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La IIlorona, the weeping woman

La IIlorona, the weeping woman

Diana Velazquez, Staff Writer

November 20, 2017


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La llorona or known as the Weeping Woman in English is a legendary ghost. She is a woman who lost her children and cries while trying to find them in a river. She has black hair and wears a white dress. She is most commonly found in South Texas area or Mexico. It’s a story that is retold again and ...

U of U student killed in carjacking

U of U student killed in carjacking

Agustin Cervantes, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017


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On October 30th, It was a normal college night at the U of U, students taking some lectures and learning in their classes. At around 8 o’clock, police recieve a call from a woman, stating that she has been assaulted by her husband, Austin Bountain. She says that they’ve been camping up at Red Butte Ca...

Math really serves a purpose–really

Math really serves a purpose–really

Cho Cho Aye, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017


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Math is very important because if we didn't know math we wouldn't know how to build stuff, use science, learn cooking, create designs, and almost everything. If we didn´t know math than we wouldn't know anything that uses math. Math seems different, and here's why. It's a specific, powerful vocabulary ...

Homework really has a purpose

Homework really has a purpose

Everett Heckel, Staff Writer

November 3, 2017


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Many students think that homework is the worst, they think it's a waste of time and has no purpose. But teachers give homework for a reason. They give homework so you can study and learn the subject at home. Homework allows you to work at home and gives you the chance to work on the assignments due ...

It’s not just another brick in the wall

It’s not just another brick in the wall

David Eakin, Staff Writer

October 31, 2017


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The walls of Granite park junior high have some patterns you might not have realized before as you might have seen some have different shades of bricks. Some are just plain white walls but that’s usually in the classrooms. Many of you might have noticed some gold, brown, yellow, orange bronze, or ...

Students have an assortment of snack choices

Students have an assortment of snack choices

Brooklyn Pace and Connor Ekachinda

October 31, 2017


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Vegetables, fruit, chips, candy, or cheap junk food. Do any of these make you hungry? According to Insider Monkey the most popular snack in the U.S are fruits, chips, and an assortment of candies. Thrillist says that the most favorite snack is Doritos. They also have Goldfish, Oreos and Pringles are in t...

Wildfires

Wildfires

Anthony Arochi and Jose Vera Vega

October 26, 2017


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No one knows how the fires started but just one night suddenly there were fires in north California. Most of the wildfires in California started in October 8, 2017. Most of the wildfires are in the north of California. It’s sad because a lot of people lost their homes and they lost all their h...

Pugs are cute, but they have some issues

Pugs are cute, but they have some issues

Anahy Sanchez Olivarez, Staff Writer

October 8, 2017


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We all love pugs. With their chubby faces and wrinkly skin, but the truth about pugs is very disturbing. Pugs are one of the most unhealthiest dog breeds in the world. Pugs suffer from many injuries. Breeders have breed these dog so much that they end up being deformed and unhealthy. All pugs are sad...

Has Tumblr gone too far?

Gayane Simonyan, Staff Writer

May 25, 2017


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Tumblr is known as a blogging website where people can post what they want, anything from fashion blogs, to political opinions and art, but in the fast few years it has slowly gotten worse and worse as if a plague was slowly killing it, first there was the TCC (True Crime Community) on Tumblr which had ...

Eighth graders have mixed emotions as they move on

Karla Landeros, Staff Writer

May 25, 2017


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Eighth graders are turning ninth graders next year. They are either going to Cottonwood or Granger High School. Another option is that they might be going to another school out of state. The eighth grade students at Granite Park Jr. High have mixed emotions about heading to the next level. Ubah I...

Rhinehart hits the high seas in beautiful Costa Rica over break

Rhinehart hits the high seas in beautiful Costa Rica over break

Pedro Yazzie, Staff Writer

May 22, 2017


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Coaching a football team was something that granite park special education teacher Derrick Marston always wanted to do. “Marston played football at the University of Utah and I grew up in California,” said Mr. Marston. He decided to coach the local high school students at Judge Memorial. Mr. Marston posit...

Dating looks different across cultures

Fatna Ibrahim, Staff Writer

May 18, 2017


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Many young teenagers here in America are starting to date, but what about places out of this country? America is a country of freedom, which means people  can do whatever they want, without anyone controlling them, or telling them what to do. But in other countries and cultures the rules of dating ma...

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