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Vapey Wapey

Vapey Wapey

Samantha Saguindel, Staff Writer September 22, 2022

Bowling. The Dude’s favorite pastime in one of the quintessential cult films, The Big Lebowski.

From White Russians to Norwich Terriers

Kaleb Oakley, Writing editor September 21, 2022

Sometimes a great movie will be released and met with immediate success, other times great movies go under the radar; whether audiences were baffled or the producers lacked a marketing budget many films...

You Have A Voice

You Have A Voice

Liliana Escalante, Staff Writer September 16, 2022

Well, there is a club at Broomfield High that allows students to voice their own opinions and as a result, each voice will be heard. Feel better? Broomfield is a welcoming and diverse school. Although...

These are some examples of books with diverse elements.

It’s Time to Teach the Truth

Kristina Heller, Staff Writer May 10, 2022

Ms. Binion is a language arts teacher at Broomfield high school. One of her main focuses is teaching a more diverse curriculum within her classes. “I think that we've always needed” more diverse books...

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Nature Movie Recommendations

Kaleb Oakley, Staff Writer April 11, 2022

1. Princess Mononoke (1997) Released in the late nineties, Princess Mononoke is one of legendary filmmaker Hayao Miyazaki’s most enduring works. The film tells the story of a young prince named Ashitaka...

The woman who is the intersectional embodiment of Black history that brings race and gender together.

The woman who is the intersectional embodiment of Black history that brings race and gender together.

Thea Barragan, Staff Writer March 1, 2022

As Black History Month comes to an end and Women’s History Month begins, The Eagle Way News would like to highlight an extremely important Woman in American history: Ida B. Wells-Barnett. Mrs. Wells-Barnett...

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It’s Time to Protect the Rights of American Voters

Iris Stanfill, Editor-in-Chief January 14, 2022

This week, Congress will set the tone for American democracy. In front of the Senate is a major piece of legislation centered around the protection of voting rights. Within the next couple of days,...

Members of Student Voice spend time together at their Skate City team bonding event.

Skate City Bonding Event

Thea Barragan, Staff Leader December 9, 2021

Student Voice is a club here at Broomfield High School where students get the opportunity to voice their opinions and be a part of change at school. The club mainly focuses on finding ways to fight against...

How to Wear a Mask (A Satire)

How to Wear a Mask (A Satire)

Kristina Heller, Staff Writer December 3, 2021

Difficulty Level: Expert Step 1: Select your mask First, you will want to grab any mask of your choice. I recommend cloth masks because they can be washed and reused, but any mask works. Then,...

Luminous jellyfish float around in one of Meow Wolfs many colorful exhibits.

The Extraordinary Experience That Is Meow Wolf

Thea Barragan, Staff Leader November 4, 2021

If you have the desire to be inspired creatively through art, exploration, and play where imagination will transform your world, make sure you purchase tickets at Meow Wolf and support this immersive art...

Watching a scary movie can be a fun Halloween activity.

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5 Legendary Horror Movies to Watch This Year

Kaleb Oakley, Staff Writer October 28, 2021

1. Halloween (1978) This 1978 John Carpenter classic is one of the quintessential slasher films. Michael Myers, after killing his sister and being sent to a mental asylum, escapes on Halloween night and...

Roots, which provides Diverse small plates [that] are served at this warm, eco-friendly eatery set in a unique A-frame building, is located at 1200 Miramonte St, Broomfield.


Brooke Koza, Staff Writer October 11, 2021

As coronavirus case numbers begin to pick up again in Broomfield and throughout Colorado, local businesses continue to struggle. Since last March, local businesses have grappled to keep their doors open....

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