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Best places to eat near the school campus

Ashley Hale, Staff Writer

January 9, 2018

Going out to eat during lunch is always fun. It can also be difficult to find a good place nearby that you can get in and out of pretty quick. In this article I’m going to make a list of food places that are near campus. ...

Do people actually read the school newspaper?

Ethan Ancell, Staff Writer

January 3, 2018

If you ask anyone if they read the school paper, most people reply that they won’t, and if they do, they skim through a few articles that they find interesting, and skip past all the boring articles like “Introducing John Curtis...

Odd jobs are a vital part to Herriman High School’s Hearts of Gold fundraising

Ben Moore, Staff Writer

December 11, 2017

During the month of December, Herriman High has their annual charity fundraiser, Hearts of Gold. This year, HHS has chosen to partner with Make a Wish foundation in order to make three kids wishes, Dayson(12), Craig(6), and Ember...

Club Rush

Ethan Ancell, Staff

September 14, 2017

Probably one of the most busy lunchtime activities over the whole entire year is Club Rush. Some kids don't think it is very interesting, some kids are excited to see a whole bunch of of obscure clubs that no one has ever heard...

Last minute holiday gift ideas

Linda derhak, Co Editor-in-Chief

January 6, 2017

It’s already late December? Where did the time go? Frantically you scour the Internet, but to your utter horror none of the gifts you consider will arrive in time. Fear not, for there’s no need to start kissing your friends g...

Teacher feature: Mrs. Hanks

Ivy Kelsch, Staff Writer

January 6, 2017

Special Education life skills teacher Melissa Hanks never really knew what career she wanted to pursue until she signed up for a peer tutoring class with a friend. She discovered that she loved being around special needs stud...

In their own words: life as an exchange student

January 6, 2017

Hendrick from Germany My name is Hendrick and I’m a 16-year-old exchange student from Hamburg, Germany. With a population of 1.8 million people, Hamburg is the second largest city in Germany. Now I live in South Jordan with...

Hearts of Gold service officers

Kamryn Miller, Online Editor

January 6, 2017

Beginning last June when they were elected, our Herriman High School service officers have been hard at work, planning Hearts of Gold. This year, the service officers are being led by service Student Body Officer Emily Schut. Joini...

Herriman welcomes 18 new teachers and Officer Archie

Abby Hoff, Staff Writer

November 1, 2016

This year Herriman  welcomed 18 new teachers in a variety of different departments. One of those fresh faces includes the  new school resource officer Cynthia Archuleta, or as she likes to be known: Officer Archie. “I have...

Marching Band

Megan Edwards, Online Editor

November 1, 2016

Balanced atop a bright orange ladder, Mr. Larsen evaluates the marching band performing below, pushing it to be the best it can be. The band in its entirety is made up of brass, woodwinds, drumline, front ensemble and color guard,...

Coming Soon to Theaters

Coming Soon to Theaters

November 1, 2016

Counseling Center Mural

Lindsay Reyes, Editor and Chief

November 1, 2016

Have you noticed the huge blank wall in the Counseling Center? Its immaculate, untouched surface is just begging to be filled with artistic creativity. Luckily, students here at HHS are going to do just that. Near the end of...