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Q&A with Nicole Arduini: Rocky Mountain Journalism Camp director

Q&A with Nicole Arduini: Rocky Mountain Journalism Camp director

Jakob Aggers, Editor in Chief

July 10, 2019

Nicole Arduini is the Camp Director at the Rocky Mountain Journalism Camp. She has held this position for 7 years and previously worked as a publication rep at the camp as well. She has recently accepted a job at Regis Jesuit High School as an intro to journalism and graphic design teacher. Q: “What...

Current assistant principal takes on principal position

Current assistant principal takes on principal position

Macee Trottner, Editor

May 14, 2019

In the 2019-2020 school year, Lewis-Palmer students will be receiving a new principal. Mrs. O’Connor will be taking on the position in place of Mr. Karr at the beginning of next year. As Mr. Karr is leaving, Mrs. O’Connor will be promoted from assistant principal to principal of Lewis-Palmer High ...

Red Rocks: a Colorado experience

Red Rocks: a Colorado experience

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter

May 9, 2019

Red Rocks Amphitheatre may be one of the most famous landmarks in the state of Colorado as it is one of two Denver National Historic Landmarks. Opened in 1906, John Brisben Walker achieved his goal of creating an entertainment venue. What we know as Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre today opened up ...

Speech and Debate competes at the Colorado Grande National Qualifying tournament

Speech and Debate competes at the Colorado Grande National Qualifying tournament

Anna Icke, Ranger Review Reporter

March 12, 2019

Speech and Debate is arriving at the end of their season, and on March 1st and 2nd they faced possibly the most difficult tournament of the year: the qualifying tournament for nationals in Dallas, Texas. The team departed on Friday morning then stayed overnight, returning late on Saturday. With them, ...

Students eager for spring break

Students eager for spring break

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter

March 12, 2019

With spring break coming close, students are studying as much as they possibly can for their midterms and having to contain their excitement while their teachers are doing as much testing as they possibly can between now and spring break. “I am staying home for spring break.” Zoey Barron 10 said, ...

What is the Ranger?

What is the Ranger?

Anna Icke, Ranger Review Reporter

March 6, 2019

Lewis Palmer is the Home of the Rangers, but what is the Ranger? Is our mascot the horse or the person who rides the horse? Many students falsely believed that the mascot was based off of the rider of the wild horse, a wild west officer akin to Chuck Norris' Walker, Texas Ranger. However, none of t...

Drive Smart fair teaches students about dangers of the road

Drive Smart fair teaches students about dangers of the road

Anna Icke, Ranger Review Reporter

February 8, 2019

In the state of Colorado, there is an annual average of around 26,000 car crashes according to the Colorado State Patrol. In reaction to this issue, Drive Smart Colorado was created.    “We hope that we help student drivers stay informed on the dangers of driving, especially in Colorado where ...

Snowball is glowing with good times

Snowball is glowing with good times

Macee Trottner, Editor

February 8, 2019

On February 2, 2019, the Student Council hosted the annual snowball dance in the commons. The dance took place 7:00 P.M. to 11:00 P.M. The theme this year was glowball and decorations consisted of posters covered with neon paint, glow sticks hanging from the ceiling, and black lights. As opposed to...

Students attend National Western Stock Show

Students attend National Western Stock Show

Holly Esposito, Ranger Review Reporter

February 6, 2019

On Thursday, January 24th, social studies teacher Ms. Lucido took her AP Human Geography class to the National Western Stock Show in Denver, Colorado. Founded in 1906, the National Western Stock Show is Colorado’s largest western trade show with over 650,000 visitors each year. AP Human Geograp...

2018: a year of empowerment for women

2018: a year of empowerment for women

Marlee Mikesell, Ranger Review Reporter

February 4, 2019

The year 2018 started out with the formulation of the Time’s Up Movement formulated on January 1st. Time’s Up was founded by Hollywood celebrities in response to Harvey Weinstein’s sexual harassment allegations and other sexual misconduct cases. According to Hero Profile, the time’s up m...


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