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Activists go online to demand climate action

A collage showing climate activists protesting virtually around the world last week.

Harper Axelman, Staff Writer

May 3, 2020

Activists go online to demand climate action This April, environmental activists had planned to march on the streets and take action aimed at the fossil fuel industry but were not able to due to the virus. However, the obstacle did not deter them\; they changed course and hosted a variety of virtual...

Spring Sports Senior Recognition: Baseball

Senior members of the Aspen High School baseball team playing together when they were younger.

Lauren Fox, Staff Writer

May 2, 2020

Due to the cancellation of spring sports, seniors who participate in boy’s and women’s lacrosse, women’s soccer, women’s golf, track and field, baseball, and women’s tennis are missing out on their Senior Night. During Senior Night, players, coaches, and parents come together to celebrate the...

COVID-19 cancels concerts

Taylor Swift singing an emotional song

Aja Schiller, Writer

April 29, 2020

Ever since the COVID-19 outbreak that has swept across the world, concerts, one of the largest aspects of the music industry, have been severely impacted. Social distancing calls for at least six feet of space between people, so hosting a crowded arena full of possibly infected fans raises questions...

History has repeated iitself, and iin the form of pandemics

A photo taaken during the 1918 pandemic of the Spanish Flu

Hannah Smith, Staff Writer

April 29, 2020

History repeating itself has been seen countless times within the past, and now with coronavirus, there is yet another time where events have unfolded in paralleled ways to events in human history. Philosopher Geroge Santayana once said, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat...

To school or not to school?

Photo courtesy of Maya Abraham and Avery Hirsch. 
Avery Hirsh and Maya Abraham posing in separate photos

Mackenzi Hart, Writer

April 29, 2020

AHS students have been forced to transfer to online learning, and with this, there have been a lot of mixed feelings about the transition. Students either love online learning and don’t ever want to go back to school, or they hate the online format and want nothing more than to go back to in-person...

21 pilots quarantine song

Josh Dun playing the drums in the newest music video

Ava Thornely, Social Media Specialist

April 29, 2020

With the chaotic world of Corona- filled with masks, loneliness, family, and being quarantined- why not make it into a song? Well, Twenty One Pilots did just that. There are only two members of the band Drummer, Josh Dun, and lead singer, Tyler Joseph. Their last album “Trench” came out in 2018,...

Celebrities are joining Tik Tok, but is it ruining the app

Celebrity singer, Jason Derulo's TikTok account that has amassed over 17 million followers and 180 millon likes.

Jenny Ellis, Staff Writer

April 29, 2020

TikTok is a social media app where approximately 800 million users create, watch, and stream content. TikTok is a place where everyday people are free to make their own 15 to 60-second clips with fun sounds and effects, with a chance of going viral on the “For You Page” (FYP). But as the app has...

Some good news

The cast of Hamilton sings to Aubrey (pictured in 2nd column from left in 3rd row from top) whose Broadway show was cancelled due to Covid-19, on John Krasinski's show, Some Good News.

Harper Axelman, Staff Writer

April 29, 2020

Some good news From hosting a virtual prom with celebrities such as Billie Eilish and the Jonas Brothers for the class of 2020 whose prom was canceled, showcasing displays of appreciation for healthcare workers, and even broadcasting from The International Space Station, one news channel is showing...

Prom dress shopping in 2020

Prom dress shopping in 2020.

Stella McAniff, Staff Writer

April 29, 2020