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Stories from Fairview High School
“It’ll Be Difficult, For Sure” – IB Diploma’s Effect on College Acceptance
News

Anna Wenzel | December 5, 2019

Out of the school’s over two thousand students, only about sixty completed the IB diploma program last year, and many students are unsure if it is beneficial. The International Baccalaureate Diploma,…

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Part One: Reporting and Investigation
News

Ava Svolos | November 19, 2019

The reason why sexual assault is uncomfortable to talk about is the exact same reason why we need to talk about it.

When we don’t talk about it, misinformation and uneasy feelings spread and make…

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The Knight Show Episode 19: Nonviolent Civilized Dissent
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Henry Larson | October 30, 2019

This week we take a look at the Socialist Club, a radically different organization from anything else at Fairview.

Who are they? What do they want to change? Why do they want to change it?

We…

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“It’s Not Worth It, People Are Going To Get Hurt.” No District-Wide Closure Prompts Student and Faculty Concern
News

Henry Larson | October 30, 2019

After a predicted eight inches of snow caused hazardous driving conditions and low visibility, Boulder Valley School District officials opted to keep schools open for normal operating hours, while cancelling…

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Ride Along – Administration Considers Giving P.E. Credits for Biking to School
News

Max Eaton | October 24, 2019

Students are very familiar with the following picture: the senior lot, full; the streets leading up to the school, full; the lot at the South Boulder rec center, full; and the lot at the church, full….

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“It’s the Thing that Keeps Me Up at Night.” – BVSD Revisits Security and Vendor Contracts After Breach
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Henry Larson | September 24, 2019

65,000 Boulder Valley School District (BVSD) Students were affected by a data breach which released their personal information this past November. Students, both graduated and still enrolled in BVSD, had…

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A House Divided Cannot Stand – Two Cities Reflect America’s Changing Political Culture
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Henry Larson | September 18, 2019

This summer, I set out to paint a portrait of American democracy; I wanted to understand the influence that the 2020 election is having on different parts of this country. Twenty Democractic candidates…

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Transportation by RTD Buses
Features

Tessa Moskoff | October 9, 2018

At 3:20 p.m. sharp every day, students stream out of the building, many turning to the public bus stop for their transportation. They fill the buses, oftentimes standing in the aisles because there aren’t…

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