Effects of Sleep Deprivation

Gracie Schoell
March 28, 2017 • 66 views
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According to the National Sleep Foundation, 87 percent of high school students get less than eight hours of sleep per night.  The consequences of lacking sleep are severe: your chance of getting depression increases, you are more likely to suffer from anxiety, you are in more danger when you drive,...

Lunch Ladies

Abby Anderson
March 28, 2017 • 62 views
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Lunch would not be the same without our amazing Bingham High lunch ladies. sophomores all the way to seniors get to see these ladies in action every day while they get their school lunch. Being greeted with a smile and a warm plate of food is amazing while you are pushing through another day of school. Many...

Utah Weather

Becky Weber
March 28, 2017 • 72 views
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The Utah weather, notorious for granting its citizens a bite out of all four of the seasons, gave us a good whiplash between spring and winter. February gave us incredibly warm weather for still, technically, being winter. Utah was gifted with highs in the 60’s , melting the snow off the ground...

Pinning Ceremony

Becky Weber
January 31, 2017 • 495 views
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Bingham is known for it’s many traditions, and one of these traditions is the Pinning ceremony. In order to obtain a pin it requires a person to be pretty deeply invested into one section of the school, whether it’s dance, Language Arts, or theater. Pinning ceremonies can be held in many different...

Electoral College vs Popular Vote

Jessie Melton, Online Editor
January 31, 2017 • 183 views
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On the night of November 8, 2016 Donald Trump was elected President of the United States of America. In the next couple of weeks more information would come out about the exact numbers that got him elected. Hillary Clinton, his Democrat opponent clocked in at 65,844,954 votes and Trump ended up with,...

Trump Administration Secretary of State nomination announcement

Trump Administration Secretary of State nomination announcement

Jessie Melton, Online Editor
December 13, 2016 • 260 views
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Earlier this morning President Elect Donald Trump announced who will be nominated to take up the position of Secretary of State during the start of his administration in January. Throughout recent weeks there has been a lot of talk about who would be selected for this position, Mitt Romney, former governor...

College Application Competition

Brooklyn Bailey, Copy Editor
December 13, 2016 • 233 views
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Nobody tells you how to write a good college application.  They just tell you to get a good ACT score and to make good grades.  But what they don’t tell you is that you will get into college, even if you don’t have the best ACT score.  Something else they don’t tell you is that you probably...

Fallen Officers

Fallen Officers

Emily Rodrigues, Op/Ed Editory
December 13, 2016 • 185 views
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There have been gunshots heard, accidents witnessed, and heroes that left us with a final breath. Brave officers of the law who fight to protect our country are caught in the cross fire of the conflicting views and protests of our country, and many this year have paid the ultimate price. Students...

The Decline of Obscure Social Media

Kallie Brown, Artist
December 13, 2016 • 177 views
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On October 27, 2016, Twitter announced they were shutting down one of their secondary apps: Vine. It’s not the first of small social medias to disappear, either. According to Statista, a site dedicated to collecting statistics, the average person spends more than 2 hours every day on social media....

Jessie Melton, Online Editor
December 13, 2016 • 171 views
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Utah is famous for its towering mountains and the tons of powdery snow that blankets them. People travel from all over for a chance to ski or board one of our world class ski resorts and those native to Utah take advantage of what is referred to as “the greatest snow on earth”. The majority of Utah’s...

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