A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Pozole o Menudo? Cual es mejor?

December 20, 2018 2:35am | Miguel Arroyo Arellano

Menudo o pozole por décadas los latinos han tenido el problema de decidir y cuál platio es superior. En mi opinión el pozole es mucho mas mejor que menudo porque con el pozole puedes usar la partes mejores del puerco como las piernas y la […]

Avengers: Endgame trailer is unreasonably ambiguous

December 17, 2018 8:35pm | Ashlyn Moore

The trailer for the much-anticipated fourth Avengers movie was released on December seventh, and it’s taken me quite a bit of time to process it all. It starts with Iron Man awaiting his inevitable death, which is in general, a terrible way to start the […]

What’s wrong with the lack of pockets in girls clothes

December 14, 2018 6:32pm | Abby Sawicki

One of the problems in the world today is the lack of pockets in girls clothing. Some people may find this funny, but it is extremely inconvenient. First, the majority of pants don’t have a single pocket. Jeans either have fake pockets or pockets barely […]

Student perspective: start times

December 11, 2018 8:33pm | Evan Moore

The schedule change from last year to this year has been a large change for many people at Littleton. People have many different ideas about its effectiveness and worth. I would argue to the ends of the earth that the change has been helpful and […]

Political ads suck

November 15, 2018 9:24pm | Evan Moore

Honestly who likes political ads? Nobody likes being interrupted by amendment 17 ads or Jason Crow ads.  Everybody just wants to watch their YouTube video and get on with life. The thing is, no one cares about these ads. They don’t really prove a point […]

Black Friday ruins the holidays for families in retail

November 14, 2018 5:02am | Ashlyn Moore

My parents have worked in retail for nearly my entire life. My mom has worked at The Home Depot since I was a little under a year old and my dad has worked at Target since I was seven. Recently I also got a job […]

Mi experiencia con Mike Coffman

November 6, 2018 8:22pm | Lupita Roman

Fue unas semanas después de la elección. Estaba muy afectada por los resultados y quería hacer algo para cambiar las cosas. Fuera lo que sea, yo quería cambiar algo en una manera. Yo soy indocumentada, sin miedo. Pero antes, yo no le quería decir a […]

Why voting matters

November 3, 2018 2:40am | Hayley Limes

In the recent years, a question that proliferated among many of the younger generation has been “Does my vote really matter?”Many are under the impression that their individual vote will not change the course of elections, which, on the surface is true. Going through the […]

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 […]

Voting effects on minors

November 1, 2018 4:38am | Megan Montgomery, Abby Sawicki, Sloane Smith

As someone many years under the voting age, watching bills pass or get vetoed constantly gets a little frustrating. Our peers who are graduating this upcoming May are voting on bills and grants that will directly affect us, whether it’s at school or in our […]