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Mental Health and Burnout In College Student-Athletes

Anna Rosse', Journalism 1 Staff April 25, 2019

Mental illness in our most beloved and idolized all-stars -- that does not sound right. The court is the last place anybody would ever look to find someone that is being slowly crippled by an unnoticed...

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The Caring Nature Behind Report Cards

Samantha Cazares, Journalism 1 Staff April 25, 2019

When most parents ask their kids the daunting question “How are you doing in school?” the answer given is generally just: “okay.” According to the New York Times, asking or pushing the questions...

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The Threat on Freedom of the Press

Crystal Eldregde, Co Editor-In-Chief April 3, 2019

During the week of February 20, Clarence Thomas, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, waged war on libel law which protects the integrity of journalism in the United States. Libel law allows journalists...

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Snow Day 2k19- A National Tragedy (Satire)

Will Ginsburg, Web Editor-In-Chief April 3, 2019

For the first time in the existence of this current student body, Skyline High was gifted with a snow day. On Wednesday, February 6, most districts in the Salt Lake valley closed their doors, as a large...

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The Problem with Skyline’s Frontage Road

JD Jensen, Sports Editor March 28, 2019

The frontage road is used more by high school students than by any other age group. Naturally, there must be restrictions in order to keep these teenagers from getting themselves into bad situations. For...

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The Problems with the Grandfather Tests of the United States

Will Ginsburg, Web Editor-in-Chief March 21, 2019

Every year, thousands of timid high school students pull all-nighters to cram their minds with a plethora of semi-important knowledge before promptly vomiting it back up onto a scantron answer sheet. It...

The Story Behind the N.A.M.E.

The Story Behind the N.A.M.E.

Abby Hansen, Opinion Editor March 21, 2019

Since 1990, the National Association for Multicultural Education has been working to promote and celebrate cultural pluralism within schools. They believe that multicultural education furthers equity and...

Parking Stickers: The Skyline Epidemic

Parking Stickers: The Skyline Epidemic

JD Jensen, Sports Editor January 17, 2019

Put yourself in this situation: you are coming out of the school after a difficult day, where you are just excited to go home and relax. But wait, there is one more grueling, obnoxious thing to take care...

Why Was Proposition 2 So Hotly Debated?

Why Was Proposition 2 So Hotly Debated?

Will Ginsburg, Web Editor-in-Chief January 17, 2019

Proposition 2- a case for the legalization of medicinal marijuana- made it onto the ballot for the 2018 Utah midterm election. Shockingly, it was heavily opposed by many Utah voters and organizations (I...

We Have Become Desensitized to Mass Shootings

We Have Become Desensitized to Mass Shootings

Will Ginsburg, Web Editor-in-Chief January 15, 2019

News as a whole tends to run in twenty-four hour cycles, with most of it leaving our minds by the time we go to bed. The most important news of the day may sit atop the minds of the public for two, maybe...

Skyline High School’s RISE Initiative

Skyline High School’s RISE Initiative

Abby Hansen, Opinion Editor November 13, 2018

At the start of the 2018-2019 school year, Skyline High School put their RISE initiative into action. RISE is an acronym for Resilience, Integrity, Support, and Excellence. The goal of the program is to...

Why Contributing to Casual Misogyny is Harmful to Everyone

Why Contributing to Casual Misogyny is Harmful to Everyone

Crystal Eldredge, Co-Editor-In-Chief November 13, 2018

Casual misogyny is a conscious hate for women caused by social constructs that dictate how women are supposed to act or look, expressed through supposedly harmless comments, behaviors, or actions. ...

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