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School: Learning to Play the Game

School: Learning to Play the Game

Steph Peterson, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018


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Every day you wake up for school around 6:00 am, get dressed, maybe eat breakfast, hopefully brush your teeth, then go to school. You spend seven grueling hours at school, get a ton of homework, and get told that you have yet another test coming up. Once you get home and start to work on your homework,...

Modern Mocked Music

Modern Mocked Music

Maggie Peck, Staff Writer

January 16, 2018


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“Rockstar, Rockstar, feel just like a rock, Rockstar, Star, Rockstar, Feel just like a.” That’s the current the number one song in America. It switches back and forth between two notes for the entire song without any sort of inflection. Music is something that will always be changing, trying to g...

Sulky Seniors

Sulky Seniors

Claire Tetro, Staff Writer

January 9, 2018


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  Senior year. After 11 years of school work and hours upon hours in the classroom, the time is finally here. We are seniors. We are graduating. We are moving on with our lives to bigger and better things. But throughout the years why does it seem as though our class is constantly cheated? Why are ...

Dreaming of the Future

Dreaming of the Future

Sidney Poulsen, Staff Writer

December 8, 2017


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You’re living your dream. Your whole life has been dedicated to getting into your dream college, becoming a pro basketball player,  marrying your high school sweetheart, getting that record deal to be the next big singer. Nothing can come between you and your aspirations. Until something does. Because t...

Life Is a Road Trip

Life Is a Road Trip

Jenna Burgesser, Staff Writer

December 7, 2017


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Life should be like a road trip. Are you living your life the way that you truly want it to be lived? Are you taking risks, going on adventures, and experiencing the world in a unique and individual way? Or, are you stuck, constantly going through the motions, living every day the same way with the same ...

What is Supreme?

What is Supreme?

Nate Sage, Staff Writer

December 1, 2017


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Supreme. A seven letter word you have probably heard all around the school. Supreme seems to be a brand known and owned by everyone and their mothers. But how did this little New York brand get so popular?   Let’s throw it back to 1994, when the brand first started. James Jebbia created Su...

Water Polo: The Unrecognized Sport

Water Polo: The Unrecognized Sport

Hannah Belmont, Staff Writer

November 30, 2017


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Two things you should know about water polo, “It’s in the water and it doesn’t include horses” said junior Ryan Bannon. Water polo isn’t a sport played by many but for Ryan it’s his whole life. Ryan started playing around age 10 and fell in love instantly. “I think this is my sixth ...

A New Look: The Future of Broomfield High School

A New Look: The Future of Broomfield High School

Gianni Martinez, Staff Writer

November 27, 2017


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In the summer of 2017, Broomfield High School underwent a lot of construction: new heating and air systems, new carpet replacement, new ceiling tiles, and a new paint job. Over the last few months, there have been rumors on how multiple places on campus are either being added or remodeled. For instanc...

Dan The Trainer Man

Dan The Trainer Man

Sidney Poulson, Staff Writer

November 6, 2017


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He’s the guy at every sporting event, the person you go to when something just doesn’t feel right. He will always talk to you, even if he has a plate full of other things to do. He’s Dan. Dan the Trainer man. For eight years Dan has been our athletic trainer. When is he not taping someone's sme...

A World of Diversity: Parts Unknown

A World of Diversity: Parts Unknown

Gianni Martinez, Staff Writer

November 2, 2017


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Learning about the rest of the world is captivating. In our world there are places we have heard of but never seen or explored. Places that have so much culture, are, at times, unknown. The world is so great and worth the time to travel and experience.   This past summer, senior Catie Painter...

Haunted Houses: False Advertisements

Haunted Houses: False Advertisements

Tino Martinez, Staff Writer

October 30, 2017


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I love to be scared. Well, sometimes. But when it comes to Halloween I applaud whoever can be the scariest. Over the last few years I've been trying to see which haunted houses are the scariest for me. So far, nothing. What gets me is when haunted houses claim that they’re the “Number One Haunted House...

Homecoming by Number

Homecoming by Number

Jack Vanderberg, Staff Writer

October 24, 2017


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Every year, Broomfield High School Homecoming falls right around October, and after a full week of spirit wear and assemblies, everyone gets excited for Saturday night. Most people see it as just another dance in the school year: slap on some nice clothes from last year, grab some leftover lasagna, and...

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