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Business at the BroadmoorPosted 04/28/2022 by Sara Eyassu

Thomas Jefferson High School’s DECA chapter applied their professional skills down in Colorado Springs for the state competition. Saturday evening called for a road trip with an accompanying food st... More

Spirit Week and Important Upcoming DatesPosted 04/21/2022 by EADAIR

Be sure to enjoy all of the festive activities surrounding Spirit Week! April 24th – Spartan Palooza 12 pm-3 pm (Senior After Prom Event) April 25th – 29th Spirit Week Monday- Mismatch T... More

The Best Week on EarthPosted 04/20/2022 by Caitlin Quinney

Starting April 16th to the 22nd, people gather together to celebrate and give back to our planet. Every year, on April 22, people from all over the globe celebrate the anniversary of the birth of the ... More

Century-Long ConflictPosted 04/19/2022 by Nicholas Neuhalfen

On February 24th, 2022, the world came to a standstill as Russia began invading Ukraine, but this isn’t the first time that the two countries have engaged in conflict.  Russia and Ukraine have a lo... More

Fentanyl Finds Older GenerationsPosted 04/15/2022 by Shana Saint-Phard

In the fourth wave of an unending opioid epidemic, senior citizens are the new victims of addiction and overdose. For years, opioids have caused millions of deaths in the United States. According to t... More

232 Years and 115 Justices Later…Posted 04/13/2022 by Aviva Freedberg

The U.S. Senate has confirmed Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. The United States Supreme Court was established in 1789 by the U.S. Constitution through the Judiciary Act of 1789, and ... More

Polarized Reproductive RightsPosted 04/12/2022 by Juanita Hurtado

Abortion is still an active debate, but how much of it is an actual matter of agreement or disagreement? Throughout history, pregnancy has been revered. It is the creation of life and hope for the fut... More

Here Comes the Sun…Do Do Do DoPosted 04/11/2022 by David Lopez-Vences

The U.S. Senate approved the Sunshine Protection Act, which may put an end to Daylight Savings. Most of the United States is familiar with having to change the clocks twice a year. Besides Hawaii and ... More

Quake Shakes Japanese CoastPosted 04/10/2022 by Jessica Nesbit

An earthquake with a magnitude of 7.4 struck Fukushima just days after the 11th anniversary of the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster. Last month, on March 16th, the Fukushima region of Japan was struck by an... More

Yearning for YouthRootsPosted 04/06/2022 by Sara Eyassu

Youth philanthropists are molded within the YouthRoots program as the Aurora YouthBoard tackles the problems of access to mental health services, gun violence, and suicide prevention this year. Along ... More