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Fall flies when you're having fun

Fall flies when you’re having fun

October 21, 2020

Take this most-likely-to quiz to find out where you should travel next, this fall.   Which T.V c...

Jordan Norwood '23 and a group of Valor students cheers at the intersection of University and Colorado, to protest CHSAA’s decision to keep football in the spring of 2021 Sept. 11. Let CO Play organized three protests throughout the state. All starting at 3:30, the protests occurred in Highlands Ranch, Colorado Springs and Delta.

How “Let CO Play” Brought Football Back to Fall

October 8, 2020

"Let us play! Let us play! Let us play!” The chants of protestors mingle with the sounds of passing car...

Julia McDonald ‘22 practices for Color Guard Sept. 16 to perfect her routine but has to social distance and wear a face mask. It can take a long time to get used to the masks, and many students find it hard to practice with them. “Playing with them and exercising while we’re wearing them is really weird and hard,” McDonald said.

Music and the Mask

October 7, 2020

Outside under the warm sun, musical harmonies fill the open air from a bright white tent. Students congregate...

#Included: the Lunch Club

October 3, 2020

Amidst the quiet halls, there’s a bustling in Mrs. Seaquist’s room during lunch. Students sit in a...

We're Going to Miss You

We’re Going to Miss You “BARRY” Much

October 1, 2020

     Barry Ehmke, RCHS Campus Security Specialist Lead who has worked at the school for 15 years reti...

The RC Update is hosted by Matthew Fink '22 and Jack Gianetto '22.

RC Update: Andy Abner

September 29, 2020

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Graduates raise their fists during the national anthem in support of the Black Lives Matter movement during graduation at Echo Park June 27. Dozens of students raised their fists during the graduation ceremony in solidarity to protest police brutality. “As the graduating Class of 2020 at Rock Canyon High School, we say enough. We say enough to silence, discomfort, and ignorance of racism,” the Black Lives Matter Class of 2020 letter of intention said.

Graduation Demonstration: Students Show Solidarity with the Black Lives Matter Movement

July 4, 2020

The setting sun's golden rays illuminated the raised fists of dozens of seniors on Echo Park's field...

Jimmy Lam ‘20 converses with his fellow graduates before the graduation ceremony begins at Echo Park June 27. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19, graduation was postponed from its original date in May. “It was nice to see everyone one last time before we all go different ways and start new lives,” Taylor Eubanks ‘20 said.

Academics in a Pandemic: Graduation Recap

July 3, 2020

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Yearbook Editors in Chief Kinley Rex '20, Amanda Brauchler '21 and Emma Shea '20 pose with the 2020 yearbook outside of the cafeteria June 22. Yearbooks will be distributed June 24-25 in the student lot.

Everything You Need to Know About Yearbook Distribution

June 23, 2020

Getting Your Book Yearbook distribution will be June 24 and 25 from 11 am-2pm both days. We are so ex...

The interior and coffee bar of Ziggi's Coffee while it's under the

Craving the Cup: Ziggi’s Coffee

April 27, 2020

There's a new coffee shop in town and it's all that people are talking about recently. I decided to in...

Tandoori Flames part-owner Ruby Singh poses for photo at the front desk of her restaurant April 27.

Tandoori Flames is on Fire

April 27, 2020

My mom recommended that we try out the new Indian restaurant across the street because she loves Indian...

Get A New Piercing During Quarantine

by Lola Boushelle and Kendall Foxworth

April 25, 2020

Remote learning and being locked inside is the new reality, getting a new piercing now leaves time for the piercing to heal while no one can participate in normal activities. Playing sports doesn’t allow time for any piercings and some jobs have strict guidelines as well. With time off from restricting hobbies anyone can ...

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