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Lil’ Poms

Lil’ Poms

Avery Schmidt, Staff Writer

January 24, 2020

Girls and Boys from ages 3-13 have the opportunity to dance with the Broomfield High School Poms team at the Lil’ Poms clinic this Friday, January 24. Lil’ Poms is a way that the Poms program does outreach to the community as they have dancers join them for a night to see what the Poms program...

Top of the Rockies

Top of the Rockies

Andy Johnson, Staff Writer

January 24, 2020

On January 17-18th, Broomfield Wrestling finished second at Top of the Rockies, one of the toughest tournaments in the southwest. The Eagles had six individual placers, one of whom was a Top of the Rockies Champion. Darren Green, 12, (25-3) led the team through an extremely tough tournament, winning...

Farewell to a Friend

Farewell to a Friend

Mia Gallegos, Staff Writer

January 23, 2020

This past weekend, freshman Maya Guzman returned back to her home in Jalisco, Guadalajara in Mexico. Maya was born in Denton, Texas and moved to Mexico after some family circumstances led her, her mom, and her sister to Guadalajara where her mom’s family lived. After moving to Mexico, Maya would occasionally...

A Home for the Homeless

A Home for the Homeless

Bella Arreola, Staff Writer

January 21, 2020

Lauren Frisch, a junior, is currently working on her Gold Award project for Girl Scouts. She is planning to turn one of the rooms in her church, the United Methodist Church, into a functioning home for the homeless. Lauren’s goal is to give homeless families a place where they can find shelter during...

Broomfield Decimates Competition in State-Wide Economics Contest

Broomfield Decimates Competition in State-Wide Economics Contest

Kylie Wood, Staff Writer

January 16, 2020

Broomfield High School just won the top six spots in a state-wide online economics competition. The competition was held in Mr. Marchi’s period six economics class, where seniors Zolton Richmond, Gavin Salazar, and Tristan Conlin won first, second, and third place respectively. The participants of...

Seize Senior Year — Don’t Wish it Away

December 16, 2019

Some have been dreading the day we graduate, and for some it can’t come soon enough. Four long years of classes, homework, studying for finals, hanging out with friends, and going to football games are all going to be over in five short months. Every year, you hear about senioritis and how it kic...

Uptown Dunk

December 16, 2019

BHS sports teams have done an outstanding job concluding the fall sports season by taking home state championships and placers, but now it's time for winter sports. The boys’ basketball team has just kicked off their season with a home game and a tournament last weekend. The team has not yet w...

Get the A, not the Anxiety

December 16, 2019

Finals week is undoubtedly the most stressful week of the year. Between studying and worrying about final grades that teachers are scrambling to put into Infinite Campus, it can be extremely hard to stay calm throughout the week. Here are three tips to help your finals run as smoothly as possible: G...

The Eagles of Broomfield- Hayley Sayre

The Eagles of Broomfield- Hayley Sayre

Kylie Wood, Staff Writer

December 12, 2019

What’s your favorite part of the holiday season? “My favorite thing is that I get to buy a lot of gifts for my friends, and I think it’s really great to give them to them and to share with others. That sort of stuff, y’know.”

The Eagles of Broomfield- Gavin Speirs

The Eagles of Broomfield- Gavin Speirs

December 6, 2019

If you could be any athlete or celebrity, who would you be, and what would you do? “If I could be any celebrity of athlete, I would be Nolan Arenado. He’s a multi-millionaire that gets to play the greatest sport ever: baseball. He gets to do what he loves and make millions. If I was him, I would...

The Eagles of Broomfield- Jordan Arreola

The Eagles of Broomfield- Jordan Arreola

Bella Arreola, Staff Writer

November 14, 2019

If there was a zombie apocalypse tomorrow, what would be your plan? Jordan Arreola: "I'd probably get together with some of my closest friends first, and quickly get to Costco and hunker down and just use all the things that we find there to survive. Then we'd barricade it up so that no one else could...

Education or Marginalization?

Education or Marginalization?

Mia Gallegos, Staff Writer

November 14, 2019

Religious beliefs and politics are usually touchy subjects in schools. With so many opposing positions, it can be hard to establish a peaceful and respectful environment for all students.  Social studies teachers are challenged, especially in this area. A lot of their curriculums are based largely ...

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