Monthly Archives: October 2010

Uncommon names reflect their unique origins

By Laura Maurer, staff writer Do you think your name is unique? According to some students at Boulder High School, these two names are some of the more uncommon ones that they have come across.

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Opinion: Self-designed costumes more interesting than standard fare

By Michael Raynak, staff writer The time of year has yet again arisen, and people are already designing their once-a-year personality changes.

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Review: The ‘Jackass’ team is back and well worth the price of admission

By Michael Raynak, staff writer The stupid and hilarious new movie Jackass 3D is no doubt the best of the trilogy. The stunts are more daring, and some leave you feeling sick.

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Wildfire cancels Friday night showing of haunted house

  By Starsong Brittain, staff writer Because of the Dome Wildfire that broke out earlier in the day, Freaque’s Show, the Boulder High haunted house, was cancelled Friday night but was able to open on Saturday after the fire was … Continue reading

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Student groups plan Unity Day in response to threats against Latinos

By Kathia Ramirez, staff writer Two threats were found written in two separate Boulder High School bathrooms on Monday, one of which indicated that a gun was going to be brought to school today and that everyone was going to … Continue reading

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Acts of vandalism take rivalry to new extreme, result in arrests

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news/features editor The Boulder-Fairview rivalry was taken to a new extreme on Oct. 22 when Fairview students arrived at school to find their building and fields defaced. Five Boulder High students, three of whom have been criminally … Continue reading

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Boulder High boys soccer team defeats Columbine 2-0 to advance in playoffs

By Cory Waltrip, staff writer The Boulder High boys varsity soccer team kept it going in the playoffs with a 2-0 victory over the visiting Columbine Rebels Thursday night and will face either Arapahoe or Fairview at 7 p.m. Tuesday … Continue reading

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Editorial: Threats minimize the gravity of tragedy

By Benn Myers, commentary editor We are not a bad school. We do not believe that we are, in any way, characterized by cruelty and hate.  Instances of such things occur sporadically and in no way define us.  We pride … Continue reading

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Panthers blow out Chatfield 8-1 in first-round playoff victory

By Cory Waltrip, staff writer The Boulder High varsity soccer team won its first-round playoff game, defeating the Chatfield Chargers 8-1, and will face No.19 Columbine, who beat Mountain Range 3-2, at 7 p.m. Thursday night at Recht Field. Goals … Continue reading

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T’is the scaring season

By Starsong Brittain, staff writer You crack open the door to see what’s out there. What shuffled down the hall? Did it knock on the door? Was that a voice that came from the wall? The month of October is … Continue reading

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