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Three years later…

Three years later…

Maddie Stilson, Staff Writer

January 9, 2019

Although many stories of teenage relationships end in disaster and mayhem, Kendall Weideman ‘19 and Aidan Jones ‘19 are here to say that love can last. After meeting in freshman PE class and connecting through Instagram, this power couple have now been together for almost three years. From an...

5 Haunted House Secrets for Halloween Season

5 Haunted House Secrets for Halloween Season

Amelia Krueger, Team Editor - The Pack

October 21, 2018

It’s finally October. The month of fall, leaves, pumpkins, and Halloween. Haunted houses are a festive way to embrace the Halloween season. 13th Floor has been named one of Denver’s best haunted houses, but what goes on behind the scenes of this spooky site? 13th floor is named after the superstitio...

A Final Word on the Yearbook

A Final Word on the Yearbook

Emma Baziuk, Ellie Guanella, Gwen McGarry, and Anna Wexler

May 16, 2018

We woke up early 172 times. 171 times too many. Gosh- are they ever gonna change the schedule? Honestly. We cheered on our football in the fall and threw flour in the air as the first whistle sounded. Ugh- That stuff never came out. The juniors and sophomores jammed to the latest tune o...

The Black and White Keys to the Door of Creativity

The Black and White Keys to the Door of Creativity

Aaron Fackenthall and Madie Devendorf

January 24, 2018

Many skilled pianists begin their training with hours of lessons, sonatas and concertos, and endless music theory. Though Jacob McGann has undoubtedly proven his talent at the piano, his first experiences with the instrument were slightly less formal. “[I started playing piano when I was] really young, and my mom...

It’s (not) All Greek to Me

It’s (not) All Greek to Me

Mandy Matteson, Emma Gentry, and Sali Castro

January 17, 2018

To some people, reading is a chore; to others, it’s a chance to explore any world  as portrayed through paper and ink. For Ida Nussbaumer (10), a Swiss exchange student, the joy of reading has inspired her to start a book blog and to further master the English language. At a young age, Ida knew no one who apprecia...

A Task of Ecology

A Task of Ecology

Skylar Hedman and Phil Phronesius

January 6, 2018

Like many high schoolers, Katy Sun (10) is constantly juggling schoolwork and extracurriculars. However, she has one very unique item on her everyday to-do list: an internship with NOAA. With the help of her brother, Katy emailed National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration or NOAA for short, t...

A Ride in the Right Direction

A Ride in the Right Direction

Chasity Harris and Sneha Varanasi

November 17, 2017

Sophomore Sophia Stern has been riding horses ever since her sixth birthday. “Back in California the first time I started riding was at one of those pony ride that rides you around at fairs - and I sort of fell in love with it.” she said. After taking her first lessons with her best friend, she moved...

Giving the Gift of Kindness

Giving the Gift of Kindness

November 6, 2017

With almost 1,800 students stampeding through the halls, it’s easy to blend in with the crowd. However, TAG advisor and Forum teacher Rupali Hofmann makes it her mission to, as she says, “see the students who aren’t seen.” Hofmann first started teaching at Monarch a few years ago, and very quick...

Getting Spooky with Costuming

Getting Spooky with Costuming

Kevin Wu, Staff Member

November 1, 2017

Bringing New Life to the Hospital

Bringing New Life to the Hospital

Natasha Konopelski, India Turner, Theodore Morelock, and Tori Armitage

November 1, 2017

Her feet click on the linoleum, sliding over the lights reflected on the polished floor.  Despite the buzzing of the machines and the screams of the newborns, the hospital has a sense of stillness, completely separate from the rest of the world.  Only to be cracked, broken by a sudden death or a s...

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