The Owl

Miles Wright

Miles Wright, Features Editor

Miles Wright is a senior making his debut on the newspaper team. Miles enjoys running cross country, rock climbing, and backpacking all over Colorado and Wyoming. On the trail, his go-to snack is green grapes and a Yerba Mate. Miles can also be found fighting fervently in the courtroom, where he is part of the Mock Trial team. Miles is an enthusiast for all types of music but specifically jazz as he plays saxophone and piano in Boulder High’s Jazz Band. In The Owl, Miles hopes to benefit the Boulder community during this unprecedented time and write about movies, books, and interesting stories he comes across. He has enjoyed writing his entire life and is thrilled to improve his skills this year while exploring the world of journalism.

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Clockwise from top left: Prince via 1999, Harry Styles via Vogue Instagram, David Bowie via iHeartRadio, 
 Janelle Monáe via Wikipedia

Artists Blurring the Lines of Femininity and Masculinity

December 2, 2020

The Vogue December 2020 cover story features Harry Styles—the first solo man to be on the magazine’s cover—with a personal interview and photoshoot. The article dives into his time throughout quarantine,...

A student in what they call the Mario Kart Zone, working vigorously with full concentration on their schoolwork.

Mario Kart Music: The Elimination of Procrastination

November 4, 2020

Do you ever struggle with procrastination? Have loads of homework to do in one night? Can’t stay focused or motivated while powering through a study session? Listening to Mario Kart music while doing...

Grady Clark sits silently as he waits for the water to boil.

Grady Clark: Tea Master in Training

October 17, 2020

A year before his summer exchange trip to China, Grady Clark wandered into the Trident Cafe and tried a tea from Yunnan, the region of China he was going to. He was enthralled by the complex flavors and...

Founded by two Stanford students, Diversify Our Narrative seeks to integrate diverse and anti-racist texts into classrooms across America.

Diversify Our Narrative Takes a Stand in BVSD

September 24, 2020

Diversify Our Narrative (DON) is an initiative founded by two Stanford students with the mission to “educate America’s youth on the very real, systemic injustices that exist in our society—and...

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