Eleanor & Park Review

Katherine Doherty, Staff Writer

January 9, 2014


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

Most people are bored of the classic love story. They want something different, something that will tug at their heart strings in a new way, and do I have a book for them. Eleanor & Park is a new teen novel written by Rainbow Rowell that illustrates the love story of two teens in the eighties. Rowell...

Favorite Holiday Movies

Audrey Sichel, Editor

December 18, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

  Recommended by sophomore Katherine Doherty This movie is about two women who feel worse than ever just before the holidays. In the spur of the moment, they choose to switch homes where they find happiness within all of the drama around them. The Holiday is perfect for anyone who n...

The First Innovative Smartwatch

The First Innovative Smartwatch

Mackenzie Conner, Staff Writer

December 16, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

In such a high-paced society, people are always striving to get ahead. Technology companies have been working on products that work on a parallel to these fast lifestyles, and finally, one company has come out with a possible break through. Samsung’s most recent product, The Samsung GALAXY Gear, is...

Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues

Charlie Van Allen, Staff Writer

December 16, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

“Jesus, Macarthur, Jay Z the great ones always return and when they do one thing is for sure, their hair will be perfect,” says one of the trailers of one of the most anticipated movies this year, Anchorman 2. The original Anchorman, arguably the funniest movie of the 21st century, gets its long-a...

Delirium: Is Love in Fact a Disease?

Delirium: Is Love in Fact a Disease?

Tiana Perry, Staff Writer

December 16, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

Imagine a world without love. In this world love is considered a disease, you can be infected by what we know as a feeling of deep affection. Although Delirium may be considered just another futuristic sci-fi romance book, it has one very interesting story line. The novel Delirium by Lauren Oliver gives ...

2013: Year in Review

Jordan Cramer, Staff Writer

December 16, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

As 2013 comes to an end, we all scurry to make up New Year’s resolutions that will better us as a person. As we are trying to improve ourselves in Aspen, Hollywood is reflecting upon the gossip, hookups, and scandals of celebrities who have impacted our year in irrational or positive ways. The number one most talked about person of 2013 is Miley C...

Catching Fire

Caroline DeRosa, Editor

November 22, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Uncategorized

If it’s possible, some believe that it could be more of a hit than One Direction’s new album. Teenagers have been waiting on lines for three days now, camping out so they won’t lose their spot in line. Could this be America’s new favorite series? Catching Fire, the sequel to the Hunger Games,...

Quite the Production

Maria King

November 22, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

“We’re gonna be the producers of a great big Broadway flop!” If that doesn’t seem too contradictory for a story about success, then I don’t know what does. Surprisingly, however, the contradiction is what makes the show that much more enjoyable. Aspen Community Theater brought Mel Brooks’...

Six Word Memoirs Of Gratitude

Six Word Memoirs Of Gratitude

Journalism Staff

November 21, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, the AHS Journalism class wrote six-word memoirs focused on those things for which we are grateful this time of year. “Four years, newspaper. Never gets old.” –Fresh Trax veteran “A full belly, a good thing.” -18-year-old turkey lover “Saturday, going back to...

Sweater Weather

Sweater Weather

Tiana Perry, Staff Writer

November 15, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

As the weather changes, so must fashion. Although you don’t want to let go of the warm weather, late nights, and summer clothes, it all must be put away. . Living in Aspen we are lucky enough to get the extremes of all seasons, and with each season comes a new “look” for everyone. As summer transitions...

Halloween Costumes, Events, and Recipes

Jessica Tyler, Editor

October 30, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Uncategorized

Every Halloween, someone shows up to school in the clichéd cat costume, so this year to avoid the overused cat ears, take a look at these new fun and easy ways to improvise costumes: 1)    Fork in the Road. Everyone owns a black tee shirt, so all you will need to find for this costume is a...

Kings Of Leon

Charlie Van Allen, Staff Writer

October 22, 2013


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion, Uncategorized

Kings of Leon, the shaggy, longhaired indie rock group, has taken the UK and the US by storm, with hits like “Use Somebody” and “Supersoaker.” Their 7th album, Mechanical Bull, is a long-awaited follow up to their 2010 album, Come Around Sundown.    Mechanical Bull, starts out with thre...