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Charter vs. Public Schools

There is a lot of controversy as to why charter school may be more or less beneficial than public school within the Durango High School…

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Posted in Arts

Art: a global spectrum

The arts —by definition— are the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination. Art is displayed in a series of forms such as painting,…

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Adaptive Skiing in DHS

Winter Sports like skiing and snowboarding are enjoyed by many students at Durango High School, but some students are unable to appreciate this time of…

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Creative writing sparks learning interest

Most creative writers at Durango High School realize the absence of a creative writing class and how that impacts them. Though it’s been argued that…

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Checking Out New Tech

As the year 2017 goes on, everyone is looking to purchase the latest and greatest technology and gadgets, and Durango High School is embracing the…

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Oilmen, not monsters

In today’s society, technology and social media have taken over everything and have influenced views in positive and negative ways. Because social media has a…

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Posted in Politics

Trump Vs. the People: Taxes

Donald Trump’s 2005 tax return was leaked to a former reporter named David Cay Johnston, revealing that Donald Trump paid $38 million in taxes in…

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High School Ski Team

Durango High School Alpine Ski Team season is wrapping up after six weeks of racing all over the state of Colorado. Three members of the…

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Freshman Confession: Pranks Played on Underclassmen in Athletics

Name:  Throughout the Durango High School Sports Community, young freshmen join various sports only to encounter upperclassmen looking for entertainment. Hazing in different sports can…

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Devos’s charter school push closes doors

The Trump administration recently set precedent when Vice President Mike Pence broke a tie in the Senate to approve Betsy DeVos as Education secretary. It…

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The road to graduation

Durango High School students are required to meet a certain amount of credits in order to be able to graduate, and all though some requirements…

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Posted in Across The Globe News

Democracy marches on

On January 21st, an estimated 500,000 people rallied around the world to participate in the Women’s March, a global movement based on the advocation of…

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