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The Student News Site of Millard West High School

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The Student News Site of Millard West High School

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Students in journalism work weekly to make their stories enjoyable and informative for everyone. Journalism is something that is very important to me, as well as my peers,” senior Quinn Burton said. “I’ve actively been a part of Advanced Journalism and Yearbook everyday for the past two years and it’s been such a rewarding experience getting to use my voice in addition to sharing others voices through my stories. Throughout the years, I’ve consistently seen the amount of effort that my classmates put into their work, and it’s something that unfortunately goes unnoticed. Sometimes tackling a broadcast and news paper article each week can be a grueling task, but for most students in the Journalism program, it’s a weekly routine.”

The voices within the building

Leah Pickhinke, Staff Reporter
October 3, 2023
Students have the opportunity to connect with people at jobs. Jobs not only pay students, they offer scholarships and  experience which is arguably better than any form of payment.

Earning education through employment

Eddie Shi, Staff Reporter
March 16, 2023
Topographic by artist senior Logan Berggren, showing an abstract self portrait

Keys to an artist’s success

Bailey Christensen, Assistant Broadcast Editor
February 7, 2020
Student Press Law Center declared 2019 the Year of the Student Journalist. They hope this will bring awareness to the important work student journalists do everyday. They also hope it will help people understand the threats student publications face when it comes to censorship, budget cuts and retaliation.

Pressing need for free student press

Morgan Weir, Staff Reporter
October 3, 2019
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