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There’s An App for That!

There’s An App for That!

Katherine Doherty, Staff Writer

December 16, 2013


Filed under News

Many people have trouble deciding how long they need to dunk their cookie in milk to make it the perfect quality for their unique taste buds. Oh wait! Obviously there’s an app for that! And it just so happens that this app was created by Aspen High School sophomore Hunter Bryant, who came up with the...

The Olympics Came Early This Year for Aspen

The Olympics Came Early This Year for Aspen

Katherine Doherty, Staff Writer

December 16, 2013


Filed under News, Sports

The sound of blades scraping the ice floats through the ARC while every girl on the rink is doing flips and spins, trying to get ready for this year’s show. Although Aspen High School does not have their own skating team, many dedicated students from AHS participate in the sport and participated in...

AHS Film Making

AHS Film Making

Stella Kaplan, Staff Writer

December 16, 2013


Filed under News

Aspen High School has given students the opportunity to get behind the camera and shoot short films by creating an AHS film club.  Students now have the chance to not just enjoy watching movies but are actually given the support to learn how to create and produce their very own films. The subject...

AHS First Snow Day of 2013

Jordan Cramer, Staff Writer

December 11, 2013


Filed under News, Video

Take a look into what Aspen High students did on their freezing, snowy day off from school

ASD’s Got Talent

ASD’s Got Talent

Jessica Tyler, Editor

December 2, 2013


Filed under News, Showcase, Uncategorized

Whether you went to the Aspen School District talent show to learn French, watch acrobatics, or hear Chris Ryerson talk about science, it was nothing short of entertaining. Everyone was there to perform and the competition was tough. At 6:00pm on Tuesday, November 19, ASD held their first talent show....

Aspen Mountain Opens Early

Aspen Mountain Opens Early

December 2, 2013


Filed under News, Uncategorized

On the weekend of November 16-17, Aspen Mountain opened early for the weekend, thanks to the incredible amounts of snow lately. On Saturday the 16th, it was dumping snow all day long, which made it a great opening day with lots of powder skiing. “It was definitely the best opening day ever becau...

Gift Baskets Bring the Holiday Spirit

Kim Sandbach, Staff Writer

December 2, 2013


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Every year, Aspen High School gives back to the community during the holidays. Over the years, the Outreach Club has coordinated a project to create gift baskets for two families in the community, and four families in the school district. “Being a kid, I am used to receiving presents over the holidays...

There is Always Room to Read

There is Always Room to Read

Kim Sandbach, Staff Writer

November 15, 2013


Filed under News, Showcase

The Room to Read Club is achieving many of its goals with great determination and lots of hard work.  The club works to spread education to others all around the world. Two years ago, the club partnered with the Roaring Fork Valley’s adult chapter of Room to Read and raised $20,000 to buil...

PRIDE

Katherine Doherty, Staff Writer

November 15, 2013


Filed under News

The cafeteria buzzes as kids stand in line to receive free cupcakes courtesy of the then Gay/Straight Alliance Club, now they have a new name to go by. PRIDE: People Really Interested In Demonstrating Equality. This club consists of about 15 people who meet every Friday during tutorial in Cerena’s...

Ryan Triece: New AHS Business Teacher

Ryan Triece: New AHS Business Teacher

Charles Van Allen, Staff Writer

November 15, 2013


Filed under News, Uncategorized

If you play football, or if you are taking a business course at Aspen High School, you have probably met Ryan Triece. He is the new Entrepreneurship teacher at the school this year, and he is also an assistant coach for the football and baseball teams. During this football season, his job was to...

Rossina, Off to Ecuador

Tess Schaftel, Staff Writer

November 11, 2013


Filed under News, Showcase

  Whether you take Spanish or not, there’s no way you have missed the famous Rossina Allen. But her ten-year journey at Aspen High School is coming to an end, and she is off to Quito, Ecuador. Allen, who was born and raisede in Colombia, isn’t just a Spanish teacher; she is a mentor, someone to laugh with, and a friend. There is no shortage of students who are g...

AEF Fundraiser Party

Caroline DeRosa, Editor

November 10, 2013


Filed under News

This year’s AEF fundraiser party at the St. Regis on Friday November 8, brought back memories from the ‘glory days’ for many adults in the Aspen community. The theme this year was “Homecoming”, and everyone attending the party was supposed to dress in black and red to show their school spirit,...