There is a seemingly insurmountable contradiction between what is best for voters and the decisions lawmakers make. How do we change that?
I interviewed three prominent political figures in our state and asked what their thoughts were about our future. Find out what they said.
How ski racers' mental game has been affected by injury and how they overcome the feat of rising up after injury.
In this article, I introduce and explain the Utah government’s newest bills, HB311 and SB152, two pieces of legislation that seek to monitor and regulate social media usage by minors in the state of Utah, and ask Rowland Hall students their thoughts.
Let's explore how much mountain bikes have evolved over time, and how those changes have made mountain biking safer, more affordable, and easier to enjoy in general.
This plan from a Rowland Hall alum might be just what the city needs.
What effect did young people have on the midterm elections? You might be surprised by the answer.
Learn more about why film photography and disposable cameras have grown so popular among students.
In this article, I explain the processes behind the administration’s decision to call a snow day.
In this article, I introduce and explain the potentially catastrophic effects of the state of the Great Salt Lake on our air. Though the situation may seem hopeless, I present a few ways in which students can aid (and perhaps remedy) the situation that our dear lake is in.
How has spikeball impacted your community?
Younger siblings may not always have it easy when competing against their older counterparts, but studies show that this drive to match their siblings as kids may have a positive effect on athletic performance later in life.
Why does feedback matter, and what do students think about it?
This simple yet funny article takes a look into how Star Wars could teach you lessons that you could use in school or in your everyday life.
What’s up with the 8-period day? Learn more about how the schedule was made, and you’ll realize it’s not as simple as you think.
What makes the perspective of a new student interesting? could it be how they learn, how they make friends, or what?
In this article, I conduct a survey of local, student, and art teacher perspectives on Stephen Kesler’s Out of the Blue (the whale on ninth and ninth) and evaluate how we regard public art.
Missing a midday meal has many negative effects on students and their afternoon academic performance.
Through Molly Lewis’ knowledge of teaching Rowland Hall students and her passion in ceramics, she takes on a new subject after 25 years of teaching science.
Learn more about Dan Mitchell’s departure from Rowland Hall and what he plans to do in the future.