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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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The Interview: G. Willow Wilson, author and Boulder High School graduate

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief Last week, a distinguished Boulder High alum returned home to speak at the highly renowned Conference of World Affairs held annually at the University of Colorado. G. Willow Wilson took part in a panel at Boulder … Continue reading

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Opinion: Conference on World Affairs informs students but lacks controversial topics

By Loic Guegan, staff writer This year, Boulder High hosted four panels for the Conference on World Affairs and also featured a performance by the band Gooding. All the panelists were very intelligent and qualified, and they also featured two … Continue reading

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Opinion: Conference on World Affairs at Boulder High enlightens minds of students who are allowed to attend

By Cory Waltrip, editor-in-chief The students on the Conference of World Affairs Committee for Boulder High should be congratulated; they couldn’t have picked a timelier panel with more intelligent, articulate and qualified presenters. “From Arab Spring to Nuclear Winter” was … Continue reading

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Opinion: Education reform can’t be accomplished on a meager budget

By Starsong Brittain, staff writer Boulder High was host to a panel of four experts from different fields related to the education system on April 5 during the Conference on World Affairs. The experts talked about how outdated our education … Continue reading

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Opinion: Conference on World Affairs doesn’t deliver this year

By Cory Waltrip, features editor The Conference of World Affairs didn’t bring it this year. It just wasn’t the same as in years past. It lacked pizzazz, fireworks, controversy and good argumentative debates. I mean that’s what the CWA is … Continue reading

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CWA panelists discuss past, present and future of the nuclear family in American society

By Tessa Sadighi, staff writer Four people with different views on family lifestyles sat down to talk to Boulder High students during the Conference on World Affairs on April 5. Adrienne Ash, Robert George, Clare Murphy and Michael Stoff each … Continue reading

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The world’s affairs come to Boulder High as CWA gets underway next week

By Cory Waltrip, features editor The Muslim Revolutions, the climate, WikiLeaks and a panel titled “Nuclear Family Meltdown” — certainly this year’s edition of the Conference of World Affairs packs no less of a punch than in past years. The … Continue reading

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Planning for 63rd annual Conference of World Affairs underway

By Jordan Hohlfelder, news editor The University of Colorado at Boulder will host the 63rd annual Conference of World Affairs from April 5-7. The conference includes participants from all over the country who will gather to discuss world issues that … Continue reading

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