Monthly Archives: March 2011

Language arts teacher Ryan Bishop allows his students to be themselves

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor   What makes a good teacher? Is it the activities they present in class or the atmosphere they create around them? Language arts teacher Ryan Bishop does all of the above. “He allows us to … Continue reading

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Local band Statewide Emergency chases their dream to Oregon

By Lani Mertes, staff writer Statewide Emergency, a Boulder- based band, took off in January for Portland, Oregon, in hopes of broadening their fan base and growing as a group. The founding members of Statewide Emergency grew up in Boulder, … Continue reading

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Unity Council hosts a week of school-wide activities to combat bullying

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor During the week of March 14-18, Unity Council came together to work on bringing the student body closer. In conjunction with a spirit week that led up to the Neon Dance on March 18, Unity … Continue reading

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Panthers run to state title falls short against three-peating Regis

By Schuyler Wright, sports editor After winning back-to-back games against No. 1 seeds, Boulder looked for the third time to be a charm Saturday night. In a somber, standing-room–only Coors Events Center, the Panther’s season came to an end. As … Continue reading

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Waltrip’s Wildlife: Hippo time

By Cory Waltrip, features editor As we enter the holy ground of the Top Ten Coolest Animals in the World, we will go with a classic animal from the wildest land of all, Africa. The hippopotamus clocks in at No. … Continue reading

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Panther TV looking for new talent to bolster its staff next year

By Benn Myers, commentary editor Panther Television, the well known Boulder High weekly news program, is in danger of extinction. “If we don’t get some new students working on Panther TV for next year, it will be produced by a … Continue reading

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Review: Well written script saves otherwise typical romantic comedy

By Lani Mertes, staff writer “No Strings Attached” is a charming romantic comedy that, although very predictable, still puts a smile on your face and is more than worth your time and money.  If you’re strongly against sexual content in … Continue reading

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Opinion: Are security cameras a feasible deterrent to theft?

By Benn Myers, commentary editor There’s been some talk about the idea of installing security cameras inside Boulder High. Many applaud the idea, stating that it will decrease theft and increase feelings of safety for students within the school.  Others … Continue reading

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BHS students won’t have Big Brother watching over them any time soon

By Cory Waltrip, features editor Beginning last spring, there have been a series of threats at Boulder High in addition to thefts from student lockers and faculty offices, and as a result, the idea of installing security cameras inside the … Continue reading

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BHS girls varsity basketball team wraps up a surprising season

By Lani Mertes, staff writer The Boulder High girls basketball program has gone through three different coaching staffs in the past three years; needless to say, the program has been shaken up more than most programs have. But with new … Continue reading

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