Finals: Adjusting to the era of online

Many students and teachers alike have struggled with the constant change in environment and adjustments this year. While most things have become easier, the one challenge that has many nervous is final exams. There are many factors that are harder to control over the computer, such as cheating, plagiarism, and incompletion. Gavin Winkel, junior, said... Continue Reading →

Gabby Cropper

Gabby Cropper, age 16, died on Oct. 22, 2020. She was born in Littleton, CO and raised in Highlands Ranch to parents Mike Cropper and Tracy Cropper. Gabby was a junior at HR, and also has a younger sister, Elizabeth Cropper, who is a freshman at Ranch, and an older brother Jack Cropper, who is... Continue Reading →

Teaching in the online learning era

On March 23, 2020, Governor Jared Polis announced that all Colorado schools would stop all in-person classes until the end of the school year. As a result, school hallways were emptied, textbooks started to collect dust and classes were conducted from teachers’ homes. A “no harm” grading method was implemented at the end of the... Continue Reading →

A look into the world of car meets

During this school year, people have found lots of new ways to have fun with their friends, with most trying new things. One of the activities that some are trying and enjoying are going to car meets, which usually happens at night on Fridays or Saturdays. These car meets are about car enthusiasts gathering together... Continue Reading →

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