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Should Wealthy Nations Ration Vaccines?

Siena Locante, Staff February 21, 2021

As verified COVID-19 vaccines were released by companies such as BioTech and Pfizer, most of the world’s countries became eager to stockpile enough so that they would be able to adequately vaccinate...

Why Georgia Was The Only State In The South To Vote For Biden

Why Georgia Was The Only State In The South To Vote For Biden

Jackson Lewis, staff January 28, 2021

As Joe Biden won the presidential election he also flipped the long time red state Georgia to the Democrats. Flipping Georgia was no small feat as it required a lot of resources and a large organization...

The Issue with Voluntourism

The Issue with Voluntourism

Lily Rutherford, Feature Editor January 28, 2021

Students in Utah often search for extracurricular activities to enhance their college applications, often leaning towards volunteer service and school clubs. But some students choose to adventure outside...

Lemiley Lane, a Bountiful junior who grew up in the Navajo Nation in Arizona, poses for a photograph at Bountiful High School, July 21, 2020, in Bountiful, Utah. While advocates have made strides in getting Native American symbols and names changed in sports, they say there's still work to do mainly at the high school level, where mascots like Braves, Indians, Warriors, Chiefs and Redskins persist. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Native Americans as Mascots Deemed “Dehumanizing”

Anja Cieslewicz, News Editor December 17, 2020

From middle school to professional sports, the use of indigenous people as mascots has long-been a topic of debate in the United States. Recently, there have been many movements in protest of naming teams...

What Recent Elections In Arizona Mean For Its Political Future

What Recent Elections In Arizona Mean For Its Political Future

Jackson Lewis, staff December 15, 2020

Joe Biden flipped the once reliably Republican state of Arizona to become the first Democrat for president to win the state since 1996. Arizona has been slowly shifting to the Democrats over the past few...

The Quest 2 and its Dire Implications for the Market

The Quest 2 and its Dire Implications for the Market

Andrew Johnson, staff November 2, 2020

Facebook's recently announced Oculus Quest 2 is the most powerful standalone virtual reality, "VR", headset on the market, and with a price of $299 it is also one of the cheapest. However, despite the...

Justifying Hate: Free speech and Social Media

Justifying Hate: Free speech and Social Media

Andrew Johnson, staff October 29, 2020

Internet communities have become increasingly violent with a rise in groups such as “antifa”, “proud boys”, and other extreme political organizations; therefore, free speech has become a controversy...

Should we Change the Census Consensus?

Should we Change the Census Consensus?

Gabe Wong,, Editor-in-Chief October 13, 2020

The U.S. Census is a constitutionally mandated count of all people living in the United States used to portion states’ representation in the U.S. House. The Census Bureau conducts it every ten years,...

Hoarding toilet paper

Hoarding toilet paper

Alec Smith, Staff May 5, 2020

Since the COVID-19 pandemic happened lately, people around the world have been hoarding a large amount of food,water, and toilet paper. Yep, toilet paper, the item for wiping oneself clean after defecation...

Lizzo’s outfit at the Lakers Game Made Heads Turn

Lizzo’s outfit at the Lakers Game Made Heads Turn

Phia Bridge, Feature Editor May 5, 2020

In society today, there is a positive movement to love and embrace yourself for who you are, rather than beating yourself up for who you are not. This movement includes a push to accept and celebrate people...

The Coronavirus Inspires Positivity and Kindness in Utahns

The Coronavirus Inspires Positivity and Kindness in Utahns

Anja Cieslewicz, Staff May 5, 2020

Since the outbreak of the coronavirus in 2020, Utahns’ interactions with each other have changed for the better. In general, people are being kinder and showing more gratitude towards one another. Even...

The Hidden Nature of Art as an Ideology

The Hidden Nature of Art as an Ideology

Egan Cieslewicz, Staff March 9, 2020

Most are aware of the ongoing debate concerning the place of crafts in the art world.  While on the surface the debate may seem trivial and based on personal distinctions, that may be because at its core...

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