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Rui Gao (‘23) poses for a photo, displaying not only her style but also her confident grin.

Style Inspires Confidence

Chloe Galvin, Staff Writer November 14, 2022

Leila Carlisle (‘23), a student who has unique clothing and outfits, shared her opinions on her own fashion and fashion in the world. “I always kind of felt like the weird kid until I started putting...

Eagle to Badger

Eagle to Badger

Carson Orvis, Sports Writer November 9, 2022

On Monday, November 7, Cole LaCrue made his long-awaited commitment. With Tulane, Colorado, and Wisconsin hats on the table, LaCrue picked the throwback Badger hat. In almost three full seasons at Broomfield,...

From the 1982 Eagle Yearbook: While blocking junior, Steve Markhams punch, junior Allen Price strikes his opponent during the second annual Smoker boxing match.

The Smoker

Lola Baum, Staff Writer October 27, 2022

With the recent string of student fights at Broomfield High School, staff members are worried about stopping the violence. A former teacher and girls' basketball coach, Mike Croell claims to have the...

Fall is in the Air

Fall is in the Air

Lila Emery, Staff Writer October 26, 2022

Have you ever wondered why leaves change colors and fall from the trees? Have you noticed that they're changing colors later than they did when you were younger? Want to know what some of your...

Izaiah Benavides (‘25) is a sophomore at Broomfield High and in early September his mom, Sabrina Martinez, who is part of the Army National Guard (and who happens to be a triplet!...), came back and surprised Izaiah at his home football game.

A Heartfelt Moment

Liliana Escalante, staff writer October 19, 2022

Moments can have multiple effects on others who were not in the “actual” moment, but any heartfelt moment is a moment that deserves to be shared. Like Dr. Seuss once said, “You will never know...

Mental health resources are available for you online, by phone, via text, and right here at school in the counseling office.

You Are Not Alone

Lola Baum, Staff Writer October 6, 2022

Suicide Numbers on the Rise: Teenage years are often referred to as “the best years of your life.” If that is the case, why are some teens so miserable? According to the Office of Population Affairs,...

New Technology for a New School Year

New Technology for a New School Year

Theodore Herber and Ryan Kaiser September 26, 2022

The gym now has the new Pixellot Automated Spot Production. This new camera has auto-tracking features that allow the camera to follow the ball or athlete without needing a camera operator. It is a...

What a laugh! Ms. Grayson poses with one of her students, Jadyn (26). Jadyn is a wheelchair user and can relate to some of the issues and solutions mentioned in the article. Jadyn loves to laugh and make new friends.

Accessibility & Inclusivity: Constantly Improving

Rachel Lutz, Staff Writer September 22, 2022

A report released in July of 2020 revealed that many public schools in the United States have barriers that physically limit potential access for students who have disabilities and/or use wheelchairs....

Science Rules

Science Rules

Avery Schmidt April 12, 2022

The 2022 Corden Pharma Science Fair took place on February 26 at New Vista High School. This fair is an opportunity for BVSD students to showcase their outstanding achievement in science, mathematics,...

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Young People Are Leading the Movement Against Climate Change

Iris Stanfill, Editor-in-Chief April 11, 2022

“We must act decisively now to keep 1.5 alive.” United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres included this phrase in his statement responding to a 2021 report from the IPCC. 1.5 What...

Respect Goes a Long Way

Respect Goes a Long Way

Amelia Solmos, Staff Writer - Copy Editor April 11, 2022

Carbon emissions rising, ocean temperatures changing. Wildfires destroying homes, hurricanes wiping out entire islands. Men, women, children killed in the streets by those meant to protect. Family members...

Mr. Garner, a teacher at BHS who has his own pet peeves, rolls his eyes.

Sources of Annoyance

Sofia Tabert, Staff Writer April 4, 2022

You know that really annoying thing that makes people go crazy? That is a pet peeve. Most people have at least one. A pet peeve could be when people interrupt or make annoying sounds for no reason,...

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