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Minute To Win It: Balloon popping game makes a big bang in community

A minute to win it game played at a March DHS assembly sparked controversy when the game was reported by the Durango Herald that “to…

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Suspended: Out of School Suspension is Unjustified and Unfair

    There’s no denying it: disciplinary action policies are under fire now, more than ever.    With the growing tidal wave of demand for increased…

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One Year Since Parkland: What Has Changed?

  On April 20, 1999, 15  people were shot and killed at Columbine High School in Jefferson County, Colorado. On December 14, 2012, 28 people…

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The Immigration Crisis

On the Current State of Immigration Germany has the second highest foreign born population of any country, at slightly over 12,000,000 people according to a…

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“Conservative” is not a dirty word

Words such as racist, bigot, misogynist, extremist and many more have become a way to express hatred for the Republican party and their policies. Believe…

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Keep America Great!

A recent study by the Bureau of Labour Statistics shows that unemployment has dropped to a half-century record low. This low is at 3.7%, and…

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Why Was I Suspended? : DHS administration shares why students face repercussions for their actions

Stevi Cameron Drug use, bullying, and violence: all means for student suspension. The 2018-2019 school year has invoked many questions of what can lead to…

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Mrs. Bruton’s Reading Lab”: Setting Students up for Success

According to the U.S. Department of Education, nearly 32 million adults in the United States cannot read. DHS Teacher and reading lab instructor Kristina Bruton…

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The Faces of DHS: How Diverse is out School

Todd Murray Durango High School is made up of many different faces with enrollment at approximately 1100 students. A student body of that size and…

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Teachers’ Strike: Union Organizes Protests for Increased Pay

On January 22nd, 2019, tens of thousands of teachers flocked to the streets in Los Angeles to protest in favor of raising the salaries of…

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Spread the Word to End the Word Assembly: Friday March 15th

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Stereotyping Teens

Mia Boudreau   In today’s digital age of technology, it can be easy to become absorbed with the virtual world. Technology, specifically iPhones, offer some…

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