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From Rehab to Re-tear

From Rehab to Re-tear

Jenna Burgesser, Staff Writer

February 6, 2017


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Imagine having the one thing that you’ve worked so hard for being taken from you in a single moment. Annemarie Abeyta has not only had this happen to her once, but three times. On October 28th, 2015, the then freshman tore her ACL while participating in an open gym held at Broomfield High School. One mon...

How We Change Throughout High School – Freshman

How We Change Throughout High School – Freshman

Daulton Logan, Staff Writer

January 31, 2017


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Part I: Freshmen, you’re changing, whether you realize it or not. Freshmen year can be a tough transition. For some, the switch from middle school to high school is an incredibly difficult challenge. Hundreds of kids roam the halls, teachers expect more out of their students, and this is when e...

Kindness and Simplicity — How Small Acts of Compassion Can Change the World

Kindness and Simplicity — How Small Acts of Compassion Can Change the World

Sawyer Giles, Staff Writer

January 30, 2017


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“Yesterday, I was clever, so I wanted to change the world. Today, I am wise, so I am changing myself,” Jalaluddin Rumi.   Ryan Johnson (Junior) and his quest to change the world starts by changing himself first: In the summer of 2016, Ryan, along with his youth group (Family in Christ Church, l...

Our Eyes Are Bigger than Our Stomachs

Our Eyes Are Bigger than Our Stomachs

Adliene Compean, Staff Writer

January 23, 2017


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Recent studies show that it’s your eyes and not your stomachs that determine how full you feel after a meal.  Plate wastage tends to vary depending on the type of food, thus making fruits and vegetables the most wasteful products among other foods, such as junk foods. Wastage happens at all steps...

Legalization of Physician Assisted Suicide

Legalization of Physician Assisted Suicide

Emily DiGregorio, Staff Writer

January 20, 2017


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Colorado voters had the opportunity to take a stance on Proposition 106 this past election. The proposition would legalize the practice of a physician's medical aid in dying. This issue is an important topic of discussion and is suitable for the student body to be exposed to due to the foreseeable circu...

XOXO, Grammar Girl

XOXO, Grammar Girl

Allison Eichner, Staff Writer

January 19, 2017


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Picture your idol. In your eyes, this person can do no wrong and is virtually as close to perfection as any person can come. Now, imagine your idol actually acknowledging your existence, but not just acknowledging you, telling you what an inspiration you are to them. This became reality for Mrs. ...

The Secret Life of Mrs.Marchi

The Secret Life of Mrs.Marchi

Sydnie Ho, Staff Writer

January 17, 2017


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Mrs. Paige Marchi. Broomfield High School math teacher, wife of Mr. Steve Marchi, and mother of 4 children. Mrs. Marchi seems like she would be just your average high school teacher, but she has a hidden secret you wouldn't expect any ordinary teacher to have. What many people don’t know about Mrs. Marchi is ...

Winning Tradition

Winning Tradition

Steven Croell, Staff Writer

November 15, 2016


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Here at Broomfield, throughout the years, winning is not uncommon. If a team is not successful, it’s something you don’t usually see. After all the years Broomfield has been successful starting in 1963 when we won our first state championship. Athletes from around the state and kids deciding betwe...

High School Expectations vs. Reality

High School Expectations vs. Reality

Sydnie Ho, Staff Writer

November 10, 2016


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We all grew up watching movies expecting high school to be like Mean Girls, A Cinderella Story, or High School Musical. We expect lunchtime musical numbers where everyone breaks out into dance and finding love at first sight. We expect witnessing football players throw kids into trashcans and snobby popular...

A Circle Of Friendship

A Circle Of Friendship

Tori Holton, Staff Writer

November 8, 2016


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Every day at Broomfield High, various students leave the cafeteria with uplifted hearts and grins from ear to ear. Students are overjoyed to be a part of Broomfield High School’s “Circle of Friends” program. The Eagles in Circle of Friends eat their lunch and talk with some of their best fr...

Generations of Broomfield

Generations of Broomfield

Jenna Burgesser, Staff Writer

October 27, 2016


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While sitting in class listening to yet another long lecture, it’s hard to imagine that your teachers were once in your place. What many students today don’t think about is that teachers have been through those awkward and scary years too. In 1980, Mike Croell walked through the doors of Broomfield High...

From a World Away: An Eagle’s Journey to Broomfield High

From a World Away: An Eagle’s Journey to Broomfield High

Tino Martinez, Staff Writer

October 25, 2016


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In 2009, Tariku Nuñez, 9, known to most of us simply as “T”, moved to the US from a country that is thousands of miles away on a different continent: Ethiopia. One day, heading back to the adoption center they had been staying at for the previous two years in Asela, Ethiopia, Tariku and his littl...

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