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City Council Election Analysis
City Council Election Analysis
Molly Dembo, News Editor • April 9, 2024

During the November 2023 elections, the city of Boulder once again voted in candidate Aaron Brockett as mayor. While it was initially thought that Bob Yates might come out on top, Brockett eked out a victory...

Following their $725 Million dollar lawsuit last year, Meta is back in hot water, this time for psychological manipulation
Meta VS CO: The Fight For The Children
Wallace Gilreath November 27, 2023

On October 24, 2023, after being unable to reach a settlement, 33 states including Colorado filed a lawsuit against Meta, the company that owns the Largest social media site in the world Facebook as well as the fourth, Instagram and the third, WhatsApp. What are they being sued for? Psychological manipulation,...

Is There Room For Religion in Boulder?
Alex Spiridellis October 26, 2023

On a spring day at the end of the school year, Boulder High School had a surprising visitor across school grounds, and he was not met with a great deal of compassion. This person was John Choque, a local Christian street preacher and founding pastor of Gospel Evangelist Church. He can be found on...

Moms for liberty has 285 chapters across 45 states.
Moms for Liberty Moves to Boulder
Molly Dembo, Staff Writer • October 25, 2023

History of Moms for Liberty Censorship in school is an ever relevant subject of debate. It is seemingly impossible to browse the news without encountering a book banning controversy of some sort. Literature and curriculum including race, ethnicity, gender and sexuality deviating from cis, white, christian,...

Mrs. Armbruster is one of the many teachers that has had to adjust her classroom in order to fit all the people. Due to this, she has to change how she teaches the class itself.
Too Many Panthers!
Oli Ruzic September 26, 2023

As we entered school on August 17th, students were nearly suffocated in the math wing, bulldozed in the science wing, and left without a spare seat in most classes. How many can relate to this? Shockingly, Boulder High is the biggest high school in BVSD. Boulder High has a student population of ~2,139...

2023-2024 Theater Lineup
2023-2024 Theater Lineup
Molly Dembo September 26, 2023

2023-2024 theater lineup With the school year fully underway, the Boulder High theater department is amping up to deliver yet another year of high quality projects. Whether you are new to the program, a curious onlooker, or a seasoned veteran, there are a variety of projects to get involved in. Black...

This is the only poster still up in Logans. Originally there were more distributed, but they have been taken down as it becomes clear Logans is closing.
So Long Logan's
Taylor Robinson September 26, 2023

Any Centennial Middle School graduate or North Boulder resident is familiar with the little coffee shop tucked cozily on the corner between Lucky’s and Art Cleaners. This little shop has been pumping warm coffee and tasty pastries for 21 years. Logan Patterson, the owner, has lovingly poured his...

According to Admin, IDs may be worn on a lanyard, which are available for purchase in the front office for $5.00, or on a clip.
(Re)Instated ID Policy Leads to More Confusion
Hannah Cohen, Editor-in-chief • April 27, 2023

At the end of last semester, many BHS students noticed a recurring trend in their emails: the school sent out various notices that “[b]eginning in January (second semester), all students will be required to wear their ID at all times while on campus.”  Of course, Administration loudly implemented...

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

On Monday, February 14th, the Boulder County Board of Health voted to end the mask mandate from September 3rd, 2021. The rescinded order will go into effect in Boulder County on Friday, February 18th at 5 PM.  Boulder Valley School District followed suit on Tuesday and will lift the mask mandate...

The Kennedy Center Honors
Amelie Panaccione, Jr. Editor in Chief • December 10, 2021
Alexa Dembo, Editor in Chief • December 9, 2021
The states losing seats after the 2020 Census are largely clustered in the Midwest and Tristate area.
The 2020 Census and Colorado's Redistricting
Hannah Cohen, Staff writer • May 12, 2021
Senior Car Parade: Sunday, May 16 at 9 a.m.
Senior Car Parade: Sunday, May 16 at 9 a.m.
Akasha Brahmbhatt, Editor-in-Chief • May 5, 2021
With up to three feet of snow falling in Boulder over the weekend and more in the forecast for Tuesday, BVSD has announced a snow day for March 16.
BVSD Announces Snow Day on Tuesday, March 16
Elliote Muir, Editor-in-Chief • March 15, 2021
Centaurus High School is located just a short distance from downtown Lafayette.
Centaurus High School on Lockdown, Police Determine False Alarm
Isabel Oliver, Features Editor • March 3, 2021
Black Box will be live-streamed on Friday, January 15th. Drawings are done by Leo Serveter, Graphic via Rachel Zaring.
Black Box is Back and Better Than Ever
Isabel Oliver, Features Editor • January 10, 2021
What on Earth Just Happened?
Halie Leland, Staff writer • January 7, 2021
Akash’s COVID Corner: Everything You Should Know About the New COVID Vaccines
Akash Woods, Staff writer • December 11, 2020
Denver Protests Call Into Question Tactics Used By Police and Demonstrators
Amelia Chapman and Ella Webber November 19, 2020
BVSD seems to finally be listening to students calling for change when it comes to sexual violence prevention and support.
BVSD Updates Title IX Policy
Isabel Oliver, Features Editor • November 19, 2020
On Nov. 6, Boulder County will move into Level 3: Safer at Home.
Boulder Moves Into Level Three: Safer at Home
Gracie Lee, Staff writer • November 12, 2020
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