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Change. Please.

Change. Please.

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

May 13, 2019

I do not feel safe at school. Bottom line. On Wednesday, I walked into school to Bryner’s classroom, and the first person I encountered was Evette Srouji (12); we talked about the Highlands Ranch shooting. I had heard minimal details about it the day before, and once she showed me the tweets and ba...

One Acts Review

One Acts Review

Mia Gallegos, Staff Writer

April 22, 2019

We all get the opportunity to see the beautifully directed plays done by Ms. Bryner and carried out by the theatre department. However, at this time of year, the actors get to switch the roles and direct plays themselves. These are called the One Acts, and I got the chance to go and watch these impressiv...

LGBTQ+ Eagles

LGBTQ+ Eagles

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

Broomfield High School is a place with multitudes of personalities: jocks, student council, theatre kids, literal brain surgeons, and wallflowers. Yet, within these groups are those who are afraid to be known as anything other than that. Although acceptance and the ability to come out has been the highes...

Get a Pizza This!

Get a Pizza This!

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

February 26, 2019

Looking for some good grub? Take a look at The Eagle Way staff's favorite foods and where they get them. Raw Salmon, the stream - Cade Austin Zoodles, Noodles & Co. - Hannah Belmont Pesto Pasta, Noodles & Co. - Jenna Burgesser Veggie Bowl, Chipotle - Ana Cole Trail Park ...

An Udder Cowtastrophe

An Udder Cowtastrophe

Annabelle Lingbeck, Staff Writer

February 25, 2019

In the best way possible, I had my life ruined last week. It was a regular day, I walked into my AP Environmental Science class, and Ms. Rayner reminded us that a speaker was coming to talk about the food industry. I expected the same information we’ve been receiving in that class all year, an hour...

Appreciating Mr. Kelly

Appreciating Mr. Kelly

Hannah Belmont, Staff Writer

December 11, 2018

Ever had a teacher you looked up to? A person you wanted to be like? Or had a teacher that has left an impact? For Mr. Kelly, he found his career through one of his own teachers. If you haven’t ever met Mr. Kelly, he is one of Broomfield’s most wonderful science teachers. He teaches Advanced Anatomy, An...

Stop the Procrastination!

Stop the Procrastination!

Annabelle Lingbeck, Staff Writer

November 27, 2018

We’ve all done it. Came home from school, taken a nap, maybe watched some Netflix, and before you know it, it’s eight o’clock and absolutely no homework has gotten done. I know that feeling very well, and as a Junior with enough homework to drive me absolutely nuts, procrastination is probably the...

Cold-Blooded

Cold-Blooded

Jack Vanderberg, Staff Writer

November 15, 2018

There I was, reading the Cosmopolitan Snapchat story (probably checking my horoscope, I’m such a Scorpio), when I came across an article on cold showers. Being the guy who takes piping hot showers for hours on end, I was intrigued with the idea. Cold showers only feel good to me after a long run or ...

The Struggles of Homework

The Struggles of Homework

Andy Johnson, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

“I don’t want to do my homework. I’m just gonna watch TV,” is something I tell myself far too often. Homework, despite what some people may think, can actually be beneficial to students. It is extremely effective at building the habit of time management, as well as problem solving and producti...

Love Notes

Love Notes

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

November 8, 2018

Last week, I decided to do a challenge: text two friends a day telling them why I love them and texting myself one thing that I love about myself. Seems pretty easy, right? Choose ten friends, write a paragraph about how much you appreciate them, then say how much you love yourself. It’s not as si...

Too Old For Dress-Up?

Too Old For Dress-Up?

Mia Gallegos, Staff Writer

October 29, 2018

The main event of October is Halloween. You choose whatever or whoever you want to be for one night. Venturing out into your neighborhood to show off your costume can be the highlight of your night. But the decision of what to dress up as gets harder and harder as you get older. Once you reach a cer...

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