang

Christina Tran, Managing Editor
October 1, 2016

One thing that high schoolers should have a lot of information about, is the restaurants and stores that are surrounding their school. When new stores or restaurants open, some may be excited to try them,...

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Featuring Kennedi Hardy

Hollywood or Whitehood?

How can we fix the issue of whitewashing and representation for minorities in the media?
Nathan Milch
October 1, 2016

Turn on your TV and watch whatever is on at the moment.  It’s a safe bet that whatever show or movie is playing, the main roles and majority of characters are either white or portrayed by white characters....

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