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Essential working in high school

Essential working in high school

Lincoln Roch and Madison Sain

May 25, 2020

Two students share what it's like to be an essential worker

Drive Thru Drive-bys

Drive Thru Drive-bys

Maya Matus, Staff Member

May 19, 2020

As popular restaurants and food chains transition from a packed interior to delivery and pick-up, some establishments need to be recognized for their hard work, dedication and integrity doing so. In Louisville and cities surrounding it, there are many cafes, coffee shops, and restaurants that have now...

Starving the media

Starving the media

Amelia Krueger, Team Editor - The Pack

February 4, 2020

My grandma gave me a Keto For Women diet magazine when she came to make dinner for us one night.  She was trying to be sweet, trying to encourage me to continue to lose more weight. She had good intentions, but her actions had the opposite effect. It gave me the validation that it was okay to...

Taking on Tourette

Taking on Tourette

Lindsay Haight, Logan Lair, and Kate Muldoon

December 23, 2019

It was the end of freshman year, a week before finals, and all she could think about was summer right around the corner. Suddenly, she felt an urge. It was like a sneeze but in her neck. All of a sudden, her shoulders rose towards the sky as her head shot backwards. Katie Wilson ‘20 had received her f...

Language like no other

Language like no other

Kate Muldoon and Jonah Speyer

November 25, 2019

Language is at the root of civilization. For Solan Wheeler ‘22, it is also the root of his passions. He has even taken it so far as to create a language of his own.  “It’s a project I’ve been working on for several years now, and to tell you honestly, I don’t think I know the ex...

Championship iced

Band member Nathan Dankers '20 and others sled down a hill in Purple Park in Superior. While it was a small consolation for the canceled Marching Band State Championships, the students said they enjoyed the day in the powder.

Lindsay Haight, Team Editor - The Pack

November 22, 2019

Moving down a hill at a fast pace, adrenaline rushes through their veins. Freezing cold snow blasts their faces as they glide down the hill. This is what it was like for the Marching Band members when they went sledding after their state competition was cancelled.  On Tuesday, Oct. 29, Colorado...

The New Monarch Bell Schedule App

The New Monarch Bell Schedule App

Nathan Phillips, Webmaster

January 10, 2019

With a lot of potential confusion about the new schedule for 2019, the Monarch Bell schedule app provides a valuable solution to students. The app answers the question regarding class time and the basis of your daily schedule. Many Monarch students have been in need of something besides a clock or pap...

Understanding Our Diversity

Understanding Our Diversity

Nathan Phillips, Webmaster

December 11, 2018

“Hey did you hear about the riot for Chicano’s in LA?” “Wait, when did that happen and who are Chicano’s? I don’t ever remember that being in the news.” We cover up events, situations, and people because we don’t want it to damage our reputation. We always want to show ourselves ...

What Type of Bread are You?

What Type of Bread are You?

Rachael Jacobs, Features Editor

February 24, 2017

In the heart of winter, months before thoughts of a summer bod have begun, food, if you’re a teenager, could be all that is on your mind. When carbs are life and your seasonal existential crisis is in full swing, you may have wondered… what type of bread am I? Well wonder no more.   ...

The Staff

November 8, 2016

5:39 PM -- The Howler staff is locked down in L205 ready for the 2016 Presidental Election

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