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2019 Denver Women’s March

    For the third consecutive year, protesters gathered in the streets across America to march for equality and representation. On January 19, thousands of…

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CTE Showcase

  The Career and Technical Education Engineering program is designed for students to present projects in competitions in format similar to a science-fair style, but…

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Aerospace Blasts Off into 2019!

  When most people think of Aerospace Engineering, they tend to immediately think of the term rocket science. In no way, shape, or form is…

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New Restorative Justice Coordinator: Brett Rein

  At the beginning of the 2018-2019 school year, Brett Rein was hired as the new Restorative Justice Coordinator. But what exactly is Restorative Justice?…

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College Admissions Scandle

  The recent college admissions scandal, if nothing else, marks the absolute injustice present in the American education system. It also highlights the irresponsibility that…

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Response to the Durango Herald

  The Durango Herald took issue with El Diablo’s March interview with Durango 9R Superintendent Dan Snowberger “Snowberger: The man, the scandal, and the future…

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Rape Culture At DHS: Singling out one event pushes an anti-DHS agenda

Before I even start this article, I want to note the importance and gravity of acknowledging rape culture and the #metoo movement. Calling out the…

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The Harsh Reality of Senior Year

Emily Fiala   Many people think senior year is easy-going and a “nice break” before the overwhelming responsibilities that come with the college life, but…

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The Green New Deal: Necessary for a safe Environment?

  Climate change has kept most of the world on the edge of their seats, creating abnormal weather patterns, animals acting strange, and smaller coastlines….

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The Green New Deal: Better in Theory?

    The Green New Deal is not necessarily a bad idea. I’m all for protecting the environment, but the ways and goals that the…

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Bucket List for Your Summer

As a Durango local, there are so many exciting activities to do all year round, but especially in the summer. Whether you enjoy staying in…

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LGBTQ Community needs DHS Support

On the surface, Durango High School presents itself as a relatively accepting place for LGBTQ students. Many classrooms have a “safe space” sticker outside the…

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