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The Hardest Classes at Broomfield High

The Hardest Classes at Broomfield High

Kansas Wood, Staff Writer

March 12, 2020

Course requests were due March 2nd, and while students probably know which classes they signed up for, they may not understand the difficulty of the class. Seniors are the exception, having seen nearly all Broomfield has to offer; and in a survey of 54 Seniors, they ruled these to be the hardest courses...

Mom May Be Right On This One

Mom May Be Right On This One

Avery Schmidt, Staff Writer

March 12, 2020

The newest iPhone is in the pockets of most high schoolers across the world. The useful everyday tool is great for anything from communicating with family and friends to catching up on Kylie Jenner’s recent Instagram post. Although it has a lot of positives, the constant texting and social media scrolling...

What’s The Deal With Coronavirus?

What’s The Deal With Coronavirus?

Mia Gallegos, Staff Writer

March 9, 2020

COVID-19 (Coronavirus) has been the biggest topic of conversation for over a month. This disease (which originated in Wuhan, China) has symptoms that are very similar to influenza, including fever, shortness of breath, and coughing. These symptoms appear to be pretty mild, analogous to an everyday cold...

The Ultimate Ditch Day: Disneyland

The Ultimate Ditch Day: Disneyland

Brooke Dubs, Staff Writer/ Video Editor

March 6, 2020

This last Thursday, March 5th, four Broomfield seniors decided to take a day trip to Disneyland just for fun. Janelle Pethick, Sawyer Johnson, Henry Desmarias, and Tanner Hartley woke up at 3:30 am on Thursday and got home at 2:00 am on Friday. This feat may seem impulsive--fantastical, even--but...

New Anthropology Course Coming to BHS

New Anthropology Course Coming to BHS

Bella Arreola, Staff Writer

March 3, 2020

Broomfield High School has added a new Anthropology course which will be taught by Dr. Edbrooke next year. Anthropology is the study of humans over time. Dr. Edbrooke explains it as being “rooted in the theory of evolution” as it looks at the evolution of humans throughout history, tracing back...

The Ups and Downs of Junior Year

The Ups and Downs of Junior Year

Erin Fuller, Staff Writer

February 28, 2020

It’s the second semester of junior year, and I’ve kinda gotten into a groove. The workload is still huge and stressful, but I’m used to it now. I would have thought that the stress and anxiety would still be drop-kicking me in the butt by now, but it’s come down to a dull roar. I have all...

Girls Swimming Finishes 6th at State Competition

Girls Swimming Finishes 6th at State Competition

Hampton Traylor, Staff Writer

February 25, 2020

Last Tuesday and Wednesday, the BHS girls swim team competed at the 4A state swim and dive championships. The 11 swimmers who competed placed 6th overall in 4A championships. On top of that, the 200 medley, 200 and 400 free relay’s all made finals and finished in the top 10. Kaylee Austin, 10,...

Broomfield Wrestling Finishes Second at Regionals

Broomfield Wrestling Finishes Second at Regionals

Andy Johnson, Staff Writer

February 18, 2020

Broomfield Wrestling took second at this year’s regional tournament, propelling the team into this weekend’s State Championship with confidence. The regional tournament, hosted by Broomfield for the second time in three years, yielded fourteen individual champions, and for Broomfield, eight state...

The History of Valentine’s Day

The History of Valentine’s Day

Kylie Wood, Staff Writer

February 13, 2020

Although many Broomfield students celebrate Valentine’s Day, be it with a significant other, friends, or family, most don’t know how the holiday originated. Valentine’s Day has its origins in a Pre-Roman holiday called Lupercalia, a celebration of fertility, cleansing, and the coming of Spring,...

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