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DWP: Driving While on a Phone

Kendan Cartwright, Staff Writer May 21, 2024

Lawmakers have finally passed a bill that criminalizes any use of cell phones while driving. This will cause Colorado to join the 27 other states with the same law. While hands-free use is still permitted,...

Rappers Drake and Kendrick Lamar have been releasing diss tracks about each other over the past week

Kendrick and Drake Fight, Everyone Loses

Kaylee Ledgerwood, Staff Writer May 14, 2024

Drake and Kendrick Lamar have had long lasting drama between them which has gotten worse over the past weekend with both of them releasing diss tracks about each other. The feud between the two rappers...

FAFSA Delays Push CU, CSU Enrollment

FAFSA Delays Push CU, CSU Enrollment

Carson Birdsall, Staff Writer May 14, 2024

In a bid to adapt to the ever evolving challenges facing higher education, Colorado’s two largest universities, Colorado State University (CSU) and the University of Colorado Boulder (CU Boulder), have...

Upcoming Solar Eclipse Can be Seen Everywhere but SVVSD

Upcoming Solar Eclipse Can be Seen Everywhere but SVVSD

Philimon Sang, Staff Writer April 19, 2024

On April 8th, 2024, North America experienced its second solar eclipse in seven years and its last total solar eclipse for more than twenty years. The eclipse started in Mexico going northeast through...

Oscar Baca, a construction worker with Ballie Stucco, applies stucco to a new home in Colorado Springs on March 7, 2013. A new study shows construction workers face increased rates of stress and depression.

Suicides Spike for Colorado Construction Workers

Conner Pickett, Staff Writer April 5, 2024

Usually, when someone thinks of accidents and deaths in the construction field, their mind goes to stuff like falling, crashed equipment, or electrocutions. Recent studies, however, have found that there...

Graduation is an event many look forward  too. It represents growing up and starting new things being able to be totally yourself and represent who you are is important to many students.

CO Bill Ensures Students Can Graduate with Honors

Conner Pickett, Staff Writer March 29, 2024

Like many rites and rituals, graduation is a cultural touchstone as well as an academic event. For many families, their proudest moments are seeing a child graduate--this is especially true of families...

I Matter is all about embracing your true self and being who you really want to be.

If You Need Help, Remember I Matter

Emma Phillips, Sports Editor March 26, 2024

One of Colorado's most important mental health programs might soon disappear. I Matter, a youth resource program providing mental health services to teens across the state, will run out of funding by July,...

New sports app is expected to be advanced and reestablished compared to other sports apps.

Sports Streaming Gets an Upgrade

Carson Birdsall, Staff Writer March 12, 2024

In the coming fall of this year, ESPN, FOX, and Warner Bros. Discovery have joined forces to release a groundbreaking new sports app. This alliance brings a new era of immersive and interactive sports...

Colorado joined 14 other states in holding its Democratic and Republicans Presidential Primary Elections on March 5, 2024. These primaries went well for both President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump. Biden won the Democratic contest with 83% of the vote while Trump won 63% of the Republican vote. Though both candidates are clearly popular in their respective parties, they are also facing similar challenges from a critical electorate.

Biden, Trump Sweep Colorado Primaries

Brandon Coon, Staff Adviser March 7, 2024

President Joseph R. Biden and former President Donald J. Trump both claimed victory in their respective Colorado primaries on March 5. Biden received 83% of the vote for the Democratic Party nomination,...

The Megan vs Nicki drama had fans from both going crazy over their tracks and their back and forth drama kept fans on their toes. N

Battle of the Baddies

Iyonna Moore, Social Media Manager March 6, 2024

In hip-hop, there is talent, ambition, which means clashes are bound to happen. Two women in the industry, Megan Thee Stallion and Nicki Minaj, found themselves at the center of a storm of controversy....

The Supreme Court Building in Washington D.C. where the court ruled 9-0 that a state cannot decide that a candidate for President cannot run due to the Insurrection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Less unanimous was the Courts thoughts on who could decide this matter, with four judges filing concurrent opinions disagreeing with the majority that Congress has to pass a law about it. This case originated from a lawsuit filed by four Colorado Republicans and two Independents wanting Donald Trump removed from Colorado ballots because of his actions during the January 6 Government Insurrection.

SCOTUS Dumps Trump Ballot Bump

Brandon Coon, Staff Adviser March 5, 2024

On Monday, the US Supreme Court struck down a decision by the Colorado Supreme Court issued in December that ordered Donald Trump's name to be kept off the Republican primary ballot. Colorado's suit cited...

A huge and lasting problem about foster care has cam to surface finally. Colorado had hope to help out foster kids.

Colorado Legislators Push Foster Child Freedoms

Kaya Paluda, Editor in Chief February 23, 2024

In recent news Colorado lawmakers are in conflict over the ‘Bill of Rights’ which guarantees gender pronouns as well as freedom from religious activities for foster youth. Monday January 29th republicans...

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