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“It’s Just a Phase”

“It’s Just a Phase”

Maggie Peck, Staff Writer

March 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Does America love its youth? Sure, everybody makes mistakes at that age. Maybe not, “kids these days” are just causing more problems, each worse than the generation before. America can love or hate whoever it wants. America is made up of pieces, those who inspire and work towards change every day. ...

“How Many More?”

“How Many More?”

Nate Sage, Staff Writer

March 13, 2018


Filed under News, Opinion, Showcase

“How many more?” A question that has hovered in my head for weeks. How many more school shootings have to happen before something changes? In 2017 there were 65 school shootings. In the two and a half months we’ve been in 2018 there have been 18 school shootings. When will something change? ...

Help is There When You Need It

Help is There When You Need It

Sidney Poulsen, Staff Writer

March 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

I was washing my hands in the women's restroom when I saw a poster that read: “NHS Tutoring: Monday-Friday 5th, 6th, 7th period in the library”. For some reason, despite being a well rounded student who has good grades, this poster stuck with me. I had been struggling in advanced chemistry my first ...

Dedicated, Care for Others, Generous & Stubborn: Is Every Teacher an Aquarius?

Dedicated, Care for Others, Generous & Stubborn: Is Every Teacher an Aquarius?

Sidney Poulsen, Staff Writer

February 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

When you think of Zodiac signs, what comes to mind? Do you believe in them? For many, zodiac signs play an important role in their daily lives. Especially with today's society, where social media makes them almost impossible to avoid. Snapchat: “This Quiz Will Reveal The Zodiac Sign Of Your Future ...

Broomfield’s Security Flop

Broomfield’s Security Flop

Maggie Peck, Staff Writer

February 20, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

It’s common knowledge, Broomfield high school got a new security system this year. It has advanced the school as a whole by locking out kids that are late for class, parents that are trying to get into the office, or even people trying to volunteer for an event. Personally, it’s been an extra little mor...

Can Couple Compatibility Be Trusted?

Can Couple Compatibility Be Trusted?

Sydnie Ho, Story Editor

February 15, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

I never knew much about zodiac signs, but some people follow them religiously. Zodiac signs, among other things, are known to reveal couple compatibility, so I decided to see if it was accurate among long term couples at Broomfield.   Matt Daniels and Chloe Wolz - Juniors Matt (Virgo) and Chloe (Aq...

Valentine’s Day is for Suckers

Valentine’s Day is for Suckers

Claire Tetro, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Each year as January begins and the month is consumed with resolutions and diets, a lingering holiday begins to make its appearance, Valentine’s Day. I’m not one to be extremely pessimistic, but this year when I saw a post about Valentine’s Day in mid January, I was overtaken by feelings of...

Horoscopes: A Hoax?

Horoscopes: A Hoax?

Claire Tetro, Staff Writer

February 9, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Do you ever find yourself scrolling through social media until you inevitably come across that daily post about horoscopes? You keep scrolling because, “horoscopes aren’t real,” until seconds later that same post is up on your screen and you are binge-reading all the content you can find out of...

Is the US Doing Enough? Puerto Rico Left In Ruins

Is the US Doing Enough? Puerto Rico Left In Ruins

Gianni Martinez, Staff Writer

February 8, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

September 20, 2017 was the date of  Hurricane Maria, which struck  most of the Caribbean, specifically the small country of Puerto Rico. Puerto Rico is a country not known for being in a very wealthy state where the majority of the citizens live in tattered homes: very small and are barely able to fi...

The Good that Comes from the Unexpected

The Good that Comes from the Unexpected

Tino Martinez, Staff Writer

January 26, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Unexpected events happen in our lives every day. From things as simple as your hometown team taking a trip to loserville, to hurricanes and terrorist attacks taking the lives of our loved ones and destroying the cities we live in. Houston Strong. Winning didn't just brighten the spirits of the bas...

We Are Connected, Yet So Distant

We Are Connected, Yet So Distant

Alexus Deines, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Never am I comfortable enough to express my raw opinions or let my icy guard down, yet here I am, about to rip on humanity. Every day, my mind is consumed with never ending ideas and a whirlwind of thoughts; to repress this vortex, I usually drown it out by eating corn dogs and emotionally investing ...

We March So Our Daughters Never Have To

We March So Our Daughters Never Have To

Allison Eichner, Editor in Chief

January 22, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase, Uncategorized

Saturday, January 20th was the one year anniversary of the Women’s March on Denver. Thousands of men, women, and children gathered in Denver Civic City Park with signs, pink hats, and a common belief. Among many, many other things, those gathered were marching for the equal treatment of women and mi...

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