Monthly Archives: September 2011

Panthers receive a wake-up call from surging Mustangs as team suffers first loss of season to Mountain Range

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief The Boulder varsity football team had a rude awakening in their first loss of the season, falling to Mountain Range 21-0 on Friday at Five Star Stadium. The Panthers offense could never get going, and their … Continue reading

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Review: Nordstrom Rack gains popularity among Boulder teens looking for upscale yet inexpensive clothing

By Haley Davis, staff writer The 29th Street Mall has opened up a new store over the summer called Nordstrom Rack. This store offers many different brands of expensive clothing, ranging from Hollister to Juicy Couture, but they sell the … Continue reading

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Review: ‘The Help’ effectively captures the struggles of racial division in the South during the ‘60s

By Quetzani Montano-Sevilla, staff writer For those who enjoy a powerful cast that brings light to an emotional topic, The Help is the movie for you. Set in Mississippi during the 1960s, The Help showcases the lives of African American … Continue reading

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Opinion: Mr. Obama, the United States should accept Palestine’s bid for statehood

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief America has supported Israel through thick and thin since its inception less than a century ago. Through all the vexing issues of borders, brutal guerilla warfare and terrorism (or counter-terrorism, call it what you like), the … Continue reading

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Visual arts fundraiser enlists local stores to help supplement its program

By Haley Davis, staff writer The visual arts community at Boulder High is launching a fundraiser to benefit its program. The BHS Make-A-Difference program has purchased debit cards from participating grocery stores at 5-7 percent less than their face value. 

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Review: Packed courtyard threatens people’s personal bubbles during homecoming dance

By Chandler Baker, staff writer Though it can be argued that Boulder High’s homecoming was fantastic, Cirque De Boulder got a little too freaky, and I don’t mean the hired performers. There were many good things about the dance, followed … Continue reading

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Varsity volleyball team looks to turn season around with win over Mountain Range on Tuesday

By Haley Davis, staff writer The girls varsity volleyball team has gotten off to a rough start, but the players all believe that they can pull through and have a successful season, despite a setback to Legacy High School on … Continue reading

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Boulder High Bike Team races into second year with expectations to top last year’s success

By Chandler Baker, staff writer The Boulder High Mountain Bike Team is currently in its second year as part of the Colorado High School Cycling League, and this year, just like last, the team is full of high hopes for … Continue reading

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Girls softball team snags first league victory in extra innings against Greeley West

By Loic Guegan, staff writer After an extra-innings rally, the young Boulder High Panthers softball team overcame the Greeley West Spartans 12-11 to claim their first league victory. The Panthers improved their record to 5-7 (1-3 in league play), which … Continue reading

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Picking up where it left off last year, Team Rowdy brings life to the Boulder High fan section

By Loic Guegan, staff writer Boulder High sports are known for their success, but in the past two years they have also been known for their loud, supportive fan section known as Team Rowdy. Team Rowdy was created last year … Continue reading

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