EPHS Mountaineer

Break, Recover, Return

Injuries affect student athletes at EPHS           Two students at the High School are out due to injuries. Finn Tierney can no longer continue the wrestling season due to broken metatarsals. Alex Grasso is also out for the remainder of the boys’ basketball season.           Grasso broke his ankle coming down from a shot during practice.           “I just landed on it wrong,” said Grasso. […]

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Nintendo Switch: New Age of Console or Too Little Too Later

Nintendo Switch: New Age of Console or Too Little Too Later

By Scott Buck             Nintendo has been in trouble with their consoles. The Wii U didn’t live up to the expectations of many, as most games required duel screen controls that many people found unattractive and hard to use, unsealing servilely. The Nintendo Switch promises to be different, with a cheaper price point and third party developer support. But problems are also beginning to stack […]

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Empty Space: A Review of The Space Between Us

Empty Space: A Review of The Space Between Us

By Phoebe Dillon           Stories about star-crossed lovers are not a new concept, Marc Antony and Cleopatra, Romeo and Juliet, and those are just a few.  In the most recent version of this tired theme, a new light is brought to the literal interpretation of the phrase, star-crossed lovers.           In The Space Between Us, directed by Peter Chelsom (also directed Serendipity), Gardner Elliot (played […]

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The Man Who Came to Dinner Comes to EPHS

The Man Who Came to Dinner Comes to EPHS

by Megan Miller        “I like doing The Man Who Came to Dinner because it’s a comedy and it’s really helpful when you’re acting to have the audience interacting,” said sophomore Annika Throne, who will be portraying June Stanley in the play. “It gives you a sign that the audience is having a good time.”        The two main leads, Sheridan Whiteside and Maggie Cutler, […]

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Max Swanlund: Basketball Player Extraordinaire

Max Swanlund: Basketball Player Extraordinaire

By Mason Ginter           Max Swanlund is a junior at Estes Park High School and is an outstanding basketball player. Max is a captain on the Estes boys’ basketball team and is their main source of scoring which keeps them in games.           “Max is special because he brings a leadership role and is always willing to take one for the team” said Nik Rastatter, […]

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Young Drummer Finds His Beat

Young Drummer Finds His Beat

By Levi Carpman and Will Peters          Drum set can mean many things to many different people. When you think of drums, you can think of jazz greats like Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa, or you can think of Jojo Mayer’s incredible rhythmic grooves. To one student at Estes Park High School, drums mean a lot more.              Steel has grown up with music from […]

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The Stock Show: The Journey of an Ag class

The Stock Show: The Journey of an Ag class

           The Northwestern Stock Show took place for the Estes Park High School Future Farmers of America class on January 17. They left at 6am and traveled to the annual stock show. They spent the next two days down in Denver, enjoying what the Show had to offer.       The Stock Show is a tradition for the F.F.A and every year they go […]

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Jake Miller Takes Student Films to the Next Level

Jake Miller Takes Student Films to the Next Level

by Megan Miller           Whether it be a heartfelt or terrifying story, junior Jake Miller knows how to make it come to life on camera. When one thinks of extracurricular activities, sports and clubs come to mind, but Miller has a different idea. This junior at Estes Park High School has found pleasure in developing his own film company, Awakening Films, and enjoys making movies […]

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The Down-Low on Rod and Howard

The Down-Low on Rod and Howard

By Bethan Denney and Grace Mechem Every day each student and faculty member steps through the doors of Estes Park High School and has a different experience than everyone else. Each separate human goes through a separate day, attends different classes and meetings, feels different emotions, and observes different people and happenings. The differences of lives that surround us in such a small area are […]

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EPHS GSA: What it Means for Our Futures

EPHS GSA: What it Means for Our Futures

By Zoe Hester and Phoebe Dillon             High School has always been the time to begin the search for who you truly are. Whether that is finding your niche in the school, or realizing who you feel comfortable identifying as depends on every person.             This year, Estes Park High School has taken a step towards helping students find themselves, a GSA club.                        Founded […]

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