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Indepth Last Chance for the Homecoming Dance

Last Chance for the Homecoming Dance

As boys suit up and girls don their gowns; only one thought is in the mind of a Boise High School senior: homecoming.  For many seniors, Saturday the 27th will be their third and final homecoming at Boise High. Whether they attend with a date or in a group is entirely up to them. But one thing is for sure, […]

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Weekend Events!

It’s Friday again, Braves. That means it’s time to get out and do things. Here are our picks for things to do for the weekend.   Get your dance on at Toga Friday, Oct. 17. 6:30 – 9:30. Boise High Quad. Tickets $7 without an ASB card and $5 with and ASB card. It’s finally here – Boise High’s favorite […]

Sports Wonder Women

Wonder Women

For this girls, volleyball is more than a sport, it’s their passion. Everyday they come to school, have between 7 and 8 periods of class and, even after such a busy day, they still have energy for a three hour practice.  Junior Karissa Lindholm says “It’s just a lot of time management, doing homework at lunch and staying up pretty […]

Featured Cover Artist Color Me Brave: Feature Cover Artist – September

Color Me Brave: Feature Cover Artist – September

Seren Touchette, a Junior at Boise High, created the outstanding cover art for the newspaper. Just a few minutes with her, made it obvious she is very optimistic and has a bright future ahead of her. Touchette would like to pursue her artistic talents by aiming to become an artist or musician. “I like singing and playing guitar, but I […]

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You Get a Marriage, You Get a Marriage, Everyone Gets a Marriage!
Community / Open Campus / Opinion

You Get a Marriage, You Get a Marriage, Everyone Gets a Marriage!

October 15 2014 was the day that all gay couples in Idaho could officially marry. The tyrannical reign of Otter was defeated by the supreme court once and for all, even through the small attempt to fight it. With Idaho being a noticeably conservative state, this is a breakthrough in the struggle for equality. The courthouse has been busy with […]

Wonder Women
Sports

Wonder Women

For this girls, volleyball is more than a sport, it’s their passion. Everyday they come to school, have between 7 and 8 periods of class and, even after such a busy day, they still have energy for a three hour practice.  Junior Karissa Lindholm says “It’s just a lot of time management, doing homework at lunch and staying up pretty […]

Brave’s Soccer Wins Districts.. Again
Sports

Brave’s Soccer Wins Districts.. Again

When someone thinks of Boise High athletics, they immediately think of the always dominant soccer programs. Both the boys and girls teams have always shown the rest of the league how it’s done, and they were right back at it this season. Let’s start with the boy’s team. Last season, a team of 14 seniors came together and destroyed their […]

Hyde Park Hype by Lin Haley
Community / Open Campus

Hyde Park Hype by Lin Haley

3 Days, 2 Eyes and 1 Marvelous Experience   Thousands of people came to enjoy the beauty of nature, scope out some new things to buy and meet friendly people who welcomed old comers and newcomers as everyone listened to the delighted live music of the 35th annual Hyde Park Street Fair (HPSF) on the weekend of September 12-14. If […]

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Teenage Die-ting Emily Olson Off Cycle

Teenage Die-ting By Emily Olson Turn on the TV, open your favorite social media app, pick up the latest trending magazine. Without even realizing it, major companies are spoon feeding you unrealistic expectations of how the human body should look.The coveted ideal body is portrayed through media everywhere we look, and yet, is nowhere to be found on the streets […]

Old Fashion Trends That Are Back Again
Community / Open Campus

Old Fashion Trends That Are Back Again

It’s surprising how many of the trends that were popular a decade or so ago have come back in these recent years. Many of the trends that appear each year were similar to trends around the 80’s and 90’s. High-waisted jeans, shorts and skirts were very common in the 90’s and were seen on shows like Full House and Friends. […]

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Weekend Events!

Is it just me, or did this week seem to go on forever? Thankfully, however, the weekend if finally here. Here are our picks for weekend adventures: Get Spooky at Spooktacular Friday – Sunday, Oct. 10 – 12. Spook O’clock (Oops, we mean 6. Six O’clock). Zoo Boise. Tickets Spook-dollars (Darn sarcastic puns that won’t stop. We mean Tickets $7). […]

Spirit Week
Community

Spirit Week

Spirit Week     Are you wearing 60’s clothes on Monday? 70’s on Tuesday? 80’s on Wednesday? Or maybe even some 90’s clothes on Thursday? And be ready to wear red white and black shirts and other clothing on Friday to the parade, because guess what braves? IT’S SPIRIT WEEK! Get ready for one of the most celebrated events in […]

Fantasy Football
Sports

Fantasy Football

It’s not considered a friendly game anymore, but more of a time consuming hobby that you compete against people from all over the world now. It has completely changed the world of football. Yes. I am talking about fantasy football. It all started in 1962 when a man by the name of Wilfred “Bill the Grill” Winkenbach created a system […]

Weekend Events!
Arts & Entertainment

Weekend Events!

We are five weeks through the school year already, Braves! The first long weekend of the year is here. To celebrate, we are getting you this week’s edition of Weekend Events early so you can plan to get out and do stuff!   First Thursday – Idaho Horror Film Festival Pre-Event Thursday, Oct. 2. 6:30 – 8:00pm. Boise Public Library. […]