M&Ms Vs. Skittles: What’s your Flavor?

Isabella, Staff

September 26, 2018


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  The Chewy candy that we are so familiar with today first came into existence in 1974. Skittles spent the first five years of its life solely in Britain, since it wasn't until 1979 that North America got a chance to taste the rainbow. There is much thought surrounding the creator of Skittle...

AP vs Dual Enrollment

Callie, staff

September 12, 2018


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As upperclassmen settle into their day-to-day schedules at SHS, a clear divide emerges between students who were previously referred to as "advanced." Moving into junior year offers a unique opportunity that was not previously available: we can enroll in Advanced Placement (AP) or dual enrollment courses....

Homework Doesn’t Help; It Hurts

Anna, Staff

September 12, 2018


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Throughout the school day, students usually only have one thing on their minds: will we have homework tonight? The answer is a usually a dreaded yes followed by a discouraging sigh. Thanks to my many AP, Pre-AP, and Dual Enrollment classes, my afternoons are usually crammed full of homework assignments fr...

We Should Have a Four-Day School Week

Brady, staff

September 12, 2018


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Springville High School should switch to a four day school week. Switching would save money for the school by not running the buses, not needing substitutes, and lower utility costs for the one day everyone is not at school. A school district in Colorado made the change, and they are hoping to save...

Who doesn’t love fall?

Hannah, staff

September 12, 2018


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Pumpkins. Bonfires. Apple cider. As we know fall brings a plethora of fun activities, like pumpkin expeditions, bonfires, football games, halloween, corn mazes, drinking apple cider and hot chocolate, camping, hunting, and Thanksgiving. It is very hard to choose just one favorite but I asked a few people...

Why You Should be in School Clubs

Hannah, staff

August 29, 2018


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Being in active clubs during high school can be a very important decision for your future. By being a member of school clubs, you can have long term benefits, such as making new friends, help with college applications, skill development, and they can help build your resume for the future. We all know...

We’re Maxed!!

Destiny, staff

August 29, 2018


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So, it's officially time to go back to school, time to push your way through the crowds in the hall and give up your personal space. Spacing happens to be a very big issue this year at Springville High School. Upon entering the main doors in the morning, you are immediately sucked into the hustle...

Favorite Summer Activity

Anna, Staff

August 29, 2018


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As summer is winding down, schools all over the nation are starting back up. Everyone is excited to go back and see their friends and tell of the interesting things they did over the summer break. Everyone has a different story to tell and a favorite place they visited. Here are some of the favorites: Beach-...

Why You Should Come to Football Games

Callie, staff

August 29, 2018


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To begin, I am not impartial on this subject. I'm an athletic training aid, which means I go to football practice every day. Those are my boys. In my opinion, the whole town should be there to cheer on my boys. But for the sake of this article, I am trying to be unbiased. So, the point: why you should...

Should We Have More Resource Officers?

Isabela, Staff

August 29, 2018


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I already feel safe at my school, but I think I would feel safer with more than one resource officers patrolling my school. Should there be an intruder in the school, they would be there to protect the students, teachers, and other staff. I like the idea that the resource officers are given the instructions...

Do Sports Help Your Social Life?

Laurel, staff

August 29, 2018


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Picture this: it's the final game of the season. Your teammate passes you the ball. After escaping multiple tackles, you realize you're at the 70 yard line. Suddenly, you have just made a glorious ninja jump into the end zone and scored to win the championship. After this game, not only are you and yo...

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