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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, […]

Arts & Entertainment New Orchestra Teacher is Back For More

New Orchestra Teacher is Back For More

        Boise High graduate Laurel Talley is thrilled to be back in Boise, but as the new orchestra instructor this time. Miss Talley came from North Carolina to take on the job from Wendy Hartman, who had been teaching for 32 years at Boise public schools. Miss Talley has been playing for 29 years, and is excited […]

Sports Fluke Victory or Fluke Defeat?

Fluke Victory or Fluke Defeat?

The Boise High football team destroyed the Centennial Patriots 23 to 7 at the season opener at Centennial. BHS then turned around in week two and got killed by the Timberline Wolves 44 to 17. Boise High marched down the field on their first drive for a Brave touchdown. Madigan Talulei missed the second half of the timberline game due to […]

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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New Orchestra Teacher is Back For More
Arts & Entertainment

New Orchestra Teacher is Back For More

        Boise High graduate Laurel Talley is thrilled to be back in Boise, but as the new orchestra instructor this time. Miss Talley came from North Carolina to take on the job from Wendy Hartman, who had been teaching for 32 years at Boise public schools. Miss Talley has been playing for 29 years, and is excited […]

Fluke Victory or Fluke Defeat?
Sports

Fluke Victory or Fluke Defeat?

The Boise High football team destroyed the Centennial Patriots 23 to 7 at the season opener at Centennial. BHS then turned around in week two and got killed by the Timberline Wolves 44 to 17. Boise High marched down the field on their first drive for a Brave touchdown. Madigan Talulei missed the second half of the timberline game due to […]

Last Chance for the Homecoming Dance
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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, […]

Locate Your Sweet Hunny in a Few Easy Steps: A Guys Guide
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Locate Your Sweet Hunny in a Few Easy Steps: A Guys Guide

As the students of Boise High School prepare for homecoming, the stress of finding a date can become overwhelming. It is almost universally agreed upon that girls want to be asked and guys want to ask that girl. The desire is undeniable. But finding the right date can be difficult for some bachelors. As a great friend of our youth […]

Homecoming Opinions of Girls
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Homecoming Opinions of Girls

Music pulses through the dance floor, twining around the girls’ shimmering dresses and carefully done hair; they laugh and jump in time with the other people in the gym. on the other side of Boise, another group of girls in their sweats and loose tanks curl up on the couch for a quiet evening of Netflix movie marathoning. With homecoming […]

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An Outlet to Art

Jessica Castro Reporter A Outlet To Art Freak Alley started with a single painting of an alley doorway by Colby Akers and now the marvelous artwork extends from the alley itself to the gravel parking lot, with murals from artists all over Boise. Akers was inspired by the alley and instituted this idea of “an alley filled with artwork.” Downtown […]

“It’s Just Different”
Community

“It’s Just Different”

    Leaving your family, your friends and your home. Facing fears and challenges. Getting out of your comfort zone. Jumping on a new adventure. It may sound crazy, but that’s the life of an exchange student.  I’m from Brazil, my name is Mariana Machado, I’m 18 years old and I`m a Rotary Youth exchange student at Boise High School. […]

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Weekend Events (Homecoming Edition)!

Welcome to our weekly feature, “Weekend Events!”, featuring our picks for the best things to do in the Treasure Valley on your days off. This weekend in all about Homecoming, Braves! So here is our rundown of events not to miss: Homecoming Parade  Friday, Sept. 26. 12:25 pm. Boise High School. Free. The parade route runs from 10th Street, right […]

If I Stay: Worth the Tears?
Arts & Entertainment

If I Stay: Worth the Tears?

The famous ‘If I Stay’, has left its readers and watchers with the raw truth of a sweet love story combined with the thoughts of death. The plot consists of the main character, Mia, and her family who get into a devastating car crash; the story also tells about Mia’s love between her and her boyfriend, Adam.  When she gets […]

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Dress to Oppress?

The dress code is a hot topic debated between students and faculty alike. Various opinions float around the catwalk of our BHS classrooms about what or what shouldn’t be allowed to be strut down the halls. Many different styles are seen on campus, all very fashion-forward, and most within the dress code. Here’s a glimpse into two opposing opinions about […]