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Sophomores get overwhelmed very easily on campus.

From a Senior to Sophomores: Advice About Surviving in High School

Bailey Van Wagoner, Managing Editor, Business Manager, Web Editor
August 25, 2018

Walking through the maze of halls in a new school is a nerve-racking experience for everyone. It’s impossible to know what to expect, and that can be a scary thing. There are some things that you can...

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Cheating Culture

Cheating Culture

The Newest Plague
Cassandra Ivie, Business Manager, Web Developer, News Editor
February 5, 2018

We are told throughout our education that knowledge is valuable. The claim that school should be our primary focus and our capability in the future depends on it. But amidst the exclamations of the virtues...

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Winter Edition Advice Column

Winter Edition Advice Column

Sam Adamson, Staff Writer
December 5, 2017

How do you deal with annoying people? As there are many different types of people in this world, there are many different personalities. Everyone has lived their own story and no two stories are the...

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How to Stay Happy

How to Stay Happy

A High Schooler's Guide to Staying Positive
Baileigh Beebe, Arts & Entertainment Editor
December 5, 2017

Winter is a very long season, especially in Utah. During winter, people tend to find themselves not quite as happy or energetic. While this might seem abnormal, it’s actually just a side effect of being...

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A student stressing out over school.

Student Anxiety

The Stresses and Anxieties of the Classroom
Dillon Sprague-Fitzpatrick, Staff Writer
November 1, 2017

Have you ever walked into your school or classroom and felt overwhelming stress or anxiety? Then you are experiencing something that another 30% of teens experience every year in school. These high school...

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Sitting All Day

Sitting All Day

The Problems that Students Could Face by Being in a Chair All Day
Mandy McAnally, Layout Editor and Social Media Manager
November 1, 2017

The chairs creak as students adjust for what seems like the hundredth time with arms stretching wide, legs stretching long, and backs popping with the subtle turn of the body. Students anxiously await...

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Classroom vs. Canvas vs. Skyward

The Difference Between Each and How They Effect Students
Cassey Ivie, News Editor, Web Developer, and Business Manager
November 1, 2017

“I need to check and see if my teacher has graded my assignment.” This, or a similar sentiment, can be heard echoing down the halls on any given school day. But whether “checking” means pulling...

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Tis the Season to be Depressed

Tis’ the Season to be Depressed

Christina Tran, Managing Editor
November 1, 2017

With summer making a graceful leave, the trees are changing and the weather is getting colder for fall. However, that’s not the only thing that’s changing. It seems that seasonal depression is making...

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A student overwhelmed with school work.

Dear Underclassmen

A Senior's Perspective on Preparing for College
Christina Tran, Managing Editor
November 1, 2017

College week? More like college years.   College comes fast. High school students hear that all the time, but you won’t realize that it’s true until it comes knocking on your door. By then,...

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Advice Column: November

Grizzly Growl Staff
November 1, 2017

The purpose of this advice column is to give considerations for solutions to teenage real-world problems. Multiple people are giving an input to this column, so there are many different types of solutions....

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Ken Sanders in front of the dollar book wall.

One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Treasure

A Great Antique Bookstore With a Great Owner
Chasity Mayo, Co-Editor in Chief
November 1, 2017

The combination of fall weather meeting chilly air conditioning creates a perfect temperature as the squeaking front door opens. Surrounded by old wooden shelves packed to the brim with endless novels,...

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Keeping Our Mouths Fresh

What Toothpaste Really Does for Us
Chasity Mayo, Co-Editor in Chief
October 4, 2017

Many teenagers today are obsessed with their pearly whites, and making their smiles the flashiest in town. Before going to bed, we all engage in the ritual of brushing our teeth, preparing to shock people...

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