Month: January 2015

Sydney Mattox January 29, 2015

Younger siblings have a tendency to follow in their older sibling’s footsteps. Here at DHS, students tend to base their main activities off of what there siblings are or have been involved in. At DHS many students look up to their older siblings, and join activities because their siblings motivate them.  Livi and Nate Curmano […]

Sydney Mattox January 23, 2015

This is a video created by Paxton Scott and Lucas Robins for a school project. The idea behind the video is to raise awareness of the Bill of Rights – specifically the First Amendment. Know your rights.

Sydney Mattox January 23, 2015

Seemingly timeless traditions all have to start somewhere, even from virtually nothing. Red and White night was the start of the 2014-2015 basketball season for both boys and girls; Durango High Schools version of Midnight Madness. A mix of games, cheers and scrimmages, it is the start of a hopefully ongoing tradition welcoming the new […]

Sydney Mattox January 22, 2015

Supply and demand is the largest factor in the calculation of oil price; currently the supply is high and the demand is low.  The price of oil has dropped 60 percent since June and has fallen to below 50 dollars a barrel for the first time since April 2009. The high supply of oil – […]

Sydney Mattox January 22, 2015

Netflix: the media magnet many students of the DHS student body find themselves getting attached to.  Not only does Netflix draw people in for an episode they may have missed on the T.V., it inspires a growing trend of “binge watching” that distracts from student’s to-do lists. With technology increasingly getting better, there is more […]

Isaac Ducker January 4, 2015

It started with a group of friends and a camera. Then came the competition, and before long this group of friends was featured in a national ski magazine, called New Schoolers Magazine. “We were a group of friends entering a photo into an online comp for funny ski pics, and I happened to be in […]