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Vintage Fashion Trends: Lacking Creativity or Appreciating the Past?

Brinlee Eller, News Editor March 24, 2021

You hop in the car and head to your nearest thrift store, hunting for vintage levi jeans and corduroy, trends that seemed to have died years ago but have since risen from the grave. Sound familiar? Lettuce...

Marvel vs DC

Marvel vs DC

Katelyn Reidhead, Staff Writer March 24, 2021

Action. Tears. Superheroes. The DC Extended Universe movies and the Marvel Cinematic Universe are movies beloved by all, but Marvel’s movies are the best. Now, you may disagree, but I’m going to change...

A small pile of cans in a recyclable bin.

The Broken System of South Jordan Recycling

Mandy Jenkins, Editor in Chief March 24, 2021

In South Jordan, a lot of new restrictions has limited our recycling. It has gotten to the point where I barely know what I can and can’t recycle. The restrictions are too strict. When people are recycling,...

Dance or Date

Dance or Date

Ella Milakovic, Staff Writer February 16, 2021

About a week ago I was asked a very interesting question. Does a dance count as a date? My initial reaction was, “Of course!” I mean you plan it out like a date, you go on day dates, and it is paid...

A Case for Political Independence

A Case for Political Independence

James Mcnees, Staff Writer February 16, 2021

If the current political climate in this country hasn’t strayed you towards political independence, I don’t know what will. Witnessing riots, slander, and corruption from both the right and left parties,...

The Milk Conspiracy

Caitlin Hicks, Opinion editor November 23, 2020

I, for one, have never been a big fan of sodas. Sure—the cute, retro idea of a glass of soda and a cookie from the local soda shop sounds like a fun idea, but to label it as my favorite beverage? A little...

Thankful for Thanksgiving

Thankful for Thanksgiving

Kylee Page, Staff Writer November 23, 2020

Thanksgiving is almost here! The time to show thanks, give to others, eat way too much food and not get judged for it. But have we already forgotten about Thanksgiving before it is even here? It may be...

Beyond Laziness: The Real Purpose of No Shave November

Beyond Laziness: The Real Purpose of No Shave November

Molly Laukka, Staff Writer November 23, 2020

As a people we need to change the way No Shave November is seen as not just a month to be lazy, but as a chance to spread awareness of the actual purpose. Nowadays people just see it as a way to be...

Round Two of Online School Yields Better Results

Round Two of Online School Yields Better Results

Mandy Jenkins, Editor in Chief November 23, 2020

Schools are being shut down all over. Since the beginning of COVID-19 in March, Bingham has already had two periods of online learning and we are halfway through our third round. Learning online this fall...

Little girl and boy watching video or playing games on their smart phones.

The Beasts of Entertainment

Jacob Lloyd, Minitorial Editor October 27, 2020

Long ago, in an internet not far away, there lived a giant beast: Netflix. It was the only one who could satisfy our addictions.   For years, nothing changed. The beast never changed. The beast’s...

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