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ASIA: The Missing Lens

ASIA: The Missing Lens

Breanna Giang
April 18, 2022

Latinos in Action (LIA), People of the Pacific (POP), and Black Student Union (BSU) have begun to blossom at Copper Hills High, mostly being recognized for performing during the International Assembly...

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Copper Hills Senior Wins Statewide Essay

Kylan Olson
April 17, 2022

Each year, Westminster College announces a civility essay contest open to all high school students. This year, A Copper Hills Senior, Ethan Hepworth, was named the winner on 30 Mar 2022. Hepworth was announced...

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Women Inspiring Strength And Empowerment

Women Inspiring Strength And Empowerment

Marissa McElreath
April 7, 2022

The first thing you will notice about the meeting room is the amount of passion. Each council member of the WISE (Women Inspiring Strength & Empowerment) organization has such a genuine passion about...

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Principal Veazie and his family

Principal of the Year

Teanna Sorensen
April 7, 2022

Copper Hills High School’s very own principal, Bryan Veazie, was awarded the title of “Outstanding Principal of the Year” by the Jordan Education Foundation on Tuesday, March 15th. Veazie’s family,...

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Keep Calm and Get Well Soon

Keep Calm and Get Well Soon

Marissa McElreath
April 7, 2022

The Wellness Room, a room with a strong mission, though the majority of the student body doesn’t know about it, is open year round. Located just past the Counseling Center, the space exists  to help...

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Fulfilling the Promise of Potential

Fulfilling the Promise of Potential

Ryann Allen
April 7, 2022

Since 1986, community members in the Jordan School District, from parents to leaders have come together to volunteer for the Jordan Education Foundation (JEF). Mike Haynes, the current director of JEF...

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Paws Changing Lives

Paws Changing Lives

Alex Montilla
March 7, 2022

Paws For A Cause is as meaningful to the students of Copper Hills as it is for those the donations reach. For the whole month of December, we are given the chance to donate all the money we can. This money...

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Cyberbullying at SRMS

Teanna Sorensen
March 7, 2022

In December of 2021, a recent issue of cyberbullying took place at Sunset Ridge Middle School, one of the middle schools that feeds into Copper Hills High School. A public Instagram account, not affiliated...

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Dept. of Education Launches Investigation Into School’s Treatment of Queer Students

Bekah Christensen
March 7, 2022

A civil-rights investigation was recently opened by The U.S. Department of Education in regards to the treatment of LGBTQ+ students at Brigham Young University (BYU). Some believe the University’s behavior...

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Utah Period Project Fights for Accessibility

Utah Period Project Fights for Accessibility

Teanna Sorensen
March 7, 2022

“Period poverty” is a term used to describe the lack of access that females have to menstrual hygiene products. On January 18, 2022, The Policy Project held a “Utah Period Project Student Ambassador”...

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Devious Licks Defacing Copper Hills

Growl Staff
March 7, 2022

Imagine walking into a bathroom at your school, only to find soap dispensers missing, toilets destroyed, and stalls doors missing. Later that day, you find yellow tape and cardboard blocking off the bathroom....

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At the Heart of Copper Hills

At the Heart of Copper Hills

Katelyn Riddle, Sports Editor
November 17, 2021

The Copper Hills community is making service an essential tool to combat the effects of a divided society during this fast-approaching Holiday season. The winter season brings anticipated gift-giving,...

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