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College: The Worst Part of Senior Year

College: The Worst Part of Senior Year

Hannah Belmont, Staff Writer

September 18, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Freshman year the idea of college didn’t phase me. It was far away and something that I felt would take years for me to get to. Sophomore year I started to tour a few colleges. Nothing stressful. I was deep into the years of high school and wasn’t too worried about it yet. Junior year app...

River of Beauty: Review for Eurydice

River of Beauty: Review for Eurydice

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

September 18, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Everything about this show is perfection. The emotions the entire cast let float around covered the floor like a thick haze. The fog crept into my mouth and as I inhaled, tears fell down my face. The way the cast made me feel had me wanting to sit and think about what love truly is. Eurydice, pl...

Speakers Stir Curiosity in Government Students

Speakers Stir Curiosity in Government Students

Brooke Dubs, Staff Writer

September 14, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

This week, four local government officials visited BHS and provided insight to Mr. Marchi’s sixth period AP US Government. It’s not even a month into school and classes are already getting interesting. The purpose of the government officials’ visit was to promote the importance of our local governme...

Eagles: We be Clubbin’

Eagles: We be Clubbin’

Alexus Deines, Editor

September 13, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

Every year, Broomfield High School holds an activity fair for the Freshmen. Piling into the Wilkerson and Eagle gym, the eaglets learn about Broomfield High’s clubs. Leaders and members of the clubs teach the freshmen about what their group does and times of the meets. Broomfield has a lot of diversity when it co...

College: A Rich Kid’s Sport

College: A Rich Kid’s Sport

Jenna Burgesser, Editor in Chief

September 11, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

So, what are your plans for next year? Oof. The one question every senior is dreading right now. Yet, when we see our relatives, or our distant friends, or Joe from the grocery store, we are asked this same question. College. Sure, it might be the most exciting time of our lives, but getting there is n...

Got IDs?

Got IDs?

Brooke Dubs, Staff Writer

September 7, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

“Wear your IDs! Wear your IDs! IDs!” the screeching voices reverberate in our newly crafted hallways, the shouting commands us like we’re animals. If you’ve stepped foot in Broomfield High School this past week, you’d immediately know that students and teachers alike are supposed to be w...

Best-Selling Author Visits BHS

Best-Selling Author Visits BHS

Jenna Burgesser, Editor-in-Chief

September 7, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Broomfield was payed a special visit by the well-published author Ellen Hopkins to discuss her recently-released book People Kill People. During 7th period on Wednesday, fans of the author as well as aspiring writers gathered into Mr. Davidson and Ms. Watson’s classroom to discuss the New York Tim...

Swanker Beats the Heat

Swanker Beats the Heat

Bailey Dubs, Staff Writer

September 6, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase, Sports

Sydney Swanker won the Girl’s Varsity Cross Country 5k Race at the Centaurus, Waneka Lake meet on Saturday morning with an astonishing time of 19:14. Crossing the finish line 7 seconds ahead of the runner-up, she was determined to bring home a win for Broomfield. In an interview just minutes after her incre...

Eurydice Preview

Eurydice Preview

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

September 6, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Broomfield High School Thespian Troupe #874 is putting on the Greek Mythology play “Eurydice” (yur-id-dih-cee). The tale is about a girl named Eurydice and the tough decision to come back to life and be with her husband, Orpheus, or stay in the Underworld with her father. The play is being premi...

Victory at Last

Victory at Last

Hannah Belmont, Staff Writer

August 31, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

From the moment I stepped into Broomfield, the idea that I was to hate Legacy was drilled into my brain—and it worked. The cross-town rivalry between Broomfield and Legacy has always been and will always be a part of our community as Broomfield students. This year, as I looked across the field, I rea...

Lierz Takes Home Two Titles

Lierz Takes Home Two Titles

Jack Vanderberg, Web Editor

May 22, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

This past weekend, May 18th and 19th, the Broomfield boys swim team competed at the state tournament at the VMAC Aquatics Center. Harrison Lierz, a sophomore, won the state titles for the the 200-meter freestyle and the 500-meter freestyle. Lierz's time in the 200-meter was 2:19.12 (a new school record),...

Boys Swim Diving into Finals

Boys Swim Diving into Finals

Jack Vanderberg, Web Editor

May 17, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

The Boys Swim team spent two days at Loveland High School last weekend competing against schools from all over the region in the Conference Tournament. This weekend, they are looking to spend two more days at the VMAC Aquatic Center competing against schools from all over the state in the Finals Tournament. Friday...

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