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Buildings, buildings everywhere. In place of the old liquor mart is a project that is being undertaken by Brinkmann Constructors.

Why Is There So Much Construction in Boulder?

Saisree Kumar, Features Editor April 27, 2023

As Boulder High School students, we are all familiar with the recent construction projects that have been popping up throughout the city. While some of us may be excited about the prospect of new buildings...

While LA is notorious for its confusing parking signs Boulder might just be a close second.

Parking Around Boulder High

Jonathan Stafford, Features Editor April 25, 2023

Parking citations. These tickets are arguably the most annoying and money-draining things for students at Boulder High School, and I can’t help but think that the city has zero regards for the teenagers...

CU has many Sororities and Fraternities located near campus.

Should You Go Greek?

Jules Conners, News Editor April 24, 2023

The fraternity or sorority experience is an iconic right-of-passage for many college students. As many seniors leave Boulder High for college, this topic becomes more and more relevant.  When joining...

Boulder Highs sports teams often get more attention than other programs.

School Spirit: More Harm Than Good?

Sophii Sherman, Opinions Editor October 1, 2022

During the most turbulent time of the school year, when class expectations and school year norms are still being solidified, when people are trying to settle into the academic year and prepare themselves...

Picture #3: Student Council members Maya Roberts, junior, Drake Arthur, junior, and Maddie Hawk, senior, cooking the pancakes. Photo via Lara Spijkerman.

Student Council Pancake Breakfast Recap

Lara Spijkerman, News Editor January 9, 2020

Boulder High School’s student council has been throwing the famed Pancake Breakfast during Spirit Week for years now.  According to Mr. Selnau, the STUCO sponsor, the Pancake Breakfast is a “long-standing...

Though the club began mere weeks ago, it already has a strong following of BHS students ready and excited to give back to their communities. Photo via Charlotte Gorgemans.

Letters of Hope: A New Club’s Mission

Cate Landry, Staff Writer November 21, 2019

There’s a new club at Boulder High that has flown somewhat under the radar for a few weeks but is gradually growing and gaining popularity. The Pen-to-Heart Club, started by juniors Charlotte Gorgemans,...

Ways to Get Involved at Boulder High

Akasha Brahmbhatt, Webmaster October 21, 2019

 Do you find high school stressful? Are you having a hard time enjoying school or finding a reason to go? Well, look no further for a solution! At Boulder High School, there are many amazing opportunities...

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