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Women's health is growing more political

Women’s health is growing more political

The fight to ensure that all can afford menstrual products
Cameron Bessette, Reporter April 24, 2019

According to Dr. Kristen Mattheson, of the University of Arizona, the average woman has her period from three to seven days per month from age thirteen to age fifty-one. That means that the average woman...

The planet Earth from space.

Nature documentaries connect us to the natural world

Isabella Ashton, Editor-in-Chief April 24, 2019

A male jaguar prowls through the rainforest, searching for his potential prey. This animal is easily three hundred pounds of svelte muscle. And with glistening, rosette-spotted fur and probing green eyes,...

A sign in the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, California displays a Proposition 65 warning.

California biohazards: true or false?

Robert Loose, Reporter April 24, 2019

“WARNING: This product contains chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. (California law requires this warning to be given to customers...

How to give throughout the year

Alivia Odle, Reporter February 26, 2019

There are often ads for Toys For Tots or other organizations during the holidays to help people in need. The holidays are usually the time that people seem to be in the giving mood. But people need the...

Latinos en Acción

Latinos en Acción

José Yanez, Spanish Editor February 22, 2019
En el año 2001, el Doctor José Enríquez dio inicio a un programa llamado Latinos In Action, o Latinos en Acción, impartiendo la primera clase en la Escuela Secundaria Timpview, en Provo. Esto dio paso a un gran movimiento latino a lo largo de muchas escuelas de Utah y de todo el país. El propósito del Dr. Enriquez no fue sólo crear una organización, sino «convertir estudiantes latinos en los líderes que son capaces de serlo».
The U.S. as a Global Superpower

The U.S. as a Global Superpower

Aurelia Jones, Reporter February 19, 2019
The United States of America is one of the largest countries in the world. It’s one of the biggest, if not the biggest, global superpowers in the world. But how did all of this start? How did the U.S. get where they are today? How in only about 250 years did the United States become such a large power over the globe?
What is the deal with the lack of foundation shade ranges?

What is the deal with the lack of foundation shade ranges?

Bryan Jimenez-Figueroa, Reporter February 19, 2019
Foundation. We all know what it is. A cosmetic used to even out the skin or cover up any blemishes or imperfections. Whether it be liquid, powder, or even cream foundation, we are familiar with someone in our lives who wears the product. Those who wear foundation know how hard it is to find their own skin tone, especially for people of color. So, why are we still living in a world where people of color have a hard time finding their correct foundation color?
The Cellar book review

The Cellar book review

Emilee Garn, Reporter February 19, 2019
If you are looking for a chilling, realistic book that has crime and even kidnapping, The Cellar by Natasha Preston may be the book for you. Published in 2014, Goodreads summarizes The Cellar as, “Nothing ever happens in the town of Longthorpe – that is, until sixteen-year-old Summer Robinson disappears without a trace. No family or police investigation can track her down. Spending months inside the cellar of her kidnapper with several other girls, Summer learns of Colin’s abusive past, and his thoughts of his victims being his family…his perfect, pure flowers. But flowers can’t survive long cut off from the sun, and time is running out….”
Flint Michigan Water

Flint Michigan Water

Sahara Hassan, Reporter February 19, 2019
 In April of 2014, lead was released into the water of Flint, Michigan. The lead was released into the water when the river water damaged the city pipes and those damaged pipes released lead into the water. This crisis affected 100,000 people. The residents of Flint, Michigan were told to only use bottled water for cooking, cleaning, drinking, bathing, etc. In 2017 the water got better but wasn’t safe yet so the people had to continue using bottled water until the water isn’t contaminated with lead anymore. It has been said on Michigan Radio that this issue will not be solved any later than 2020. The timing for is set for 2020 because there are 18,000 services that have been contaminated that need to be replaced.
The Declining U.S. Population rates

The Declining U.S. Population rates

The population continues to decline.
Elizabeth Bodily, Reporter February 12, 2019
People today often hear the population is growing and soon we’re not going to have enough housing and jobs for all the people being born into this world. This may be true for the overall world population, but when taking a closer look, the population increase in the U.S. seems to have been slowly declining over the years.
Teachers Strike for Change

Teachers Strike for Change

Recently, teachers from across America have been going on strike.
Sierra Yost, Photo Editor February 12, 2019

Recently, teachers from across America have been going on strike. Starting with California, expanding to Denver, and rippling to Virginia--educators are demanding higher wages and smaller class sizes....

That´s Pretty Punny! An Origin Story

That´s Pretty Punny! An Origin Story

Elizabeth Bodily, Reporter December 14, 2018

Puns are something that have been incorporated into our everyday life. Whether they are intentional or not, it is practically impossible to go one day without hearing a pun. You may like them, or you might...

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