The Colorful Connection

Parker Smith, Staff Writer

June 2, 2016

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...

Hot and Hairy!

Hot and Hairy!

April 22, 2016

Hazing or Bullying?

Nathan Roderick, Senior Editor

February 11, 2016

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, 2015

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, 2015

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, 2015

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...

Pippin: A Review

Pippin: A Review

November 13, 2015

Planned Parenthood is Necessary for Teens

Ardyn Ford, Editor

November 13, 2015

Filed under Opinion

When I picture health class I think of endless, traumatizing videos about drug-use and the painful week-or-so spent focusing on awkward, overly-scientific discussions and diagrams about sex and STDs. To put it frankly, health...

CU Boulder: A Review

Kailee Pinney, Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2015

Filed under Editorial, Opinion

Boulder, Colorado is the picturesque vision of a college town. In fact, it has repeatedly been ranked as one of the best college towns by Huffington Post, US News and Business Insider. With a Rocky Mountain backdrop and an averag...

Sticks and Stones May Break Your Bones

Graci Altman, Staff Writer

October 30, 2015

Filed under Opinion

Tuesday, October 13, six-thirty p.m: Bubble gum pink walls, a desk in the corner, and various artwork throughout her room. She’s sitting her phone, maybe listening to some T-Swift, working on homework, or procrastinating sa...

Click it, or Ticket…or Worse

Piper Stewart, Staff Writer

October 20, 2015

Filed under Opinion

It seems like a small action: reaching over your shoulder to pull the seat belt over your body. But seat belts have saved more lives than as many short moments it takes for someone to buckle up. For such a simple but significa...

Football is Violent, But it Saves More Lives Than It Hurts

Nathan Roderick

October 8, 2015

Filed under Opinion

In the past few years studies have come out to the public that have shown the dangers of football. The media specifically has made a big deal about what has come out of these studies. Former NFL players, have complained about...

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