The Owl

The movie received critical acclaim and was remade in Tamil with a Hindi remake in the works. Licensed as a promotional poster.

The Great Indian Kitchen

Saisree Kumar, Features Editor April 23, 2023

The expectation of newlywed women in many cultures can be considered incredibly misogynistic. You must operate with obedience, cooking three different dishes three times a day, cleaning, and dealing with...

Beyoncés 2022 album continued to wow audiences and critics but the Grammys did not grant it the famed Album of the Year award. Licensed as a promotional poster.

Beyonce: The Artist of Our Lives

Leah Frankel, Arts and Entertainment Editor April 23, 2023

With the Grammys recently wrapping up, there are a bundle of note-worthy events and yet, out of all of them, Beyoncé made the biggest history with 32 total Grammys—making her the most awarded artist...

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...

While women may have many IUD options to chose from, theres no side-effect opt out.

Men Have Everything (Except Birth Control)

Alexa Dembo, Editor-in-chief March 11, 2022

Upon the recent public debut of a new form of male birth control (the “ballcuzzi”) by German designer Rebecca Weiss, birth control equity has come back into the spotlight. Birth control has been traditionally...

After SCOTUS heard Dobbs v. Jackson Womens Health Organization, protests sprang up around the country.

A Post Roe v. Wade Colorado

Hannah Cohen, Opinions Editor January 5, 2022

Last week, the Supreme Court heard a case that has the fate of Roe v. Wade- and thereby the fate of reproductive rights in the United States -thrown into uncertainty. Fifty years ago, in 1973, the Court...

The movie poster for Little Women, a dazzling new film based on the book by Louisa May Alcott.

Is This the Best Little Women Remake Yet?

Clara Fraser, Staff Writer February 20, 2020

Greta Gerwig’s re-telling of the classic story of Little Women is a masterpiece. With stunning imagery and fantastic acting, she portrays the story of the little women—Joe, Amy, Meg, Beth and their...

The ERA Today

Lara Spijkerman February 11, 2020

The feminist movement for equality of the genders has been a long-fought battle. Starting in the 19th century with influential historical figures such as Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, men...

 Prior to the sexual assault awareness and support walkout, sentences supporting survivors and reprimanding the district were spray-painted across the campus only to be haphazardly removed during the protest.

Consent: A Black and White Issue

Jac McCarty, Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2020

Consent. It’s an idea that, more often than not, adheres to the time-tested saying of ‘you know it when you see it.’ Many cases are clear-cut. Black and white. A woman saying no. Powder slipped...

Akasha Brahmbhatt, Olivia Meikle, and Holly Sharfoth in front of Boulder High School. Photo by Natalie Mayurama.

Feminist Talk: A Chat with Women’s Empowerment Club’s Latest Guest Speaker

Akasha Brahmbhatt, Webmaster January 25, 2020

Women’s Empowerment Club, more commonly referred to as WEC, meets on Thursdays during common lunch. WEC’s purpose is to bring together students at Boulder High School to talk about issues faced by...

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