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The Happiest Place on Earth Turns Virtual

The Happiest Place on Earth Turns Virtual

Audrey Hall, Arts and Culture Editor

May 6, 2020

On March 12, Disneyland and Disney World theme parks closed their doors to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. This has caused tens of thousands of people to cancel their plans to attend the parks, and has simultaneously disappointed thousands of children who were excited to meet their favorite Disney...

Despite the Virus, There is Still Good in the World

Audrey Hall, Staff

May 6, 2020

With COVID-19 (commonly known as the Coronavirus) spreading around the world, causing an epidemic that’s forced people to stay indoors and away from people, it seems to be all that anyone can talk about. The virus is scary, and it’s caused changes in everyone’s lives, but that doesn’t mean that...

Talk Show Hosts Don’t Let COVID-19 Take Their Jobs

Talk Show Hosts Don’t Let COVID-19 Take Their Jobs

Audrey Hall, Arts and Culture Editor

May 6, 2020

COVID-19 has undoubtedly affected everyone’s lives across the entire planet. From small business owners to nurses, it seems as though most people have had to change their schedules to accommodate for the drastic changes brought on by the fast-spreading virus. One of the world’s primary sources for...

Graffiti Arts True Expression

Graffiti Arts True Expression

Brandt Hammer, Staff

May 6, 2020

Graffiti art is something that is all around the world and can be found basically everywhere from cities to just random walls. There are a lot of mixed opinions about graffiti art. Some think that it is messy and does not look good. Others think that street art is beautiful and makes walls and the environment...

Movies delayed due to COVID-19

Movies delayed due to COVID-19

Kendalee Nyrehn, Staff

May 6, 2020

The coronavirus has caused great devastation all over the world. It has begun to spread globally, cancelling school and events around the globe. Films and TV shows are being delayed due to this pandemic. Movie theaters have closed their doors, so what does that mean for the film industry? In the past...

Skyline’s “Puffs” Reminds Viewers That Everyone Is a Hero in Their Own Way

Skyline’s “Puffs” Reminds Viewers That Everyone Is a Hero in Their Own Way

Anja Cieslewicz, Staff

March 9, 2020

Skyline High School’s spring play PUFFS, starring Owen Briggs, Dan Livnat, and Emily Wiseman, reminded viewers of a certain wizarding boy and a certain school of magic. The play held a striking resemblance to J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter; yet, the acknowledgement of this similarity was repeatedly re...

Utah Local Performs On The Voice

London Venz, Staff

March 6, 2020

Season 18 of the voice premiered Monday February 24, the blind audition talent is already stacked says Billboard. Each coach wants what is best for their team and will do anything to get the perfect singer. During the premiere, longtime coach Blake Shelton, brought out a puppy to bribe a contestant....

Artists Dressed To The Nines At This Year’s Grammys

Artists Dressed To The Nines At This Year's Grammys

Anna Gardener, Staff

February 26, 2020

This year at the Grammys, in Los Angeles at the Staples Center, celebrities arrived in their most outgoing outfits, knowing fans await these looks all year. Every look was unique and beautiful in their own way, like Ariana Grande's fluffy princess gown, that required a “dress fluffer” to follow her...

Depression Rates Rising in the Music Industry

Depression Rates Rising in the Music Industry

London Venz, Staff

February 24, 2020

Multiple studies have proven that those who partake in the music industry are more likely to experience depression. The pressure of meeting the expectations of the Hollywood spotlight causes immense amounts of stress and suffrage. Hollywood fame has always been stressful; people like Elvis Presley, Michael...

‘The Social Dilemma’ Movie Review; Through The Eyes of a Gen Z-er

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Theadora Soter, Co-Editor-in-Chief

February 24, 2020

I’m writing this review in a coffee shop. There’s me, typing on my computer, checking my phone every few minutes, observing. There's the girl next to me, her computer is open but has fallen asleep, and out of the corner of my eye, I see the scrolling of her Instagram feed. There's the couple in front...

Skyline High School’s Satorian Magazine Prepares to Release Their Annual Publication

Audrey Hall, Arts and Culture Editor

February 6, 2020

On December 2, 2019, Skyline High School’s nationally recognized Satorian Magazine announced the beginning of their annual competition. Students were encouraged to submit literary, visual, and musical arts to the magazine to win a publication in the magazine and $50. Outside of the competition, there...

The Predicament of the Posthumous Album

The Predicament of the Posthumous Album

Lily Rutherford, Staff

January 14, 2020

Albums released after an artist’s death are common in the music industry. These albums, also known as posthumous albums, date back to the 19th century. Artists like Michael Jackson, Lil Peep, Leonard Cohen, and Avicii have all had albums of theirs released after their death, but their releases bring...