We Are the Worst Generation By Far We Are the Worst Generation By Far
The Many Woes of Idaho The Many Woes of Idaho
Gravity Is Making Waves Gravity Is Making Waves
But First, Let Me Build a Robot But First, Let Me Build a Robot
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Senior Hank Fisher is the kind of student who says hello to everyone when walking down the hall, who gets along with anyone, and loves to be involved in school activities. Fisher is currently the ASB President here at Boise high and was also president during his sophomore year. His junior year he was B in B.O.I.S.E and was also […]

Arts & Entertainment Ishi Band Interview

Ishi Band Interview

It’s very difficult to find electronic dance pop music that feels striking, fresh, and new mostly due to the fact that this sort of genre is so over-played on the radio and yet the Dallas, Texas band Ishi creates songs that are incredibly well crafted and quite enjoyably danceable. Ishi performed at The Linen Building for this year’s Treefort Music […]

Sports Crossfit: Spartan Race

Crossfit: Spartan Race

The Adidas, crossfit spartan race is one of the most anticipated races of all time. It is one of the kinds of races or events where anybody that is a regular person can and will be sponsored if they perform at the race standards. It’s a gripping race, but it’s hard. The reason that I love this race so much […]

Featured Cover Artist March Cover Artist – Jordan Sellers

March Cover Artist – Jordan Sellers

Alina Gilmore Editor-in-Chief Senior Jordan Sellers is a student who has artistry running through his veins. The paining above is a water color that took Sellers a month and a half to create. Jordan’s inspiration for this piece came from an artist named Wassily Kandinsky who did similar painting in a sporadic pattern. The Boise Art Museum even featured this painting […]

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Jimmy Farris For Congress
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Jimmy Farris For Congress

Jimmy Farris attended Lewiston High school and was a letterman in Football, Basketball and track. Farris helped in leading his team to their first Idaho High School Football State Championship as a sophomore, and as a senior, to the State Football Championship Game and finished his senior season with 78 receptions for 1,510 yards and 18 touchdowns. On his basketball […]

Tucanos Brazilian Grill
Community

Tucanos Brazilian Grill

Tucanos Grill is located on 1388 S. Entertainment Avenue, and has a lively environment. Tucanos features  a great serving staff, great music and a serving style called Churrasco (Shoe-Has-Ko). This serving style of dining has people serving meat and vegetables on skewers. You can order foods such as mango sauce-covered fish, which has a great taste. While our cue is […]

Add The 4 Words
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Add The 4 Words

Recently in Idaho, the legislature has proposed many new bills and laws that are causing many to stand up and protest, the most prevalent being Add The Words. ‘Add The Words’ is a non-profit, volunteer organization that focuses on gaining equal rights for those individuals of the LGBT community by trying to get the legislature to add the words “sexual […]

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Senior Hank Fisher is the kind of student who says hello to everyone when walking down the hall, who gets along with anyone, and loves to be involved in school activities. Fisher is currently the ASB President here at Boise high and was also president during his sophomore year. His junior year he was B in B.O.I.S.E and was also […]

Dnt Txt and Drive
Opinion

Dnt Txt and Drive

Teenagers have plenty of urges, but one of the most common (and some would say the most deadly,) is texting and driving. Every year there are 100,000+ accidents that are caused by texting and driving, and if that doesn’t frighten you enough- texting and driving makes a crash 25 times more likely. While texting and driving is incredibly dangerous, it’s […]

3 Colleges It’s Not Too Late To Apply To
Opinion

3 Colleges It’s Not Too Late To Apply To

It’s a pity that such an article as this would need to be written at all, but the sad reality is that Idaho is a sorely lacking state when it comes to education. Not only are we ranked 47th in education and 50th for per-pupil spending (roughly 30% less than the average expenditure per student for the nation) but we […]

Musical Marvel
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Musical Marvel

The musical talent at Boise High is outstanding this year and among the very skilled is Senior Jacqueline Audas. It all started when she was three, when she would watch pdf videos of orchestra concerts and solos with her parents and sister. One day she told her parents that she wanted to play the violin, they told her she was […]

PLANE CRASH
Opinion

PLANE CRASH

“I know its preposterous,” Don Lemon admits. “But is it preposterous Mary?” What question is this CNN anchor pondering? The possibility of a black hole appearing, swallowing up Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, and promptly vanishing without so much as a shift in the tides. Even Don couldn’t pass this off as a reasonable question, but that didn’t stop him from […]

Ishi Band Interview
Arts & Entertainment

Ishi Band Interview

It’s very difficult to find electronic dance pop music that feels striking, fresh, and new mostly due to the fact that this sort of genre is so over-played on the radio and yet the Dallas, Texas band Ishi creates songs that are incredibly well crafted and quite enjoyably danceable. Ishi performed at The Linen Building for this year’s Treefort Music […]

Quaking in my boots
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Quaking in my boots

When most people think about earthquakes they think of places like California or even Japan where seismic activity is common. But believe it or not Idaho or more specifically central Idaho has recently been struck by several small quakes. The largest of which Registered a 4.9 hitting just outside the small town of Challis that has a poplution of just […]