The Owl

Pecking Away at Food Waste

Pecking Away at Food Waste

Lucy Paradise, Staff Writer April 14, 2024

Most people know the joy of having a dog or cat as a house companion (or if you are one of those people who like reptiles…no judgment…maybe a little).  Aside from the usual dog or cat, few consider...

Coach Geo Tam takes a photo of the Girls Cross Country team holding a medal after yet another amazing race this season.

Coach Interview: Geo Tam

Ella Gibney, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

Coach Geo Tam is a familiar face around Boulder High, the head coach for one of the largest and most illustrious sports teams at Boulder… the cross-country team. When I got a chance to sit down with...

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...

Inspired by Italian luthiers in the 18th and 19th centuries, Lucys Master Linn cello is crafted with maple leaf wood.

Beyond the Notes: The Benefit of Learning an Instrument

Lucy Paradise, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

It is safe to say that music is incredible. If you are someone who has not experienced the joy of listening to or playing music, I feel empowered to make sure that changes after you read this. Music has...

We Turned A.I. Evil (and We Cant Fix it)

We Turned A.I. Evil (and We Can’t Fix it)

Molly Dembo, News Editor April 9, 2024

Artificial intelligence has exploded into the public sector Since OpenAI’s chat GPT product was released in 2022. LLMs (Large Language Models) have become commonplace. Their ability to create and proofread...

All Hail Dolly

All Hail Dolly

Sandra Redak, Editorial Editor April 9, 2024

I know it’s not good to idolize celebrities, but I’m not exaggerating when I say I would give my corneas to Dolly Parton if she asked. If you're uninformed of the Dolly-ification of society let me...

Apocalypse Media

Apocalypse Media

Mia Myca, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

I recently watched Carol and the End of the World and thought it was super cute! The show follows an introverted 42-year-old woman facing the “carpe diem” mentality as a foreign planet is projected...

According to Business Insider, Mean Girls 2024 is a mix of the original production and the 2018 musical adaptation.

Individuality, Diversity, and Kalteen Bars… Mean Girls Remade

Ella Gibney, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

One of the most iconic movies to watch at a sleepover, many of us love–or love to hate–the 2004 Mean Girls movie. Now, twenty years later, Regina George and her posse of Plastics return to our screens...

“We have not granted any permission for the use of Pokemon intellectual property or assets in that game. We intend to investigate and take appropriate measures to address any acts that infringe on intellectual property rights related to Pokemon.” -The Pokemon Company, Jan 25 2024

Palworld Vs. Pokemon

Wallace Gilreath, Staff Writer April 9, 2024

What do you think the second most popular game of all time on Steam is? Most people would probably guess something extremely well known, a COD game or something from a AAA studio that has hundreds of people...

The Glamorization of Mental Illness

The Glamorization of Mental Illness

Summer Gardner and Ella Gibney April 8, 2024

Struggling is an unavoidable and necessary part of human life, so why do we fail to properly communicate when it comes to mental health struggles? In previous generations, there has been an extreme stigma...

28% of things put in the trash could be composted says the Indiana University Enviornmental Institute.

Eco-Cycle Spotlight: A New Wave of Composting Education

Jules Conners, Editor-in-chief April 8, 2024

On Valentine’s Day, composting returned to Boulder High. While not the most romantic development at Boulder High, it is certainly a big deal for the Boulder community and environment.  Last year,...

Big Fish: Behind the Curtain

Big Fish: Behind the Curtain

Ryler Hornasky, Staff Writer March 21, 2024

Every year, members of the Boulder High community eagerly await the exhibition of the theater program's spring musical, and every year, from the sets to the actors and all the amazing work behind the scenes,...

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