"It’s just really really fun and I hope people just leave singing the songs or going back to listen to the score because it’s really great music."
"Everybody is entitled to an opinion everywhere"
Every student and teacher has a pair of approved eclipse glasses.
More than 307 million people visited national parks in 2015, according to statistics released by the NPS, breaking its previous record of 292.8 million set in 2014. If Zion National Park in Utah is any indication, attendance at the nation’s sixth most popular park is on pace to be at an all-time high again this year. The Bulldog Press visited the park to find out the impact that all of these visitors are having on this fragile ecosystem.
Senior Foster Dennin interviews Bishop Oscar Solis about his past and his future plans for the Catholic Church in Utah. Bishop Solis also offers some advice to the Class of 2017
Some members of the girls soccer team traveled to India to empower young girls.
Students from Judge, the Choir School, and Rowland Hall protest at the Capitol
The Kennel Club, German Exchange Program, the heat in the school, Lula Deng, the Diary of Anne Frank, and more!
This could potentially sway people who are environmentally unaware to drive more efficient cars.
Meet the captain of the football team, the co-president of the dance company, and their teacher – all guys - who make up an important part of the dance program at the school
Breathing is an unconscious, instinctual every day act, until you step into the Judge Memorial concert choir rehearsal, where every breath is regulated, monitored, and counted.
Talented guitarist at Judge talks about the inspiration for his music.
Senior Daniel Kang has spent most of his life in Canada and the U.S. but now must return to South Korea to serve in that country's military.
We interviewed Bishop John C. Wester of the Diocese of Salt Lake about his work with immigration.
While most students agree that race and law enforcement is still an issue, not all of them see it as a problem in their own communities.
Cathryn Hunt is a senior at Judge Memorial Catholic High School who has contributed much to the school community including being named Homecoming Queen as well as a member of the Girls' Varsity basketball team