A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Having conflicting views with your parents

November 6, 2018 4:17am | Ashlyn Moore

As a little kid, like most people, I always believed what my parents had to tell me. If it meant a monster was going to eat me, if I didn’t have my vegetables with dinner, I would’ve believed them, solely because I was a child […]

The difficulties of political differences in a household

November 2, 2018 3:22am | Morgan Sholes

My dad and I don’t always get along and one of the most common reason for our disagreements is political differences. He is a very right leaning republican and, while I agree mostly with the ideals of the green party, I would vote democratic. This […]

Celebrity involvement in Politics

November 2, 2018 3:12am | Lupita Roman

Recently, there have been more and more celebrities voicing their opinions on their political beliefs. This can affect the way we see them, good and bad. There have been people all over the board who support different sides of different issues. One of the biggest […]

25 Years of the Sanderson Sisters

October 31, 2018 8:05pm | Alexa Zasuly

Twenty five years ago the movie Hocus Pocus was released on October 20th. When the movie was first released it was not a huge success, however Hocus Pocus has now become a standard among Halloween movies. Hocus Pocus is a thrilling tale of the three […]

New Halloween movie has room to improve

October 31, 2018 8:03pm | Nathalia Olvera-Barajas

The Halloween thriller/slasher was recently released and it was the movie many were excited to watch, desiring to embrace the scary spirit that October brings. There were high expectations as viewers were incredibly intrigued with the idea that Laurie Strode would come back again. After […]

Shane Dawson’s “Inside the Mind of Jake Paul,” is changing YouTube culture

October 25, 2018 5:28am | Ashlyn Moore

In early August, Dawson released a five-part series following the life of billionaire and beauty YouTuber, Jeffree Star. In this series he “exposed” things about Star that no one had previously known, it showed a side to Star that was unknown, and showed who he […]

Dear Evan Hansen is the musical to see

October 16, 2018 8:38pm | Ashlyn Moore

For its North American Tour launch, the musical Dear Evan Hansen came to Colorado for its first stop. It was here from later September till the 13th of October. I saw it on the 11th. It was life changing, to say the least. The songs […]

Denver’s Corniest Attractions

October 9, 2018 4:07am | Hayley Limes

Fall has hit LHS and the surrounding area, and the new cold weather had swept in a ton of fun fall activities with it. From haunted houses to fall festivals, opportunities to get out and enjoy the season abound! One of the most famous fall […]

American Vandal season two steals the show

October 2, 2018 4:32am | Ashlyn Moore

In September of last year, Netflix released a new original TV show titled, “American Vandal”. The show was a “mockumentary”, following the life of Dylan Maxwell, who had been expelled from school for drawing obscene images on the cars of 27 teachers. The series follows […]

How to stay educated during the summer – sponsored story

May 23, 2018 2:26am | Addi Iken

YES, school is finally ending, and summer is here! Summer brings lots of sleep, swimming, barbecues and fun. However, what most people forget is the importance of keeping the brain active and staying educated over the summer. Three months is a long time without any […]