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Open Studios doesn’t just feature traditional paintings- artists create clothing, whimsical ceramics, and photography as well.
Open Studios '22: A Spectator's Artistic Dream
Hannah Cohen, Editor-in-chief • October 1, 2022

For 27 years, local artists have thrown open their doors to the public every October during “Open Studios." The event, now taking place for the first three weekends of the month, allows the artists to...

Rachel Christenson (‘23) bumps the ball as Ava Cawley (‘24), Palmer Robinson (‘24), Izzy Barsh (‘24), Marley Tuitele (‘25), and Kayla Rothman (‘24) cover her.
Spiking Into the Season
October 1, 2022
Apocalypse, situated on Pearl St., is a popular, but expensive, thrift shop in Boulder. Although it’s location is great, the price seems to be a huge turn-off.
Boulder's Thrifting Chronicles
September 25, 2022
Dakota Hess 23, tackling Bejamin Mischke 24, as Boulder High defense hopes to continue their domination.
Conquering the Centaurus Warriors
September 21, 2022
With the chances of a shooter having an ID, is this policy effective, or merely security theater?
Psst… the Doors Aren’t the Problem
Coffee can be a costly- and wasteful -societally acceptable drug.
Don’t Talk to Me Before I’ve Had My Coffee
The new school year provides an excellent opportunity to reevaluate how you approach school.
A New Look at Learning
Cursing adds a colorful lexicon to even a kids vocabulary.
Surely We Should Swear
Netflix continues to fund mediocre TV thats insulting to the viewers taste by discontinuing shows that are far better.
Netflix is Running Out of Good Ideas
Boulder Valley School District lifted the mask mandate Tuesday, February 15th following the Boulder County Board of Health. BVSD has been in Phase 4 learning since March 2021.
BVSD Rescinds Mask Mandates
Annika Bjorklund , Editor-in-chief • February 16, 2022
The Kennedy Center Honors are at the Center Opera House in Washington D.C
The Kennedy Center Honors
Amelie Panaccione, Jr. Editor in Chief • December 10, 2021
Cramfest
Cramfest
Alexa Dembo, Editor in Chief • December 9, 2021
Team Rowdy kept energy high even as the referee made a contentious decision against the boys soccer team.
Kicking off the Season with Controversy
Jules Conners, News Editor
A player for BHS Flower Power team guards an opponent during an intense point against Monarch.
Spring's Ultimate Sport
Clara Thomas, Arts and Entertainment Editor
Its time to toss your streaming service and find your parents old discmans.
The Best Ways to Listen to Music, Ranked
Hannah Cohen, Opinions Editor
A quote from the wall of a physics classroom speaks for itself.
Is AP Physics the Hardest Class?
Norrie Boyd, Business Manager & Cartoonist
The fables in Princess Mononoke, another Hayao Miyazaki masterpiece, are the perfect antidote to Septembers routines.
Cinema of the Season: September
With its strong characters and eerie predictions, this secular novel contains sufficient wisdom that qualify it to be the new hotel room staple.
Your Next Apocalyptic Late Summer Read
Summer is one of the most wide-ranging seasons when it comes to moods and music.
Music for Summer
Members from the Refuge cast answer questions from Boulder High Students.
BIFF's Standout Showing of 2022
Mid-Air Thief is an anonymous Korean musician who enthralled indie fans with their 2018 album Crumbling.
Mid Air Thief’s "Crumbling," and The Beauty Of Music
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