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The Student News Site of Coronado High School

  • Cougars Care Clothing Exchange on March 18th in the Auditorium
  • Almost SOLD OUT of Yearbooks! Order by Match 1st to guarantee a book!!
  • First Track Meet Held at CSU Pueblo 3/9
  • Job Fair on April 25th from 10-2pm in the Coronado Main Gym
The Student News Site of Coronado High School

The Cougar Daily

The Student News Site of Coronado High School

The Cougar Daily

How Will the Cougars Fair at State: A Look ahead at This Year’s Track Season
Not Just the “Fins”: Thorough Wrap Up for Girl’s Swim and Dive 2023-2024

Not Just the “Fins”: Thorough Wrap Up for Girl’s Swim and Dive 2023-2024

February 8, 2024

Preparing for the Post Wrestling Season

Preparing for the Post Wrestling Season

January 27, 2024

Coronado High School Student Hits 1,000 Points on the Court

Coronado High School Student Hits 1,000 Points on the Court

January 25, 2024

The Overshadowed Indoor Sports

The Overshadowed Indoor Sports

December 12, 2023

Hoops with the Cougs

Hoops with the Cougs

December 7, 2023

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Coronado’s Artistic Success at Scholastic Awards
New Economic Developments to Bring More Businesses to Colorado Springs

New Economic Developments to Bring More Businesses to Colorado Springs

January 25, 2024

Everything to know about Market Day!

Everything to know about Market Day!

December 7, 2023

Senior Scholarship Opportunities

Senior Scholarship Opportunities

December 7, 2023

Immigrants Make America Great

Immigrants Make America Great

October 6, 2023

Men and Facial Hair: A Hairy Situation

Men and Facial Hair: A Hairy Situation

October 5, 2023

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The Cougar Cast: A Coronado Original

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The Grammys Misrepresenting Rock/Alternative Genre
ARTPOP: Trivial Pop Music for Serious Artists

ARTPOP: Trivial Pop Music for Serious Artists

February 8, 2024

Coronado’s Artistic Success at Scholastic Awards

Coronado’s Artistic Success at Scholastic Awards

January 29, 2024

Cold Gloved Hands: The Revival of Mickey Mouse and the Death of Disney’s Dominion

Cold Gloved Hands: The Revival of Mickey Mouse and the Death of Disney’s Dominion

January 25, 2024

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To Work or Not Work? That is the Question: The Pros and Cons of Working as a Teenager

Jayden Sleight, Staff Writer | February 22, 2024

The truth is everybody loves money, especially teenagers. As teens, we love to be able to buy clothes, games, and food. The often sought out answer to this is having a job. Many young individuals are turned away from working a job. Understandably, it's a daunting experience; more-so, it's a new experience. Many say it's the first door to the real world. With that being said, many will...

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Should You Go To College?

Rhianna Smith | February 22, 2024

Often students in high school can't decide whether they will attend college; they'll ask themselves if college is even worth it, so is college worth it for you? Generally, college graduates often have a higher earning and employment rate, and most high employment places won't hire unless you have a college degree. What can people get out of college, Utah State University states that “adults...

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Reintroduction of Wolves in Colorado

Rhianna Smith, Writer
February 8, 2024

Wolves are being reintroduced into Colorado. In effort to make wolves permanent in Colorado’s wildlife, Proposition 114 is a proposition that calls for the wolf reintroduction on lands west of the continental divide. According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, “the Parks and Wildlife Commission passed the final Colorado wolf restoration and management plan.” Wolves are being reintroduced as a way...

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Tree Huggers: The Outdoor Class Is at It Again

Phoenix Apedaile, Editor
September 21, 2023

It’s called Citizen Science, a method of research in which everyday people partner with professional scientists to collect data. Mr. Steve Ottmer’s outdoor science students have become Citizen Scientists themselves, exploring the natural world in the name of scientific discovery. Just two weeks ago, the class ventured to the Fossil Ridge Wilderness Area near Gunnison, CO, collecting...

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What is ChatGPT? How is it being used?

Nicole Olivas, Staff Writer
April 27, 2023

ChatGPT has not been around for an exceedingly long time, but it is becoming very widely used by students. ChatGPT is owned and developed by an AI research and deployment company, OpenAI. It was founded by a highly intelligent group of people, which includes Elon Musk, Sam Altman, Peter Thiel, OpenAI chief scientist Ilya Sutskever, Jessica Livingston, and Linkedin cofounder, Reid Hoffman. The program...

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The Potty Mouth Week Twenty One (2/12 - 2/16)
The Potty Mouth Week Twenty One (2/12 - 2/16)
Savannah Lawrence, Copy Editor • February 13, 2024

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Coronado Vegans and Vegetarians: Can they Eat?
Immigrants Make America Great

Immigrants Make America Great

October 6, 2023

Mock Trial Season Ramps Up

Mock Trial Season Ramps Up

September 21, 2023

S.A.G.A. Start Up in Wake of Club Q Shooting

S.A.G.A. Start Up in Wake of Club Q Shooting

December 8, 2022

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Cleaning up the Wild West of the Hallways: Sheriff Lobato Seeks Tumble Weed-Worthy Hallways During Classes
The Dawn of a New Era

The Dawn of a New Era

February 8, 2024

Reintroduction of Wolves in Colorado

Reintroduction of Wolves in Colorado

February 8, 2024

Digital SAT: All You Need to Know

Digital SAT: All You Need to Know

February 8, 2024

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