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Tyla Jensen

Tyla Jensen, Staff Writer

The world of Copper Hills alumni, Daud Mumin.

The world of Copper Hills alumni, Daud Mumin.

April 3, 2020

  Daud Mumin is a first-year student at Westminster College, a first-generation Somalian American student, and a proud African Muslim to parents who immigrated to the United States in 1996 from...

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Interview: Roxy Earle

Interview: Roxy Earle

March 4, 2020

Three years after leaving the world of housewives, Instagram influencer, Roxy Earle, is changing the way the body positivity community is seen.    I got the chance to catch up with Roxy Earle,...

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V.O.A.U.T. Youth Resource Center

V.O.A.U.T. Youth Resource Center

February 24, 2020

Salt Lake’s Solution For the Homeless Youth The negative stigma about homeless shelters has been changing for the better. New resource centers, dedicated to changing the homeless stigma, have opened...

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Talking May Just Save a Life

February 24, 2020

People usually shy away from discussing the topic of mental health due to the intimidation of becoming vulnerable.   “Mental health is the health of the mind and we are just now getting in the...

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Cheer Competition January 18

Cheer Competition January 18

January 27, 2020

This Saturday, January 18th, Copper Hills High School’s Junior Varsity and Varsity teams competed at Northern Region Cheer Competition at Corner Canyon High School.    Junior Varsity competed...

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Amy Russell, Associate Director of the Gail Miller Resource Center

Shelter the Homeless: the Change in the Homeless Community

December 31, 2019

The word “homeless” has a bad reputation because of stereotypes. Assumptions about homeless people include that they look dirty, they are drug users, and they don’t have jobs. But in reality, those...

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When Mom and Dad Cant Fulfill Santas Duties, Sub 4 Santa Steps In

When Mom and Dad Can’t Fulfill Santa’s Duties, Sub 4 Santa Steps In

December 31, 2019

Christmas time is the season of giving and receiving. People around the world wake up on Christmas to gifts under their tree. But what about those who don’t have the money to buy Christmas gifts? That...

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Transgender Day of Remembrance

Transgender Day of Remembrance

November 25, 2019

November 20th was Transgender Day of Remembrance. This past weekend at Washington Square Park, in Salt Lake City Utah, each flag that stood in front of the building memorialized a transgender person who...

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Is It Possible for Anyone to Become Famous?

November 25, 2019

  Someone from a small town in the middle of nowhere in the Utah desert became famous. The somebody that became famous from a small town in the middle of nowhere is, the well known, Chrissy Teigen.   Chrissy...

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ENcircle: The Second Home to All That Love

ENcircle: The Second Home to All That Love

November 24, 2019

The suicide rates in Utah have skyrocketed over the past few years. One of the causes of those suicides has to deal with sexual orientation. When a person comes out as being part of the LGBTQ+ community,...

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November is Native American Heritage Month

November is Native American Heritage Month

November 24, 2019

November is Native American Heritage Month in which culture and history are celebrated. During the month, it is also a time where the public can be educated on tribes and when awareness can be spread.    One...

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Gardner Village Elves

Gardner Village Elves

November 19, 2019

At Gardner Village here in Utah, they celebrate the Christmas season by setting up a scavenger hunt of elves which starts November 23 and ends on December 31.    The hunt consists of an adventure...

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The Wasatch Fault Line is located along the edge of the Wasatch Mountains   Photo by Olivia Ethington

Utah… Be Prepared

November 18, 2019

Imagine doing day-to-day things, then all of the sudden the ground starts to shake and everything is thrown off. That will happen to Utah.   Utah has not had a major earthquake in over 1,200...

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Sam Gordon – Football Lawsuit

October 31, 2019

Sam Gordon is a 16-year-old on a mission to change the opportunities for girls to play tackle football. She started playing football, with boys at a young age and with the simple upload of a YouTube video...

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Frightmares

September 30, 2019

At this time of year, many people like to embrace the spooky spirit and go to haunted houses. One of the places, here in Utah, that has haunted houses during the Halloween season is Lagoon. Frightmares...

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Opinion – Back to School Shopping Tips

September 24, 2019

Back-to-school shopping is both a start to the new school year and an end to summer. There’s a lot to think about. Students must consider style, which can also be associated with trends.    New...

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