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Downtown Salt Lake City in the February of 2002. / Deseret News
We Built This City on Rock and Snow: The 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City
Ethan Seivert, Podcast Editor • January 8, 2023

If you live in Utah, you certainly know about the 2002 Winter Olympics held in Salt Lake City. It’s what puts Salt Lake on the map, and a huge part of the cities, and states’...

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Fissures in Media
Fissures in Media
Cody Graham, writer • February 6, 2023

Recently, there has been a great number of animated and live-action TV series that have been canceled, especially in favor of other, more immediately popular ones. Many people have complained about this, but nothing seems to be happening in response; big TV companies like Netflix...

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From Cave Game to Minecraft
Whitney Mangum, News Editor • February 2, 2023

The blocky video game, Minecraft, has been a staple of a lot of teens’ childhoods. It quickly became one of the most popular video games in the world when it was first released...

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Photo by Natasha Shelton of Tanner Latham teaching Debate
Mustangs Welcome the New Debate Program
Natasha Shelton, Writer • February 2, 2023

For the past couple of years, Herriman High has been without a debate team. Luckily, this year, one of Herriman’s newest teachers has stepped up to take over the debate...

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HB-215 and the Student’s Choice that Wasn’t
Bhavika Malik, Editor and Chief • February 6, 2023

On January 28th, 2023, Governor Cox signed HB-215 — a bill subsidizing $42 million from public education funding to provide scholarships for private schools and homeschooling....

The Hidden Killer
The Hidden Killer
February 2, 2023
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