Monthly Archives: January 2012

Boulder finishes losing week with a frustrating overtime loss to Loveland

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief The Boulder High varsity boys basketball team continued its downward slide, losing all three games last week against the Fort Collins schools. Last Tuesday, the Panthers fell to Fort Collins 65-46 and then lost to Fossil … Continue reading

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Boulder High’s new vending machines offer healthier fare but are off-limits during lunch due to government policy

By Eliot Meade, staff writer As students returned from winter break, one of the things they may have noticed that was different about Boulder High was the array of new vending machines dispersed throughout the school. These new vending machines … Continue reading

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Review: People Under the Stairs keep it real at the Fox Theater

By Loic Guegan, staff writer People Under the Stairs didn’t disappoint on Jan. 25 at the Fox Theater In Boulder. The concert also included guest Prime Element, who has also performed shows with Dilated People as well as well-known hip … Continue reading

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Opinion: Stepping outside Boulder Bubble provides new experiences, perspectives for travelers

By Eliot Meade, staff writer Over winter break, I was lucky enough to jump outside the Boulder Bubble and travel to Vietnam. It was unlike anything I have ever seen. From the first day, the trip was full of new … Continue reading

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Review: Apple Store caught up in innovative reputation, should be paying more attention to customer service

By Joey Danaher, assistant editor The last time I was a buyer at the Apple Store, I was in sixth grade. Then and now, the Apple Store has been ahead of its time. At my most recent visit, the store’s … Continue reading

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Opinion: Boulder High is a public school in the process of losing its students’ right to freedom of expression

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief Boulder High is turning into a public school that is beginning to resemble a private, religiously affiliated institution. Rules are starting to be passed down that restrict students’ rights to free speech and freedom of expression. … Continue reading

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Opinion: The NBA is no match for college basketball

By Loic Guegan, staff writer As a basketball fan, I find that the highest level of the game that players can reach is far less exciting than college and high school. The National Basketball Association usually features one superstar with … Continue reading

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Local entrepreneurs look to give back to community with free workshop at BHS

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief Future Boulder High entrepreneurs should be aware of a great opportunity being offered at their school. Local entrepreneurs Jacque Anderson and Pete Welter are offering a free class to any aspiring Steve Jobs or Bill Gates … Continue reading

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BHS orchestra invited to attend, perform at Colorado Music Educators Conference at Broadmoor in Colorado Springs

By Eliot Meade, staff writer The Boulder High School orchestra performed with Centennial Middle School at the Macky Auditorium on Wednesday as a preview to their attendance at the Colorado Music Educators Conference this weekend  Although Boulder High performs at … Continue reading

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BHS wrestling team competes well, works toward its goals

By Eliot Meade, staff writer The Boulder High School varsity wrestling team took on Evergreen at a meet on Jan. 14, placing third out of 20 teams. The team also had some outstanding individual efforts: senior Connor Murtha placed first, … Continue reading

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