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Grace Schwab

Grace Schwab, Copy Editor

Grace Schwab is a senior this year and a staff writer for The Owl. Writing is a constant source of joy for Grace. She joined the newspaper because while she has always loved creative writing, she wanted to see the more journalistic side of it. This will be Grace’s second year on staff, and she couldn’t be more excited. She hopes to improve her ability to write about a variety of topics and better her interviewing skills throughout the year. Grace is in her senior season of cross country at Boulder High and will be serving as a captain. When she’s not out on a run, she can be found biking (exclusively on a tandem), eating (sometimes with chopsticks because that’s one of her hidden talents), hanging out at the Saturday and Wednesday-night farmer's markets, reading, or playing the piano. One of Grace’s favorite hobbies is re-watching the 2005 Pride and Prejudice over and over again, usually accompanied by her mom, younger sister, and cute dog, Snickers. Perhaps the most important thing to know about Grace is that she is an avid enthusiast of green grapes, which she eats daily in very large (borderline unhealthy if it wasn’t a fruit) amounts. 

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Boulder High sophomore Novella Spielman sings an original song in front of a captivated group of listeners at the Laughing Goat.

Novella Spielman: The Real G.O.A.T.

April 6, 2020

On Feb. 24 from 8-9:30pm, Novella Spielman (sophomore) performed a solo set in the cozy interior of The Laughing Goat coffee shop on Pearl Street. No backing band, no special tricks—it was just her and...

The quiet atmosphere of Black Pepper Pho.

Phở Phight: Black Pepper Phở vs. Boulder Phở

April 6, 2020

For me, Vietnamese phở is the ultimate comfort food. Pronounced “fuh,” this soup usually consists of bone-beef broth, rice noodles and thinly sliced beef with bean sprouts and other fresh herbs on...

Arriving fashionably late establishes you as a genuine, multifaceted individual and shows bold disregard for societal expectations of timeliness.

Tips for a Successful College Interview

February 18, 2020

The prospect of a college interview — a factor which in many cases can make or break an application — haunts many a senior at BHS. Here are eight simple tips to ensure a successful college interview.    ...

Women love a traditional, chivalrous man. The type who would be real skilled at hunting and gathering in ye olden days.

Now Watch Me Whip (My Girl with a Goat)

February 18, 2020

Calling all the lonely young bachelors and bachelorettes! Are you struggling to find a valentine? Or, if you already have one, are you desperately searching for a creative and original way to celebrate...

The gamer group sits immersed in Super Smash Bros during Common Lunch.

Super Smash Brotherhood

February 18, 2020

In the unassuming booths at the back of the cafeteria, a brotherhood of gaming warriors convenes to brawl for glory and honor. Every lunch period, the group gathers around a small Samsung monitor to battle...

The proud student athletes pose for a photo on the stage in the auditorium after signing.

National Signing Day

February 18, 2020

Playing varsity sports in college is an honor and a responsibility. Only a select few student-athletes have the skill7 and work ethic needed to play at this elite level. For this reason, it is especially...

The Boulder High 2019 Concerto Competition was a smashing success, featuring solos from violinists, celloists, flutists, and other players of various instruments in their renditions of classical Concerto pieces.

Boulder High Concerto Competition

January 28, 2020

Just before winter break on Dec. 6, 2019, 13 Boulder High student musicians competed in the annual Boulder High School Concerto Competition. Students performed on a variety of instruments: violin, viola,...

With twenty seconds left in the round, its a race against the clock for these Integration Bee contestants to write down their final answers before time runs out.

What’s the Buzz?

January 28, 2020

Jan. 9, 2020 marked the first Integration Bee in Boulder High School history. Hosted in the math department by Ms. Bousany and Ms. Speckl during Advisory, students and teachers from all levels of math...

The extravagant, lustrous pinata from  the FET Fiesta. Photo by Grace Schwab.

La Posada: FET Fiesta

January 24, 2020

On Dec. 13, Boulder High’s Latino families collaborated with FET (Families and Educators Together) to put on the very first BHS Posada celebration. A Posada is a traditional Mexican Christmas celebration....

Boulder Boys Soccer

Boulder Boys Soccer

January 7, 2020

Boulder High School Boys Soccer competed in their final game down in Parker, Colorado, on Nov. 13th. Over 50 Panthers traveled to cheer on their team, bundled in purple and gold with punny signs in hand...

Technology by Sephko is licensed under CC BY-NC-ND 4.0

The Terrors of Technology

December 5, 2019

The coffee shop is filled with the soft light of the setting sun. My friend and I sit at our favorite table, the one against the far wall. I am in the midst of telling a story that has potential for stand-up...

Dr. Duncan goes above and beyond the call of duty when it comes to recycling and composting. Not only does she make sure to dispose of her own waste properly—she also ensures that the rest of the schools waste is processed correctly.

Champions of Change

October 25, 2019

In light of the recent climate strikes, environmental preservation burns in all of our minds. The forests are flaming, global temperatures are scorching, and Swedish teen activist Greta Thunburg is spitting...

Teacher Tats

October 24, 2019

Tattoos are a creative way to share identity. Many of the teachers at Boulder High sport some interesting tattoos, and the artwork etched in their skin is a testament to influential parts of their lives....

IB vs. AP

IB vs. AP

September 15, 2019

Have you ever had a heated conversation with a Fairview kid about course difficulty, fighting the  “IB is SO much harder than AP” edict? Throughout our time at Boulder High School, we will all have...

CU Spring Concert 2019

CU Spring Concert 2019

April 24, 2019

When: Sunday, April 28, 2019 at 7pm, doors open at 6:30pm Where: Mary Rippon Outdoor Theatre. This will be the first time that the CU Spring Concert will be held in the outdoor amphitheater! Tickets: $15...

From left to right: Klaus Heiman (sophomore), Annika Boyer (junior), Martha Riedel (junior), and Mr. Boyer

Braving the Shave

March 19, 2019

On Thursday, March 14th, over one hundred adults and students gathered in Boulder High School's main gym to support childhood cancer research. Each year more than 300,000 children and teens worldwide are...

A Showcase of Boulder High School for Potential Panthers

December 13, 2018

The transition from middle school to high school is often daunting for incoming freshman, and the choice of what high school to enroll in is a significant aspect of this. Boulder High School works to ease...

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