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Climbing Towards New Heights

Climbing Towards New Heights

Tina Manivanh, Staff Writer

October 21, 2016


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Being the youngest in her family, Sarah Sarno wanted to choose a sport that none of her family members had done before. Not only is rock climbing rare and unique in its own way, but it is also mentally challenging and difficult for those who have never done it before. Sarah Sarno, 12,  makes th...

Honor Roll Night

Honor Roll Night

Jenna Bugesser, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016


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Sometimes being in high school feels like it will never end. Imagine living a life in which you could have lived the four-year cycle of high school nearly 20 times.   Bob Seaver, a 90 year-old man who moved to Broomfield in 1956, gave a speech about the history of Broomfield. Mr. Seaver has...

Stepping Into The American Hustle

Stepping Into The American Hustle

Allison Eichner, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016


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Imagine getting in a rocket and soaring to Mars to study for a semester amongst the martians. A whole new culture. A whole new community. A whole new world. For many of our exchange student Eagles this scenario may as well be true. Transitioning to the fast-paced, large-scale life of an average American hig...

The Truth About Sexual Assault

The Truth About Sexual Assault

Annabelle Gallegos, Staff Writer

October 13, 2016


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  Think about a neighbor. A best friend, an ex-girlfriend, a teacher, or a friend’s mother. You may not know it, but they could have been sexually assaulted at some point in their life. It is important that people understand the facts vs. myths and statistics surrounding sexual assault. ...

The Bond: The Story of Jack Roberts

The Bond: The Story of Jack Roberts

Jacob Wolfe

October 6, 2016


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The name Jack Roberts is once again making waves within the climbing world, thanks to Broomfield High School’s beloved Spanish teacher, Pam Roberts, and Jack’s climbing partner, Simon McCartney. McCartney’s book, The Bond, was released in late July and is already nominated for two major awards for mountain lit...

Senior Pranks

Senior Pranks

Christina Manivanh, Staff Writer

May 18, 2016


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From being freshmen to sophomores and juniors, then finally seniors, remembering the best and sometimes worst memories of high school will always provide entertaining stories to tell. With the four years coming to an end, seniors will leave their own mark. Whether it's within the yearbook, hallw...

Politics 2016

Politics 2016

Emily DiGregorio

May 10, 2016


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Get Registered Federal law requires that you be a US citizen, by birth or by naturalization, and 18 years old. Check to see if you are registered to vote. Go to Can I Vote.Org and enter CO in the state abbreviation. You will then need to fill in your name, date of birth and the town you live in, wh...

Classy’s

Classy’s

Christina Manivanh, Staff Writer

March 31, 2016


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  Previously known as the Broomfield Brew, Classy’s has taken over in the halls of Broomfield High School. The student-run store is open on nights when plays, musicals, and theater events are happening at the school.  Located in the band hallway, Classy’s is the popular place to go to w...

NASA Is “Twinning” For The Journey To Mars

NASA Is “Twinning” For The Journey To Mars

Chase Hull, Staff Writer

March 14, 2016


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A little under a year ago on March 27, 2015, NASA astronaut Scott Kelly and his identical twin brother, retired astronaut Mark Kelly, embarked on one of the most formidable space experiments conducted to date. NASA has been growing increasingly curious to discern the vast effects space travel ca...

Eagle’s Broken Wing

Joshua Hicks, Staff Writer

March 4, 2016


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Nobody likes to get bruises and scrapes, but a torn ACL is the king of injuries. An athlete's worst nightmare. A tear of one's ACL can put an athlete out of their sport for six to nine months, and this is only after surgery. In the case of junior Kaitlin Coleman, it has been five months since her su...

The Eagles of Broomfield: Matt Foster

The Eagles of Broomfield: Matt Foster

Lindsay Malkin, Staff Writer

February 9, 2016


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“We were driving right, and there was a stop sign, next to a big street with fast cars, and a person was driving and they looked right but not left, so we turned and I was on the left side of the car and the car was right there, and I almost died.” -Matt Foster...

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