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THE SKIER SCRIBBLER

The student news site of Aspen High School

THE SKIER SCRIBBLER

AHS food services staff.

Love Letter to AHS Food Service

Olivia Cook, Opinion and A&E Editor February 7, 2024

In light of Valentine’s Day, our food service and staff are highlighted and appreciated for the continuous effort and love put into our food at AHS. As a school, we are beyond lucky to have such healthy...

A 2010 survey on domestic violence rates by gender and ethnicity.

How to be sexy on Valentines Day

Stella Iverson, Editor-In-Chief February 2, 2024

With Valentine's Day coming up it is important to remember and support those who have been through or know someone who has been through any kind of sexual violence. The class of 2024 is making their way...

Women holding signs of protest outside the UN Headquarters in Jerusalem on November 27, 2023.

Sexual Assualt in Conflict: A Double Standard

Quintessa Frisch, Editor-In-Chief February 1, 2024

As stated by the Global Fund for Women, “The ability to live free from violence is a basic human right.” Why should this be neglected when it comes to Israeli and Jewish women? As stated by Me Too,...

Aspen in all its beauty!

A Love Letter to Aspen

Addy Chrisensen, News and Sports Editor January 30, 2024

Dear Aspen, I know we haven't known each other for long, but heck, I feel like I’ve known you forever. Secretly I know you’ve always been there, in the back of my mind waiting for me to realize...

Sticker from Garrett Seddon telling people to “Stop The Prop”. These stickers will be found on doors that have been propped open to encourage students to stop leaving doors open.

Closed Campus

Alexis Berger, Staff Writer January 16, 2024

Aspen High School students wish that a closed campus wasn’t something that we have to abide by. Yet, the rules imposed by administrators don’t allow students other than seniors to leave campus at any...

Drug Overdose and the Availability of Narcan

Olivia Cook January 16, 2024

According to The World Health Organization, "Worldwide, in 2019, about 600,000 deaths were attributable to drug use. Close to 80% of these deaths are related to opioids, with about 25% of those deaths...

The Clocks are out to get You

Marley Rich, Staff Writer January 16, 2024

BEEP, BEEP, BEEP - after cracking open your eyes to a dark room and one less hour of sleep, it is obvious that today will not be a good day. It is no secret that Daylight Savings is not fun, but it is...

Does Money Equal Happiness? Recent Evidence Suggests it Does

Khalil Khan Farooqi, Staff Writer January 16, 2024

People throughout history have debated the question, “Does money equal happiness?” There is an accurate, definite answer that suggests the two are more related than we think However, there is another...

AHS Culture

Greta Holton, Staff Writer January 16, 2024

Aspen High School may look modern from the outside, but from the inside, it is full of a culture of its own. National Geographic should document the wild actions passed down from class to class. Day after...

Teens pose for a photo in City Market, wearing Moon Boots.

Hot Take: Moon Boots are NOT a Hot Take.

Gia Galindo Bartley, Opinion and A&E Editor January 16, 2024

Moon Boots: Formally Aspen's favorite piece of tourist gear, most commonly paired with microwave jackets and lip filler. Brought to the world of ski resort-chic in the 70s and is now unfortunately, a trend...

The senior class poses on Lower Moore Field on Aug. 24., 2023.

A Letter to the Senior Class of ’24

Elsa Tullar, Editor-in-Chief January 16, 2024

Dear AHS Seniors, I am writing to you in response to this chaotic and challenging time we are all facing right now. As we approach the beginning of the end of our high school journey, I find myself reflecting...

Quintessa Frisch and Elsa Tullar burnt out after doing layout for the Skier Scribblers October issue.

The Challenge of Student-Athlete Burnout

Sara Michelin, Staff Writer January 16, 2024

At AHS, many student-athletes participate in multiple athletic seasons. Our community holds athletes to high standards and as winter sports are in session, student-athletes are faced with various challenges....

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