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Humans of Fossil: Abby Meyer

Humans of Fossil: Abby Meyer

Kaitlyn Philavanh

October 4, 2017


Filed under 2017, Arts, Sabercat Stories, Theatre

From a young age, Abby Meyer has been immersed in the performing arts. One of her most memorable early productions was a traveling production of the Wizard of Oz in which she, along with her twin sister Emma, played supporting roles. Since then, she’s been gathering valuable knowledge from dance l...

Goodbye Worldwide Connection: Distractions and Replacements

Goodbye Worldwide Connection: Distractions and Replacements

Avree Linne

September 15, 2017


Filed under 2017, Columns, Goodbye Worldwide Connection, Uncategorized

 Week two without social media and this experience is already a rollarcoaster.  Yes, being without the burdens of social media is great, yet, technology isn't all burden. I mentioned in my last article that chemicals are released every single time you receive a notification. These chemicals make y...

Goodbye Worldwide Connection: The First Step

Goodbye Worldwide Connection: The First Step

Avree Linne

August 29, 2017


Filed under 2017, Columns, Goodbye Worldwide Connection

  On August 28, 2017, I deleted all social media.    On my first day of TV 2, we had an intimate discussion about cell phones. We studied the graphs used in The Atlantic’s article “Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?” and I, along with many classmates, were quick to disagree. Many st...

Bored & Hungry: What to do in Old Town

Bored & Hungry: What to do in Old Town

Cambria Corp

May 21, 2017


Filed under Bored & Hungry, Columns, Entertainment, Local, Photos, Spring 2017

Old Town of Fort Collins is full of nooks and crannies hosting diverse shops and eats. From vinyls to flannels, pizza to coffee, here’s a guide to all the best places to visit in this quirky corner of Colorado.   Photo Credit: Cami Corp RAGSTOCK 228 S College Avenue For hipsters an...

Humans of Fossil: Sid Sutton

Humans of Fossil: Sid Sutton

Kathleen Lee

May 12, 2017


Filed under Academics, Features, Profiles, Sabercat Stories, Spring 2017

Sid Sutton poses, second from the top left row, with FRESH club members at the sustainability conference. High school was a time for self academic discovery, especially for Sid Sutton, the current salutatorian candidate at Fossil Ridge High School. Currently ranked second in his graduating class of ...

Humans of Fossil: David Perkins

Humans of Fossil: David Perkins

Kathleen Lee

May 12, 2017


Filed under Academics, Features, Profiles, Sabercat Stories, Spring 2017

Coming from a family of “big nerds,” David Perkins continues the family name as a senior currently ranked third in the graduating class of 2017. Never expecting to be ranked within the top five of the school, Perkins suggested, “I guess I just took enough Advanced Placement classes and consistently did...

Humans of Fossil: Diane Campbell

Humans of Fossil: Diane Campbell

Kathleen Lee

May 8, 2017


Filed under Features, Profiles, Ridge, Sabercat Stories, Spring 2017

After 13 years of working as the college and career counselor, Diane Campbell will continue guiding students with plans beyond high school at her own college consulting business or at another high schould a position work out. Campbell wishes for a different approach to the college planning process...

Humans of Fossil: Nicholas Lin

Humans of Fossil: Nicholas Lin

Kathleen Lee

May 8, 2017


Filed under Features, Profiles, Sabercat Stories, Spring 2017

Photo Credit: Kathleen Lee As a candidate for Fossil Ridge High School’s Valedictorian, Nicholas Lin is engaged in more than academic rigor. Currently ranked first in the graduating class of 2017, Lin has taken a total of 14 different Advance Placement classes throughout his high school career...

The Playlist: Humanz

The Playlist: Humanz

Jaclyn Ambrose

May 1, 2017


Filed under Spring 2017, The Playlist

The hit animated band, Gorillaz, has released their long awaited album Humanz Friday April 28. From what comes of this star studded album is futuristic, terrifying, and nothing but creativity from the creators of the band Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett. In the past, Gorillaz has presented themselves in pha...

The Playlist: Parking Lot Symphony

The Playlist: Parking Lot Symphony

Rhett Daly

May 1, 2017


Filed under Spring 2017, The Playlist

To many people, music is just something to listen to in the car or to play as background noise when doing homework. To me, music is more than that, music is art, it is expression, it’s awesome. I’ve been playing and listening to music for as long as I can remember especially having grown up list...

The Playlist: Memories… Do Not Open

The Playlist: Memories… Do Not Open

Cambria Corp

April 19, 2017


Filed under Columns, Opinion, Spring 2017, The Playlist

My name is Cami, a pop/indie music enthusiast and lover of good vibes. I spend a lot of my time listening to music, some of my favorite artists being The Chainsmokers, Bones, Die Antwoord, Glades, ON AN ON, and Jon Bellion. This is my first time contributing to this column. On April 6, the Chainsmo...

The Playlist: Gorillaz new singles

The Playlist: Gorillaz new singles

Jaclyn Ambrose

March 28, 2017


Filed under Spring 2017, The Playlist

Gorillaz, one of the most famed virtual bands in the world, are back with new singles that were released on Thursday,March 23. Their last full albums The Fall and Plastic Beach were both released in 2010 and numerous fans are excited for the new album titled Humanz to be dropped on April 28. Fans have b...

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