Gun Legislation Misconceptions

Maya Levine

April 16, 2018

Filed under Features, News, Video

On March 1st, 2018 Park City High School had a lock out; fifteen days after the mass shooting at Parkland High School in Florida. When the buzzing of the announcement began I started feeling... less than safe. No one else was...

Why We Need Daylight Saving Time

Nathanial Miko

April 16, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinions

Daylight saving time was originally adopted during the waning years of World War One.  On April 30th, 1916, Germany and Austria moved the clocks back one hour to help conserve fuel by decreasing the amount of artificial light ...

I Grew Up With Mass Shootings

Reede Nasser

April 16, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinions, Video

Here in America, we’re really good at taking action after something bad happens. Acid Rain? Clean Air Act. Lake catches on fire? Clean Water Act. We plaster warning labels to make sure we don’t consume anything poisonous. ...

The New Obsession: ESports

Clara Hopkins, Reporter

January 8, 2018

Filed under Features

Every kid has had a dream once of playing video games for a living. Of course, in the 90s and early 2000s it was unrealistic to think you could actually make money by staring at a screen. But in recent years, that dream can be...

Youth Resource Center

Morgan Cutt, Reporter

January 8, 2018

Filed under Features, News, Video

  Life in Park City is pretty good. We live in a beautiful town and attend a prestigious school. A  stroll through Park City consists of athletes training, students working, or tourists shopping. Our town gives off a ...

Seniors Mock Election

Morgan Cutt, Reporter

January 8, 2018

Filed under Features

Seniors, have you registered to vote? We will soon graduate, and by the next election, every one of us will be eligible to vote. Some may feel unprepared, so this year Park City High School is holding its own election for students t...

New Mayor Weighs in on Education

Kimberly Van Maren, Reporter

January 8, 2018

Filed under Features

Polls are cast, opinions are set, and the media flourishes. Elections run locally, state, and nation wide. They unite - or divide - our country. It just depends on the year whether the entire nation is involved in voting for a can...

Biases around PCHS

Ally Horowitz, Reporter

January 8, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinions

Are you the type of student that never misses a football game every Friday, but doesn’t conceive the idea of  attending a girl’s volleyball game?   A myriad of students have developed their personal favorite spor...

Girls’ Volleyball Take State!

Sydney LaPine and Clara Hopkins

January 2, 2018

Filed under Features

Inside the gym of Utah Valley University, the Park City’s girl’s team is fighting for the 4A High School Volleyball State Championship. The points have been neck-and-neck since the first serve. Watching from the stands, every...

Students Giving Back

Maya Levine

January 2, 2018

Filed under Features, Video

December is here and the holiday season is upon us. Whether you love the holiday bliss or are, as Buddy the Elf would say, “a cotton headed ninny muggins,” you can’t deny the cheery faces of the daycare children writing...

NFL- Respect or Not?

Liza Greene and Daniel Schultz

January 2, 2018

Filed under Features, Opinions

The flag waved as the anthem boomed from the speakers on Dozier Field. Every spectator rose to their feet and turned in unison toward the American Flag. The lines of athletes on the field stood, shoulder to shoulder, their han...

Transgender Ban

Daniel Schultz, Treasurer

January 2, 2018

Filed under Features, News

  On the 26th of July, President Donald Trump sent a series of three tweets that defined his next order as President. The tweets, in bottom to top order, are listed below:   Then, on August 25, President Trump made goo...

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