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“Couple Goals” at BHS

“Couple Goals” at BHS

Jack Vanderberg, Web Editor

February 14, 2019


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Valentines Day – a day to celebrate the love that people share for each other. High school love can be kinda… gross at times, but not when it comes to the teachers at Broomfield who get the privilege of working with their loved ones every day. Mr. and Mrs. Long, two of the biggest sweethearts in the buildin...

Latter Day Saints at Broomfield

Latter Day Saints at Broomfield

Alexus Deines, Editor

February 11, 2019


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The church of Latter Day Saints (LDS) is a branch of Christianity with many followers. One of those followers is Hannah Durney (12). Hannah says the LDS church is, “really all about becoming closer to our Heavenly Father and, you know, becoming more like him.” Through service projects, weekly youth ...

“Tech”nically…

“Tech”nically…

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

February 1, 2019


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What do you think of when you hear the word “theatre”? Probably actors and actresses doing a weird tap dance on a huge stage beside a beautiful set. But is that all? What about the lighting, the sounds, the music? Who does all of that? Tech, of course. Broomfield’s theatre department puts on s...

Womxn Are Cool

Womxn Are Cool

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

January 24, 2019


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People of all ethnicities, races, genders, sexualities, ages, and religions gathered together at Denver’s Civic Park.  They clumped together, not caring who they stand or sit next to, with all attention drawn to the stage, waiting to hear more inspiring people speak up. Booths show off cool t-shir...

What the Bell is that Noise?

What the Bell is that Noise?

Andy Johnson, Staff Writer

January 18, 2019


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tThe beginning of the second semester felt like a rude awakening. After being able to sleep in for the past two weeks, all of a sudden having to wake up at 6:00 AM and try to put myself in a hard-working mindset felt like a bit of a kick in the face. I had just gotten to school and was sitting with my friends catc...

Sources of Strength

Sources of Strength

Alexus Deines, Editor

January 10, 2019


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This year, Broomfield High School has warmly accepted the new club Sources of Strength. Their meetings are on the first and third Wednesdays of the month during common lunch. The club’s goal is lifting the bad stigma surrounding mental health and traumatic events that happen in one’s life. Their w...

Mom, Dad… I’m a Thespian.

Mom, Dad… I’m a Thespian.

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

December 18, 2018


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Thescon 2018 happened almost two weeks ago, and it was the most fun thing I’ve done as a Thespian. What is ThesCon, you ask? Well, it’s a convention for Thespian Troupes, which is just fancy words for groups of theatre kids. Troupes from all over Colorado come together at the Bellco Convention ...

Giving Guide

Giving Guide

Will Darkey, Staff Writer

December 11, 2018


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“Merry Christmas mom. It’s the 88,000th candle I’ve given you since 2010. Hope you don’t mind.”   “Happy holidays dad. I got you more golf balls this year, since I know you hit so many into the lake when you play.”   This is basically what happens each year when I...

Canned Chaos!

Canned Chaos!

Jack Vanderberg, Staff Writer

December 11, 2018


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As another holiday season comes and goes through Broomfield High School, so do tens of thousands of canned and nonperishable foods. To us, it’s practically routine now. Student Council has brought back the Canned Food Drive to raise food and money to donate to Broomfield Fish, and this year it came wit...

Finals Week Survival Guide

Finals Week Survival Guide

Ana Cole, Staff Writer

December 11, 2018


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The week students always dread is coming up right around the corner: finals week. Since it’s so stressful, it’s very important to find ways to cope with your finals. For some people, their way of coping is procrastination—something we are all guilty of. Over the years I’m sure we have all fi...

Jami Boyle: Life’s a Dance, and You’re Always On Your Toes

Jami Boyle: Life’s a Dance, and You’re Always On Your Toes

Sidney Poulsen, Staff Writer

December 10, 2018


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Why simply walk when you can dance? As early as age three, Jami Boyle began showing interest in dance and it soon became a natural talent to her that continued throughout her life, “Ever since I could remember I have been dancing,” explained Jami. Jami Boyle, a senior here at Broomfield High...

African Hearts

African Hearts

Cade Austin, Staff Writer

November 6, 2018


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Adoption for a child is a life-altering experience. It involves the uprooting of a person out of all they know -- their culture, their family, their friends, and then requires a complete restart for that child. Even though this occurrence is heart wrenching for both child and parent, it often presents t...

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