Noah Wehr, Editor in Chief
On Tuesday, November 15, John Fielder, Colorado photographer and author of 39 books, visited...
November 20 • No Comments
AWest is about to get a lot more a’track’tive
Q & A: PARCC Assessment 101 with Principal Bishop
“The Hunger Games” trilogy has high expectations
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Caitlin Danborn, Editor, Social Media, Blog
Zephyr Doyle has always been focused on the future: taking her field hockey team to state, going to Boston...
“Miracles…do not belong to religions. Miracles belong to the desperate, which is why every religion,...
Caitlin Danborn, Editor, Social Media, Blogs
Jo has been out and proud for years now in her home of Atlanta, Georgia, but when her radio pr...
Election Aftermath | A Reading List
Jack Roberts, Reporter
Freshman Jack Dugan stands in front of a whiteboard where he has scribbled a variety of past and present v...
February 17 • No Comments
From Soldier to Science
An Artist in Hiding: Meet Randall Guenther
“Show me what democracy looks like? This is what democracy looks like!”
These words echoed through the streets of downtown Denver as over 100,000 people o...
February 15 • No Comments
John Fielder: Capturing the Minds of the Future
Caitlin Danborn, Reporter
The current track at Arvada West High School is fifty-three years old--literally as old as the school--and is only one lane, made of rock, gravel, and cinder. However, th...
October 31 • No Comments
Slowing down the pace, holding back the team
In the 2012-2013 regular season, the Denver Nuggets were playing their best basketball since joinin...
White bleeds purple
Charles “CJ” White is a football player and a junior at Arvada West High School. White has be...
From the moment the first few notes of the opening score are played, the viewer of Arvada West’s fall play “Almost, Maine” is transported to a small “al...
October 17 • No Comments
Review: ‘Don’t Breathe’: Suspense Done Right
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child
Learn the Pokemon basics