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A Survey of Utah Colleges

A Survey of Utah Colleges

Phia Bridge, Editor-in-Chief April 6, 2021

For Skyline’s upperclassman, deciding on a college can be a daunting task. Luckily there are some excellent colleges in Utah to choose from: the University of Utah, Salt Lake Community College, Utah...

Skyline Feeds Skyline

Skyline Feeds Skyline

Siena Locante, staff March 9, 2021

Food insecurity, while already a problem in Utah, has become much worse due to COVID-19.  With many people losing their employment, paying for food is an even more difficult task. However, there is hope...

The Steady Ascent of Single-Shot Films

The Steady Ascent of Single-Shot Films

Siena Locante, staff March 9, 2021

Single shot movies, that are filmed and edited to be one prolonged shot, have become more popular in the mainstream film industry. These types of movies are immersive and personal, creating a relationship...

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Italy Gets a New Government

Siena Locante, Staff February 21, 2021

The Italian government experienced a political collapse due to the resignation of the Italia Viva party, a political group inside the government that created a majority and helped the two main sides of...

Not All Facemasks Are Created Equal

Not All Facemasks Are Created Equal

Anja Cieslewicz, News Editor January 28, 2021

Mask mandates across the country have caused the public to begin wearing facemasks; however, the material and type of masks make some more effective than others.  The Center for Disease Control states...

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Stacey Abrams: the Woman who Flipped the Vote in Georgia

Vivian Brown, Staff December 17, 2020

American politician, lawyer, author, voting rights activist, and Yale graduate Stacey Abrams, 46, can be credited in large part for Democratic voter turnout in the state of Georgia, which is predicted...

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The National Popular Vote Interstate Compact: The Easy Way to Nullify the Electoral College

Gabe Wong, Editor-in-Chief December 17, 2020

On Election Day 2020, voters in Colorado approved the enactment of SB19-042, a ratification of the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC). The NPVIC is an interstate agreement to allocate electoral...

Rudy Giuliani Tested Positive for Covid-19

Rudy Giuliani Tested Positive for Covid-19

Kaliope Sargetakis, Opinion Editor December 16, 2020

On Sunday, December 6 President Donald Trump tweeted out that Rudy Giuliani has tested positive for Covid-19. According to an anonymous source Giuliani has been admitted to Georgetown University Medical...

Janet Yellen will Become First Female Secretary of Treasury

Janet Yellen will Become First Female Secretary of Treasury

Siena Locante, staff December 15, 2020

Janet Yellen is a woman who has been able to satisfy the balance between the Democrat and Republican parties with her economic brilliance. Yellen formerly held the chair of the federal reserve and is now...

Who is Skyline’s New Principal?

Who is Skyline’s New Principal?

Phia Bridge, Editor in Chief December 7, 2020

As the school year of 2019-2020 closed, former principal Doug Bingham retired and made way for a new principal. This new stranger has been gracefully leading Eagles through the unknowns of 2020 and they...

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Women’s Importance In Utah

Siena Locante, Staff November 20, 2020

A brilliant new mural was revealed to the public on August 26 in downtown Salt Lake City honoring the work and contributions of Utah women to society. The mural features almost 300 influential women, which...

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A Look into One Year of Civil Unrest in Lebanon

Gabe Wong, Editor-in-Chief November 20, 2020

After more than a year of protests in Lebanon, President Michel Aoun reappointed Saad Hariri—the Lebanese Prime Minister who was pushed out last January—Prime Minister this October 22 to the dismay...

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