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Why Do the Majority of Students Loathe Math?

Tony Shindano, Staff Writer

May 23, 2017

Filed under Opinion

There seem to be very few people in the world, even people in the scientific/technical fields, who appreciate the beauty of math. It’s gotten to the point that mathematics has been associated with the words “geek and boring”...

Koi Piercing Studio Review

Addie Wallace, Section Editor, Staff Writer

May 9, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Koi Piercing Studio located at the intersection of 1301 S and 900 E, was the first studio in Utah dedicated to body piercings only. Their website states, “From the beginning, we have insisted on using only the highest qua...

Cash or Card?

Alysia Hunter, Staff Writer

April 17, 2017

Filed under Opinion

A lot of people say cash is easier to handle than a card, but how? With cash, you can lose it anywhere, if someone asks for money it's hard to hide, and it can be stolen. With a card, if you lose it, it can be replaced. If someone...

Disrespect of the American Flag

Nicole Long, Staff Writer

January 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

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 helps give the overall meaning to it. The 50 stars on ...

Should Shakespeare Be Taught In Today’s Schools?

Veronika Rimer, Section Editor

January 6, 2017

Filed under A&E, Opinion, Uncategorized

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 be asked in class about a four hundred year old play th...

Aftermath Of The Presidential Election.

Roa Saadelnour, staff writer

December 6, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Written on 11/9/16. Yesterday was the day that, as many people say, was the “End of America.” Yesterday was the presidential election. Yesterday Donald. J. Trump won the election. CBS news said, “The 2016 race that began ...

Students Fined for Running Behind

Veronika Rimer, Section Editor

November 6, 2016

Filed under Feature, Opinion

Alarm clocks screech as students roll out of bed at what feels like the crack of dawn. Regular morning routines become rushed while a blizzard rages outside. Shoveling snow, traffic jam, running to class, tardy ticket. Nobody ...

Cranky Customers

Elena Nava, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016

Filed under Feature, Opinion

Fast food is a job that is well known to attract young adults, teenagers, and sometimes grown adults. Fast food is a fun job where you can develop experience working with people. On top of that, it is a good place to try to co...

Decoding Dress Codes

Leeyan Buclatin, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016

Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

Dress codes exist for a reason: to be free from distractions and disruptions that dress code violations can cause. However, dress codes have been accused of being sexist and there are other issues related to teenagers wearing...

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