The Grizzly Growl

Jessica McMann

Jessica McMann, News Editor

Academic Decathlon Brings Home 13 Medals

March 10, 2019

The Copper Hills Academic Decathlon team (CHAD) traversed to Saint George to compete in the state-wide competition on March 7th through the 9th. This year’s competition theme was the 60’s, so the team...

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

Friend Zone or Just Befriended?

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...

Continue Reading

Craving Hot Cocoa and Donuts This Winter

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...

Continue Reading

Summer Jobs: Tips for Teens

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...

Continue Reading
A Change in the Polls

A Change in the Polls

December 17, 2018

In a historic race for Utah’s fourth district, Ben McAdams came out on top. A so called ‘blue tide’ ran through America’s House of Representatives, and our home seems to be ready for a change....

Continue Reading

Why is High Fashion so Strange?

November 14, 2018

Gucci ski masks are being developed in hopes that the rich can start... robbing banks apparently?  Supreme has successfully sold bricks with their logo, and it's proving to be difficult to predict what...

Continue Reading
Is Graduating Early the Right Choice?

Is Graduating Early the Right Choice?

November 14, 2018

My brother gave up on school about the same time the school gave up on him. His counselor made sure his credits added up to finish before the final quarter, trying to get him out the school as soon as...

Continue Reading
The Headless Women in Film

The Headless Women in Film

October 5, 2018

Every year, hundreds of fictional women are sent to the guillotine. The heads fall into the hands of women, rather than roll the floor, as people look on in ignorance. These deaths are neither bloody,...

Continue Reading
A Copper Hills student meditates on the sidewalk.

New Clubs to Copper Hills

October 5, 2018

Copper Hills is full of new things this year, new principal, new teachers, and especially new clubs. Two clubs people are attempting to start this year are the meditation club and the American Indian Student...

Continue Reading

Are Our Hearts Loud Enough?

August 25, 2018

Watching Hearts Beat Loud in contrast to Love Simon was, while a definitely classy feeling, a bit inconvenient. Just to see the film in a theater, it took a 30-minute Trax ride to get to the Broadway Center...

Continue Reading
Activate Search
The Official Student Voice of Copper Hills High School
Jessica McMann