• A Different View of Donald Trump

    A Different View of Donald Trump

    Jordan Fox, Online Editor

    November 29, 2016

    In a primarily liberal community, it can be hard to voice support of the now President-Elect, for fear of being deemed a racist, bigot, or sexist. Despite the negative perception of supporters, there are many people who are unwavering in their support of Donald Trump, who do not fit any of those ide... READ MORE »»

    The President-Elect Donald Trump

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  • Pine or Plastic?

    Pine or Plastic?

    Jordana Rothberg, News Editor

    November 28, 2016

    Upon entry, the entire room smells as if a pine forest were planted into its wooden floors. Pine needles lay scattered around the trunk. The tree stands tall and proud, fully decorated in crystal snowflakes, white tulle and red and green glittering ornaments. Almost every house on the block has a tree; ... READ MORE »»

  • Remembering Leonard Cohen: the Greatest Hits

    Remembering Leonard Cohen: the Greatest Hits

    Sam Kahn, Staff Writer

    November 18, 2016

     Leonard Cohen, one of music's most epic lyricist and foremost influencers, died on Monday, Nov. 7 at his home in Los Angeles at the age of 82. In an age when music is dominated by pop-princesses and fame driven rappers, Cohen’s music is refreshingly complicated, meaningful, and full of poetry. And... READ MORE »»

    Leonard Cohen was much more than just a singer-songwriter, he was music's most enigmatic and beautiful poet

    Photo courtesy of The New Yorker

  • Adventures in a Crowded Zion

    Adventures in a Crowded Zion

    Chloe Brettmann, Staff Writer

    November 10, 2016

    Upon arrival at Zion National Park, the excitement builds for at least 20 minutes while you sit in a long line of cars, all waiting for entrance, and the chance to be isolated in total wilderness.  After about 10 minutes of staring out the windows at the same outfitter shops, I realized that I would ... READ MORE »»

    Photo By Chloe Brettmann

  • The ACT Isn’t Completely Pointless, I Promise

    The ACT Isn’t Completely Pointless, I Promise

    Jordan Fox, Online Editor

    November 9, 2016

    At the start of this summer, I was forced to start the arduous task of studying for the ACT. Despite my reluctance to begin the process, I understood how important it was to my future. It was quickly evident that this wasn’t going to be like any other test I had ever taken, and I was going to have ... READ MORE »»

    Remember the ACT isn't the end of the world

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Imitating a lifestyle through art

Imitating a lifestyle through art

Madison Osberger-Low, Staff Writer

ASPEN-There's a famous saying that "Life imitates art." The saying translates to the entire globe, where people are brought together by the true values in art through their...  Read More »

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CU Wins the South Pac 12 Division

CU Wins the South Pac 12 Division

December 5, 2016

A Different View of Donald Trump

A Different View of Donald Trump

November 29, 2016

Checking in with Hurricane Matthew’s Damages

Checking in with Hurricane Matthew’s Damages

November 28, 2016

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Olivia Oksenhorn, Editor-in-Chief

As a diehard Harry Potter fan, the announcement of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” was a dream come true. The idea of a depiction of the wizarding world in Ameri...  Read More »

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A New Side of Sedaris

December 6, 2016

Winter Wonderland December Events

Winter Wonderland December Events

December 4, 2016

Christmas Culture

Christmas Culture

November 29, 2016

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CU Wins the South Pac 12 Division

CU Wins the South Pac 12 Division

Olivia Clauss, Staff Writer

On Nov. 26, the Buffs held their ranking of 9th with a 27-22 win against Utah at Folsom Field. Despite the frigid temperatures, fans were not quick to leave. Once the clock ...  Read More »

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A Love Beyond Baseball

A Love Beyond Baseball

November 8, 2016

Aspen Equestrian Team Connects and Supports Riders of The Roaring Fork Valley

Aspen Equestrian Team Connects and Supports Riders of The Roaring Fork Valley

October 26, 2016

To Be a Senior

To Be a Senior

October 26, 2016

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Opinion

Two Perspectives on Self-discovery

Two Perspectives on Self-discovery

Madison Thomsen, Staff Writer

I’ve heard about self-discovery before, and like many other realizations, it takes place in the great outdoors. In fact, the most common time that I heard about ‘find...  Read More »

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  • How to Survive Christmas as a Jew November 14, 2016
  • Taboo words, my a*s! November 14, 2016
  • An Open Letter to Hillary Clinton November 14, 2016

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Chipotle E Coli Outbreak: Hindering Illness or Weight Loss Opportunity for BFFs?

Zoe Cramer, staff writer

Some might perceive the Chipotle Mexican Grill E Coli outbreak as an abominable mishap of what is supposed to be considered a healthy alternative for fast food. This is not the ...  Read More »

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AHS Students Embrace New Schedule Wholeheartedly

April 11, 2016

Vape God Becomes Vape King

April 11, 2016

Theres a New Lunchbox Up for Sale!!!!

April 11, 2016

Netflix Support Group Starts at AHS

Netflix Support Group Starts at AHS

April 11, 2016

“Reality Scope”

April 11, 2016

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