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Medical masks move towards fashion trend

Tokyo man wears a courtesy mask while reading his phone.

Ben Grantonic, Assistant Web/News Editor

March 31, 2020

Fashion has long since been influenced by the global happening that surrounds it. For example, during the second world war, shorter hair and pants came into style for women. This was due to the large number of women joining the industrial workforce while the men who would usually have those jobs were...

Teachers’ love for “ideal” student makes others feel inferior

The education system’s ideal student is always gifted and receives more awards and attention from teachers than kids who do not fit into the “cookie cutter” standard.

Emma Tomlinson, Reporter

March 24, 2020

Sometime around April every year, the school hosts their underclassmen award ceremony. This is where students are recognized for their GPA in the form of Summa Cum Laude awards, and department awards are also given.  Each department gets together and compiles a list of students who are “exceptional."...

Entertainment services increase procrastination, leading to future problems

Students may end up procrastinating their e-learning work for entertainment services while school is out because of the coronavirus.

John Yun, Online/Web Editor

March 21, 2020

With e-learning assignments flooding in, students may find themselves choosing between another episode of their favorite show and the English paper due at 11:59. With the increasing demand for entertainment and the availability of streaming services such as Netflix, students are more prone to procrastinat...

Eight books to read over break

With so much time off from school, now is a great time to read, whether you are an avid reader or looking to become one.

Ellie Albin, Editor-in-chief

March 19, 2020

There has never been a better time to sit down and read a good book. With people practicing social distancing and school being canceled, schedules can be adjusted to make time to read books you have always wanted to enjoy. If you do not have an ongoing list of books to check off, though, fear not; he...

IHSAA failing to respond clearly, quickly to coronavirus threat

Gyms like the new FHS Auxiliary Gym sit dormant for now as uncertainty clouds the spring sports season.

Nate Albin, Sports Editor

March 16, 2020

Right now, sports do not matter. Being a sports superfan myself, it is something every sports fan needs to realize. Ever since Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert tested positive for the COVID-19 virus on March 11, most leagues have realized that playing games could endanger athletes, team personnel and fans. One...

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