The Prospector

School Clubs Through the Ages

Personal Crowd Silhouettes Human Group Of People
Alida Cummings, News Editor October 15, 2018
Our school offers a multitude of clubs for anyone to join.

Apathetic Epidemic

Apathetic Epidemic
Kallie Brown, A&E Editor May 3, 2018
We get it: high school is hard. Students have gone through twelve years of waking up at a dastardly time, sitting still for up to eight hours, and being talked to, rather than talked with. Towards year eleven and twelve, we become tired of following the exact same routine day after day.

Requirements vs. Interests

Requirements vs. Interests
Aubrey Tanner, Staff Writer & Photographer March 22, 2018
Sometimes, we have to learn things we have no desire to learn, or learn things that are pointless to learn.

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.

Changing Regents’ Requirements

Changing Regents' Requirements
Rachel Van Leeuwen, Staff Writer & Copy Editor January 9, 2018
Students at Bingham have been familiarized with the Regents’ Scholarship and have heard rumors about recent requirement changes. Because we have been preparing to qualify for Regents’ for many years, many students have questions about how these changes will affect them.

Cell Phones: Friend or Foe

Cell Phones: Friend or Foe
Emma Jones, Staff Writer January 2, 2018
One of the biggest challenges students have is sitting right next to them; their cell phones. There is an eternal controversy over whether or not students benefit from having a cell phone in class. While it can save a grade in a class, it can also be the cause of student failure.

Teachers With Second Jobs

Teachers With Second Jobs
Britney Chen, Online Editor January 2, 2018
People say that teachers don’t become teachers for the money and reports have shown that they aren’t wrong.

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.
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