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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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The Festival of Lights

The Festival of Lights

AnnaLeah Mecham, News Editor
November 17, 2021

“Most people when they hear ‘the festival of lights’, [they] associate it with Hanukkah, but Diwali is also known as the festival of lights.” World Religions teacher Ms. Catten expressed. Diwali...

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Hats on to a New Dress Code

Ryann Allen, Editor-In-Chief
November 17, 2021

There is a new dress code at Copper Hills, courtesy of the Jordan School District. As of October 26th, 2021, the student conduct, dress, and appearance section of the policy manual was revised. These revisions...

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Individual Applying for College

College Applications

October 26, 2021

The college application season is upon us, and there are many questions about the process. Where should I apply? How do I apply? When is the best time to apply? Fortunately, Copper Hills has many great...

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Meet the Admin!

Meet the Admin!

Ryann Allen, Editor-In-Chief
October 26, 2021

When it comes to administration of Copper Hills, students don’t see all of them as they would a regular teacher. With over 2,900 students and only 6 administrators, there’s not enough time in the day...

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Polluted skies in West Jordan

Utah Air Pollution

Jackson Cherrington, Staff Writer
October 26, 2021

Have you ever been outside and noticed smoky fog covering the view of the mountains and city? If you are unsure of what that is, it is Utah's accumulative air pollution all balled up in cloud form (also...

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Voices Ready to be Heard

Voices Ready to be Heard

Fatima Al-Saedy, Editor-In-Chief
October 26, 2021

    The people of Afghanistan have been through unimaginable horrors, including the violence of the Taliban, the poor treatment from the US military, hunger, and even their President running...

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Fridays: not just a day off

Ryan Doidge, Staff Writer
April 30, 2021

On August 17th, 2020, Copper Hills opened its doors to its students. Mixed in with the procedures of everyday school there was one big change. No, we’re not talking about the masks, we’re talking about...

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Religious Intolerance in Western Countries

Religious Intolerance in Western Countries

Kylee Horstmanshoff, Web Editor
April 27, 2021

There are 20 countries that have banned the burka, a variation of the head coverings for Muslim women. Some of these countries include what are considered to be first world countries, such as France, Germany,...

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Racism at High School

Racism at High School

Ryan Doidge, Staff Writer
April 27, 2021

On October 5th, 2020 an employee of Copper Hills posted a picture of themself in what appears to be blackface, which launched an administrative investigation. That led to an employee resigning. It can...

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Makeshift Dances

Makeshift Dances

Fatai Mateaki, Editor in Chief
April 27, 2021

Until recent changes, there were no dances hosted by the school, but students don’t let that stop them. From proms on porches to homecoming dances in driveways, many students have been creative with...

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The Deal With Web Filtering

The Deal With Web Filtering

Elizabeth Cifuentes, News Editor
April 6, 2021

Copper Hills high students have become frustrated when clicking on a resource and “Page Blocked” pops up instead of the expected site needed. Jordan District has increased its web filtering but are...

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