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VIDEO: Australia Fires

VIDEO: Australia Fires

Jacob Tibbitts, Videographer

January 16, 2020



Unified Football Wins State

Unified Football Wins State

Jeremy Garza, Reporter

December 19, 2019

Unified Football won state for the Raptors this winter. They won the title for the sport with hard work and dedication to the team.  “It's kind of too good to be true, because our team has had to work hard through adversity, but we pushed through it and then we won,” Lucas Ingrahm said. “...

Finals Tips and Tricks

Juliette Sabre, Reporter

December 18, 2019

As the end of 2019 approaches, we are all faced with incredible stress. Between the holidays, travel, and finals, students are panicked as the end of first semester approaches Balancing school functions, vacations, assignments and finals can be difficult as most use this time to turn in missing a...

Media Literacy Bill

Simone Beauchamp, Reporter

December 18, 2019

Education is often considered the key to a successful society. And as anyone living in today’s world will know, being educated about media is increasingly crucial. Yet media literacy is not something that has been widely actualized in Colorado’s public schools.  Media literacy, the ability to access, under...

The Future of Elitch Gardens

The Future of Elitch Gardens

Hermala Solomon, Reporter

November 13, 2019

The rumors spreading about the closure of Elitch Gardens Theme and Waterpark in 2019 is indeed fake news. Denver city council did approve the development of an apartment complex known as “River Side” that is said to be developed in the same area as Elitches, but Elitches will not be closing soon due to...

Snow Day Qualifications

Snow Day Qualifications

Jeremy Garza, Reporter

November 13, 2019

The week of October 28th brought Cherry Creek School District students a late start, early dismal, and complete closure in the span of three days. There are many steps the district takes at a prediction of bad weather in local forecasts. Dark and early at 3:00 AM on the day of a potential closure or d...

Hurricane Dorian Devastates Carribean and East Coast

Edmond Kunath, Reporter

November 7, 2019

From August 24 to September 9 of this year, Hurricane Dorian, the 2nd hurricane of the season, passed through multiple countries, leaving a path of devastation along the way. One of the countries most devastated by Hurricane Dorian is the Bahamas, located in the Atlantic Ocean 181 miles East of Miami, ...

Breakfast with Legislators

Rachel Perez, Reporter

November 6, 2019

On October 23, 2019, Eaglecrest High School was given the amazing opportunity to partake in having Breakfast with the Legislators at the new CCIC building. For those who don’t know, Breakfast with the Legislators was an event offered to the Eaglecrest chapter of National Social Studies Honor Soc...

Endeavor Academy: Another Alternative to Support Students

Edmond Kunath, Reporter

November 6, 2019

This past August, the Cherry Creek Innovation Campus, or in short the CCIC opened, giving an opportunity for students as an alternative path to help students explore new areas and succeed once graduating, but there is also another schools that students have an opportunity to go to: Endeavor Academy. ...

Bully Prevention Week Overview

Chyenne Alexander, Reporter

October 24, 2019

Bully prevention week.  This is an annual event that takes place every year in October. This reason being, October is the month of Bully Prevention. This event was made in 2006 by PACER’s organization to help spread awareness to children who are being bullied or have been, and it’s become a natio...

CSU Blackface Scandal Causes Strife

Zeniya Jackson, Reporter

October 11, 2019

Racism in schools is nothing new. Exploiting racist actions and thoughts throughout social media; however, has been on the uprise; however, most of these actions are going without punishment, and people are furious. A picture of four students from CSU came to the media’s attention in late Septemb...

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