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Norrie Boyd

Norrie Boyd, Business Manager & Cartoonist

Norrie is an energetic, opinionated senior at Boulder High this year. This young journalist joined The Owl her junior year and has always had a passion for writing as well as a creative spirit. She joined The Owl in hopes of finding a community that shares her passion and is willing to help her explore her creativity further. When Norrie isn’t in school, you can find her with the track team or being exceptionally average at basketball. She also enjoys spending time with her lovely friends and family or devoting hours to watching love island on Hulu. Norrie is excited to begin writing about different controversial subjects and explore the dark secrets of the land of purple and gold. She enjoys the search for new knowledge and is respectful of the variety of opinions generated by Boulder High students besides the idea that red grapes are better than green grapes because that is ludicrous. Norrie loves pop culture and entertainment and is excited to write articles about the comics, anime, movies, and shows which she has carefully studied throughout the years. As a second-year writer of The Owl, Norrie is so excited to explore the vast world of journalism with an amazing group of virgin and veteran writers.

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In order for masks to be effective, they have to cover both the mouth and the nose.

Maskholes: an Epidemic

November 2, 2021

For the last two weeks, every time I've stepped into my math class Mr. Schenk has reminded the class to wear their masks correctly. Meaning we waste two precious minutes of precalculus every day to remind...

Cartoon by Norrie Boyd

[Photo] Women: the “Forbidden Fruit”

October 3, 2021

Cartoon by Norrie Boyd

If freedom is the piece de resistance of the Republican argument, then social liberties are the glaring bright red elephants in the room. Cartoon by Norrie Boyd.

[Photo] DeSantis & the Concept of “Freedom”

October 3, 2021

If freedom is the piece de resistance of the Republican argument, then social liberties are the glaring bright red elephants in the room. Cartoon by Norrie Boyd.

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