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Final Goodbye for Administrator Craig Boccard

Final Goodbye for Administrator Craig Boccard

Gianni Martinez, Staff Writer

May 11, 2018


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Mr. Craig Boccard is retiring by the end of this year and feels that it is time to go and to tryout some new and exciting things in life. He will surely be missed here in the hallways and at all out of school events. Here below, Mr. Boccard answers some questions about his time here at Broomfield a...

Sam Hahn: The GOAT

Sam Hahn: The GOAT

Sidney Poulsen, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018


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Known for his outstanding leadership skills, his kind, welcoming personality, and involvement within the Broomfield community, Sam Hahn has been demonstrating his passions throughout his high school career. Sam Hahn, a Junior here at Broomfield High School, works endlessly day to day, staying busy in...

Where Did My Money Go?

Where Did My Money Go?

Gianni Martinez, Staff Writer

May 7, 2018


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The shoes, the suit, the dresses, the tickets, the dinner, this list can continue on and on for what is to be bought for prom every year. Prom is an amazing time of the school year, but is it worth spending a lot of money on an event that lasts one night? In my opinion, I don’t think it is. Before p...

The End of the Year Cram

The End of the Year Cram

Gianni Martinez, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018


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For some, their last month of high school is coming upon them; for others, their future awaits to transition into their new roles in high school. The end of the year for every student is always a cram and emotions build up: the stress of finals week, graduation, prom, and of course, the new beginnin...

Why is Popcorn Associated With Movies?

Why is Popcorn Associated With Movies?

Maggie Peck, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018


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Popcorn: the classic movie snack. It’s easy to make, cheap to distribute, and light to carry. Where there’s a film showing, there’s usually popcorn. How did popped corn kernels become so favorable in the cinema? Originally it became popular in the 1800s through fairs and carnivals, not actual...

The Door of Debt

The Door of Debt

Tino Martinez, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018


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Parents want their children to succeed in life: go to college, have a great career, or even support a family. However, with the increase costs for tuition in schooling, it will be hard to do that. After high school, about 69.7 percent (from data collected in 2016) of highschool graduates, go to college. The main reason is the cost of tuition. We encourage our youth to go to college, but what we f...

Teacher Madness: Who They Got…?

Teacher Madness: Who They Got…?

Jack Vanderberg, Staff Writer

March 22, 2018


Filed under Features, News, Showcase

March Madness is entering the Sweet 16 Round this week, and the tournament is definitely living up to its name this year. Amongst the madness of the tournament remain 16 teams, and Broomfield High School teachers attended four of the remaining schools. I talked to a few of these teachers: Ms. Carro...

Fighting Against All Odds

Fighting Against All Odds

Sawyer Giles and Sydnie Ho

March 12, 2018


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There is no way to define a normal life. The idea that there is some sort of ideal, palpable normal life is a lie. What we see as “normal” in people around us is usually a facade. We have no idea what they are actually feeling or experiencing. This dream of  “normal” can change at any moment. For s...

Is Climate Change a Real Issue?

Is Climate Change a Real Issue?

Hannah Belmont, Staff Writer

February 2, 2018


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From a young age we all study what a natural disaster is, their effect on Earth and on the people. We all know the detrimental effects of natural disasters but don’t often experience them. This year alone has been one of the most shocking years for the earth. From fires, hurricanes, and excessi...

Is it Worth it?

Is it Worth it?

Jenna Burgesser, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018


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$2,500. The amount it required for Boulder Valley Schools to install a new audio enhancement system into every single classroom, not just in Broomfield, but for the entire district. The question is, was it worth it? Shortly after winter break, students and staff at were notified that the new network...

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...

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