Are Frantic Finals Profitable or Pointless?

Tenley Kruse, Voice Section Editor

December 14, 2018

Filed under Voice

The holiday season is generally perceived as a magical time. For many high schoolers, though, the magic has dissipated. As winter storms blow in, signifying the semester’s conclusion, they carry along stress for students acros...

State of the Public School System

Jiah Cooper, Staff Writer

December 14, 2018

Filed under Voice

The American education system is a massive subject for debate, and one which involves multiple angles to view it. Should we look at it through an economic lens? A political lens? Or even a psychological one? Even once you decide which...

After the Midterms: What Change Are Students Fighting For?

Sydney Horn, Editor-in-Chief

December 14, 2018

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This year’s midterms had particularly high stakes with gun control legislation on the line, and by extension, the lives of students. Ever since the shooting in Parkland, Florida on February 14, 2018, gun control has been heat...

How Bullying Affects Us All

Michael Poisson, Staff Writer

November 16, 2018

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When someone decides to become a bully, they decide to ruin someone's day, or even life. Bullying isn’t limited to hurtful words- it can include physical abuse, or cyberbullying from teens’ phones. Bullying can cause frus...

Why Should Students Get Involved?

Sydney Horn, Editor-in-Chief

November 16, 2018

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Today's world can be quite overwhelming for students, from college application deadlines to dealing with deteriorating mental health on a daily basis. Yet some students are stepping up and using their voice to create the chang...

Why the Buffaloes are Nothing Without Laviska Shenault Jr.

Grant McGann, Staff Writer

November 14, 2018

Filed under Sports, Voice

As the regular season winds down, and the playoff bracket and bowl schedule grows closer, the Colorado Buffaloes are crashing and burning like no other team in college football. They are the sore thumb of the Pac-12 conference...

The Extrovert Ideal: How Teachers Favor Personalities

Tenley Kruse, Voice Editor

November 14, 2018

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Walking into a classroom, you’ll probably find desks arranged in pods and children conversing. The uprise of group work promotes collaboration between students; however, collaboration and learning became synonymous in some teachers’...

Gun Violence Isn’t Stopping–Are Lockdowns Enough?

Abigail Dieterichs, News Editor

November 14, 2018

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All over America, gun violence occurs, is broadcasted, and then we put it out of our minds. We remember Columbine in 1999, only a few miles away. We remember Parkland just this year, and the impact it had on our country as its...

The Choice is Yours

The Choice is Yours

March 2, 2018

Story Corps: The Average American Teenager?

Alex DeGroote-Duncan

November 12, 2017

Filed under Student Life, Voice

The Review interviewed Nathan Toon, a senior at Ralston Valley High School, on his view of societal problems that we are currently facing today. Listen to his take on privilege and feminism to try and understand what average teenagers...

For the Love of Chocolate

For the Love of Chocolate

February 22, 2017

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