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2023: The Year Cinema Was Saved
2023: The Year Cinema Was Saved
Sophia Mueller, Staff Writer • January 8, 2024

Over the past decade movie theaters increasingly became obsolete. However, after the summer of 2023, many agree that cinema has bounced back, and may be here to stay.  There are a variety of arguments as to why theaters...

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PCHS Girls Soccer Season Recap
PCHS Girl's Soccer Season Recap
Sadie Weissman and Ava Miller December 5, 2023

Our girl's soccer team here in Park City has had a phenomenal season this year and made it to finals against Green Canyon. We sadly lost the game but it is evident our team won in heart. These Park City soccer girls have...

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National Honor Societys Food Drive
National Honor Society's Food Drive
Scarlett Tary, Assistant Editor • December 3, 2023

As the holiday season settles in, it’s time to start thinking about giving back to our community. The NHS is doing its annual food drive, kicking it off last week.  The food drive will last from now to December 15,...

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History, Phonology, Orthography, Volume Five: Slovenský
History, Phonology, Orthography, Volume Five: Slovenský
Sullivan Reilly, Staff Writer • January 8, 2024

General History Slovak is part of the Indo-European language family, the Slavic branch, and the West Slavic group. This means it is closely related to languages like Czech and Polish. Slovak is also related to other Slavic...

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Student Spotlight: Artist, Elspeth Stevenson
Student Spotlight: Artist, Elspeth Stevenson
Lulu Brown, Staff Writer • December 3, 2023

A senior at Park City High this year, Elspeth Stevenson is an artist who loves to paint, draw, crochet, and play Nintendo. She was born and raised in Park City and has taken every art class possible to pursue this passion.    Elspeth’s...

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Sophia’s Poetry: Holiday Edition
Sophia’s Poetry: Holiday Edition
Sophia Kenton, Staff Writer • December 3, 2023

Missle Toe What’s that holiday that overlaps with December snow Christmas pheromones under the mistletoe Love can be dangerous; explosive even, Like a missile piercing the heart if your loved one is leavin', The...

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A Guide to New Years Resolutions
A Guide to New Year's Resolutions
Scarlett Tary, Assistant Editor • January 29, 2024

For hundreds of years, people have been creating New Year’s resolutions. At first glance these rarely ever last. Yet nearly two in three people are likely to keep their resolutions. Being one of the...

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Minters Thoughts, Volume Eight: Dangers of Performative Activism
Minter's Thoughts, Volume Eight: Dangers of Performative Activism
Zach Minter, Staff Writer • January 29, 2024

It's 2021 and Charli Damelio faces a dangerous decision. Should she replace her Black Lives Matter profile photo? Why keep it? After all, the BLM movement hadn’t been trending for months. But, removing...

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Minters Thoughts, Volume Seven: The Romanticization of Zach Minters Life
Minter's Thoughts, Volume Seven: The Romanticization of Zach Minter's Life
Zach Minter, Staff Writer • January 8, 2024

Please note, this article will sound pretentious I like to imagine my life as some biography-worthy experience. As someone famous or wealthy, who belongs on the cover of Time, or GQ. Or if not, a tormented...

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