Daily Archives: October 16, 2011

New Boulder High student experiences media frenzy after family’s cat found wandering streets of New York five years after going missing

By Morgan Fleming, staff writer Maybe Willow took a wrong turn one day or simply wanted to experience a new setting, but however it may have happened, five years after losing their cat, the Squires family received a call saying … Continue reading

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Senior tributes deadline for the 2012 ‘Odaroloc’ approaches

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor As the yearbook staff begins work on its book production, the deadline for senior tributes, which are due on Oct. 21, is quickly approaching as well. The photos, order form and checks, which should be … Continue reading

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Owl Poll: The new modified block schedule

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Review: The Airborne Toxic Event brings the house down at the Fillmore Auditorium

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief On a great night for rock and roll in Denver, The Airborne Toxic Event played to a largely filled Fillmore Auditorium on Oct. 9. The Foo Fighters also played at the Pepsi Center on the same … Continue reading

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Poms prepare for upcoming competitions after qualifying for nationals for first time in three years

By Quetzani Montano-Sevilla, staff writer For the poms team at Boulder High, the new school year brings many exciting changes. With three new coaches, the team is ready to tackle this year’s events with confidence. Over the summer, the poms … Continue reading

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Ultimate Frisbee team starts off an ultimate season by defeating Fairview twice

By Haley Davis, staff writer Boulder High’s Ultimate Frisbee team has started off to a decent season with a 5-5. Two of the wins came against Fairview. Boulder won the first game with a score of 15-11 and took the … Continue reading

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Review: How much food is too much? All Cultures Day offered many opportunities to bulk up for winter

By Morgan Fleming, staff writer All Cultures Day on Oct. 7 not only stuffed my stomach, but it also managed to stuff a good portion of the student body into the cafeteria. While the variety of food offered was a … Continue reading

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Corduroys and flannels: Keeping it classy and casual for the winter months

By Loic Guegan, staff writer With winter approaching, it’s time to bust out the jeans and jackets. The only problem is wearing jeans every day can get old and boring, and jeans also aren’t the most comfortable. The same can … Continue reading

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