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A graphic depicts the words Building up to Nationals with a dotted pattern in the background to introduce the article.

Building Up to Nationals

by Claire Yeater, Reporter
March 12, 2024
With State President Moksha Nemalipuri ‘24 being the last one to enter the stage, this year’s State Officer Team of HOSA waves to the crowd at the opening ceremony after their introductions Feb. 19. Each state officer’s introduction was accompanied by a displayed slide with their photo and a chosen quote. Following the greeting, the state officers proceeded to welcome competing students and undergo the process of officially starting the 2024 HOSA State Leadership Conference. “It felt great being in an environment with all future healthcare professionals,” Cooduvalli said. “However, meeting the State Officer Team was the coolest part about the opening ceremony, as they all stood and spoke so confidently.”

Competing from the Heart

by Bella Lin, Reporter
March 4, 2024
Kristin Greenleafs class watches the boys basketball game Feb. 29.

The Elite Eight End

by Ella Heimer, Reporter
February 29, 2024
After being pied, Colorado TSA President Shreya Ganesh ‘24 screams and takes a tin off of her face Feb. 23. Ganesh raised the most money in their officer donation bins which led her to be selected for the conference’s “Officer Pie in the Face” event. “I think that the pieing had to be one of my favorite parts of the 2023-2024 State conference, as not only was it a fun and casual event that the members could enjoy, but the funds from the event are being used to create scholarships to send underprivileged chapters to nationals,” Ganesh said.

TSA Takes on State

by Dee Lee, Reporter
February 27, 2024
Varsity swimmer Teagan Wetzel 27 and varsity swimmer and captain Gabi Dyer 24 cheer on varsity swimmer Kassidy Harris 24 during the 400-yard freestyle relay Feb. 9. The relay finished 12th overall at the Colorado High School Activities Association (CHSAA) 5A girls swim State Finals. State was held at Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center (VMAC) Feb. 8 for Preliminaries and Finals Feb. 9.

Making a Splash

by Abigail Wood, Assistant Editor in Chief: Photo & Camera Editor
February 25, 2024
Varsity girls basketball seniors Sarah Davis, Sienna Pillsbury, Kate Fehr and Emily Feiman stand with athletic trainer Taylor Quenzer during Senior Night Feb. 16. Each senior had the opportunity to select a staff member to honor that made the most impact in their lives. The four faculty selected were Quenzer and science teachers Susanne Petri, Jenny Wills and Payton Holloway.

From Layups to Legacies

by Claudia Llado, Assistant Editor in Chief: Copy Editor
February 24, 2024
The Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA - Future Health Professionals) State Conference starts today, Feb. 19. Held at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel, students will undergo testing in medicine-related exams as well as compete in their signed-up events. During their free time, students will be able to participate in a number of symposiums, educational opportunities and leisurely activities, such as friendship bracelet making. The conference will continue through Feb. 21. “HOSA Chapter Office has taught me so much about working with others and the effort it takes to run a chapter,” HOSA Vice President of Public Relations Mishika Bhatia ‘26 said.

HOSA State Starts Today

by Bella Lin, Reporter
February 19, 2024
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