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Go Virtual This Black Friday

Jenny Nguyen, Co-Editor in Chief
November 23, 2020

In anticipation for the yearly savings, many stores are trying to restructure their Black Friday plans to accommodate for the pandemic. As fun as the shopping sprees have been over the years, keeping in...

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Boycotting in Sports: Too Far or Just Right?

Boycotting in Sports: Too Far or Just Right?

Jaydon Arslanian
November 12, 2020

In the first round of the NBA Playoffs, the Milwaukee Bucks were set to play their fifth game in a best of seven series against the Orlando Magic. Orlando was warming up to play, except the Bucks weren’t,...

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Fit Can Still Be Fun

Fit Can Still Be Fun

How can we as teenagers stay fit while still having 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...

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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,...

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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,...

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Black History Matters

Sophia Lewis, Staff Writer
February 24, 2020

Remembering black history While many are focused on what they’re going to buy their significant other for Valentine’s Day this February, this article is about a month-long holiday that need not be...

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Good for Who?

Good for Who?

Hailey Winn, Co-Editor in Chief
February 24, 2020

Drilling for Oil on Native Land in Alaska The word “Trump” has appeared on several news headlines. Just a mention of our President is sure to ignite passions and bring about intense debate. However...

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2020’s Roaring New Year’s Resolutions

2020’s Roaring New Year’s Resolutions

Jessica Virgin, Staff Writer
February 24, 2020

What you need to know when making a New Year’s Resolution Hey fellow Grizzlies! It’s time to shake last year off and start fresh. As you begin this new semester you might be asking yourself, what...

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Are Utah Teens Overly Uneducated?

Are Utah Teens Overly Uneducated?

Jenna Milner, News Editor
February 24, 2020

A controversial topic in Utah schools is the topic of sexual education and the lack thereof. Teens are somewhat uninformed of the consequences of sex, especially in Utah where it is usually seen as taboo...

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How to prepare for the ACT

How to prepare for the ACT

Joselyne Rangel, Staff Writer
February 24, 2020

Tips to prepare for this nationwide test   March 3rd is ACT testing for all juniors in high school. There are so many opportunities for you to start preparing for this test right now. Look into...

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Winter Drivers Be Warned

Winter Drivers Be Warned

Jenna Milner, News Editor
December 31, 2019

Driving in the winter is risky. Such risks include property damage, damaging one’s car, injury, and an increase in car insurance price. In order to remain safe on the roads, The Grizzly Growl staff would...

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Winter Fashion

Winter Fashion

Jinda Kumpin, Staff Writer
December 31, 2019

Fall and winter are both cold seasons, but their styles are different. Fall fashion uses a lot of warmer colors and clothes that cover your body more but aren’t as heavy to wear. Winter fashion uses...

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