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The Shades of Eurydice

The Shades of Eurydice

Ren Hotzfeld, Reporter May 5, 2022



Avery Stelzriede, Reporter May 3, 2022

Eamon Weber kicks off open mic with a personal poem.

Grand Slam

Ren Hotzfeld, Reporter April 29, 2022

The current blueprints for the CCSD day treatment center, which will be available to students in the near future.

Three-Winged Support

Jeremy Garza, Editor In Chief April 11, 2022

As depression, anxiety and other mental health issues run rampant in our schools, there is no way to predict what treatment will look like in the next 10-15 years. It is nearly impossible to reach every...

Photo captured from the livestream of the Eaglecrest-Cherry Creek game.

Student Section Woes

Jeremy Garza, Editor In Chief February 27, 2022

Last week, Eaglecrest boys basketball beat the Bruins in a nail-biting away game. While largely back and forth, the Raptors ultimately added one more win to their record before they begin their playoffs...

An example Wordle.

Wake Up ‘n Wordle

Marcus Turner, Reporter February 16, 2022

The latest sensation in the world of gaming has arrived -- in the form of 30 boxes. Wordle is a simple word game where you have six attempts to guess a five-letter word. And it has blown up. Released...

Candy & Covid Trivia

Candy & Covid Trivia

Trisha Balani, Magazine Editor February 9, 2022

Course Must Haves

Course Must Haves

Avery Stelzriede, Reporter February 8, 2022

Raptor Welcome Night

Raptor Welcome Night

Carter Tullio, Reporter February 7, 2022

(clockwise from top left) Akia Eggleston, a 26-year-old (DOB 09/06/1994) woman from Baltimore, Maryland, was last seen May 3, 2017; Thomas Cook, a 32-year-old (DOB 10/23/1988) man from Pueblo, was last seen Aug. 14, 2013; Lashaya Stine, a 20-year old (DOB 02/08/2000) woman from Aurora, was last seen Jul. 15, 2016; and Jermaine Williams, a 20-year-old (DOB 01/01/2001) man from Aurora, was last seen Aug. 9, 2020.

People of color are going missing at alarming rates, but receive little attention.

Marcus Turner, Reporter January 21, 2022

“Missing white woman syndrome” is the term coined to describe a phenomenon where white women who go missing are much more likely to gain national attention than people of color that go missing. The...

One of Aurora Station 13s five fire engines.

A Fiery Start to the Year

Ren Hotzfeld, Reporter January 18, 2022

After a surprisingly warm winter break, Colorado started the new year with a 6200-acre fire blazing throughout Boulder County. The fire lasted two days, destroying 1084 houses over its course. With $513,212,589...

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