#MeToo

  On Twitter, a very popular new hashtag arose that carries a deeply impactful purpose. #MeToo has reportedly been tweeted more than 1.2 million times on Twitter. It has gained huge popularity after there were sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein. People from all over the world took the opportunity to share their experiences with…

“Happy Death Day” slays theaters

  “Happy Death Day” was released on Friday Oct. 13 2017. The movie follows a rude and slightly snotty college sorority girl, Theresa or “Tree”, on the day of her birthday. She goes through her day fairly normally until that night when someone in a baby mask murders her. She then wakes up the same…

Top ten horror movies

  Tis’ the season, not for a fat man in your chimney, but for a chill to run down your spine. Horror movies are basically a sacred tradition at this point. So, instead of having the daunting task of sifting through all the horror movies ever made, allow me to bring you the best horror…

Cheering through the drama

   They put down the mats. They start stretching. Then their coach huddles them up and tells them the plan for the day. Then the music starts. All of a sudden a girl will start flipping. And then another. And then another. Their routine is so fluent they could have their own Cirque du Soleil…

Some things you can’t undo

  “Seeing a life that would’ve been so great just suddenly gone for a really useless reason just sucks,” said Caroline Cate, Spanish teacher here at Highlands Ranch High School. Cate and David Frazier, friend of Cate, always loved to go out and have some fun.   Frazier was a senior from the years 1993…

Out of the Darkness Walk

  At Coors Field on Sept. 23, people walked around the stadium in support of suicide awareness.  People attended the Out of Darkness Walk in honor of friends and family members who had taken their lives or in support of suicide awareness.   This walk is funded by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP).…

Celebrating traditions from the beginning

  An important part of sports that has been in the sports world for a long time is traditions. Traditions, like Notre Dame’s iconic “Play Like a Champion” sign that they slap before every home game or the Green Bay Packer’s “Lambeau Leap” that they do after they score a touchdown, are examples of long…