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Bear Miller Wraps Paws Around Golden Helmet Award

Bear Miller Wraps Paws Around Golden Helmet Award

Jaden Brumage, Reporter

March 25, 2019


Filed under News

Eaglecrest’s football team has seen its share of accomplishments throughout the years, namely  making the playoffs in recent seasons and going to the 5A state title game in 2017, all the while being backed by a spirited crowd and strong internal team leadership. Senior Barrett (“Bear”) Miller, a ...

Peer Buddies: A Place for All

Saron Bitew, Editor

February 14, 2019


Filed under News, Uncategorized

Even though EHS has a huge population, it can be hard to find a community within it where you feel comfortable. Whether it be because of rigorous school schedules or struggling to branch out, inclusivity is sometimes hard to find at school, but clubs, like Peer Buddies, have established a welcoming en...

Eaglecrest Comes Together for Music Video Project

Edmond Kunath, Reporter

February 14, 2019


Filed under A & E, Features, News

In December, many clubs and activities came together in the East Gym for a great moment of cheer and excitement, representing our school with pure spirit as a project began.This project is a music video, based off of the University of South Dakota’s, “Charlie Shuffle.” Now Eaglecrest is brin...

Saudi Journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Tinsae Tadele, Editor in Chief

November 2, 2018


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Jamal Khashoggi is the Washington Post columnist who has not been seen since he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. While he was there, Khashoggi was drugged, beaten and killed by Saudi operatives. Afterwards, his body was later dismembered. In the presence of top Saudi diplomats, a journalist w...

Coach Resigns After First Game

Aliya Getchell, Reporter

October 23, 2018


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On August 29th, Coach Delaney resigned and posted his resignation letter on Twitter. Teachers, parents, our principal, and a multitude of sports players have stated their opinions on things he said in his letter since then. Within this time period, our Varsity football team has also won two games und...

Crazy Rich Asians Scores Box Office Gold

Crazy Rich Asians Scores Box Office Gold

Nick Conner, Reporter

October 23, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Opinions

Crazy Rich Asians, which hit theaters this past August, has surpassed widespread positive critical review for both its moral and entertainment qualities, due to its successful mash of comedy and drama, and for its representation of an underappreciated culture in Hollywood. Much of the history of Hollywood...

New Coach, New Beginnings

New Coach, New Beginnings

Tersa Bitew, Reporter

October 23, 2018


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The EHS football team has started their season off with a new coach. This year followed with some controversy with the former football coach retiring, however Garrett Looney, dean at EHS recently became the new head coach of the football team this season. The Varsity team has overshadowed every scho...

Golden Considers Younger Voting Age

Leo Nibbe, Reporter

October 23, 2018


Filed under News

The age of majority, which is 16 in Colorado, in most states within the United States is 18, however this law is determined by the state and city governments. This power coincides with determining the age at which people in that state or city/county are allowed to vote. In Golden, Colorado, ther...

Eaglecrest’s New Dress Code

Saron Bitew, Reporter

September 7, 2018


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With the beginning of the new school year, Eaglecrest  has enforced updated regulations for the dress code. After years of conflict and controversy surrounding the dress code, CCSD has addressed concerns by releasing a new dress code. The dresscode philosophy highlights that, “The school district is...

Class of 2022 New Requirements

Class of 2022 New Requirements

Jaden Brumage, Reporter

September 7, 2018


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The Cherry Creek School District (CCSD) has announced updated graduation requirements beginning with the Class of 2021.   Previously, starting with the Class of 2009, students were required to earn 4.0 credits in English, 3.0 units each in mathematics, science, and social studies, as well as...

Students Swarm Eaglecrest halls

Students Swarm Eaglecrest halls

Mackenzie Prendergast, Reporter

September 7, 2018


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Classes have moved out to mobiles and hallways are more crowded than in past years due to the population boom at Eaglecrest. The increase in students in the Freshman class has led to safety and learning concerns. To help address a growing population the Eaglecrest administration has done a number o...

EHS Raptors Jam-Packed the Rally

EHS Raptors Jam-Packed the Rally

Hawa Dansoko, Editor- in - Chief

September 7, 2018


Filed under News

The annual Raptor Rally took place on the first friday of the school week, August 17. Many people from the community gathered to participate in the joyful event. Raptor Rally first started in the East Gym right after school, students gathered around the crowded gym full of amusement to learn the chants ...

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