Elevate Magazine 6.1 – Fall 2020
The City That Never Sleeps is Sleeping

May 11, 2020

Filmed, edited and produced by Armando Maldonado '21  RJTV Reporter Armando Maldonado ’21 visited...

Microscopic Problem, Macroscopic Consequences

May 11, 2020

By Ryan Tierney '20 On January 20th of this year, global crude oil prices were at relatively...

An Evening with Pete: A Profile of the Democrats’ Youngest Presidential Hopeful

February 11, 2020

Quotes from Pete Buttigieg and rally attendees are from Buttigieg’s rally on January 8th, 2020, unless...

Questions Arise with Changes to School Events

December 16, 2019

By Natalie Skaggs ‘20 Three months ago the student body was raddled with the realization of a rumor:...

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Dear Freshman
Dear Freshman

August 13, 2020

Dear Freshman,   Transitioning into high school must be a nerve-wracking thought for you because...

Dear Freshman

July 29, 2020

To the Class of 2024: We have a little over a month until school starts! We may not be sure what that looks like yet, but I definitely hope you all get to walk through the doors of Tradition Hall and experience the love and community that Regis Jesuit has to offer in person. Being a freshman this year is going to be different. You may be feeling nervous, excited, or maybe a little of both as you start your high school journey during this unorthodox school year. From my experience, much of the new senior class is feeling those very same emotions. It can be difficult to reckon with all of the usual Back to School thoughts--like what you are going to wear or what classes you will be taking--with all of the turmoil in our world right now. In order to help guide you through the rest of the summer and the beginning of freshman year, the upperclassmen have decided to share a series of advice letters with you. We will share some of the things we wish we had known when we were freshmen and some of our favorite parts of Regis Jesuit. We hope that you find them useful.

Dear Freshman

July 13, 2020

To the Class of 2024: We have a little over a month until school starts! We may not be sure what that looks like yet, but I definitely hope you all get to walk through the doors of Tradition Hall and experience the love and community that Regis Jesuit has to offer in person. Being a freshman this year is going to be different. You may be feeling nervous, excited, or maybe a little of both as you start your high school journey during this unorthodox school year. From my experience, much of the new senior class is feeling those very same emotions. It can be difficult to reckon with all of the usual Back to School thoughts--like what you are going to wear or what classes you will be taking--with all of the turmoil in our world right now. In order to help guide you through the rest of the summer and the beginning of freshman year, the upperclassmen have decided to share a series of advice letters with you. We will share some of the things we wish we had known when we were freshmen and some of our favorite parts of Regis Jesuit. We hope that you find them useful.

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The Saints Go Marching to New Territory: QB Taysom Hill takes over for the Saints
Podcast: Denver Sports During Quarantine

Podcast: Denver Sports During Quarantine

May 15, 2020

A podcast by Wesley Dwyer '22 Episode 1: featuring Peter Smith and Cole Brandsma Greeting you from...

Hudson Ridley’s A Guide to 2020 NBA Offseason

Hudson Ridley’s A Guide to 2020 NBA Offseason

April 27, 2020

By Hudson Ridley '22 A Guide to NBA Offseason 2020 The current NBA hiatus has left many fans wondering...

Round 1 NFL Draft Recap

Round 1 NFL Draft Recap

April 24, 2020

Round 1 NFL Draft Recap   The first round of the 2020 NFL draft took place last night and...

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The Final Lesson: A 2020 Graduation Speech by Ryan Tierney ’20
Dear Regis Jesuit, … From the 2020 Graduating Class

Dear Regis Jesuit, … From the 2020 Graduating Class

May 20, 2020

Senior RJTV Reporter Maddie Plank with a closing video letter from the class of 2020  ALSO WATCH...

Flik-Fil-A vs. Popeyes

Flik-Fil-A vs. Popeyes

March 19, 2020

Flik Fil A- How does it Stack up to the Popeyes Chicken Sandwich? Without a doubt, the Regis Jesuit...

Top 5 Reasons Music Festivals Are a Must

Top 5 Reasons Music Festivals Are a Must

May 20, 2019

Mariano Adame '20 5 -Financial $200. That is the average cost of festival tickets to Coachella...

All But Forgotten

All But Forgotten

May 20, 2019

By Cara Williams ‘21 In light of STEM school… Almost two weeks ago, a mass shooting occurred...

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Get away from your phone and sit and watch a live play

Get away from your phone and sit and watch a live play

May 21, 2019

by: Ryan Ringelman '21 On May 8th, I went to see a play for the first time in almost seven years...

Connecting with the text in Mrs. Dawkins Shakespeare class

Connecting with the text in Mrs. Dawkins Shakespeare class

May 21, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PUPv2LBagTQ We visited Mrs.Dawkins Shakespeare class, and got to hear...

Real World Projects Coming From Graphic Design

Real World Projects Coming From Graphic Design

May 17, 2019

https://youtu.be/mlDb74iYr2w Filmed and edited by John Sullivan '21 & Andres Osuna '22

Following a Funky Tea Set in Ceramics

Following a Funky Tea Set in Ceramics

May 17, 2019

https://youtu.be/FmP2DNh7ILc RJ Media Reports followed Grace Butler '19 as she made her tea set...

Diving in to Mr. Maes’ Fine Art 1 Class

Diving in to Mr. Maes’ Fine Art 1 Class

May 15, 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1YFq2yvAyxg Brendan O'Toole '21 and Jack Zirbel '21 take a...

Streaming: Leading the Melody in the Musical World

May 10, 2019

By Will Barbera '20 As an industry worth over $43 billion as of 2018, music thrives globally....

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Student media, Regis Jesuit High School
Student media, Regis Jesuit High School