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Budgeting in Highschool for Life:

Budgeting in Highschool for Life:

Learn About the Importance of Budgeting in Your Everyday Life
Samantha Hooper, Social Media Manager
December 31, 2019

Budgeting is when you set a certain amount of money aside for each thing you need to do. It is an essential practice for people of all ages, from middle school all the way into late adulthood. With that...

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Its More Than Just the Winter Blues

It’s More Than Just the Winter Blues

Jessica Virgin, Managing Editor
December 31, 2019

As the days get shorter and the weather gets colder, getting up for school gets more and more difficult and before you know it, you’re in a slump. This can turn into seasonal depression, which is a depression...

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MELTING AWAY

MELTING AWAY

Due to Climate Change, Polar Bear's Winter Wonderland is on Thin Ice
Sophia Lewis, Staff Writer
December 31, 2019

The weather is beginning to cool down in Utah and the shelves in grocery stores are filled with holiday treats. For many, food is an essential and favorite part of the winter season, but one of the symbols...

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Thanksgiving

Samantha Hooper, Social Media Manager
December 2, 2019

The week of Thanksgiving is always so exciting. You don’t have to go to a full week of school, you get to eat delicious food on Thanksgiving day then finally you spend all your money Black Friday shopping....

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Do People Celebrate Day of The Dead

Joselyne Rangel, Staff Writer
November 25, 2019

Even though Halloween is over now, the celebrations don't stop, The Day of The Dead is a similar holiday that happened to be on November 2nd. This day exists to celebrate an ancestor’s life by making...

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Christmas Too Soon?

Beth Brewster, Web Editor
November 25, 2019

Christmas is getting closer. Some people are already putting their decorations out, putting their elf or reindeer onesies on, and getting in the gift-giving mood. While others are metaphorically spraying...

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Halloween Hijinks or Hate

Sophia Lewis, Staff Writer
November 25, 2019

Halloween is a time of scares, candy, and of course, costumes. Costumes are essential to the holiday with children and adults alike dressing up as superheroes, animals, zombies, and celebrities. What was...

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Is It Possible for Anyone to Become Famous?

Tyla Jensen, Staff Writer
November 25, 2019

  Someone from a small town in the middle of nowhere in the Utah desert became famous. The somebody that became famous from a small town in the middle of nowhere is, the well known, Chrissy Teigen.   Chrissy...

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Thanksgiving Looks

Thanksgiving Looks

Jinda Kumpin, Staff Writer
November 24, 2019

Thanksgiving screams food and constantly trying to fix your clothes will ruin the fun Thanksgiving brings.    Wearing something that is food happy allows you to eat as much as you desire and...

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Gearing up for the Madness of Black Friday

Black Friday Tips

Samantha Hooper, Social Media Manager
November 24, 2019

Every year on the day after Thanksgiving, Americans go shopping for a tradition we like to call Black Friday. Black Friday is a day where stores have all, if not most, of their items discounted so people...

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Fall Playlist

November 24, 2019

Breezeblocks by alt-j Tongue Tied by Grouplove Thick and Thin by Lany Electric Love by BORNS Yellow Hearts by Ant Sounders  Vertigo by Khalid  The Weekend by SZA Circles by Post...

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Sparking Service

Sparking Service

Hailey Winn, CO-Editor-in-Chief
November 24, 2019

I recently spent 17 days in the hospital. I knew the stays would help me physically, but I never thought they would change me emotionally as well.  The first time I was in the hospital, I stayed for...

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