Posted in Opinions

Winter Falling in Durango

Durango: a town of doctors, lawyers, hippies, college kids, ranchers, and those people who fit somewhere in between. Most of us Durangotangs, however, have one…

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Posted in Student Life

Syrian Refugee Day Takes over Atlas

So far the school year has been full of interesting events in small learning communites, including Global Context Day. This event took place in the…

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Posted in Recent Stories Student Life

SLC Stereotypes: Fact or Fiction?

The Small Learning Communities (SLCs) of Durango High School have acquired countless reputations and stereotypes due to the natural and normal ideas of opposing teams…

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Getting on the Streets

Driving is an ultimate teenage milestone.  There is something about sitting in the driver’s seat that teens can’t resist.  To legally sit behind the wheel,…

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Posted in Arts

Local Authors Write About Living in Durango

The image of an author usually consists of people spending their time in their offices or homes, staring at a computer screen and typing furiously,…

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Artist Profile: Julia Ion

What kind of art/medium do you do? I have been into drawing ever since I was little. I got seriously into art half way through…

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Graffiti: Illicit or Art?

Art exists as an enigma, and has existed as such since the first beings were able to struggle with the concept of creation and self…

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Posted in Student Life

Bill Nye the Graduation Guy

As of today, November 20, there are 198 days until graduation. That gives the senior class 198 days of stress, laughter, studying and more importantly…

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Posted in Featured Stories Student Life

Healthy Eating, Happy Living

As a teen you have been told that watching what you eat is very important at such an age of growth. But do we really…

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Earth-Friendly Water bottles: More than Just Green

Every day students walk down the halls, glimpses  of green, red, and blue water bottles pass by. Most people think nothing of it, yet the…

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Posted in Featured Stories Student Life

Allergies Not So Swell for Student Style

Allergies are the product of a hypersensitive immune system, which identifies the allergen as a threat to the body and attacks it with more force…

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Posted in Student Life

Students Use Tissues for all Their Issues

To most, tissues would hardly seem like an issue worth discussion. However, students at Durango High School disagree. Many believe that tissues are a necessity…

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