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Coyote Tales Episode 1: Young Music Producers

Coyote Tales Episode 1: Young Music Producers

Tyler Lund, Staff Reporter

April 29, 2014

Staff Reporter Tyler Lund sat down with senior Bryce Slavick and junior Noah Leuthaeuser to discuss their continuing passions in producing electronic music. Sit down. Tune in. Enjoy. ...

A Bloody Affair: Lunar Eclipse

The moon pcitured at 1:30 a.m on the morning of April 15th, 2014.

Elaina Funk, Staff Reporter

April 15, 2014

Throughout the early morning hours of April, 15th 2014 the shadow of the earth crept across the face of the chalk-white moon. As the earth’s shadow spread a dark blanket on the surface of the moon only a small white sliver remained. Suddenly, the moon burst into hues of blood-red. The shockingly red ...

Baseball Essentials: Jason Jacobs

Baseball Essentials: Jason Jacobs

David Andrews, Online Editor-in-Chief

April 10, 2014

Junior OF Jason Jacobs admits that baseball is "all about the gear," but says that there's one sport that is more about the gear- "cycling, because they use actual gears, so it's 100 percent gear oriented." Jacobs shared more than his sly sense of humor with The Howler, we took a look inside Jacobs' ...

PHOTOS: Girls Soccer vs. Fairview

The girls soccer squad huddles up before taking the field for second half action against Fairview on April 4, 2014 at Monarch High School.

David Andrews, Online Editor-in-Chief

April 4, 2014

One moment. That's what it comes down to often times in sports. That was the case Friday night at Monarch High School when Fairview senior striker Reci Smith sailed a free kick into the bottom right corner of the Coyote's goal. The Monarch squad played a competitive game, especially defensively but were...

The Forum: A New Hope

Senior Gabe Austin and sophomore Alec Enroth delve into their studies in the Forum on April 4th, 2014. The Forum is located at the end of the counseling hallway below the library and is open to all Monarch students.

Will Petersen, Co-Sports Editor

April 4, 2014

Well, it’s not really new, in fact it has existed for numerous years now, but The Forum  may present you hope if you’re looking for help in any subject during school hours and even until 4pm after school. The Forum is located directly below the library and down the hall from the counseling office, in a...

PHOTOS: I.L.C Coyote Cookies

PHOTOS: I.L.C Coyote Cookies

David Andrews, Online Editor-in-Chief

March 20, 2014

Students in the I.L.C program have started a program to bake cookies for sale around the school. Photos are from a baking session on Friday, March 14th. The students have organized one sale thus far that occurred on Monday, March 17th. Money is being raised to pay for an end-of-year field trip. A full...

Lingo of the South

Lingo of the South

Tyler DeBord and Elaina Funk

March 10, 2014

Living in Colorado we rarely get a flavor for the lingo and jargon that is used in other parts of the country. Our very own Tyler DeBord moved from Georgia, where he was born and raised, to Colorado in his sophomore year. DeBord shares a little bit of his culture here with "Lingo of the South"

College Update: Part Four-The Final Chapter

Part 4 the final chapter

Terran Fox, Staff Reporter/Cartoonist

March 10, 2014

For many students the college process is complete and they are already parading around in the colors of what will become their alma mater. Here are some final thoughts and suggestions, from those who survived, to the future generations, who are awaiting their turn to dive head first into the applican...

Making Sense of the Madness

Louisville Cardinals head coach Rick Pitino celebrates with his team after defeating Michigan, 82-76, and winning the NCAA Men's Basketball Championship at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, Georgia, Monday, April 8, 2013.

Emma Gooding-Lord, Staff Reporter and Copy Editor

March 10, 2014

The deafening roar of the crowds, the last second buzzer-beating baskets, the rush of emotions after winning, and the devastation after losing. For avid basketball fans, these are all commonplace occurrences during the month of March. But for those of you who are unfamiliar with the world of college ...

Study Accentuates Power of the Fan

Students cheer at the 2012 state championship football game. The fans certainly helped the Monarch football team, who won 17-14. (Charlie Light)

David Andrews, Online Editor-in-Chief

March 10, 2014

A new study released by Bullings Shatford Institute for Advanced Social Sciences this past Tuesday has cemented the fact that fans have an actual outcome on professional athlete’s performance. The study published in reputable scientific journals across the country deals exclusively with fans that a...

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