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School Swap 2014

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May 16, 2014

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By:Lydia Bradley I recently spent the whole day at a different school, in a different town, surrounded by people I had never met nor even thought about talking to. Being from Eaton High School, this was officially the challenge...

Get Smart- Come See it!

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November 25, 2013

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By: Emily Pennington The time has finally come! Get Smart is here! All the hard work will finally pay off on the big stage. All us thespians are ready to kill it on stage. The lead roles include Tucker Morrell as the illust...

Still Seems Like a Dream

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November 13, 2013

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By: Lindy Dixon The final whistle sounded and the scoreboard read 25-12. Tears ran down my cheeks and the biggest smile I have ever had stretched across my face. That was it, we were State Champions. It only took three games...

Steamboat is awesome

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April 4, 2013

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By: Christopher Dawkins Steamboat is arguably the best mountain in the rockies. What more needs to be said about the mountain beside the point that Steamboat Springs’ mountain has the deepest base that is at reasonable d...

UnVAILing the hype of Steamboat

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March 19, 2013

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By: Reece Kothe Boasting 5,289 of skiable acres and seven pristine bowls, Vail is unparalleled by any other resort in the United States. Averaging an impressive 366 inches of snowfall a year with 193 runs and 1,500 acres of groomed corduroy, the most in the world, V...

Three students sound off on Invisible Children campaign

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May 6, 2012

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By: Sig Fredriksen At the time of writing, the original Kony 2012 video has over one hundred million views online, proving that it has truly touched the international community. The video promotes the organization Invisible Childre...

Superhero or Villain?

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February 1, 2012

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By: Kendell Carlson The action and suspense of the original superhero movie intrigues America, but the new twist of romance added into the more recent films has captured its attention completely. Many of the superhero movies recently produced have been based off of old comics. Th...

Population Control

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January 25, 2012

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By: John Ottoson With a growing population, the issue of how the United States will be able to support such a vast amount of people has become a national concern. With the population of the U.S. being just above 307 million right now, how will our society be able to sustain itself with so many...

New Holmes movie keeps people on their toes

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January 25, 2012

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By: Sean Earley Sherlock Holmes, a thrilling new box office movie is a thriller that leaves the viewer on their toes trying to perceive what might occur next. The movie is full of surprises making the watcher believe one thing, than it turns against the tide and makes the exac...

Dude, Skittles are so cheap here

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January 25, 2012

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By: Sig Fredriksen America always seemed so big and distant for a small-town guy from Northern-Norway, used to reindeers (the non-flying kind) wandering around and skiing to get places in the winter. Of course Hollywood had gi...

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