Americans tend to give up quickly—here’s one easy solution to break that pattern of laziness.
Q: Should you take out student loans? A: Yesn’t
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.
Thousands of people liked Kanye’s antisemitic tweet, they can vote. Can you?
Social media’s influence on procrastination and a review of some methods to curb your social media use.
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.
Nobody cares about your Instagram stories. Sorry if that’s harsh— but it’s the truth.
Many parents in western culture hesitate to trust their kids to make good decisions when left alone, but is this the case everywhere?
The future of Utah Lake has been uncertain for a long time, but now one company is proposing to change its trajectory forever. So what do they plan to do and how will it change the life surrounding it?
What is your favorite snack? In this article, we discuss the best snacks and drinks for every mood and occasion.
Are bonsai actually impossible to care for?
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.
Are you scared for your AP tests next week? Are you confused about how you should study? Read below!
A personal critique of House Bill 11 and additional student insight on the new bill.
What prompted this rise of sneakers as a form of dress wear at dances?
Pre-competition rituals are a great way of calming the nerves and getting into race or game mode, but what are the best and worst strategies?
Rowland Hall students give their input on the top five rated online shopping sites.
A critique of modern college admissions strategy and standardized testing.