Students love being able to buy what they want. But for most students, in order to pay for what they want they’ll need to have a source of income. Many students will get a job and begin working for extra money that they can spend on what they want, and what they need. Some students begin working bec...
As the yellow, red, olive green, orange, and brown hues shimmer across the skies and ground with dancing leaves announcing the season of Fall, there starts to turn up in people's attire, the scarves, beanies, boots, pants and jackets that cover us from the cooler weather. Time to put away the sandals,...
In the heart of industrial Salt Lake City, Fear Factory is one popular haunted factory-- even the employees don’t dare going alone.Read more »
Frightmares is a well known Halloween attraction and is very popular throughout the state. This year they have seven attractions: “The Spook-A-Boo” walk through, Scary and Crow’s Straw Maze, Fun House of Fear, 20 years of Terror, Zombie Lockdown, Nightwalk, and Pioneer Village Scare Zone.Read more »
Every year, Nightmare on 13th has commercials about how they are the #1 haunted house of the year and have been for the last 25 years. Their online review charts show that 30 of 48 people thought that the haunted house is excellent, and only 5 of 48 people thought it was terrible.Read more »
In 1968, director George A. Romero created Night of the Living Dead, the stereotypical zombie movie that set the standard for every zombie movie to follow. Though cinematics were simple, Empire magazine claims that the movie is "...the pinnacle of zombie movies.”Read more »
Halloween-- the night of spooks, scares, and all around fun. In the 1993 movie, The Nightmare Before Christmas, a singing cast of ghosts and freaks proclaim that their town serves as the exemplar of Halloween spirit, however to the Warriors of Tville High School, Halloween is so much more.Read more »
There’s always that one bad high school drama that reverberates in everyone’s minds that depicts the stereotypical cliques whenever they see, hear, or think of high school. This is far from the truth. In this day and age, students are becoming less shy and more sociable to anyone. They are becoming less afraid of interaction whether it be in person or online.Read more »
As high school students we see our peers everywhere. They are all around us. In our classes, our lunches, before and after school, and if you are doing tutoring for extra help in your classes they are going to be there too. We also see all kinds of different kids in different cliques. You have the cheerleaders, the athletes like soccer and football players, the theatre kids, the student government, and the stoner kids.Read more »
It’s the first day of school. Students are bustling in and out of the school, debating whether or not they should have even come. The anxiety sets in and all of a sudden, the perfect group has just been found. This response is automatic and didn’t take much time. The reason being, a multitude of reasons. The science is now being uncovered.Read more »
Sophomore Jesse Curtis never had a formal teacher. He never needed one. Not when it came to music.Read more »
She felt American. As if a person could ever “feel” American. Whatever that means: “American.” All she knew was she felt no different than any other kid her age, and, for senior Jessica Taghvaiee, it would always be that way. But kindergarten began the first of many instances of realization that, despite how similar she felt, people would always categorize her as different.Read more »