A Short Story by: Blue Jeans “Macy! How nice it is to see you again!” She greeted Macy with so much outwardly affection; it diluted her inner bitterness for her so-called friend. “Elle! It has been awhile.” Trying to be polite, Elle allowed the woman to sit next to her … Continue Reading Polite People Talk
By Leah Endler and Laura Osborne The Boulder High Haunted House is a celebration of the creativity and artistic talents of around 60 students. It draws upwards of 1,000 visitors each year ranging from Boulder High students to community members. Construction of the haunted house began when the school year … Continue Reading Inside Look at the Haunted House
By Lillian Ruelle The BHS Boy’s Soccer team has had a terrific season in 2017, with a record of 14-1-1 the team is ranked number 57 in the United States and number 1 in Colorado. Varsity captain Quinn Frankovsky thinks unity is a key component to their success. “The best part … Continue Reading Varsity Soccer Captain on the 2017 Team
A Poem by Fulcrum To go through all the hassle Of saving a princess from a castle Seems quite pointless to me When the princess can just as well set herself free There’s no point trying to do the dare If she isn’t willing to let down her hair And … Continue Reading Modern Queen
By P. Iannetta More than a month ago, on September 20th, 2017, Puerto Rico sustained a direct hit from Hurricane Maria. The path of the historic category 4 storm with sustained winds of 155 mph took it directly over the tiny Caribbean Island and United States territory. Maria- the strongest … Continue Reading Student Take on the Puerto Rico Crisis
Canned Food Drive: October 30th-November 15th Band Camp! November 3rd-5th FBLA’s Stock Market Challenge: November 3rd Pancake Breakfast: November 8th (7:30 AM-8:45) Winter Sports Begin: November 10th Model United Nations Conference at Aurora: November 11th Veteran’s Day: November 11th Soccer State Championship: November 11th Jazz Concert: November 14th (starts: 7:00 … Continue Reading What’s Happening This November?
By Claire Stalhuth At the venerable age of 17 I have been featured in the local paper a total of three times. I remember each of them, and each “accomplishment” brought me closer to the realization that I could have indeed peaked too soon. My first 15 minutes of fame … Continue Reading Letter from the Editor