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Luiza Decenzi, Managing Editor | February 19, 2020

The afternoon of January 22nd, Twitter experienced a sudden influx of Bigfoot posts stemming from a trending tweet by the Washington State Department of Education. The announcement featured three photos from a traffic camera directed at State Route 20 on Sherman Path, a mountain path which crosses the Colville National Forest in Ferris County. The first picture featured a snowy trail with an indiscernible...

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Boots on the Ground No More, the Newest Threat is Cyber War

Lauren Lafrades, Editor-In-Chief | January 22, 2020

The assassination of Qassem Soleimani on January 3rd led to a quick response by the Iranian government. The threat of retaliatory acts in the physical realm was met by threats of cyberwar attacks. The bombing of U.S. military bases in Iraq on January 8th added weight to these materializing threats. Threats that are predicted to intensify as the issue persists. An attack on The Federal Depository Library...

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The Brick House
  • Sunshine Over Hilltops: Nature in Color February 19, 2020
  • Battling Climate Change with Brushstrokes January 22, 2020
  • A Culture of Myths and Stereotypes January 22, 2020
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The Fall of The Patriots Dynasty

SEC Bias

November 19, 2019

Anyone who watches College football knows that the SEC (South Eastern Conference) is generally considered...

NFL Shockers

NFL Shockers

October 22, 2019

Often, the media will look over some of the stories of players and teams that play in a smaller market, and I’m here to bring light to these amazing stories

The State of Hockey at BHS

The State of Hockey at BHS

October 22, 2019

For years, school hockey has slipped under the radar of the regular Boise High student. The games had little attendance, the tryouts got few prospectives, and the team got little attention. Boise even had to combine with Timberline to find enough players to put a team on the ice. But this year, the schools have split, and Boise finally has a hockey team to call our own. Or club rather, because while Boise has enough players, hockey is still not a sanctioned sport at our school.

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Redefining Feminism
Mental Breakdown Check
Kanye Loves Kayne

Kanye Loves Kayne

January 22, 2020

January 22, 2020

When you let go of something that has been an integral part of who you were, you lose a sense of identity. However, this process of reevaluating why you do what you do can very well set you on a new path in life. 

As Society Shapes Us

As Society Shapes Us

December 16, 2019

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