Monthly Archives: February 2011

Waltrip’s Wildlife: A cute pooch for the ladies

By Cory Waltrip, features editor All of the animals preceding No.6 have been tough, voracious predators, whether they are under the sea or in the air. But now comes an animal for the ladies, the Komondor dog.

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New club offers students an opportunity to participate in water polo

By Joey Danaher, staff writer This year there is a new co-ed Water Polo Club, which focuses on playing water polo and learning the skills necessary to play the game. The team is open to anyone at Boulder High. Experience … Continue reading

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Review: Best Picture honor should go to a ‘Fighter’ when Oscars are handed out Sunday night

By Cory Waltrip, features editor From a low-budget, no-name film (“Winter’s Bone”) to an animated kids movie (“Toy Story 3”), this year’s Oscar picks include it all. In the second year in a row that the Academy picked 10 movies … Continue reading

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Lady Panthers defeat George Washington Patriots in first round of playoffs

By Lani Mertes, staff writer The Boulder girls basketball team met hometown rival Fairview on Friday, hoping to avenge their previous loss this season. The difference between this game and the one in January was unmistakable. Instead of getting blown … Continue reading

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Student council sponsors blood drive

By Cory Waltrip, features editor Heaven, the upstairs room near the Pit, was filled with blood and transformed into somewhat of a hospital on Feb. 17 when it served as the staging area for Boulder High’s blood drive. While there … Continue reading

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‘Toy Story 3’ deserves the Oscar

By Benn Myers, commentary editor Looking over the list of  best picture nominees for the Oscar, I’ve had a difficult time picking a favorite. “The King’s Speech?”  An undeniably good film by any standard.  “Inception?”  Maybe not the deepest film, but … Continue reading

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Review: Bieber proves himself via 3D film

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor Though there are a fair amount of people out there who thoroughly dislike Justin Bieber, there are also millions of fans, namely teenage girls. Bieber’s latest movie, Never Say Never, premiered Feb. 11 worldwide. My … Continue reading

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Bo Burnham: More than just a comedian

By Benn Myers, commentary editor Watching Bo Burnham was weird for me.  He started out as some goofy kid contained in the blue text of a random link sent to me over Facebook.  After that, he slowly grew on me. … Continue reading

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Boulder High swims to fifth place finish at state meet

By Joey Danaher, staff writer Ten members of Boulder High’s girls swim team qualified for the state swim meet at EPIC in Fort Collins last Friday and Saturday and went home with two All-American Consideration times, a new school record … Continue reading

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