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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...

Flu Season is Upon Us

Flu Season is Upon Us

Hannah Belmont, Staff Writer

November 2, 2018


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Eat Good Foods “Try to eat a healthy diet so make sure your getting your fruits and vegetables in and believe it or not it really helps. If you stay healthy, your immune system is stronger. If you eat junk, like fast food, soda all the time, and if your eating crappy and your immune system is not g...

Tattoos: Yay or Nay?

Tattoos: Yay or Nay?

Alexus Deines, Editor

October 26, 2018


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Hearts that say “Mommy” in the middle and chunky anchors on cartoon biceps. Isn’t this what we think of when we hear the word “tattoo?” Or, have our thoughts turned to tattoos of modern rappers Post Malone and Lil Pump? Whatever we think of when we hear “tattoo,” I’m sure the question that po...

Hidden Celebration

Hidden Celebration

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

October 23, 2018


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My birthday is today, October 23rd, and I’m not thrilled. Most people are bursting at the seams with excitement for me, so can’t I? It’s a simple thing for me: selfishness. It’s the one day of the year that I can celebrate me, myself, and I. It’s really too much for me, and I feel like I don...

Got IDs?: The Other Side

Got IDs?: The Other Side

Jenna Burgesser, Editor-In-Chief

October 16, 2018


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“‘Wear your IDs! Wear your IDs! IDs!’ the screeching voices reverberate in our newly crafted hallways, the shouting commands us like we’re animals.” But how does it feel to be on the other side of the matter? What is it like to be seen throughout the school as the mean and scary adult w...

It’s Spooky Season!

It’s Spooky Season!

Mia Gallegos, Staff Writer

October 9, 2018


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October has started, and you know what that means: Spooky Season! October is a month filled with fun. Here are a couple fun activities you and your friends can do during October. The Pumpkin Patch is a cheap and fun way to spend a crisp, fall morning. Grab a couple of your friends and drive down to...

Seniors Bringing out the Brooms?

Seniors Bringing out the Brooms?

Will Darkey, Staff Writer

September 20, 2018


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The Seniors are currently sitting at an impressive 3-0 through their first three homecomings, and there is a lot of pressure going into this specific homecoming week as the class of 2019 is looking to be the first class to win all four homecoming weeks in their high school career. This is not going to be...

Eagles: We be Clubbin’

Eagles: We be Clubbin’

Alexus Deines, Editor

September 13, 2018


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Every year, Broomfield High School holds an activity fair for the Freshmen. Piling into the Wilkerson and Eagle gym, the eaglets learn about Broomfield High’s clubs. Leaders and members of the clubs teach the freshmen about what their group does and times of the meets. Broomfield has a lot of diversity when it co...

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