Looking To The Next School Year

Alex Sutton, Web Editor

March 24

Filed under Opinion

The end of the third term marks the beginning of spring, senioritis, and SBO elections. With most major SBO’s already elected, its time to start talking about the next school year and the changes that have to take place. While...

Star Wars Spin Off Doesn’t Disappoint

Jake Boren, Sports Editor

December 23

Filed under Opinion

From Lucasfilm’s first stand-alone story “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” comes another exciting blockbuster that will keep you on the edge of your seat. This movie takes place a long time ago in a galaxy far away during a...

Should 18-Year-Olds Be Allowed To Vote?

Jake Boren, Sports Editor

November 11

Filed under Opinion

In six months, Charlie Gochnour’s military registration will be due and he will be eligible for the draft. Along with military service, the 18th birthday in the United States also means Gochnour has the right to vote for whom h...

The Colorful Connection

Parker Smith, Staff Writer

June 2

Filed under Opinion

Throughout history, the human population has been known to constantly judge a book by its cover. These books are filled with diverse pages, covering several talents under one title page. In school or on the street, some students...

Hazing or Bullying?

Nathan Roderick, Senior Editor

February 11

Filed under Opinion

In November, a wrestler at Provo High School was charged with three counts of aggravated kidnapping - a first-degree felony - two counts of forcible sexual abuse - a second-degree felony - attempted forcible sexual abuse - a third-degree...

Smells Like… School Spirit?

Graci Altman, Staff Writer

December 4

Filed under Opinion

The Highland Food Drive was a huge success. We had a goal of 3200 cans, and wrapped it up with a whopping… 520. It may not have been a success in feeding the homeless this holiday season, but perhaps a success in showing how...

The Other Black Hole

Kausha Lebeau, Editor

December 2

Filed under Opinion

From the field, fullback David Nonu, hears cheers radiating from the Highland stands as he tucks the football and runs for a touchdown. But the chants that Nonu hears are not from the Black Hole but, rather, from a different group...

Lets Dance

Parker Smith, Staff Writer

December 2

Filed under Opinion

With so many chances to go to a dance during the year, it’s hard to believe that some students still haven’t experienced the sweat-filled fun these dances can be. There’s hope to forget about school and all the homework...

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