The Warrior Ledger

The crowded commons before school.

600 More Students, 600 More Problems

Morgan Thompson, Editor September 27, 2021

From moving the freshmen up to the high school, to still being in the midst of a pandemic, new problems seem to be coming up by the day this school year. Students are complaining about the crowded hallways,...

The different faces of students at Taylorsville High


Brinly Johnson, Editor September 8, 2021

Anything and everything about you has been passed down. The color of your eyes, the shape of your nose, even the shade of your hair. Along with all the wonderful things that get passed down to you, trauma...

Planned Parenthood

Hina K. Namauu, Editor March 8, 2021

Planned Parenthood is a trusted health care provider, an informed educator, a passionate advocate, and a global partner helping similar organizations around the world. Planned Parenthood delivers vital...

School Musical: The Addams Family

School Musical: The Addams Family

Paige Smith, Editor February 22, 2021

Taylorsville High School’s musical opens Friday, February 19th. The Addams Family Musical is a show full of jokes, dances, and an hour of entertainment. The show features the cooky Addams family as they...

Mental Health In The Home

Mental Health In The Home

Hina K. Namauu, Reporter February 16, 2021

Mental Health is often not talked about in schools or even in households. Mental health is often viewed as an excuse and you're told to get over it, that “you're fine”, or that you are faking it. Mental...

Taylorsville City Youth Council being sworn in.

Taylorsville City Youth Council

Morgan Thompson, Reporter February 16, 2021

Taylorsville City Youth Council is a local government group for teens who want to be involved in their community. The council is specifically for students from 9th to 12th grade that live or go to school...

Image of stacked books with the word history written across the top.

History has its eyes on you–2020 is a historical year

Taylor S. Fischbeck and Lia Lynn January 21, 2021

Since the clock hit midnight on December 1, 2019, the new year has brought us many unexpected instances. From the threat of another to the war to the pandemic we are currently living in, 2020 was a very...

An infographic of Governor Herberts new mandate and the possible fine.

Herbert’s new COVID mandates and student’s views

Taylor S. Fischbeck, Editor December 2, 2020

As of Sunday, November 8, 2020, Governor Herbert announced new COVID mandates. The new mandates include limited social gatherings, a statewide mask mandate, and a hold on extracurricular activities. The...

Picture of Black Lives Matter symbol over the American Flag.

Living a life of war

Tsi Tsi Ki Gonzalez , Reporter October 15, 2020

“Police have killed 826 people in 2020,” stated Mapping Police Violence. “Black people have been 28% of those killed by police in 2020 despite being only 13% of the population.” Police brutality...

Senior Jose Vasquez works on his schoolwork during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Students mental health during a pandemic

Lauralyn White, Reporter October 15, 2020

Covid-19 has increased the already rising mental health crisis in America. Michigan Mental Health Services (MMHS) found some suicide hotlines reaching a 300% increase in calls and many suicide prevention...

A red chair stands out among a line of white chairs.

The First Ten Seconds

Paige Smith, Editor September 16, 2020

1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. 10 seconds. That’s how long it is speculated that it takes to form an opinion on someone. Oftentimes, this judgment is subconscious. Humans make daily subconscious decisions...

Graduate Elias Hickman writing out a schedule.

The psychology of a good schedule

Belle R. LeDuc, Reporter May 6, 2020

It was easy to keep to a schedule during the normal school days. Bells and alarm clocks would make sure we got to where we needed to be on time, while teachers’ deadlines kept us on track (if one paid...

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