Monthly Archives: April 2011

Opinion: The price of prom dresses is a matter of choice, girls

By Benn Myers, commentary editor I’m getting really sick of hearing about prom dresses. I don’t seek the conversation out. I’m not even going to prom, but it seems like inevitably every time I’m in a conversation with a girl, … Continue reading

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Boulder High students plan to dress to impress

By Joey Danaher, staff writer As prom approaches, girls and boys alike are worrying about money, dates, limos, tickets, dresses and tuxes. As a girl, I have mostly heard about and been interested in the fashion aspect of the event. … Continue reading

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Review: Boulder’s got talent, but the showcase seems disorganized

By Joey Danaher, staff writer Boulder High’s talent show on April 16 was a collection of various impressive musical acts in which classical piano pieces were showcased as well as original songs. Sophomore Ben Price was the host and a … Continue reading

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Badminton ballers bash birdies at state tournament, bring another title home to Boulder High

By Cory Waltrip, features editor The birdies were flying and the racquets were whacking as the Boulder High Panthers came home with yet another state championship. BHS won the Badminton State Tournament, backed by a strong second place finish in … Continue reading

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Review: Mimosa rocks sold-out show at the Boulder Theater

By Joey Danaher, staff writer The Boulder Theater was host on April 16 to a sold-out show by Mimosa that also featured was opening acts Archnemisis and Boppo. The doors opened at 9:30 p.m., but the crowd didn’t congregate until … Continue reading

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Platt benefits from his love for baseball on the diamond and in the classroom

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor The baseball season has begun, and while many of the players on the varsity team are seniors, one junior stands out. Center fielder Dylan Platt has shined throughout his baseball career. Platt, who has played … Continue reading

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Opinion: Amateurism in sports is a lost cause

By Schuyler Wright, sports editor The idea of amateurism in sports is a long dead ideal, propped up by the façade of a perceived purity in high school and college athletics. Gone are the wholesome ideas that movies such as … Continue reading

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Two of three Boulder High Boettcher Scholars choose Colorado schools over Ivies

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor For three lucky Boulder High senior recipients, the Boettcher Foundation has granted a fully paid college education to any university within Colorado. Seniors Rosa Baum, Jessie Shapiro and Nick Anderson were awarded the scholarship due … Continue reading

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Boys swim team dives into a new season

By Joey Danaher, staff writer As this year’s swim season gets underway, the Panthers plan to make a big splash. Twenty-five boys make up this year’s team, and they’re getting into the thick of the season with five meets under … Continue reading

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StuCo elections begin and end with gusto as new officers get nod

By Cory Waltrip, features editor The Boulder High student council elections ended a hotly contested race in two classes. Next year’s junior and sophomore class presidents were announced during seventh period, and the winner’s were Dante Ascarrunz, junior class president, … Continue reading

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