Ranger Review

Fortnite Creates Monopoly on Gaming Industry

Fortnite Creates Monopoly on Gaming Industry

Shane Bassett, Ranger Review Editor

May 8, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News

Since Fortnite has launched back in mid-2017, its snowball effect has collected millions of players, creating a huge fanbase. The game has become the most streamed video game on the streaming platform Twitch, with hundreds of thousands of people tuning in every hour just to watch people play the game. ...

Thousands take a stand

Thousands take a stand

Hannah Vanduren, Ranger Review Reporter

May 8, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018

The CEA (Colorado Education Association) said that the walkouts happening in Denver needed to alert residents and lawmakers about the status of school funding in Colorado. The states school are currently being underfunded by $822 million and around $2,700 below the national average. On April 27th, 201...

Should fighting be allowed in hockey?

Should fighting be allowed in hockey?

Jakob Aggers, Ranger Review Editor

May 8, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Opinion

"I went to a fight the other night, and a hockey game broke out,” joked the late comedian Rodney Dangerfield. Although this common joke may be humorous, it rings with an aspect of truth. Since the establishment of the National Hockey League on the 26 of November 1917, hockey has always been a vio...

Teachers unite for #RedForEd

Teachers unite for #RedForEd

Rebecca Crook and Kathryn Juhasz

May 4, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, Community

On April 27th, 2018, thousands of Colorado’s teachers joined together to protest for both higher teacher pay and school funding. This event comes in light of many other teacher protests in other states across the nation. This protest led to many schools and school districts throughout the state ...

Hawaii volcano erupts causing residents to leave their homes

Hawaii volcano erupts causing residents to leave their homes

Macee Trottner, Ranger Review Reporter

May 4, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News

On May 3, 2018, Hawaii Mount Kilauea volcano erupted and flooded local streets and residential areas on the southeastern part of Big Island, Hawaii. Residents of the area were encouraged to pack their belongings and abandon their homes. The volcano delivered white clouds of steam and volcanic gases o...

Menendez brothers reunion strikes much emotion

Menendez brothers reunion strikes much emotion

Macee Trottner, Ranger Review Reporter

April 30, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News

On September 10, 1996, brothers Lyle and Erik Menendez said goodbye to one another before loading into two separate vans which were taking them to different facilities. The Menendez brothers were convicted of murdering their parents in the late 80s. The brothers’ story began on August 20, 1989 when Lyle, then 2...

Ice and Fire

Ice and Fire

Kathryn Juhasz, Ranger Review Reporter

April 17, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News

This year Colorado has experienced one of the driest winters on record, with only 2002 and 1981 having lower amounts of precipitation than this year. This drought has expanded to be considered an extreme drought across Southwestern and Southeastern Colorado, as well as The San Luis Valley. The dr...

United in Red to Stand for Better Pay

United in Red to Stand for Better Pay

Kathryn Juhasz, Ranger Review Reporter

March 14, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News

On Thursday, February 22, teachers in the state of West Virginia went on a strike that would leave hundreds of schools in the state closed for weeks and thousands of students without teachers. The staff claimed they were protesting for better pay and healthcare benefits. Schools across all 55 counties in West Virgi...

Gun Control Isn’t a Superhero- It won’t Stop Crime

Gun Control Isn’t a Superhero- It won’t Stop Crime

Shane Bassett, Ranger Review Editor

March 6, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News, Opinion

February 14, a day for the recognition of loved ones and others around you, was filled with terror especially for the students of Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida which were put under attack by the spray of bullets released by Nikolas Cruz minutes before the dismissal bell. The shootin...

Florida resident is suspect for deadliest mass shooting in American history

Florida resident is suspect for deadliest mass shooting in American history

Macee Trottner and Hannah Vanduren

March 6, 2018


Filed under 2017-2018, News, Stoneman Douglas 2018

At 2:19 PM on Wednesday, February 14, Nikolas Cruz arrived at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida and pulled the fire alarm to lure hundreds of students into the vacant hallways. Cruz had an AR-15 semiautomatic assault rifle in hand to open fire on the students. According to a...


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