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Western Passivity Is Expensive: It Costs Human Life

Western Passivity Is Expensive: It Costs Human Life

Mariam Keita, Culture Editor

May 31, 2018

In only 100 days, hundreds of thousands of lives were claimed when the death of then-president of Rwanda, Juvénal Habyarimana, sparked a massacre of the Tutsi minority and some sympathetic Hutus. Some estimates say an additional 300,000 Rwandan citizens were displaced as they fled for their lives to...

SDEC Hosts Multicultural Night

SDEC Hosts Multicultural Night

Henry Mildenstein, Reporter

May 23, 2018

The cafeteria was bursting with energy as students attending City High’s multicultural night and performed a folk dance that they had learned in just minutes. Some students danced with grace, while others were cracking a smile as they stumbled around the cafeteria floor. The decision for SDEC to hold a multicultural nigh...

Study Hall: Fashion Show Takes The Halls

Study Hall: Fashion Show Takes The Halls

Lindy Rublaitus, Reporter

May 21, 2018

Music blasting through the hall, bright lights set up, and lines of chairs along the lockers provided fashion club with the perfect setting for their Study Hall Fashion Show on Thursday, May 17th. Students had a chance to express their creativity in the form of fashion while focusing on sending a messag...

To Christmas or Not to Christmas?

Mariam Keita, Anshul Gowda, Reese Hill, Greg Jones, and Henry Mildenstein

December 21, 2017

Reese Hill, Mariam Keita, Greg Jones, Henry Mildenstein, and Anshul Gowda discuss the Holiday Hype that comes around every winter and discuss the question: To Christmas or Not to Christmas? ...

Dangers of The Dark Web

Dangers of The Dark Web

Maya Chadwick, Reporter

April 26, 2017

As the internet continues to evolve, so does anonymity. As more and more daily interactions move online, worry grows about how closely monitored social media and the web are. “It’s pretty scary that everything you do on the Internet can be traced back to you,” said City High student Max*. “People...

Generation XXX

Generation XXX

Madeline Deninger and Celeste Chadwick

May 5, 2016

Utah’s Senate voted unanimously that the state was facing a public health crisis in February 2016. This “crisis”, however, is not a virus, a diseased crop, or a contaminated water source. The fear is of something affecting millions of teenagers across the country: Internet pornography. By declaring...

Dude, Where’s My Internet?!

Dude, Where’s My Internet?!

Cody Owen, Opinion Editor

September 26, 2014

Net Neutrality is defined as “the principle that Internet service providers should enable access to all content and applications regardless of the source, and without favoring or blocking particular products or websites.” Under new Net Neutrality laws under consideration by the FCC after a court...

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