Squared Up

Squared Up

May 8, 2019

3.1415 Madness

3.1415 Madness

Vivian Hua, Copy Editor

April 4, 2019

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Black History Month

Marley Franklin, Event Coordinator

March 6, 2019

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Black History Month is a time to celebrate inspirational leaders and movements that changed the nation. The many years of oppression and people who have fought for the rights that African Americans have today do not go unre...

Captivating Cookies

Kiley Haberstroh, Advertisement Team

March 6, 2019

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As the Cookie monster likes to say, “C is for Cookie” and Crumbl Cookie sells the best-known cookies in town. If you like warm, doughy cookies, you will love the tastiness that Crumbl Cookie serves. Every week their fl...

A Strike for Better Education

Holly Rivera, Editorials Editor

March 1, 2019

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No school! Sike. While many wish their schools would shut down, for Denver Public School (DPS) students, this has become their reality. Many teachers did not want school strikes to become the ultimate outcome but, the lack o...

Frozen Solid

Frozen Solid

February 28, 2019

Trump’s Government Bill: Three Weeks of Recovery and Hope

Joshua Smith, Culture and Relations Team

February 28, 2019

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On January 25, after the infamous 35-day shutdown that left government workers in panic and without a paycheck, President Donald Trump instituted a new bill that reopened the government for the three following weeks, and refu...

Scoring College for Half the Price

Sofia Giannone, Health Editor

February 28, 2019

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What is WUE and what does it have to offer? As students get closer to graduating and applying to college, this offer becomes more prominent. WUE, also known as the Western Undergraduate Exchange is a scholarship and oppor...

Let It Snow

Let It Snow

January 24, 2019

Saddle Up for the Annual Stock Show and Rodeo

Holly Rivera, Editorials Editor

January 24, 2019

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The time has come again for rodeo competitors and livestock owners to compete to become this year's National Western Stock Show champions. This event is held every January in Denver and is one of the first events of the year fo...

New Year, New Beginnings for Colorado

Arianna Sanchez, Business and Marketing Team Member

January 22, 2019

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On Tuesday, January 8, 2019, history was made at the state capitol in Denver as Colorado's new Governor, Jared Polis (DEM.), was sworn in. Polis would replace John Hickenlooper as the 43rd governor. Born and raised in Colorado, he...

Trump’s Wall of Misfortune: Hoping for a Breakthrough

Joshua Smith, Culture and Relations Team

January 22, 2019

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As of January 23, it has been 33 days since President Donald Trump’s second government shutdown went into effect. The controversy surrounding the infamous wall across the Mexican-United States border has not only caused the ...

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