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Understanding Art

Understanding Art
Cindy Diaz, Staff Writer June 7, 2018
It’s okay to not fully get art. What is not okay is judging it without actually trying to comprehend it.

No Olympics for Artists

No Olympics for Artists
Becky Weber, Art Editor May 10, 2018
The Winter Olympics this year was huge. Time Magazine stated that 2,952 athletes participated. Those competitors came from 92 different countries, from all around the world. More than half the world turned their eyes to the event, watching masters in their own right compete for superiority — for that gold medal.

Art and CTE

Art and CTE
Kallie Brown, A&E Editor April 12, 2018
As of 2007, Utah has pushed Career and Technical Education to the front of public schooling. High schools were encouraged to host CTE clubs such as HOSA and TSA as a part of the initiative, and began to require CTE classes to graduate.

Art in the Library

Art in the Library
Becky Weber, Art Editor January 21, 2018
Bingham’s Library is not only where the beauty of writing and literature is celebrated, but also the magnificence of art and of the past.

Dance to the Dancers

Dance to the Dancers
Emma Jones, Staff Writer & Social Media Manager December 12, 2017
The lights are low and the air is silent. You can hear your heartbeat pulsing in your chest. Everyone is breathless, anticipating the moment when the music plays and you spring into action.

Art and High School

Art and High School
Sage Smith, Staff Writer November 30, 2017
Let’s see, what classes are required to graduate. There’s Language arts, science, history, health, math and if you live in Utah, art is a required course for you to graduate.

Reflections: Within Reach

Reflections: Within Reach
Ben Lyons, Staff Writer November 28, 2017
Every fall, Utah’s PTA congregates to organize the long-running Reflections contest, where students of all ages are given the opportunity to submit their creative works into a national competition.

Hale Centre Theater

Hale Centre Theater
Rachel Van Leeuwen, Staff Writer & Copy Editor November 23, 2017
If you’ve ever had the opportunity to see a show at Hale Centre Theatre, you know that it’s the perfect place to enjoy incredible singing, dancing, and acting. After hundreds of spectacular performances at the West Valley location, Mark and Sally Dietlein, co-founders of Hale Centre Theatre, have decided to move on to bigger and better things.

Coming Together

Coming Together
Aubrie Hickmon, News Editor October 20, 2017
The world is divided, people are different, but we are still united by the arts. Whether it be music, dance, or art, every culture has some form of it.

Artists of Bingham

Alli Jensen, Staff Writer May 25, 2016

The stars of Bingham aren’t always the athletes or the brainiacs; the stars of Bingham that go unnoticed the most are the artists. John Hopkins School of Education, said that as members of society,...

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