The student news site of Aspen High School


The student news site of Aspen High School


The student news site of Aspen High School


AHS students standing in line in front of anti-theft signs at the cafe during their lunch.

AHS Cafe Undergoes Changes in Reponse to Cutting, Theft and Lack of Respect

Sara Kershow, Staff Writer March 23, 2023

The AHS cafe has undergone multiple closures and remodels throughout the 22-23 school year due to issues with cutting, theft, and disrespect. There have always been a lack of courtesy at the AHS cafe,...

Chat GPT Speaks Out

Araya Thompson, Staff Writer March 14, 2023

ChatGPT is a chatbox that was developed by OpenAI on November 30, 2022. It was initially created to show what a very large AI system can accomplish; it allows people to have human-like conversations. It...

Swastika drawn on stool at Aspen High School.

Antisemitism On the Rise

Andie Sherman, Staff Writer March 7, 2023

Antisemitism has become an increasingly pervasive issue in the United States, with a rise in hate crimes against Jewish individuals and communities. This particular form of hatred has gained momentum recently,...

Quintanilla and Nettletons work displayed at Aspen Chapel.

Creative Minds Unleashed “Here”

Ava Cherry, Editor-in-Chief March 6, 2023

The Aspen Chapel Gallery’s current installment, “Here,” features the work of two Aspen High School seniors, Beckham Nettleton, and Michael Quintanilla. “Here” is a showcase of life in the...

AHS skier transposed in front of AHS.

Despite Last Year’s Warnings, Ski Day Lives On

Blake Zilberman, Staff Writer March 6, 2023

Last March, students were looking forward to a fun day of skiing. The administration had set a target attendance of 80% for the event to continue the following year. Unfortunately, attendance was only...

Teléfonos en los Bolsillos

Jazmin Soza Ortega , Staff Writer / Staff Writer February 28, 2023

Se ha organizado la ley desde el primer día de clases hasta el último día del año escolar a lo largo del tiempo, lo que no se ha respetado o quizás lo que aún no se ha discutido de manera relativa. No...

Mass Shootings 2023

Ava Cherry, Editor-in-Chief February 28, 2023

In January of this year, at least 44 mass shootings occurred in the United States. Despite efforts made throughout 2022, gun violence continues to spike. According to the Gun Violence Archive, a non-profit...

Artwork on Americas Universal Truths

Truth in Politics: Congressman George Santos

Oceane Jones, Editor-In-Chief February 9, 2023
‘“What he always looked for was fame and power,” Vilarva explains, “That’s all he cared about and he got it.”’
Stevie Nicks preforming at the 2022 JAS concerts.

Bringing the Jazz Back to JAS

Elsa Tullar, Staff Writer January 30, 2023

The lineup for Labor Day 2023 is breathtaking: The Brothers Osborne, Old Dominion, and–drum roll, please…The Lumineers! JAS gives a unique opportunity to enjoy these artists. Jazz Aspen Snowmass...

Kate Corns classroom, which has been restored after flooding during winter break.

AHS Plumbing Causes Flood Over Winter Break

Stella Iverson, A&E Editor January 30, 2023

AHS’ plumbing issues are known for causing disgusting smells and freezing cold science rooms. On December 18th, Sunday morning, a broken pipe caused Kate Corn’s classroom to flood. Why has this...

Sallinen Makes X-Games Debut as This Year’s Youngest Superpipe Athlete

Lexi Munro, Staff Writer January 25, 2023

Jon Sallinen, a Finnish half pipe skier and alumni of the Colorado Rocky Mounrtain School (CRMS) in Carbondale, received his first invitation to the 2023 X-Games, and will compete this Friday, January...

Seniors print their hands onto Huggards Eagle Project on December 15th.

Flying High as an Eagle

Harper Axelman, Editor-in-Chief January 10, 2023
Only 8% of all members of Boy Scouts of America (BSA), earn Eagle Scout, according to BSA data in 2019.
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