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Students Thrive Through the Spoken Word

Rachael Schafer, Co-Editor-in-Chief
May 24, 2019

Six years ago, Dr. Steve Haslam started the Slam Poetry program at Copper Hills, and from that time, the program has only grown. On May 3rd, Copper Hills put on a workshop attended by three world-renowned...

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On March 17th, be wary of Irish wannabees.

Kiss Me, I’m Irish… Probably.

Bailey Van Wagoner, Business Manager, Managing Editor, Web Editor
March 1, 2019

It’s time yet again to dig deep in the closet for that one vomit green shirt to ward off unwanted touching from the weird kid in English class. St. Patrick’s Day is here, and before the celebration...

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How should the medical drug be in the state of Utah?

Is Medical Cannabis a Good Option?

Mindy Braga, Opinion and Lifestyle Editor, Social Media Manager
March 1, 2019

In 2018, cannabis legalization was passed by Proposition 2, (prop 2) during the election. According to Utah’s official ballot statement, Proposition 2 is a state‑controlled process that allows persons...

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Theres hope for the friend-zoned.

How to Get Out of the Friend Zone

Alan Pasalagua, Staff Writer
February 2, 2019

Telling someone you have feelings for them is a hard thing to do. It’s a problem people face all around the world. But why is this important now? Well it’s because Valentine's day is just around...

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The friend zone is for saps who pity themselves for not being liked back.

Friend Zone or Just Befriended?

Jessica McMann, News Editor
February 2, 2019

Everyday, someone falls victim to the godforsaken friend zone… or do they? Instead, perhaps people simply don’t have feelings for one another. The toxic narrative that you should only be nice to people...

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Craving Hot Cocoa and Donuts This Winter

Jessica McMann, News Editor
January 9, 2019

Craving Hot Cocoa and Donuts This Winter? Try Big O. Big O Donuts is a small vegan donut shop with a big personality. Located on Harvey Milk Boulevard and 248 West, the shop is perfect for a trip into...

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Summer Jobs: Tips for Teens

Jessica McMann, News Editor
January 9, 2019

The winter season is coming to an end, and the job world is beginning to speed up. Now is the perfect time to apply. Here are the top five tips and tricks to help you get into the business world. After...

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Frozen Custard for a Freezing Day

Daniella Rivera, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 7, 2019

Located in South Jordan, near The District, Nielsen’s Frozen Custard is a delight to most everyone’s ice cream preference, yet is constantly overlooked.  With over fifteen flavors to choose from and...

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Does Your Phone Impact Your Grades?

Does Your Phone Impact Your Grades?

Alan Pasalagua, Staff Writer
December 17, 2018

In today’s world, cellphones are a huge part of kids’ lives, they are used almost everywhere, especially during class. Most students watch Youtube, text friends, or check their social media, instead...

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Safety on Our Future Campuses

Safety on Our Future Campuses

Mindy Braga, Opinion and Lifestyle Editor, Social Media Manager
December 17, 2018

Every day across America, college students are off to campus, attending classes, clubs, or just going to their dorm rooms. Students should not have to fear that while on campus, their dreams or lives may...

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Respecting the Phone Policy

Respecting the Phone Policy

Jill Stevens, Staff Writer
December 17, 2018

New year, new cell phone policies. While every teacher has some sort of phone policy, it seems some teachers have opted for stricter policies this year. There are some students who absolutely despise the...

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Religion or Secularism

Religion or Secularism

Daniella Rivera, Co-Editor-in-Chief
December 17, 2018

The debate to keep the Christian values, or to take them away from the holiday, continues on what Christmas should really represent. “[A] poll found that while 90 percent of Americans celebrate Christmas,...

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