Monthly Archives: May 2011

Opinion: Farewell BHS, you will be missed

By Schuyler Wright, sports editor Now that I have finally turned my tassel from the right to left, I can look back on my experience at Boulder High in a much more “big-picture” sense. I have come a long way … Continue reading

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Opinion: Owl senior editors won’t be soon forgotten

By Cory Waltrip, features editor When I signed up for the journalism class last February, I had no idea what to expect. The first day I showed up for class, I was met with three loud, unabashed seniors. These three … Continue reading

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Opinion: A not-so-bittersweet goodbye

By Benn Myers, commentary editor Well, the time has finally come when it no longer feels premature to say that high school is coming to an end.  I’m entering the last week of a four-year stay at Boulder High, and … Continue reading

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Girls soccer team says goodbye to seniors as rebuilding season comes to an end

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor As the girls soccer season comes to an end, it is bittersweet for many members of the team. The varsity team finished the season with a 5-8-2 record, which was hard fought according to senior … Continue reading

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Review: Teens love to ‘stumble’ on Stumbleupon

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor The new phenomenon Stumbleupon.com is taking the high school and college scenes by storm. The Web site, which entertains the masses with its ingenius way of picking sites that apply to the user’s interests, makes … Continue reading

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Boys varsity lacrosse team bows out in first round of playoffs with loss to Cherokee Trail

By Cory Waltrip, features editor With a strike of a few quick goals, the Boulder High boys lacrosse team fell too far behind to come back in their first-round playoff game, losing 12-8 to No.11-seeded Cherokee Trail. “The game wasn’t … Continue reading

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Friday the 13th benefit concert in BHS courtyard aims to raise funds for Doctors Without Borders

By Joey Danaher, staff writer Boulder High’s Business Foundations class and the group CA + R3K are teaming up tomorrow to raise money for Doctors Without Borders. Junior Conor Alu and senior Riley Keating make up CA + R3K and … Continue reading

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Yearbook distribution begins Tuesday in conjunction with rescheduled Spring Fling

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor As the year comes to a close, there are few events that mark the end of one chapter and the beginning of another such as prom, the paper drop and, of course, graduation. However, there … Continue reading

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Opinion: Confessions of a bad music addict

By Benn Myers, commentary editor Hey, my name is Benn Myers, and I’m ashamed of the contents on my iPod. I don’t know how it happened exactly. I started young; I just never really got exposed to good music.  My … Continue reading

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Review: Dubstep group Zed’s Dead knocks out sold-out crowd at The Ogden

By Lani Mertes, staff writer Zed’s Dead, a band I can only describe as “alternative dubstep,” performed at The Ogden in Denver on April 15. This was my first real dubstep show, and I didn’t quite know what to expect, … Continue reading

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