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Opinion: A Farewell to ‘The Owl’

By Chandler Baker & Keile Kropf, editors One of the hardest things about senior year is saying goodbye and experiencing everything for the last time. We focus so much on the anticipation of college, graduation and summer that we sometimes … Continue reading

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Ready or not, Brazil, the world is coming

By Eris Hollingshead, staff writer As this year’s World Cup fans eagerly count down the days until June 12 when the opening match will be held in São Paulo, Brazil, against Spain, Brazil rushes to get everything prepared in time … Continue reading

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High School students struggle to find summer jobs

By Jacque Szarmach & Kelley McQuillen, staff writers As the school year comes to end, many high school students search for the perfect summer job. Around Boulder, it can be both easy and difficult to find a job, depending on … Continue reading

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Conference on World Affairs student planning committee celebrates another successful conference with annual breakfast

By Jayden Simelda-Longe, editor Many of the students who put together the Conference on World Affairs panels at Boulder High in early April gathered at Le Peep in Boulder to enjoy a free breakfast hosted by Boulder High media specialist … Continue reading

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LOYO students study substance abuse by attending community support-group meetings

By Jayden Simelda-Longe & Keile Kropf, editors Taking a different approach to learning about drugs and alcohol, Living on Your Own teacher Nancie Halfmann suggested that students attend meetings in the community to learn about the issues of dealing with … Continue reading

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Seniors plan for college as graduation approaches

By Eris Hollingshead, staff writer As the 2013-2014 school year comes to an end, seniors at Boulder High are anxious to see what the next chapter of their lives hold for them. Although many seniors are feeling bittersweet about leaving … Continue reading

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Boulder prepares for event-packed Memorial Day Weekend

By Zoe Dulchinos & Eris Hollingshead, staff writers Memorial Day is around the corner, and as tradition has it, Boulder kicks off the summer with the 2014 Bolder Boulder 10K race and the Boulder Creek Festival. This year will be … Continue reading

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Review: ‘Neighbors’ short on plot points

By Chandler Baker, editor & Eris Hollingshead, staff writer From the get go, Neighbors had the audience weak with its witty jokes and funny scenarios. Starring Zac Efron and Seth Rogen, the film is very entertaining, much like Efron’s abs. … Continue reading

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Opinion: The dangers that can result from trespassing onto a domestic water supply

By Chandler Baker, editor & Hayleigh Criss & Isabelle Burridge, special to The Owl Throughout our lives, there are times when we do something without thinking about the potential effects and harms that may occur due to our actions. Whether … Continue reading

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Advanced Placement exams offer a variety of benefits to students

By Chandler Baker, editor & Zoe Dulchinos, staff writer While most high school seniors are winding down their Boulder High careers, for some the last few weeks are the most stressful. Advanced Placement exam weeks signify the conclusion of schoolwork … Continue reading

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