A Project for Better Journalism chapter


Ode to the Road

March 15, 2017 1:57am | Molly Rosales

Road trips. They’re an incredibly easy and inexpensive getaway, but they can also be an extensive vacationㅡ whatever you want them to be. It’s just you, the open road and whatever music comes on, or whatever trashy commentary you can muster. So here’s a summary […]

Lunch time isn’t enough time

February 20, 2017 3:00am | Sarah Fantle

Students at Littleton High School get 35 minutes for lunch and it is a little outrageous. What is crazy about the situation is a multitude of things, like how students are supposed to eat during what ends up being such little time, or how students […]

Procrastinate, endure, prevail – how to pull an all-nighter

February 15, 2017 6:15am | Eli M. Demosthenes

Too much is happening at once. Too much is due at once. Too much has been put off all at once. These, combined with a sports game, taking the late shift at work, and unexpected car trouble will all contribute to pulling an all-nighter. Assuming you […]

Love goes beyond Valentines Day

February 14, 2017 5:27pm | Maddie Stouder

Well it’s that time of year again. Couples love it, singles dread it, stores thrive from it. Thats right, Valentines Day is here again. I used to love Valentine’s Day. I loved making cards for my classmates. I loved handing out the cards and receiving […]

Super Bowl 51 fitting to end this rather dull NFL season

February 5, 2017 11:55pm | Stefanie Frederickson

Super Bowl 51 has finally arrived, yet it doesn’t seem to have the same buzz surrounding it as Super Bowls usually do. Granted, just last year the Broncos were Super Bowl champions and Denver was on cloud nine and all was right in the world. […]

Betsy DeVos should not be Secretary of Education | Opinion

January 25, 2017 4:44pm | Colin McCormick

The nomination of Betsy DeVos for Education Secretary has raised eyebrows both for what she has done in public education in the past and the lack of experience she brings, leaving her woefully unprepared to take on the broad responsibilities of the education department. The […]

How will we remember President Obama? As a role model.

January 20, 2017 7:41am | Eli M. Demosthenes

President Barack Obama’s eight years in office have meant different things to different people, but take just a minute and set the politics and polices aside and there is no denying the fact that President Obama has been an authentic role model. This has always […]

Tips and tricks for getting back in the groove

January 7, 2017 2:24am | Sarah Urtz

Cover your ears and close your eyes, because here it comes: winter break is almost over. The nights of staying up late and binge watching Netflix for a solid eight hours are coming to an end. School is imminent, and with it will arrive heaps of […]

The joy of our later than usual winter break

January 7, 2017 2:20am | Stefanie Frederickson

As I sit here drinking tea in my bed with snowflakes falling outside, I feel very very happy. Happy with the fact Christmas was almost two weeks ago and we are still not in school. Pretty unusual, but I could definitely get used to this […]

Food Galore: What to eat during the Christmas season

January 5, 2017 6:41pm | Katie Hill

It is that special time of year when Grandma brings out the homemade cookies, and your mom cooks the biggest dinner you have ever seen. This is when we all begin to worry for ourselves, but the anticipation is amazing! Christmas dinner is like thanksgiving […]