THE SKIER SCRIBBLER

Is Society Robbing Youth of Their Childhood?

Is Society Robbing Youth of Their Childhood?

Jordan Fox, Online Editor

March 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

We live in a society where parents are encouraged to expose their children to a variety of activities, starting at a young age, to give their children a better future. Because of this children grow up with schedules packed full of activities, leaving very little time to just be kids. Recently, when I ...

Ski Team at Sixteen

Ski Team at Sixteen

Chloe Brettmann, Staff Writer

February 27, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Sports

Does anybody remember the 2010 Vancouver Olympics when Lindsey Vonn and Julia Mancuso skied to gold and silver medals in the downhill? This was when I discovered ski racing for the first time. Like many nine year olds captivated by this same event, I was determined to become a ski racer myself, but ...

The Lego Batman Movie; Surprisingly Good

The Lego Batman Movie; Surprisingly Good

Madison Thomsen, Staff Writer

February 22, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

Last Friday I was supposed to see The Space Between Us, but it must not have been that good because it left theaters before I got the chance to see it. So instead I saw The Lego Batman Movie. Now although it was unfortunate that I couldn’t see The Space Between Us, it kind of worked in my favor. ...

G-Eazy Says “Hello”

G-Eazy Says “Hello”

Chelsea Moore, Staff Writer

February 7, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

It won’t be (G)- eazy to forget the Aspen Winter X-Games this year all because of one concert. Known to most as G-Eazy, American rapper Gerald Gillum performed Sunday afternoon, blowing the crowd’s mind with his most popular songs. Sure, I may be a bit bias since G-Eazy has always been one of m...

Women March: Making History

Zoe Cramer, Junior Editor

February 3, 2017


Filed under Opinion

My right foot stepped into a sea of pink, enthused women, men, kids, and even dogs. The ten second countdown started leading up to the Women’s March that would be in textbooks. Everyone prepared; kids overlooked the crowd from trees, elders held hands, short people peered over shoulders. We started. A r...

La La Land- The Uplifting and Heart Wrenching Story of Two Hollywood Dreamers

La La Land- The Uplifting and Heart Wrenching Story of Two Hollywood Dreamers

Chloe Brettmann, Staff Writer

February 1, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

La La Land is an, inspiring, and all around entertaining and lively film. With an original screenplay, soundtrack, and choreography, it tells the story of two Hollywood dreamers who become star-crossed lovers. It has received a record-tying 14 Oscar nominations. Mia (played by Emma Stone), a barista and as...

Whats Next For The Women’s March

Whats Next For The Women’s March

Jordan Fox, Online Editor

February 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

DENVER--My voice joined the chants of 200,000 people forming a harmony of proud and determined women and men of all ages. Throughout the last year, I have stood idly by and watched as those eligible to vote elected and supported a leader that I felt threatened my rights and the rights of large groups ...

Cooking Pros

Zoe Cramer, Junior Editor

January 13, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Over history, cooking has been pin pointed as a task for the women of the house. To be honest, my family has followed that stereotype. My has mom made dinner for my dad and the kids of the house almost every night for as long as I can remember. However, I defied these mother cooking stereotypes and ...

What if we all stopped talking about politics?

What if we all stopped talking about politics?

Chloe Brettmann, Staff Writer

January 12, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Stop talking about politics, nobody can agree, and it just upsets everybody. That is the advice we are often given. We cannot change the results of the election so why bother, it never ends well? These common pieces of advice are thrown around especially during the holidays, just weeks before Donald Trump ...

The Six Best Food Trends of 2016

The Six Best Food Trends of 2016

Madison Thomsen, Staff Writer

January 11, 2017


Filed under Opinion

As 2017 rolls in it’s time to greet some new food trends. To prepare, I decided to revisit the past food trends that characterized 2016. Amongst these innovative food items were giant wheels of cheese, cakes that looked out of this world, and even milkshakes covered with various crazy toppings. Be...

Buddakan in NYC

Buddakan in NYC

Viann Varghese, Staff Writer

January 11, 2017


Filed under Arts & Entertainment, Opinion

The stunning decor and dim lighting was something that cast an immediate curiosity. It was a mystery, and from the many people dining there at 7:30 p.m., only two and a half hours from opening, I could already tell the food was going to amazing. Buddakan, a restaurant located in the Chelsea Market a...

Shlomo’s Review

January 11, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Ever since Boogie’s Diner closed in the spring of 2015, there has been a comfort food shaped hole in our hearts. However, with the opening of Shlomo's Deli & Grill, the hole in my heart has been filled with soup, salad, mac and cheese and more. As a frequenter of Shlomo’s, I always leave...