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Lisa Zhu(middle) alongside her international friends visiting the Grand Canyon in February of 2021
La Cultura Cura
Jasmine Aguilar, Sports Editor • April 15, 2021
My Self Perpetuated Myth
My Self Perpetuated Myth
Kirsten Sumampong, Entertainment Editor • March 31, 2021
Olivia Thomas is comforted by Kaitlyn Woods and David Kale in a performance of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee
Spelling’s Not That Easy
Olivia Thomas, Op/Ed Editor • March 10, 2021
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JD Boys Basketball celebrates its regional championship victory.
Pro Comparisons for JD's Senior Hoopers
Parker Chamberlain, Staff Writer • April 23, 2021
People Who Run For Fun
People Who Run For Fun
Emma Shami, Staff Writer • March 30, 2021
The cheer team performing their halftime performance at the Ogden basketball game.
Stunting in Silence
Kirsten Sumampong, Entertainment Editor • February 10, 2021
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99: The Future Issue
99: The Future Issue
May 11, 2020

The Speaking Eagle staff takes a look at the future: where will be in 20 years? Where will seniors be next year? What advice do seniors have for freshmen? Beyond that, we look at electric cars, exploding knee caps, and of course, coronavirus.

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99: The Emotion Issue
99: The Emotion Issue
March 23, 2020

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99: The Techno Issue
99: The Techno Issue
March 16, 2020

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Bleach, Rinse, Dye … Repeat

Annie Harris, 99 Editor-in-Chief
March 1, 2021

99 Editor in Chief talks about the journey and effects hair bleach and dye had on her hair and the way hair made her self confidence better and worse at times

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You Are Your Own Soulmate, Time to Act Like It

Kirsten Sumampong, Entertainment Editor
February 22, 2021

Take a bath, light a candle, and drink some tea: the cliches of the self care world. No matter the circumstance that got you to the place where you need to take a self care day, it is always the same advice. But for anyone who has taken up those tasks, I ask: does that stuff actually work? I know that personally, no matter how many baths I take or cups of tea that I drink, that is not how I can feel...

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CafeTIERia

Max Merhi, Editor-in-Chief
March 3, 2021

School lunches are either notoriously good or infamously bad. Obviously, taste is subjective, but I’m going to be rating some of the best and worst school lunches in a tier list(be warned, there are some hot takes). I’d also like to mention that I will not be including snacks or sides like fries and mozzarella sticks; I will be sticking purely to meals. Also, I will only be ranking the meals that...

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Songs That Mean Something Right Now

Ashley Hemmersmeier, Editor-In-Chief
May 4, 2020

Through thick and thin music gets us through anything, Miss Rona. Music is something that keeps everyone together and connected. For me, music has been one thing that has kept me sane and not feeling alone in this tough time. So, I thought sharing a few songs is overdue.            Safe by Nico Santos This is one of my favorite songs. Whenever...

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