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20 September 2018

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Are Schools as Safe as They Should be?

Are Schools as Safe as They Should be?

by: Maya Draney On February 14th there was a mass school shooting. It happened in Parkland, Florida at a school called Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. There were at least seventeen adults and children killed. The suspect who made this…
Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month

By: Rosalynn Bradford This march is women’s history month. Which highlights the contributions of women to events in the history and contemporary society. So in celebration i have found a few events people can go to this month to celebrate…
The Tangled Web of Net Neutrality

The Tangled Web of Net Neutrality

by: Kortny Savage   Net Neutrality is a basic, but an incredibly confusing principle. It means that a broadband internet provider should not block, slow, or unfairly discriminate against any websites or online services. Despite being a simple idea, net…
Russia Banned From Olympics: ’bout time

Russia Banned From Olympics: ’bout time

By: Jazzy Bollwinkel   In December 2018 the IOC, International Olympic Committee, announced that Russia will be banned from the 2018 winter olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea for doping. Doping is the use of drugs to increase the athlete’s overall…
Is the President Stealing Your Land?

Is the President Stealing Your Land?

By: Quinn Michaels On Monday, December 4th, President Trump visited Utah to announce the federal government’s plans to reduce the size of the Grand Staircase-Escalante and Bears Ears National Monuments. The monuments are set to lose over two million acres.…
Have Fads Gone Too Far?

Have Fads Gone Too Far?

By: Makell Knight   What’s taking the world by storm? Tide pods. Although this seems innocent at first, the pods are not only making laundry clean; they’re collecting deaths and critical hospital visits due to a viral internet trend of…
What did the Animals do to You?

What did the Animals do to You?

by: Grace Fawbush   A video appeared on Snapchat on December 1, it quickly spread around the internet. The video was of a teenager throwing cat more than 15 yards onto the road. The incident happened in Ontario. There has…
Stand Up, Don’t Stand Down!

Stand Up, Don’t Stand Down!

by: Skye Barber   Every year, about 3.2 billion students admit to being bullied and approximately 160,000 of those students skip school to avoid being bullied. In addition, approximately 4,500 of those students commit suicide to escape the bullying. That…
Sub For Santa Is Comin` To Town

Sub For Santa Is Comin` To Town

by: Reagan Mitchell   Sub 4 Santa is a charity event held by the student body officers, the class officers, and other student organizations to raise money for children that are not able to have the Christmas that we have.…
Texas Church Shooting

Texas Church Shooting

by: Jaden Cooper Twenty-six people were killed at First Baptist Church in rural Sutherland Springs, Texas. The shooter fled and was pursued by a resident and police, but was found dead after running his car off the road. Officials identified…
New Teachers

New Teachers

by: Courtni Carter   In case you haven’t noticed yet, our school has some fresh new faces this year.     Adriana Moore is the new Art teacher. She became interested in teaching when she started to volunteer at her…
College Application Week

College Application Week

by: Kambrie Hall   College Application Week(s) is coming up soon. It will start on November 7th and run through the 27th. College Application Week(s) is managed through the Utah State Office of Higher Education.  The program started four years…
Hurricane Heros

Hurricane Heros

by: Jack Stanger   So far there have been six hurricanes this hurricane season. Hurricane Harvey, being the first, was noticed on August 17th and was classified as a tropical depression. The following day, Harvey was classified as a tropical…