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G-eazy, Boise will “Remember You” G-eazy, Boise will “Remember You”
Weekend Events! El Dia de los Muertos celebrations in Boise, 2013. Image credit: www.idahopress.com
Indepth Stephanie Reents- One of Boise’s Treasures

Stephanie Reents- One of Boise’s Treasures

Stephanie Reents is a well-rounded writer with a moving influence on readers and upcoming writers. A Boise, Idaho native, she has been recognized nationally for her book “The Kissing List.”  This book is a story collection of young women in their twenties who just graduated college and are struggling but also enjoying the freedom of fully transitioning into independent adults. […]

Arts & Entertainment G-eazy, Boise will “Remember You”

G-eazy, Boise will “Remember You”

Fistfights, blaring music, and a sweaty room filled with hundreds of people… Seems like an average Sunday night, right? Okay, maybe a crazy night for normal people, but that’s just another night for Bay Area rapper G-eazy. Gerald Gillium, better known as G-eazy, launched his tour From the Bay to the Universe, finally making a stop in Boise. Accompanied by […]

Sports Deflated Dreams

Deflated Dreams

Many have recently heard about the scandal surrounding the New England Patriots going into Super Bowl 49.  D’Qwell Jackson, Colts defensive back, intercepted a ball thrown by Patriots QB Tom Brady, and returned to the sideline saying that the ball felt flat. They are facing ridicule for it from the public and from the NFL. Many believe that they should […]

Featured Cover Artist Crazy Diamonds Max Winters Cover Artist

Crazy Diamonds Max Winters Cover Artist

Crazy Diamonds The November issue displays yet another breathtaking piece of artwork, this time by Max Winters, a talented junior here at BHS. He describes his style as being abstract, stating, “I definitely favor realism, I’ve never been much of a fan of cartoony art.” His chosen piece, which he named “Crazy Diamonds” was chosen because of the intricate detail […]

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Measles Outbreak
Open Campus

Measles Outbreak

      A family trip to California. Amazing weather, beautiful beaches, a couple of days in Disneyland, and measles. Yes, that is right, measles. According to an article by The Guardian the outbreak started in mid- to late December when an infected kid from abroad visited the park. Since the outbreak in the end of 2014, other 145 cases […]

Community

Don’t Be Irrational- Celebrate Pi Day!

This Saturday, March 14th, math lovers from around the world got together to celebrate the most important day of the year; Pi Day. Yes, every March Third is Pi Day, but this year it was extra special. The date of this years pi day was 3/14/15, which, coincidentally, displays the next two numbers of Pi, 3.1415. Another reason this years […]

Open Campus

2,000 Birds Fall from the Sky in Idaho

This week in the Idaho wilderness, 2,000 snow geese fell dead during their return migration from the U.S. and Mexico. According to U.S. health officials, the birds have all died from the same disease: avian cholera. The Idaho Fish and Game department retrieved all 2,000 carcasses of these birds that, without warning, fell from the sky. Health Officials have said […]

Spring Is Right In The Corner
Opinion

Spring Is Right In The Corner

Have you notice that the sky is brighter when you come to school, the weather is great during lunch, and the sun sets after 6pm? We are finally getting closer to the end of this miserable Winter and getting ready for that beautiful season called Spring. It is true though that Spring may bring some allergies, but I would think […]

Opinion / Uncategorized

Only Child Syndrome

On February 1st, Granville Stanley Hall had his 171st birthday. Most people went about their usual business on this date, yet it deserves to be celebrated due to the fact that Hall made many contributions directed towards child development theories. One of these theories was the only child syndrome. Many American couples today have made the choice to raise just […]

Annie Movie Review
Opinion

Annie Movie Review

In 2005, Jamie Foxx was presented with an Academy Award for best actor for his role “Ray Charles” in the movie Ray. After his most recent performance in Annie, the academy is thinking about taking it back. While amusing to a few children from the ages 5 to 10, this movie experiments the overvalue in marketing cinema works and undervaluing […]

The Prosperity and Serenity of Buddha
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The Prosperity and Serenity of Buddha

Buddhism is known to teach individuals ways of enjoying life in wisdom, compassion, and peace.  The philosophy of Buddhism was founded by Buddha; Buddha literally meaning “The Awakened One”.  Buddhists believe that everyone has an opportunity at becoming Buddha, in realizing your journey to becoming enlightened.  Becoming Buddha means freeing yourself from all delusions and suffering and reaching complete balance […]

Stephanie Reents- One of Boise’s Treasures
Indepth

Stephanie Reents- One of Boise’s Treasures

Stephanie Reents is a well-rounded writer with a moving influence on readers and upcoming writers. A Boise, Idaho native, she has been recognized nationally for her book “The Kissing List.”  This book is a story collection of young women in their twenties who just graduated college and are struggling but also enjoying the freedom of fully transitioning into independent adults. […]

A United Community, Ready for the Final Push
Open Campus

A United Community, Ready for the Final Push

Motivated crowds, a united community come together to finally push the ‘Add the Words’ campaign through to success with a hearing at the state’s legislature. Thousands, from all over our state of Idaho, have come to Boise to gather for the first hearing of Idaho’s legislature to whether they will ‘Add the Words,’ ‘sexual orientation’ and ‘gender identity’ to Idaho’s […]

Knowing When to Say No
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Knowing When to Say No

Domestic violence lurks through the crevices and cracks of every community.  Most of the time it is invisible, which is when it tends to become deathly. Domestic abuse, also known as spousal abuse, happens when one partner tries to dominate and control the other person.  Abusers in the relationship use intimidation, fear, shame, and guilt to break the other’s confidence […]