The Eagle Way

Lessons Learned: Change Through The Eyes of Two Seniors

Lessons Learned: Change Through The Eyes of Two Seniors

Jacob Lichtenwalner and Josh Hicks

May 18, 2017


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Throughout my four years of high school, I’ve learned more than I ever expected. Sure, I’ve learned all about geography, literature, world languages, and math skills from many of the amazing teachers Broomfield High has to offer, but that information won’t be  what I will carry with me into college....

From Bare to Beauty

From Bare to Beauty

Tina Manivanh, Staff Writer

May 17, 2017


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On Thursday, April 13th, Broomfield High School's Women’s Leadership Group put their plan to paint the 400 hallway girls bathroom into action. Right after school, Mrs. Binion and Samantha Cook began taping and painting the first base coat on the colorless walls. After nearly four hours in the small ...

College: The Next Chapter in Life

College: The Next Chapter in Life

Tino Martinez, Staff Writer

May 17, 2017


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College is a word that many tend to ignore, but college can change and determine your path in life. The hardest decision about college is, first, knowing what college you want to go to and what is best for you; secondly, if you want to stay instate or out of state; and, three, what career are you purs...

Personality Begins Where Comparison Ends

Personality Begins Where Comparison Ends

Sydnie Ho and Sawyer Giles

May 16, 2017


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Respecting others’ accomplishments does not require us to completely disregard our own.  What am I doing with my life? she wonders. It’s 4 o’clock in the morning. She can’t eat. She can’t sleep. She opens her Snapchat to see her stories and to see everything that people accomplished that day. ...

Broomfield High School or Local Landfill?

Broomfield High School or Local Landfill?

Daulton Logan, Staff Writer

May 9, 2017


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Looking around, the trash problem on Broomfield’s campus is appalling. As a matter of fact, the students in National Honors Society led by biology teacher, Mark Little and counselor Gina Malecha, picked up 33 bags of trash. That is right, 33! Come on people, is it really that hard to find the nearest t...

Alli Moon’s Adventure Abroad

Alli Moon’s Adventure Abroad

Jacob Wolfe, Staff Writer

May 8, 2017


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One of Broomfield’s own was given an amazing opportunity to study abroad last fall. From September to December, Allison Moon, 12, was able to complete her semester in Costa Rica with the Sol Education Abroad Program. Alli spent over three months in Costa Rica taking Spanish courses, traveling the country,...

Eagles Take Off

Eagles Take Off

Hailee Thompson, Staff Writer

May 8, 2017


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Graduation is approaching fast. With graduation comes mixed feelings. Excitement, sadness and fear. The senior Class of 2017 has had some rough times over the last 4 years. After losing a classmate to sudden death sophomore year the Class of 2017 became closer. The last 4 years have impacted our lives ...

Homeless – Please Help

Homeless – Please Help

Emily Digregorio, Staff Writer

May 2, 2017


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Homelessness continues to grow in Colorado and it is becoming a problem. It is an issue that affects a wide spectrum of people - families, veterans, single adults, children, people living with disabilities, among others; and we as a society support their decision to be homeless and avoid the fact tha...

From Bags to Blankets

From Bags to Blankets

Kaitlin Coleman and Tina Manivanh

April 21, 2017


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One plastic bag is all it takes to help others in need. The students in Mrs. Binion’s Crochet For a Cause Club have created one of the most community friendly, yet environmentally friendly service projects Broomfield High School has ever seen. They call it: plarn. While in Chicago visiting her grandmother, j...

Women In Power!

Women In Power!

Katherine Lopez and Makenna Ingalls

March 13, 2017


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January 21 was one of the most influential days for women. The Women’s March was a form of protest to protect women’s rights, but many people got together to protect other rights such as the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) community, immigration reform, and freedom of religion. Mo...

Is Your Life Lost in Translation?

Is Your Life Lost in Translation?

Adliene Compean, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017


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“If you see yourself doing work internationally or going into banking or trade or any other business where you’ll travel, you’ll take Spanish more seriously,” says Tom Birmingham, Korn/Ferry’s managing director of global accounts. Many careers require a variety of skills; however, is Spanish on...

Why Do We Travel? Why Should We Travel?

Why Do We Travel? Why Should We Travel?

Tino Martinez, Staff Writer

February 16, 2017


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Why do we travel? Why should we travel? That is the question.   People travel for many reasons and purposes. Mrs. Roberts explained why she travels with a food metaphor: “If all you eat is peanut butter and jelly sandwiches then you don't know what food is, and if you stay here then you...

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