HR shortens lunch period

  Starting this year, HR cut down on the school’s lunch period, leaving all students, teachers, and kitchen staff thirty minutes to respectively finish their meals, prepare for their next class, and feed all those in the lunch line.   This change in the lunch schedule was carried out for many reasons. “The change was…

Reliving the wait for “beerbongs and bentleys”

  The luxurious life of beerbongs and bentleys didn’t come easy for Austin Post, AKA Post Malone. It took years for his fame to reach the level that it is today, but it seemed like it took even longer for him to drop his album “beerbongs and bentleys,”(B&B) following his critically acclaimed album “Stoney”, released…

Edible dough, a must do!

​8501 West Bowles Avenue, Littleton, CO 80123 ​(LEVEL 1, BY DILLARDS)   I Love Crazy Dough!! is a cookie dough confectionery located in the Southwest Plaza shopping center in Littleton. This quaint shop is open 10am-9pm, Monday through Saturday and 11am-9pm on Sunday. They specialize in making edible cookie dough, excluding the raw eggs.  …

The news sizzling Sierra

  Sierra, an upscale firewood kitchen, opened in late 2017 next to the Cabela’s in Lone Tree at 10680 Cabela Drive. It is a mix between an American and Southwestern style restaurant with many home recipes as food choices. The hours open for business are 11am to 10pm everyday, serving lunch and dinner. There were…

Spectrum All In for acceptance

  Spectrum by definition from Merriam Webster is “a continuous sequence or range.” At HR, Spectrum is a club who is accepting of anyone who identifies on the gender spectrum and offers a safe place for students to be themselves with no judgement. Spectrum held a social on Friday, May 11 to offer a place…

Why walkouts aren’t effective

  Today, society thinks that it can solve its problems by not working. You heard that right, not working. Doesn’t this seem counterintuitive? In my opinion, it is and is partly why I believe that walkouts for protest are not effective at solving any problems.   First of all, walkouts aren’t done at the right…

Class of 2018 says ‘goodbye’ at graduation

  As the class of 2018 walked across the popular stage of Red Rocks Amphitheater, they crossed the line from students, to graduates, and to official adults in the world. HR students look forward to walking down the 196 steps to receive their diploma after their final year of high school. Kelsey Newman, sophomore, said,…