Alyssa Khamma


Alpine Club climbs to Butler Gulch

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.

Chasing the past Mr. Eagle dream

Many seniors may remember Danny Chase. He won Mr. Eagle two years ago.

Celebrating International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day was Sunday, March 8. This day is significant globally because of the restrictions legislation, policies and societal norms put on women to silence us.

Living in the life of a legislative intern

As many people know, I’m very involved in politics and my interest began when 10 years old. I’m sure many people though my interest wouldn’t last long, but six years later, its turned into a passion.

Arapahoe High School remembers tragedy one year later

Hundreds gathered on the night of Saturday December 13 for a candlelight remembrance ceremony for Claire Davis on the one-year anniversary of her death in Clarity Commons, a park made in her honor on the Arapahoe High School campus.

A positive take on new vending machines

This year, Heritage students are no longer allowed to use the vending machines between 6:30AM-1:30PM.

Amidon eager to be a Heritage Eagle

With school back in session, there’s been a new face around the halls. Mrs. Nicole Amidon is a new Heritage Eagle working as an Assistant Principal and school psychologist. Amidon has mostly worked with high school kids, teaching for ten years and being in administration for another ten.