• Senioritis is Real

    Senioritis is Real

    Zak DeBaggis, Author

    April 24, 2017

    As the end of the year continues to wind down senioritis has spread to about 550 students of the senior class. Yes, this is real. I once was a skeptic of this strange disease known as senioritis, I'd think "that's never going to happen to me."  That is until I caught the disease. It was about January...

    Credit: http://www.inklingsnews.com/tag/senioritis/

  • Power Your Playlist: Abandon the Rhythm Rut

    Power Your Playlist: Abandon the Rhythm Rut

    Olivia Janicek, Spear Contributor

    April 17, 2017

    There's nothing quite like plugging in your headphones and letting the music blur time and reality. A simple melody can send you soaring and lyrics can leave you breathless. It's springtime. New music is alive in the air and talk of summer concerts is thriving. However, it's still plausible to find oneself...

  • Colorado Weather

    Colorado Weather

    Grace Adamson, Herald Reporter

    April 17, 2017

    In case you haven't noticed, the weather is pretty different. Having snow one week and having 70 degrees the next. With the weather so unpredictable, it’s hard to make plans outside and not know whether you should wear your heavy winter coat or a short sleeve shirt. The average temperature for the middle of A...

  • Hot Starts Around the MLB

    Hot Starts Around the MLB

    Turner Pruitt, Reporter

    April 14, 2017

    We are nearly 2 weeks into  the 2017 MLB season, and a handful of players are off to incredibly hot starts. While some of these players’ early success is not too much of a surprise, others have unexpectedly turned some heads. So, here are 3 of the top performances since Opening Day.   Yoe...

  • Donald Trump And Syria

    Donald Trump And Syria

    Nathan Holmes, Author

    April 14, 2017

    Prologue: Soon after Donald Trump became the President, he proposed a travel ban, that restricted immigration, including refugees. It experienced a lot of haters, and was eventually shut down by the 9th Circuit. He is currently working on a new version of the previous ban. Recently, a chemical weapons attack in Sy...

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  • Colorado Rockies off to Strong Start

    Colorado Rockies off to Strong Start

    Keegan Fulwider, Zach Goodman, and Reid Conant

    April 14, 2017

    The revamped bullpen of the Colorado Rockies and the hot start of the bottom of the order has propelled them to a 7-4 record, earning them the 8th spot on ESPN’s MLB power rankings. The Rockies weakest point last year, their bullpen, could be their best asset this year. Colorado is usually driv...

  • Sleep, Stress, Repeat

    Sleep, Stress, Repeat

    Murielle Hecomovich, Reporter

    April 14, 2017

    As school starts to become more demanding, it is easy to become stressed. Stress is a thing most teenagers experience, but there is a way to prevent and even reduce the stress. Throughout Arapahoe, there are a lot of awesome resources students can use to help manage stress and get organized. I talked to...

  • Michelle Obama’s Legacy in Public School Nutrition

    Michelle Obama’s Legacy in Public School Nutrition

    Courtney Brown, Journalist

    April 14, 2017

    I vividly remember the day in 5th grade when both the Friday pizza and the lunch ladies that distributed it were quickly and quietly replaced. Walking in from an off period last Wednesday, I was again reminded of the subtle changes that had occurred in public school nutrition when I was unable to purchase ...

  • Men’s Volleyball at Arapahoe

    Men’s Volleyball at Arapahoe

    Vivianna DeNittis, Herald Reporter

    April 14, 2017

    Men's Volleyball is a relatively new sport at Arapahoe High School. The club was started by Quinn Miller, an Arapahoe alumni, in the spring of 2016. The club is gaining momentum as they gain new teammates each season. This current season there was a new level added, to allow for more room for players. The ...

Glory for Sergio at Augusta

Glory for Sergio at Augusta

Henry Kline, Reporter

For a brief moment it seemed as though Sergio Garcia would have to wait yet again for his first major win. Missing the cup on the last hole to go ahead and win the Masters had faithful Garcia fans a nervous wreck. But when...

April 17, 2017No Comments

Hot Starts Around the MLB

Hot Starts Around the MLB

April 14, 2017

Boy’s Lacrosse Eaglecrest Preview

Boy’s Lacrosse Eaglecrest Preview

April 14, 2017

Colorado Rockies off to Strong Start

Colorado Rockies off to Strong Start

April 14, 2017

Men’s Volleyball at Arapahoe

Men’s Volleyball at Arapahoe

April 14, 2017

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Senioritis is Real

Senioritis is Real

Zak DeBaggis, Author

As the end of the year continues to wind down senioritis has spread to about 550 students of the senior class. Yes, this is real. I once was a skeptic of this strange disease...

April 24, 2017No Comments

Colorado Weather

Colorado Weather

Grace Adamson, Herald Reporter

In case you haven't noticed, the weather is pretty different. Having snow one week and having 70 degrees the next. With the weather so unpredictable, it’s hard to make plans outs...

April 17, 2017No Comments

Books to Make You Love Reading Again

Books to Make You Love Reading Again

Walter Wacaser, Reporter

A lot of students at AHS don't read a lot. We are too caught up with homework, sports, and other activities. We may be forced to read a book for English, but it’s usuall...

April 14, 2017No Comments

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Steve Stephens at large

Steve Stephens at large

Jonathan Asphaug

On this last Easter Sunday, at around 2pm in Cleveland, Ohio, a 37 year old man named Steve Stephens, began his brutal rampage. It began walking down a street in Cleveland and filming himself ranting about his girlfriend,...

April 17, 2017No Comments

Donald Trump And Syria

Donald Trump And Syria

Nathan Holmes, Author

Prologue: Soon after Donald Trump became the President, he proposed a travel ban, that restricted immigration, including refugees. It experienced a lot of haters, and was eventually shut down by the 9th Circuit. He is curr...

April 14, 2017No Comments

George Brauchler Running for Governor.

George Brauchler Running for Governor.

Rory O´Donnell, Reporter

Who is he? Colonel George Brauchler is the District Attorney (D.A.) over the 18th Judicial District which includes Arapahoe, Douglas, Elbert and Lincoln counties. When Col. Brauchler was younger he applied for West Po...

April 14, 2017No Comments

US Launches Airstrikes on Syria: Heroic or Foolish?

US Launches Airstrikes on Syria: Heroic or Foolish?

Zak DeBaggis, Author

On Thursday, April 6, 2017, the United States officially took action against the Syrian government, led by Bashar al-Assad. This took place days after a chemical bombing was used against the Syrian people. Syria has been...

April 7, 2017No Comments

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Donald Trump And Syria

Donald Trump And Syria

Nathan Holmes, Author

Prologue: Soon after Donald Trump became the President, he proposed a travel ban, that restricted immigration, including refugees. It experienced a lot of haters, and was eventually shut down by the 9th Circui...

April 14, 2017No Comments

Michelle Obama’s Legacy in Public School Nutrition

Michelle Obama’s Legacy in Public School Nutrition

April 14, 2017

The Danger of Encouragement

The Danger of Encouragement

April 14, 2017

Are Smartphones Really Making Us Smarter?

Are Smartphones Really Making Us Smarter?

April 14, 2017

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