THE SKIER SCRIBBLER

How Baseball Lost Its Bearing

October 22, 2013

As a boy growing up in New York City, I lived in a baseball world. I collected baseball cards, played in a spring little league, and even, when pops was feeling generous, I would go to watch the always exciting New York Yankees annihilate another ball club at Yankee’s Stadium in the Bronx.  But as...

Changes in Freshman Seminar

Olivia Oksenhorn, Staff Writer

October 22, 2013

When I came to AHS, I heard the same things about Freshman Seminar: it’s the class where you take notes on taking notes and get time to do your homework. Well that has changed. Freshman Seminar is no longer a class that you can pass by just showing up and being awake. Opposed to past years, where students...

You Will Be the One at Fault, If You Don’t Read This Book

Cover of The Fault In Our Stars.

Katherine Doherty, Staff Writer

October 22, 2013

High school students tend to have trouble choosing the perfect book for them to read. Many kids are just uninterested in reading. But I have a book that will meet all the needs of the typical high school student that will result in a new found love of literature and reading. What is this book you may...

More Sleep=Happier Teacher’s and Student’s

Students dozing off during spanish class missing important material.

Stella Kaplan, Staff Writer

October 22, 2013

With the tremendous amount of pressure put on teenagers to perform at peak levels it is not reasonable to expect the kids to meet their aspirations without a complete night’s. With extensive amounts of homework, demanding athletic programs, and school beginning at 8am, it is nearly impossible for kids...

Sickly Skiers

The blizzard came in right as the buzzer sounded at the homecoming football game on September 28.

Tess Schaftel, Staff Writer

October 22, 2013

It's not quite flu season yet, although it seems the entire Aspen High School student body is coughing, sneezing, and staying home from school and especially practice. Clearly, the person who has brought this nasty plague upon us has let it go viral, leaving sports teams missing their athletes. Obviously...

BOYD Not Worth the Cost

Students hard at work on thier new computers, while

Madi Cheo, Staff Writer

October 22, 2013

As I sit and write this article on my computer, I wonder what it would be like to not have this easy access every day.  The school has thought about this for many years, finally deciding that BYOD is the solution. BYOD, bring your own device, requires every AHS students to have their own computer. ...

Got Milk? Yes, It’s Chocolate!

Mo Roach, Staff Writer

February 22, 2013

Walking into the commons I see one thing that almost everyone is drinking: Sinton’s Chocolate Milk. I personally love that thick, creamy chocolate running down my throat. It’s just pleasing having that filling liquid take up space in my belly. The convenience of the milk is incredible. If I’m...