Crack open a book with book club

  Society as a whole has seemed to have a shift in popularity concerning books.  Where has the enjoyment of books gone? The truth is it has never left, as one club, Book Club, continues to pursue the recreation of reading.   To truly understand a message presented in a book, a conversation is key.…

Bible study addition to HR

Around HR, there are many people with different beliefs. As a student, you want to feel included in your school and find people who make you feel that way. Bonding with people that have something in common with you is a great way to meet new people and make new friends. Bible study is a…

Snowed In aids community

  With the semester coming to an end, the Positive Psychology class is trying to bring some fun to such a stressful time. Snowed In is a week of fun dress up days and a time to gather money for those in need.   Brad Odice, English teacher, said, “Snowed In is a chance for…

The fight for net neutrality

    According to The New York Times, “hundreds of protests were staged across the country on Thursday in the latest uproar over a repeal of rules ensuring an open internet.” People all across the country are filled with concern as Trump’s FCC Chairman, Ajit Pai, attempts to get rid of net neutrality. Net neutrality…

FCCLA emphasizes “community” each Thanksgiving

  According to the Census Bureau, over 45 million people in the United States live in poverty. Some only have enough money to keep a roof over their heads, let alone any left over to buy any food. For some, a Thanksgiving meal means a table with a few of the cheapest items, if there’s…

600 wins

  The clock hit zero at Arapahoe on Dec. 12, 2017. The girls basketball team picks up white pieces of paper that say ”600” on them. They run around their coach, Caryn Jarocki, and all she can do is smile. Jarocki has just become Colorado’s most winning coach of all time.    “It’s super cool. It was…