Monthly Archives: November 2011

Boulder pottery students shine at Boulder County Fairgrounds while sweeping top three awards in competition

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief Boulder High swept the awards at the Boulder Potters Guild Show, winning first, second and third place at the Boulder County Fairgrounds last weekend. Emma Vigers, a sophomore, won the top prize and pocketed $100. Freshman … Continue reading

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Opinion: When seniors play on their ditch day, underclassmen, teachers experience their absence in different ways

By Haley Davis, staff writer Whether it’s going skiing, hanging out with friends or even just sleeping all day, every year a large percentage of the seniors don’t show up to school on senior ditch day. What kind of an … Continue reading

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Led by new head coach Mischke, girls varsity basketball team heads into season with high expectations

By Chandler Baker & Haley Davis, staff writers For a team that made it to the Sweet 16 last year with a record of 13-13, much is expected from the girls varsity basketball team as the squad begins the season … Continue reading

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Annual Showcase to offer potential incoming freshmen an opportunity to learn about academic programs, extracurricular groups at BHS

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief Boulder High will be opening its doors to prospective incoming students and parents on Thursday night during the annual  Showcase event. In addition to learning more about the academic programs at BHS, future Panthers will be … Continue reading

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Along with their performances, students in choir love the free-spirit atmosphere of the class

By Chandler Baker, staff writer Starting with a performance by the Concert Choir and ending with a beautiful harmony from the whole choir program, the BHS singers launched the holiday season with a concert the week before Thanksgiving break. The … Continue reading

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New-look Panthers ready for tip off of 2012 campaign with new coach at helm

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief & Loic Guegan, staff writer The varsity boys basketball team comes into the 2011-12 season hoping to build on last year’s state final run. The Panthers lost some key players from last year and need their … Continue reading

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Review: ‘In Time’ worth moviegoers’ time despite its overuse of word play

By Chandler Baker, staff writer If only dying didn’t seem so easy in the futuristic action-thriller In Time.  Stars Justin Timberlake and Amanda Seyfried belong to the world of the young as aging ends once one turns 25. Then the … Continue reading

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Boulder High’s Model United Nations team trumps other high schools at CU conference

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor Boulder High, along with 17 of the most academically competitive schools in the state, competed at the University of Colorado High School Model United Nations competition on Saturday. The team won the “Outstanding Overall Delegation” … Continue reading

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Opinon: Penn State’s Joe Paterno should’ve resigned after sexual abuse scandal

By Loic Guegan, staff writer Penn State head coach was fired last week after news of a sexual abuse scandal involving a coach that was on his staff. Reports state that a former assistant coach by the name of Jerry … Continue reading

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