Is it worth it?
Kunga Kabsang

In this story, I'll weigh the pros and cons for Minute-to-Win-It and planned Battle of the Classes games.

Perfectionism: A barrier to success
Maddie Mulford

After winning the first place prize in the Westminster Essay Contest, one would think that their writing would improve. I found the opposite to be true, and it’s because of perfectionism. 

Disruptive activism in sports
Sophie Baker

Activist causes need platforms to spread their message. Could sporting events provide that venue? 

The virtue of violence in the face of oppression: The BPP, ARHUM, and philosophy
Gabe Andrus

In this brief article, I will explore the virtues of violent resistance in the face of oppression, especially as it pertains to the Black Panther Party, the topic of my research in Dr. Kogan’s Advanced Research Humanities class. I will focus on the philosophical questions associated with the use of violence too.

Stigma and silence: The failures of journalistic coverage of Haiti
Sophie Baker

In much of their coverage, journalists portray Haiti as a dependent nation, who is essentially sucking the lifeblood from world powers. Many neglect to mention the devastating effect of the cycles of foreign influence that have defined Haitian history since the country’s independence.

Party politics
Sophie Baker

There is a seemingly insurmountable contradiction between what is best for voters and the decisions lawmakers make. How do we change that?

Lessons to be learned from Star Wars
Abdallah Butt

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.

Out of the blue: Perspectives on the whale
Gabe Andrus

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.

A snack for every occasion
Bea Martin and Claire Hersh

What is your favorite snack? In this article, we discuss the best snacks and drinks for every mood and occasion.

Top six coffee shops near Rowland Hall
Kavitha Kasturi and Bea Martin

A detailed article on the ins and outs of coffee shops around Salt Lake, rating them and their vanilla lattes so you don't have to.

Top 5 Christmas songs
Emma Hare and Finley Bodeen

Who doesn’t love the holidays? If you want to hear about Rowland Hall students’ top 5 favorite Christmas songs, we have the article for you!