The Owl

Trust me. Airplane food is actually amazing.
Airline Food is Better Than Michelin Star Restaurants
Amelie Panacicone, Staff writer • May 12, 2021

I know…airline food has such a bad reputation, but hear me out. I know the chicken tastes like rubber and the pasta is oddly overcooked and most people stay away from sky-high food. I, on the other...

Stella's Suggestions Vol III
Stella Hofferman, Arts and Entertainment Editor • April 8, 2021

Welcome back to Stella’s Suggestions! I know it’s been a while, but even geniuses need breaks.  I have many mental issues and it’s really hard to get motivated to clean my room or do laundry often. I’m so embarrassed that my room is so gross but I just feel like I can’t clean it sometimes....

Many people have fallen victim to the draw of hallway makeout sessions, but in the time of COVID-19, are these public displays of affection appropriate?
It's Far Too Soon For Hallway PDA
Isabel Oliver, Features Editor • April 8, 2021

In the past year, many common traditions at Boulder High, such as prom and pep rallies, have been tragically lost. But not everything we’ve missed out on has been bad. Don’t believe me? Just ask those of us who were around during the days of witnessing full-on makeout sessions while walking to the...

Stella's Suggestions: Volume II
Stella Hofferman, Arts & Entertainment Editor • March 19, 2021

Hi there! Welcome to volume two of Stella’s Suggestions, where you tell me what’s been troubling you and I do my best to help! My best friend has been dating this guy for a long time now but he is not treating her very well. Anytime we’ve tried to talk about it she defends him even though...

Stella's Suggestions: Volume I
Stella Hofferman, Arts & Entertainment Editor • March 10, 2021
Hi there! Welcome to volume one of Stella’s Suggestions, where you tell me what’s been troubling you and I do my best to help!
Window-peekers, our skills are no longer needed.
Farewell to Snow Days
Halie Leland, Staff writer • January 10, 2021

Farewell, beloved snow days. So long, responsibility-free joy. Adiós curious, window-peeking self so diligently predicting how much snow would fall. You are gone now, into the void, and I miss you dearly. ‘Tis winter, ‘tis snowy, yet no free days scatter the weeks. Mother nature may try to protect...

During the winter season, the best potatoes are butternut squash scalloped potatoes.
Winter Squash Recipes and Reviews
Selah Dow, Staff writer • December 17, 2020

The holiday season and the end of the semester can be very stressful. Especially this year with COVID-19, everyone’s feeling a little uneasy. Trying to fight the stress of this season and the sadness that comes with the lack of sunshine during winter can be difficult, so here are my comforting seasonal...

The grilled cheese sandwich is a staple of American cuisine.
Making the Best Grilled Cheese
Gracie Lee, Staff writer • December 17, 2020

There is no better lunch on a Saturday afternoon than a crisp and gooey grilled cheese sandwich. The grilled cheese was the culinary masterpiece of Otto Fredrick Rohwelder in 1922 and has since held a special place in every American’s heart. Sure, you can spend $16.99 on an expensive club sandwich...

We all know it and we all love it: it
The Bodacious Boulder Bubble
Calvin Boykoff, Staff writer • December 17, 2020

Boulder is, has always been and will always be the best place to live. In fact, it has even been named the best place to live in Colorado (according to  Unshockingly, Boulder has been named the sixteenth best place to raise a family in America. Now, what makes our home so great? To be...

Get the Hollywood stars ready, because you are on the fast track to fame.
I am Now a Famous Person
Elliote Muir, Editor-in-Chief • December 16, 2020
While students love to complain about school, the photos are the real problem.
School's True Problem
Kai Fox, Staff writer • December 15, 2020
The new Eldora has already outstayed its welcome.
Dude, What Happened to Eldora?
Larson Burak, Sports Editor • December 13, 2020
Without their emotional support animals, passengers face a turbulent future of air travel.
Bereft at 32,000 Feet
Elliote Muir, Editor-in-Chief • December 11, 2020
While some may proudly flaunt their Tyler-topped Wrapped on social media, others with less-refined taste are forced to take more drastic measures.
Spotify Wrapped: a Blessing or a Curse?
Luke Leiden, Social Media Director • December 11, 2020
In the year 2020, after almost a decade of the Saddle Shoe declining in popularity, I have decided to bring them back.
Bringing Back the Saddle Shoe
Akasha Brahmbhatt, Editor-in-Chief • December 10, 2020
PTV has been Boulder High
PTV: We Love It, But...
Amelie Panaccione, Staff writer • December 9, 2020
The Trump 2020 and 2016 campaign team have used multiple different Pro-Trump anthems throughout their campaigning; these are just the best three.
The Catchiest Pro-Trump Anthems
Isabel Oliver, Features Editor • December 9, 2020
To everyone who thinks sleeping with socks is weird, think again.
A Breakdown of Sleeping with Socks
Amelie Panaccione, Staff writer • December 4, 2020
We tried the French toast from six iconic Boulder restaurants and rated their presentation and taste, averaging the two to determine the overall score.
Best French Toast in Town? So Glad You Asked
Elliote Muir, Editor-in-Chief • November 18, 2020
Signs of the Cowpocalypse
Signs of the Cowpocalypse
Luke Kreidl, Opinions Editor • November 13, 2020
Although Pumpkin Pie is a classic fall themed dessert, this year, I wanted to see what other recipes I could make with Pumpkin Purée.
Recipes to Try Besides Pumpkin Pie
Isabel Oliver, Features Editor • November 8, 2020
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