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The Student Newspaper of Bingham High School

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The Student Newspaper of Bingham High School

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Rex Orange County performing at the Great Saltair on June 11, 2022.

Concerts in the Summer!

Ximena Santana, Staff Writer May 30, 2023

Summer is the season for concerts. With artists and bands like Shania Twain, The Cure, Ringo Starr, Snoop Dogg, and many more stopping by Salt Lake City, there’s a concert for everyone to attend. The...

Mailbox Sculpture by Izzy Beauchesne.


Chloe Labrum, Staff Writer May 30, 2023

After its grand opening in 2018, Dreamscapes has been a huge attraction for people of all ages around Utah. Located at South Town mall in Sandy, Utah, it functions as an interactive art exhibit, featuring...

A movie theater.

Summer Showtime: What to Expect

Carter Carling, Staff Writer May 30, 2023

Picture this: a colossal screen, booming audio, and the best part - the movies. Get ready for an unforgettable summer with a lineup that includes everything from Spider-Man to Barbie. The theater awaits,...

The 12 Angry Jurors Set.

12 Angry Jurors

Syd Alexander, Social Media and Publicity Manager March 16, 2023

15 students, 2 teachers, and MANY hours. These three things created the theatrical masterpiece that was 12 Angry Jurors here at Bingham High School. The play began with a warning from the judge, played...

Sculpture at Ralphael Plescias Christian School.

Ralphael Plescia’s Christian School

Chloe Labrum, Staff Writer February 8, 2023

Although his works are not widely known, Ralphael Plescia will be remembered as a fantastic sculptor. From a very young age, Ralph showed a lot of interest in fine arts, especially sculpture. He spent...

The 2023 Symphony Trip

Void Hurst, Staff Writer February 8, 2023

Guess what! The time has come around again for the symphony to go on their trip! The symphony goes on a trip every year to a different place in the U.S. and this year they are going to different locations...

Seasoned stories lie on the ground waiting to be opened and their mysteries unravel.

Why Read Classic Literature?

Christian Larett, Sports Editor January 26, 2023

Classic literature, the dreaded lesson in Language Arts class. So why does classic literature matter? That answer lies entirely on the person who reads the question. On one hand, millions of people over...

The Ballroom Team leading the audience in the “Cha Cha Slide.

Welcome to the Party

Sophie Whitehead, News Editor January 26, 2023

The audience entered the auditorium as upbeat music played and dancers were singing along. Then the curtains opened and the party began. On January 12th, the Bingham High dance classes performed at the...

Senate results

Elections: What Happened and Why Should You Care?

Carter Carling, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

As the 2022 midterm elections come to an end, the results are unexpected. Historically, the party with the presidency does terribly , but not this year. 538 predicted Republicans to win 52 Senate seats...

Reflecting on Reflections

Void Hurst, Staff Writer December 16, 2022

Reflections is a contest that is hosted every year! There are seven different categories: dance, film, literature, music, photography, 2D art, and 3D art. The sky's the limit when creating your submissions...

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