An Innocent Man- Dead

An Innocent Man- Dead

What Went Down in Beavercreek, Ohio By: Morgan Billingsley John Crawford, a twenty-two year-old African American man, didn’t know that when he walked into the Beavercreek, Ohio Wal-Mart, on August 5, it would be his last time to ever do so. He picked up a MK-177 (.177 caliber) pellet/BB gun with intent to purchase, and […]

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Wearing Pink By: Hannah Kobayashi While breast cancer may not seem to be a growing concern, the truth is that one in eight people are diagnosed with it. It affects the lives of many and their families. Annabelle Peterson, a sophomore at Ponderosa High School, has had to personally understand the extent of this disease. […]

United In Orange

United In Orange

Broncos v. Seahawks in Super Bowl XLVIII By: Erika Lane Football is not just a sport here in Colorado. To Broncos fans, it’s a way of life. It’s no secret that in years past, it’s been rough to be a Denver fan, especially in 2010 when the team finished the season with a record of 4-12. […]

Rosetta Spacecraft

Rosetta Spacecraft

A Space Miracle By: Izzy Schneyer January 20th, 2014, marked a day to remember for knowledgeable scientists around the world and avid “space-crazies”. The European Space Agency’s Rosetta Spacecraft arose from its 31-month deep hibernation. Launched in March of 2004, the Rosetta craft surged toward 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko, a comet four kilometers wide orbiting close to Jupiter. […]

#StopRapeCulture

#StopRapeCulture

By: Brianna Collins There are two types of pains… one that hurts and one that changes.  Some crimes are so entirely horrendous they manage to accomplish both. Does it sound strange if a person is afraid to be alone in public places? After dark? The fear of rape plagues every woman at some point in […]


Sports

The Denver Broncos

Orange and Blue is the New Black By: Makayla Kranig The NFL has been making a lot of changes, both on and off of the field. The new Drug and Domestic Policies led to certain players’ suspensions or being released by the team to new rules that better prevent head injuries and concussions. Karl Mecklenburg, […]

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Campus

Winter Is on Its Way

Snowboarding Season is on the Rise By: Makayla Kranig Juniors Travis Hoffarth and Aidan Rickard are both avid snowboarders and are writers for the “Angry Snowboarder,” a website that is different from many other snowboarding sites. It offers product reviews as well as a distinct take on snowboarding. When asked about their experience with writing […]

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Opinion

Halloween Harlots

Halloween Harlots

Let’s be honest: A legitimate nurse, French maid, or an Eskimo would never wear the costumes seen on Halloween. If an Eskimo did wear a tiny fluffy dress and big furry boots, they would freeze and die of hypothermia. A maid wouldn’t clean a house in six-inch stilettos, and if a nurse showed that much […]

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People Features

Winter Is on Its Way

Snowboarding Season is on the Rise By: Makayla Kranig Juniors Travis Hoffarth and Aidan Rickard are both avid snowboarders and are writers for the “Angry Snowboarder,” a website that is different from many other snowboarding sites. It offers product reviews as well as a distinct take on snowboarding. When asked about their experience with writing […]

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Recent Articles

Isis

Isis

Isis Refugees Find Shelter By: Jade Dahlem Iraqi Christians are finding refuge at Jordan church, which is more than willing to help those in need in any way they can. The ISIS group came into the northern part of Iraq, and declared that all of the christians of Qaraqosh and Mosul had to either convert […]

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The Denver Broncos

Orange and Blue is the New Black By: Makayla Kranig The NFL has been making a lot of changes, both on and off of the field. The new Drug and Domestic Policies led to certain players’ suspensions or being released by the team to new rules that better prevent head injuries and concussions. Karl Mecklenburg, […]

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Winter Is on Its Way

Snowboarding Season is on the Rise By: Makayla Kranig Juniors Travis Hoffarth and Aidan Rickard are both avid snowboarders and are writers for the “Angry Snowboarder,” a website that is different from many other snowboarding sites. It offers product reviews as well as a distinct take on snowboarding. When asked about their experience with writing […]

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Spiral of Silence Phenomena

Spiral of Silence Phenomena

Social Media’s Surprised Outcomes By: Brianna Collins The idea of having the power to partake in a discussion at any time, share experiences and ideas, all at someone’s finger tips, is oddly futuristic, or, at least it used to be.  Now, nearly one in four people worldwide will used social networks in 2013. The number […]

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American Education

American Education

A Teacher’s Perspective By: Sarah Weller Despite being one of the wealthiest countries in the world, America’s rankings in education are nothing to brag about. The US was recently ranked 29th in math, 22nd in science, and 19th in reading out of 65 developed countries. However, the US is spending more money per student than […]

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Nightmare in the Sky

Nightmare in the Sky

JetBlue Flight 1416 Blows An Engine During Flight By: Maddy Gomez On Thursday, September 18, passengers aboard JetBlue flight number 1416 were sent into a panic as the plane blew an engine in the air. They say they heard a pop, followed by vibrations, and within 10 to 15 minutes, the cabin was filled with […]

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Boy’s Golf

Boy’s Golf

PGA’s Next Star Player Daniel Mastrobuono By: Makayla Kranig Every year on the 11th of October, the nation celebrates coming out as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer, Asexual, Pansexual, or an Ally. The first actual National Coming-Out Day was observed 26 years ago, on the 2nd anniversary of the National March on Washington for Lesbian […]

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National Coming-Out Day

National Coming-Out Day

Gay Pride By: Sarah Kullman Every year on the 11th of October, the nation celebrates coming out as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered, Queer, Asexual, Pansexual, or an Ally. The first actual National Coming-Out Day was observed 26 years ago, on the 2nd anniversary of the National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights by […]

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Isis Threats

Isis Threats

Horrifying Isis Attacks By: Erika Ursich Just recently, there has been an outbreak of fights against Syria and Iraq with a resistant group called ISIS. ISIS’s main goal is to overrun towns in Syria and Iraq so they can collect as many resources as possible. Due to the fact that these lie in the category […]

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Dangerous Apps

Dangerous Apps

There’s An App for That By: Emily Kobayashi Within the realm of technology, there are applications that were safe, but are now are dangerous.  People are starting to create new software causing issues amongst people.  “Key me,” is an app designed to copy and personalize keys, scan and cut a duplicate key, and mail it […]

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Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness

Genocide Never Again By: Emily Kobayashi Colorado Coalition for Genocide Awareness and Action (CCGAA) is an organization created to challenge society to raise awareness of genocides past and present and to stop them in of the future.  “Genocide is the systematic destruction by a government of racial, religious, or ethnic groups; this means any action […]

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An Innocent Man- Dead

An Innocent Man- Dead

What Went Down in Beavercreek, Ohio By: Morgan Billingsley John Crawford, a twenty-two year-old African American man, didn’t know that when he walked into the Beavercreek, Ohio Wal-Mart, on August 5, it would be his last time to ever do so. He picked up a MK-177 (.177 caliber) pellet/BB gun with intent to purchase, and […]

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