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How do you run for Student Government?

How do you run for Student Government?

Pacifique Missi, Staff Writer

Here are some things you should know if you would like to become a student body officer. What does a student body officer (SBO) do ? Student body officers are the students who represent all the students in school. They...

March 21No Comments

Burger Bar

Burger Bar

McKenna Keyes, Editor in Chief

A hidden gem in Roy, Utah holds a unique fast food menu. The restaurant, Burger Bar, has attracted people since 1956 and not much has changed about it. The restaurant remains as it was since opening and retains its classic...

March 12No Comments

Chronic Absenteeism

Chronic Absenteeism

Riah Davidson, Staff Writer

Chronic absenteeism is nothing new. Chronic absenteeism is missing 10% of school for any reason. Although this does not apply to everyone, many students are chronically absent because they are constantly choosing to skip...

March 121 Comment

Bullying Ensues after Election; Granite District Responds

Bullying Ensues after Election; Granite District Responds

Elena Nava, Staff Writer

According to the New York Times, "Since Donald Trump’s election, the Southern Poverty Law Center has received more than 430 reports of bullying, harassment, and racist displays around the country.” This was discussed in a let...

March 12No Comments

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Opinions on the New President

Opinions on the New President

Victoria Vera, Staff Writer

With the election results and effects of President Trump’s executive orders, many have their opinions and concerns for the well-being and future of our country. Views vary...

March 12

America vs Trump

Victoria Vera, staff writer

Many were shocked when it was announced that Donald Trump had won the presidential election. Many citizens have taken to the streets to protest his views and plans for 2...

February 1

Disrespect of the American Flag

Disrespect of the American Flag

Nicole Long, Staff Writer

There is a misconception rolling around that the American flag signifies freedom of speech. The American flag represents more than just freedom; the appearance of the flag help...

January 6

Should Shakespeare Be Taught In Today’s Schools?

Should Shakespeare Be Taught In Today’s Schools?

Veronika Rimer, Section Editor

Imagine young high school students waking up every morning dreading their first period English class. They experience anxiety and fear knowing that difficult questions will b...

January 6

Aftermath Of The Presidential Election.

Aftermath Of The Presidential Election.

December 6

Students Fined for Running Behind

Students Fined for Running Behind

November 6

Homework’s Everlasting effect on Students.

Homework’s Everlasting effect on Students.

October 11

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How do you run for Student Government?

How do you run for Student Government?

Pacifique Missi, Staff Writer

Here are some things you should know if you would like to become a student body officer. What does a student body officer (SBO) do ? Student body officers are the students...

March 21

$100 Lady Liberty Coin 2017

$100 Lady Liberty Coin 2017

In  April 2017, America is coming out with an African American Lady Liberty coin. The coin will be made with pure gold, and its worth will be $100. This is the first Amer...

March 12

Bullying Ensues after Election; Granite District Responds

Bullying Ensues after Election; Granite District Responds

Elena Nava, Staff Writer

According to the New York Times, "Since Donald Trump’s election, the Southern Poverty Law Center has received more than 430 reports of bullying, harassment, and racist dis...

March 12

Historic Women’s March at the Capitol

Historic Women’s March at the Capitol

Victoria Vera, Staff Writer

On January 23rd, despite freezing temperatures, more than 6,000 people came out to stand and unite at the Utah capitol to show their strength, power, and ability to demonstrate...

February 21

Loose Ends Tied Up

Loose Ends Tied Up

February 21

Come to Teen Author Boot Camp!

Come to Teen Author Boot Camp!

February 21

American Fork Shooting

February 1

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