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Fall Horoscopes

Fall Horoscopes

Evie Cuffaro and Lia Farrell

November 12, 2019

Aries: It’s easy to get carried away in your own energy, but taking a step back and seeing the bigger picture is important, too. Taurus: Risks are scary, but putting yourself out there will reap many benefits. Try joining a club or talking to some new people. Gemini: Opening up is hard, but you ...

Anything for a profit

Anything for a profit

Amelia Krueger, Logan Lair, and Maya Matus

November 3, 2019

Reselling is the art and ambition of purchasing limited or rare items and selling them for a profit.    To begin reselling, name brand items must be bought, this can be difficult because of the thousands of other people trying to get the same item.  Lleyton Dahm ‘21 has been...

Lights out

Lights out

Evie Cuffaro and Lia Farrell

October 31, 2019

Social studies teacher Mr. Dave Farrell went through his early years skeptical of ghosts, but that changed during the school year of 1996.  “When I was teaching up in Nederland, there was a young man in my class five times a day,” Mr. Farrell said.  Later that year, Mr. Farrell experienced...

A child and a mother

A child and a mother

Evie Cuffaro and Lia Farrell

October 30, 2019

Carmen Hintch Bustamante ‘21 and her brother believe they lived in a real haunted house. “One night I was sleeping and I kept hearing this voice,” she said. “I didn’t know what it was at first. I realized it was saying, ‘Mommy, Mommy, where are you?’”  It was a child’s voice....

The tall man and Zenobia

The tall man and Zenobia

Evie Cuffaro, Team Editor - The Pack

October 29, 2019

According to the theatre director Ms. Gwendolyn Lukas-Doctor, the Monarch theatre department is haunted by two ghosts. “One we call the tall man, and a little girl we named Zenobia,” she said. “The tall man likes to appear in the pillars on the sides of the auditorium, he likes to appear and...

Do Ouija boards work?

Do Ouija boards work?

Evie Cuffaro and Lia Farrell

October 28, 2019

Don’t play alone. Don’t take your hands off the board. Beware of evil spirits. Always say goodbye before ending the seance. These are the rules if you use a Ouija board.  Some precautions can be taken to avoid any unwanted, or evil spirits. Burning sage, placing protection stones around the...

Under old town

Under old town

Lia Farrell, Team Editor - The Pack

October 27, 2019

We all know Old Town Louisville. From the staples of our childhoods like Sweet Cow and Lucky Pie to the newer bits such as Punch Buggy Shaved Ice. It’s a safe, familiar place. This safety associated with the suburban heaven of Louisville makes the town’s history all the stranger. During the prohibition...

Art and ambitions

Art and ambitions

Amelia Krueger, Logan Lair, and Maya Matus

October 26, 2019

To many students, turning passion projects into functioning businesses seems like something that needs to wait until after high school. While it is a large responsibility, Katy Sun ‘20 doesn’t let any obstacle stop her.  In November of 2018, Sun created KaySun, a business where she uses her ta...

Always watching

Always watching

India Turner, Haley Breit, Kate Muldoon, and Ruby Cervantes

October 21, 2019

Long after the sunset one evening last fall, Madeline Hall ‘20 and two of her close friends walked cautiously along the sidewalk in downtown Denver. One of the girls glanced over her shoulder with every step, the anxiety of the unknown spinning through her head. The girls began to walk faster thro...

Food is good

Food is good

Lia Farrell and Evie Cuffaro

May 15, 2019

Boulder’s a pretty unique place in many ways, but the eating habits of locals take the cake (pardon the pun). From vegan foods to the growing popularity of juice bars, if it’s healthy and obscure, you can find it in Boulder. Ready to attest to this is Kaylie Cofield ‘21, who recently moved to...

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