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Indepth Keynote Speakers Unlock New Ways to Save the Earth

Keynote Speakers Unlock New Ways to Save the Earth

During the Keynote Session, many people either didn’t catch all the information shared in the Conference, or just didn’t bother going. For these reasons, here are the recaps to explain the significance of this event, and why it wasn’t ‘just another assembly.’ According to Christy Smith, who is in charge of Boise School District’s Lunch program and is a registered […]

Arts & Entertainment El Dia de los Muertos celebrations in Boise, 2013. Image credit: www.idahopress.com

Weekend Events!

It’s Thursday, and thanks to Parent/Teacher Conferences we get an extra day added to our weekend. Couple that with the fact that our extra day is Halloween and you can see why we are extra excited for the end of this week so we can get out and do stuff. Here are our picks for the what you should be […]

Sports

Every Other Year?

The Giants have a strange pattern going for them. They one the World Series in 2010, again in 2012, and now they are the World Series 2014 champions. After entering the playoffs as the wild card for the National League they defeated the Washington Nationals in the National League Division Series and the proceeded to beat the St. Louis Cardinals […]

Featured Cover Artist Lee is Back!

Lee is Back!

    Lee Sullivan, a well-rounded and inspired Senior, is once again the Artist of the Month here at BHS. Talented and hardworking, he has been producing pieces since middle school, discovering a passion for art at an early age. Many of his pieces display deep emotion, and some even focus on political issues. One would expect that such eye-catching […]

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Sports

Every Other Year?

The Giants have a strange pattern going for them. They one the World Series in 2010, again in 2012, and now they are the World Series 2014 champions. After entering the playoffs as the wild card for the National League they defeated the Washington Nationals in the National League Division Series and the proceeded to beat the St. Louis Cardinals […]

Toga off cycle emily olson
Opinion

Toga off cycle emily olson

Emily Olson Off-Cycle Toga: Worth the Broken Toes?   Boise High hosted it’s annual toga dance on October 17th. Toga is often considered one of the most fun dances Boise High has to offer and students of every grade look forward to having an awesome time and donning their most prized bedsheets as their attire. Toga is hosted outside in […]

Some-bunny to Love
Open Campus

Some-bunny to Love

Okunoshima Island in Japan has become a popular tourist attraction from its abundance of adorable bunnies. Being only 2.5 kilometers in circumference, it’s easy to spot a bunny when out and about. Thousands of tourists come here to feed the bunnies that can be found on every street. The island was once used for secret gas factories in World War […]

The Food Summit Adventure
Opinion

The Food Summit Adventure

This years annual Food Summit, hosted by Mrs. Daley’s AVID class, was a success. After the long PSAT, students needed a fun and interesting afternoon to end the day right. The food trucks in the garden attracted many students with the fresh produce from the garden incorporated in all of the many different kinds of food available. There was pizza, […]

Keynote Speakers Unlock New Ways to Save the Earth
Indepth

Keynote Speakers Unlock New Ways to Save the Earth

During the Keynote Session, many people either didn’t catch all the information shared in the Conference, or just didn’t bother going. For these reasons, here are the recaps to explain the significance of this event, and why it wasn’t ‘just another assembly.’ According to Christy Smith, who is in charge of Boise School District’s Lunch program and is a registered […]

What’s in a Name? A Lot, Honey Buns
Humor

What’s in a Name? A Lot, Honey Buns

There’s a famous quote from Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet: “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would be as sweet.” Here, Shakespeare claims that there is little meaning or importance behind the names with which we address each other. However, I beg to differ. Name-giving is a way of creating symbolism and […]

Lee is Back!
Featured Cover Artist

Lee is Back!

    Lee Sullivan, a well-rounded and inspired Senior, is once again the Artist of the Month here at BHS. Talented and hardworking, he has been producing pieces since middle school, discovering a passion for art at an early age. Many of his pieces display deep emotion, and some even focus on political issues. One would expect that such eye-catching […]

A Luau Brought to you Directly from Boise High
Arts & Entertainment

A Luau Brought to you Directly from Boise High

Boise High’s theatre presents to you Midsummer Aloha: the Shakespearean Midsummer Night’s Dream with a Hawaiian twist to it. Mr. Eshelman and his theatre crew have been rehearsing nonstop on this production as a fundraiser for students traveling to London and Paris. The first night of the production will be on November 13th at 7:00pm. The opening night has been […]

Powerade vs. Gatorade
Sports

Powerade vs. Gatorade

Powerade vs. Gatorade Many athletes need to keep hydrated during their daily routine. Some choose Powerade, some Gatorade, and some like to just drink water. When student athlete Shane Rene was asked which one he prefers he replied with “I prefer Gatorade, it settles in the stomach better.” However there is a confusing question that is overwhelming the athletic community; […]

Push for Protein
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Push for Protein

This last Wednesday the 15th’s food summit was definitely one for the books. All thanks goes to Mrs. Ward and the other teachers who put this on. A key component of the food summit however, the student presenters, also played a vital role and also deserve our thanks for educating us about controversial topics relating to food. Some of the […]