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A gathering of students holding neon-colored signs and striking on the front steps of the Idaho Capitol Building to raise awareness about climate change as a part of a larger, worldwide movement.
Fighting for the Future: Local Climate Strike in Boise Draws Students
Sydney Wold, Reporter • October 21, 2020

Whether it be in Melbourne, Montreal, London, or New York City, young activists seem to be united by one issue, and that issue is climate change. Just weeks ago on Friday, September 25th, students across the globe organized...

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Large scale photos and quotes from RBG kept up in the "Notorious RBG" exhibit, now being used to honor her memory. (Stacey Wescott / Chicago Tribune)
The Legacy and Aftermath of Ruth Bader Ginsberg
Bella Rock, Social Media Editor • October 21, 2020
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, who tragically passed September 18, will forever be remembered in both history books and our hearts.
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BHS Teachers During Online School

Ayla DeBord, Reporter | October 22, 2020

It’s been a hard start to this school year for all of us. The abundance of uncertainty doesn’t make it any easier. This is why Boise High is so lucky to have teachers and staff that are striving to make this online learning worth while.  All of our teachers at Boise High have worked extremely hard to make sure students get the best possible online experience. Many teachers give in-class work...

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The College Application Process: A Step by Step Guide

Luiza Decenzi, Editor-in-Chief | October 21, 2020

As winter approaches, seniors buckle up and prepare for their future after graduation. Whatever your plan may be, it's a stressful time of the year. If you’re planning on pursuing higher education, the application process may seem incredibly daunting, filled with essays, documents to be submitted, financial aid, and scholarships... It is not as overwhelming if you’re prepared. In case you don’t...

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The importance of Women
Women's Soccer in Iran
Ayla DeBord, Reporter • October 21, 2020

Iran is a country that has been villainized by the media. In the US, Iran is probably one of the most despised countries. Because of the constant output of negative news about...

Black Lives Matter
Drew Beckett, Reporter • September 17, 2020

Today athletes are more influential than ever. Players such as LeBron James, James Harden, Kenny Smith, and so many more have sought to lend their voices and their platforms...

WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 08: Cardale Jones #12 of the DC Defenders scrambles against the Seattle Dragons during the first half of the XFL game at Audi Field on February 8, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Scott Taetsch/Getty Images)
XFL vs. NFL
March 13, 2020

The NFL season has ended, and usually, this is the time when the boredom sets in for football fans, but this year, it’s a bit different. A new startup league, called the...

Spring Sports Preview
March 12, 2020
Mamba Mentality
February 19, 2020
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Baking is a fun way to come together during the holidays. Baking and decorating sugar cookies is just one of the many ways to do this. (Moesha Aplicano-Burnham)
Wear a Mask This Halloween
Moesha Aplicano-Burnham, Managing Editor • October 22, 2020

Our lives have all changed drastically over the last six months. The outbreak of coronavirus cases in Idaho has caused most people's lives to feel anything but normal. Celebrating...

Summit issue cover art.
Cover Artist: I am Here, I am Brave
McKenna Johnson, Editor in Chief • March 12, 2020
August Mayton, one of our newest rookie reporters, makes his debut as cover artist!
There are student support group meetings for specific situations such as a parent who has passed to help students cope with negative thoughts and feelings.
Boise High’s Resources
Callie Rice, Managing Writer • March 12, 2020
“...hopefully students feel like they are supported in nearly anything they would like to be supported in...” Looney says...
The Brick House, donated by Idaho Federation of Families, will be open after school from 3:15 to 5:30 p.m.
The Brick House
McKenna Johnson, Editor in Chief • February 19, 2020
Boise High has recently unveiled its newest hang out spot, providing a new space for students to unwind: The Brick House.
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The Danger of Dieting
Culture, Not A Costume
The Effects of Representation in Media
Not Your Mother’s Love Life

Not Your Mother’s Love Life

September 21, 2020

The Horoscope Hoax?

The Horoscope Hoax?

September 18, 2020

Toxcity in Media

Toxcity in Media

September 18, 2020

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