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Boys Soccer celebrating one of their 4 goals joyfully in their October 25th playoff game vs Grandview.

Boys Soccer, Finding Success Late in the Season

Sasha Framularo, Sports Editor November 13, 2023

Boulder High's Boys soccer team operates by the slogan “La familia” or the family, and they take that saying very seriously. The team found success in the first round of the Colorado 5a boys soccer...

The seemingly normal, hippy inspired murals in the Yellow Deli reveal religious texts and founding ideals for the Twelve Tribes religious group.

Yellow Deli: A Good Place to Eat or a Cult on the Street?

Milan Gdowski and Rogan Oakes October 25, 2023

When you think of Pearl Street, the economic heart of Boulder, you may conjure up images of some of your favorite restaurants and stores. From Illegal Petes to Avantis to Rocket Fizz, Pearl Street is full...

Now when a Boulder High athlete reaches the end zone, they will be racing towards an end zone sporting the words BVSD.

Field Under Fire

Jules Conners September 26, 2023

This summer, Boulder High’s beloved football field, Recht Field, got a facelift. Along with the turf redo, came a new emblem to the center of the field. The BVSD logo. The simple blue and white logo...

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,...

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...

Stroads: America’s Modern Infrastructural Plague

Molly Dembo and Max Kabjian September 26, 2023

Not a street, not a road; stroads represent a continuity of overbudgetted and dangerous transportation trends in America. To better understand  the detriments of such a development, it is important to...

Boulder High is the oldest high school in Colorado.

What’s Up With the Gargoyles?

Jules Conners, News Editor January 24, 2023

The City of Boulder is an eclectic place, so it’s only fitting that the gargoyles at Boulder High are as much. These nude, gargoyle-like statues keep watch over Boulder High, yet most students don’t...

Captain Ryan Barnes helps cart the robotics team to victory.

Take a Byte of the BHS Robotics Team

Madelyn Barnes, Staff Writer January 17, 2023

Mr. Zahner was a beloved teacher at Boulder High. One that was passionate about robotics and teaching his students. He was an incredible mentor who taught with enthusiasm that was reciprocated by his pupils....

Puris are small, round, flat pieces of bread made of unleavened wheat flour, deep-fried, and served with egg curry, which is made with hard-boiled eggs, onions, tomatoes, whole & ground spices, and herbs.

You’re Doing “Indian Food” Wrong

Saisree Kumar, Features Editor January 7, 2023

A popular trend that's taken over my “For-You” page recently has been Indian food virgins rating Indian food, and so far, I have not seen a single positive TikTok. It seems odd that there isn't one,...

“When it comes to subjective offenses like disturbance or disobedience vs. objective infractions like tardiness or truancy, minority students are more likely than White students to be referred for disciplinary action.”

Do the Crime, Pay the Time: Privelege and Punishment

Saisree Kumar, Features & Insights Editor November 14, 2022

In 1968, President Lyndon B. Johnson signed the first federal hate crimes statute that stated it was a crime “to use, or threaten to use, force to willfully interfere with any person because of race,...

Local girl tells funny joke, proves women could be funny.

Women Aren’t Funny

Sophii Sherman, Opinions Editor November 2, 2022

There has been a lot of progress in making comedy inclusive to women. With infamous comedians such as Amy Schumer, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and the thousands that seem to sprout from TikTok every...

The tardy policy is especially difficult given how long it takes to get through the crowded hallways.

A Sinister Tardy Policy

Jonathan Stafford, Features Editor November 2, 2022

Last school year, if a student was twenty minutes late or fewer, they were marked tardy. As tardies built up for a student, they would have some disciplinary measure enacted upon them to reduce the number...

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