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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...

Heathers The Musical

Heathers The Musical

Gianni Martinez, Staff Writer

February 14, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Coming soon to the Broomfield community, the Thespians of Broomfield High perform their newest production, Heathers! A musical based on the 1989 film about teenagers in high school trying to find their place and where they fit in. Broomfield’s production features leads Kyle Hoffman, starring as Jason...

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...

Objection – Legal Eagles Sentenced to State Championship

Objection – Legal Eagles Sentenced to State Championship

Jack Vanderberg, Staff Writer

February 12, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

This past Friday and Saturday, February 9th and 10th, the Broomfield High School Mock Trial Teams (a.k.a. "The Legal Eagles") competed at the Mock Trial Regional Tournament, and one of the teams are headed to the State Championships for the second year in a row. Both teams, Broomfield Silver and Broomfield...

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...

Student Council’s Valentine’s Day Roses

Student Council’s Valentine’s Day Roses

Allison Eichner, Editor in Chief

February 7, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

For the eighth year, Student Council is selling roses for Valentine’s Day. An annual tradition, they are aiming to spread the love around Broomfield High. Sales are happening this week only(February 6th-9th) during both lunches in the atrium. Roses are one for two dollars and three for five dollars. The...

Boys Varsity Soccer Nationally Ranked

Boys Varsity Soccer Nationally Ranked

Maggie Peck, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

The basketball team wasn’t the only winner last Friday. The eagle community rose and joined in applause, echoing throughout the wide walls of the gymnasium to congratulate a Broomfield team who was prestigiously awarded as one of the best groups nationwide. MaxPreps eagerly snapped photos as membe...

California: A State Divided

California: A State Divided

Sidney Poulsen, Staff Writer

February 6, 2018


Filed under News, Showcase

Within the last month, California has yet again made another effort to split its state in two; one including the major coastal cities and the other including rural land areas. “New California” was the name given for this new fresh proposal which include the rural areas of California, however, like in...

Is Climate Change a Real Issue?

Is Climate Change a Real Issue?

Hannah Belmont, Staff Writer

February 2, 2018


Filed under Features, Showcase

From a young age we all study what a natural disaster is, their effect on Earth and on the people. We all know the detrimental effects of natural disasters but don’t often experience them. This year alone has been one of the most shocking years for the earth. From fires, hurricanes, and excessi...

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