Tuesday, May 12th, 2015
On today’s episode of The Pioneer the crew reviews two of our personal favorites from the year: “Gone Girl” and “Birdman (or the unexpected virtue of ignorance).”
Having been a reporter and an online editor for the school newspaper, I have had to deal with a variety of obstacles, from hitting deadlines to setting up interviews. However, the one thing that looms over my head every time I publish an article is not the anxiety of reaching a word count, but the fear that my voice will be silenced or defamed.
Jared Leonard ’15 takes home the title of Mr. Eagle 2015, the flowers, crown, and $150 at this year’s Mr. Eagle competition. Stunning everyone with talent, his 38 songs in six minutes kept everyone in awe and amazed at a talent only a few can do.
Ever since snowboarding emerged in the 1970s, recreational skiers and mountain resorts have faced safety concerns for young skiers and in the face of an increase in injury risk due to reckless riders.
As the temperature rises to create another blazing Colorado summer, people flock to pools around the state. Although more expensive options, Water World and Elitch Gardens Water Park offer more than just a dip into a pool, though that is available as well. However, Water World trumps the water park at Elitch’s.
On Saturday, April 11, Alpine Club endeavored up to Butler Gulch Basin, which is on the east side of Berthoud Pass. The club ventured through the deep snow and climbed 12,150 feet.