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College Board terminates SAT subject tests and optional essay
Q&A with Principal Silva about the COVID-19 vaccine

Q&A with Principal Silva about the COVID-19 vaccine

January 17, 2021

CCSD offers COVID-19 vaccination opportunities to staff – a look from teachers’ perspectives

CCSD offers COVID-19 vaccination opportunities to staff – a look from teachers’ perspectives

January 16, 2021

Democracy falls as the US Capitol building is mobbed by right-wing extremists

Democracy falls as the US Capitol building is mobbed by right-wing extremists

January 6, 2021

New hybrid schedule garners mixed feelings from students

New hybrid schedule garners mixed feelings from students

January 5, 2021

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Chasing Rings
Something to Prove

Something to Prove

January 25, 2021

      Everything was going great for the Creek Bruins in the 2019-2020 season. Ranked first in the 5A Centennial...

Despite disappointing loss last winter, Bruins ice hockey is gearing up for a successful season

Despite disappointing loss last winter, Bruins ice hockey is gearing up for a successful season

January 14, 2021

      Last season, the Cherry Creek High School varsity ice hockey team lost in the State Quarter finals in double...

Shut Up and Dribble? – USJ Best of 2020

Shut Up and Dribble? – USJ Best of 2020

December 25, 2020

This article was originally published in the October 2020 issue of the Union Street Journal. The USJ staff voted this article as the best of...

National Signing Day: COVID-19 Style

National Signing Day: COVID-19 Style

December 17, 2020

At 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday, December 16, six of Cherry Creek High School’s top tier football players put pen to paper and cemented the biggest...

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2020: Year in Pictures
Carly Philpott, Raegan Knobbe, Bre Mennenoh, and Staff • December 31, 2020

From even before the moment the ball dropped in Times Square on Jan. 1, 2020, it was clear that 2020 was going to be a bit different. 2020 began as a year much anticipated:...

Adapting to a new normal: English teacher David Rowe wasn
Teachers face new challenges with hybrid learning – USJ Best of 2020
December 23, 2020

This article was originally published in the October 2020 issue of the Union Street Journal. The USJ staff voted this article as the best of...

Beyond Recognition: a road sign just within Rocky Mountain National Park near Grand Lake stands burned only a few yards from where the fire was stopped by firefighters. The sign stands on the edge of a wetland that was also completely destroyed.
Recovering from the East Troublesome Fire
December 7, 2020

It’s been two months since the East Troublesome Wildfire first sparked in the Arapaho National Forest. Within nine days, the fire had grown...

Stuck under the surface
Stuck under the surface
February 29, 2020

It’s been eight months since the most recent suicide at Creek. With hope to stabilize the mental atmosphere, administration implemented the...

Driver’s License by Disney star Olivia Rodrigo has everyone in their feels
Review of Into the Wild: beliefs taken to the extreme

Review of Into the Wild: beliefs taken to the extreme

January 18, 2021

Soul: a simple, yet subversive experience

Soul: a simple, yet subversive experience

January 11, 2021

Katie Vasquez: TikTok Famous at Creek – USJ Best of 2020

Katie Vasquez: TikTok Famous at Creek – USJ Best of 2020

December 24, 2020

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Principal Silva is hopeful that the COVID-19 vaccine will help school return to normal. "I think that it should make us safer, even if not everybody takes it," Silva said. "And I think if you
Q&A with Principal Silva about the COVID-19 vaccine
Raegan Knobbe, Sports Editor • January 17, 2021

The COVID-19 vaccine will soon become available to teachers in Colorado. We talked to Principal Silva about how the vaccine will affect students, teachers, and staff at Creek. What...

A MIXED UP DESK AND A MIXED UP WORLD: School and home are scrambled together during the crazy Monday schedule at Cherry Creek High School. I didn’t have time to distinguish between what should be lunch yet is a completely different class. I didn’t have time to put away my textbooks for the next class as I got hit with five classes in a row. I’m not the only person who suffered at the hands of the new hybrid model.
The Monday schedule that became a disaster
Madison Seckman, Feature and Managing Editor • January 13, 2021

It’s 12:01 pm, and my Biology Honors class is starting. My stomach growls and begs me for the sushi I had been planning to eat for lunch. The rice is sitting in a bowl on...

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