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The Day in Photos: March 1

Michael, the five year-old Wish Kid of 2019, helps Student Council organize the collections from Miracle Minute March 1. Student Council entertained Michael and his little sister after the assembly by helping them look through the tubs of coins.

by Amanda Brauchler, Editor In Chief

March 1, 2019

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Dare To Share True or False

Lilliya Larson '21 smiles in her Dare to Share Your Hair t-shirt from Wish Week 2018. Larson donated 12 inches last year.

by Maddy Merritt, Reporter

March 1, 2019

Friday, March 1, 2019 marks the beginning of Rock Canyon's tenth annual Wish Week. There will be numerous...

Sophomores Emma Renard and Hailey Poppler fold shirts to be packaged for Wish Kit sales. Student Council ordered about 2,600 shirts so the whole student body has a chance to buy a shirt.

Council Crazies

March 1, 2019

Roll. Rubber band. Box it. Close the box. RC Student Council rolls about 2,600 Wish Week shirts and pack...

Flashback in the New Year

Flashback in the New Year

March 1, 2019

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The cast of Newsies rehearses after school in the auditorium Feb. 20. The cast, crew, and pit members have been working since the end of December to put the production together. “I play the part of Joseph Pulitzer and it’s fun being a part of a family.” Lily Schmoker '19 said.

Newsies the Musical

March 1, 2019

Disney’s Newsies the musical is coming to Rock Canyon from February 27 through March 2. Shows start...

Student Worth Reduced to a Digit

by Kira Zizzo, Editor

February 28, 2019

Students. Daughters and sons. Freshman. Jaguars. Students, checking their Instagram feed, expecting smiling faces and wholesome content were met with a list ranking attractiveness that stripped away their individuality and personality, to be rendered down from human to a digit. People are being reduced from hu...

You’ve Met Your Match

by Lily Hansen, Reporter

February 2, 2019

The Matchomatics paper presents your best statistical matches and/or friends. Students were given the opportunity to find out who they're most compatible with in the school, as wells as find a mystery match. Despite the matching algorithm used, many students felt that the matches they were given weren't the best. ...

Pretty Pennies Penetrated

by Maddy Merritt, Reporter

January 29, 2019

Tuesday, Jan. 15, honors chemistry students chemically burned out all the zinc content of four post-1982 pennies in Dave Ferguson's chemistry lab, room 4102. The goal of the lab was to figure out how much baking soda would neutralize hydrochloric acid. Baking soda is a base, and bases can cancel out acids and vice versa....

The Climate of the Country in Regards to the Incident at the ‘March for Life’ in Washington D.C.

by Jana Seal, Editor In Chief

January 26, 2019

On Friday, January 18, a confrontation at the March for Life in Washington D.C. would make headlines of both liberal and conservative news outlets-- before the full story even surfaced. In a group of Black Israelites’ attempts to provoke a group of ‘MAGA’-hat-wearing students from Covington Catholic High School (C...

Rosie’s Diner Evaluation

by Alec Sutula, Sports Editor

January 26, 2019

“You shake my nerves and you rattle my brain, too much loves makes a man go insane,” echoed in the restaurant. The smell of greasy burgers and fries filled the air, along with the sweet smell of the twenty different flavors of milk shakes. I have always been a person who loves to find diners that are a throwback to how tim...

Cooking up a Change

Carrie Lin ‘20, Co-Vice President of Jags Go Pink! and Zoe Zizzo ‘20, Co-President of Jags Go Pink! run a bake sale during second lunch in the commons to raise money to help out cancer patients Jan. 16. There was a table full of baked goods, with prices that ranged from one to four dollars. “I’m really excited to be helping out breast cancer patients and am glad that I can do my part,” Lin said.

by Kira Zizzo, Editor

January 23, 2019

Jags Go Pink! is having a bake sale Jan. 16 and 17 in the commons during lunch. Various scrumptious baked...

Girls Who Code

by Jana Seal, Editor In Chief

December 20, 2018

Women make up only 29% of the workforce in science and engineering careers, but about half of the entire general workforce (ngcproject.org).  In the past, these industries weren’t just male dominated-- they were entirely male-possesed. As a new progressive era picks up, women are spearheading their own involvement in these ...

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