Category Archives: Front Page

Opinion: Is the expense of prom worth it or not?

By Kelley McQuillen & Jacque Szarmach, staff writers As prom approaches this weekend, everyone’s wallets slowly get thinner. Although students are excited for prom, the costs that come along with it can put a damper on the night. A new … Continue reading

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Panthers boys lacrosse team notches second win of season against Legend

By Kelley McQuillen & Jacque Szarmach, staff writers Coming off a series of tough losses, the Boulder High boys lacrosse team  defeated Legend High School 7-6 on a last-second goal by senior Brandon Jacobs. The team’s new head coach Collin … Continue reading

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Matt Moniz: Dispatches from the top of the world

By Matt Moniz, special to The Owl (Editor’s Note: Boulder High School sophomore Matt Moniz is currently on an expedition to climb several peaks, including Mt. Everest. He will periodically provide updates about his progress.) Upon arriving in Katmandu after 29 … Continue reading

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Boulder High students participate in national Day of Silence in support of  LGBTQ teens

By Jayden Simelda-Longe, editor Boulder High students participated in the Day of Silence, an LGBT anti-bullying event, on April 11. The national event was marked by students who took a day-long vow of silence that was representative of those who feel … Continue reading

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After tough loss to crosstown rival Fairview, Boulder High baseball team rebounds with win against Fossil Ridge

By Keile Kropf, editor & Zoe Dulchinos, staff writer The adjustment that follows the induction of a new coaching staff has seemed to follow a learning curve for Boulder High baseball. With change comes wins and losses, but the team … Continue reading

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University of Connecticut dominates 2014 NCAA March Madness

By Kelley McQuillen & Jacque Szarmach, staff writers March Madness came to an end for both the men and the women, each wrapping up their tournaments on  April 8. Sixty-eight teams in each bracket competed for a national championship that … Continue reading

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Girls soccer team falls 1-0 to crosstown rival Fairview after 1-1 tie against Monarch

By Chandler Baker, editor & Eris Hollingshead, staff writer The Boulder girls soccer team’s game against their crosstown rival Fairview was a neck-in-neck battle filled with lots of built-up emotions and fierce competition. Unfortunately for the Panthers,  Fairview senior striker … Continue reading

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Students tour out-of-state colleges over spring break

By Jayden Simelda-Longe, editor Spring break is often a time students use to relax and celebrate not being in school. However, over spring break, several BHS students opted to visit out-of-state colleges to go over their future educational options. Colleges … Continue reading

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Student Council plans to take prom-goers to Rio for an evening

By Kelley McQuillen & Jacque Szarmach, staff writers This year’s Prom, which features the theme Rio and decorations that involve Carnival, Brazil, birds, beads and the beach, is scheduled for April 26 from 9-12 p.m. at the Boulder Theater. Every … Continue reading

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Boulder High Model United Nations club prepares for upcoming conference under new officers

By Jayden Simelda-Longe, editor Before the end of Spring Break, members of Model United Nations were preparing for an upcoming conference in Denver, and elections for officer positions were also conducted on March 19. Members who had attended three or more conferences … Continue reading

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