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Talulah Marolt Takes on Lead in the Spring Musical Cinderella

Talulah Marolt Takes on Lead in the Spring Musical Cinderella

Bella Hoffman, Staff Writer

February 1, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Talulah Marolt is a sophomore at AHS and is successfully excelling in many of her classes, but her main focus has always been theatre. She has been involved in theatre since she was seven years old and has been involved with Theatre Aspen and Theatre Masters. Marolt has been in over 10 shows, mostly m...

What’s the Deal With the Denver Airport?

What’s the Deal With the Denver Airport?

Kaelyn Kroeger, Staff Writer

January 31, 2018


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When driving on the highway leading to Denver International Airport, there is a huge 32-foot and 9,000-pound blue horse with glowing red eyes. The Denver Airport has always been the topic of several conspiracy theories that may seem outrageous. However, they could be true based on the facts, informatio...

Women’s Ski and March on Aspen Mountain

Women’s Ski and March on Aspen Mountain

Olivia Zwieg, Staff Writer

January 31, 2018


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On January 20th,  millions of people across the globe united to fight for gender equality, celebrate the resilience of women and protest many other social issues. This occurred one year after the 2017 Women’s March when the vast majority of marchers protested against Donald Trump’s administration...

O2 Yoga is Reopening in a New Location

O2 Yoga is Reopening in a New Location

Kaelyn Kroeger, Staff Writer

January 31, 2018


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408 S. Mill St., next to Wagner Park, is undertaking a drastic change.from McDonald’s fast food to an all new O2 Yoga and Pilates Studio. O2 Yoga is a studio that is currently located on Main Street. Although their business is running smoothly, the new owners, Brittany and Colter Van Domelen, ...

The Lack of Snow

The Lack of Snow

Olivia Zwieg, Staff Writer

January 31, 2018


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As much as Aspenites love extended days of sunshine, the unusual amount that they have received this year is unnatural and has caused an economic downfall within the community. On top of the delayed start to the ski season, the limited terrain and poor conditions have made it difficult for skiers to...

First X Games Medal for Teenage Snowboarder

First X Games Medal for Teenage Snowboarder

Madison Osberger-Low, Sports Editor

January 29, 2018


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After two years of a “falling streak” at X Games, Maddie Mastro, a 17-year-old from Mammoth Mountain, Calif., finally finished with her first-ever X Games medal, taking third place on Saturday night in the superpipe. The 17th Aspen X Games closed its four-day event on Jan. 28 at Buttermilk and in...

Winter Words: A Free Opportunity For Students

Winter Words: A Free Opportunity For Students

Sam Kahn, News Editor

January 26, 2018


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   Calling all aspiring writers, avid readers, and culture hounds--this year marks the 21st  anniversary of Winter Words, a signature program of Aspen Words that celebrates some of America’s leading authors and brings them to our snowy doorstep all winter long.    A literary non-profit based in the Red ...

AHS Earth Club: Working Towards a Waste Free School

AHS Earth Club: Working Towards a Waste Free School

Tatum Diemer, Staff Writer

January 13, 2018


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Throughout the last decade, global warming has gained lots of attention around the world, beginning to alarm people about the effects of humanity on our planet. As the human population keeps producing waste and other harmful substances with no end in sight, many people have begun to fight back agains...

Athlete of The Month: November 2017

Athlete of The Month: November 2017

Tessa Guthrie, Staff Writer

January 9, 2018


Filed under News, Sports

During the fall season, Aspen High School offers 8 sports and half of the student body participates in some form of athletics. Athletics aren't only beneficial to kids physically, they help develop cognitive skills such as leadership, self esteem, goal setting, and teamwork. “Athletics teach life...

iPhone X Release: Why Buy?

iPhone X Release: Why Buy?

Olivia Zwieg, Staff Writer

January 9, 2018


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We all know the feeling of buying a new iPhone, but the excitement dies down shortly after a brand new and technologically advanced iPhone comes out months later. 10 years after the original iPhone revolutionized the world, Apple’s latest product, the iPhone X, with a retail price of $1,149.00, is...

The rise of a new religion : Pastafarianism

The rise of a new religion : Pastafarianism

Gage Redman, Staff Writer

January 9, 2018


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A lot of people across the globe use religion to explain the unknown, and gain motivation and dedication. Most religions have a very sacred, spiritual, and serious vibe towards them that sometimes scares people off. Pastafarianism is a laid back, relaxed and easy going religion that also has the same...

Different Country, Same Racing Skis

Different Country, Same Racing Skis

Madison Osberger-Low, Sports Editor

January 8, 2018


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While most American kids spend their summers on the beach or at home, Chilean student athlete Carolina Jimenez, 16,  spends her summer in Aspen to race for Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club.  Jimenez grew up in Santiago, Chile,  and skis for Andes ski club during her winter ski season. She said...