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President Joe Biden takes the presidential oath beside his wife, Fist Lady Dr. Jill Biden.
“Democracy Has Prevailed”- The 46th National Inauguration, Summarized
Sydney Wold, Reporter • February 3, 2021

January 20th, 2021 marked a new beginning for the United States of America as the 46th President of the United States, Joseph R. Biden was sworn into office. The inauguration was met with little unrest, despite the heated...

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The Caribbean Community headquarters, where the CRC constructed its 10-point plan for reparations. (VTV)
Why Reparations Are Going to the Wrong People
André Souza, Managing Editor • December 21, 2020

The story of this country, and of many others, has been largely dictated by white people. For centuries, only white people were allowed to read, to write, to own businesses and land, and be educated. For decades thereafter,...

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The Boom in Teen Business

Bella Rock, Social Media Editor | February 3, 2021

The deeply inspiring fact of this rise in teenage owned businesses is that they’ve followed their passion and used it to their full potential.

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The Aftermath of the US Capitol Insurrection

Sydney Wold, Reporter | February 3, 2021

Some may call it an attempted coupe, many a riot, and others an act of domestic terrorism. Whatever one decides to call the recent insurrection at the US Capitol, the impact it has had on society is undeniable. In less than a month, political tensions have increased, ties have been cut, and life has been affected for almost every American. One major impact of the riot was the second impeachment...

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Kobe Bryant was one of the most beloved and hard working basketball players, nigh, athletes ever passed away leaving a gaping hole not only in the sports community but in all our hearts.  (Discover Los Angeles)
Top 10 American 2020 Sports Moments
Isaac Fishman, Reporter • February 3, 2021

2020 has been the most turbulent year in sports since the 1940’s when young men from sports teams were drafted by the military and teams were forced to scramble and make...

A picture of Fuller’s “Play Like a Girl” helmet that she wears to empower other female athletes. (Vanderbilt University)
Kicking Through Gender Norms
Bella Rock, Social Media Editor • December 21, 2020

For the longest time, high school football was as far as a girl could expect to go for a football career. Even then, a female football player has been far from the norm. However,...

The Nike Japan YouTube video description reads: “The power of sports is not just on the pitch. If we all work together, the future will be more open to us. Stories based on the real-life experience of athletes. Three soccer girls overcome their daily struggles and conflicts to move their future through sports.”
Anti-Bullying Advertisement Sparks Heated Controversy and Calls for Boycott
Luiza Decenzi, Editor-in-Chief • December 21, 2020

At 8pm on November 27th, the Nike Japan Twitter account released a new video advertisement featuring the hashtag #YouCantStopUs. The two minute video, also released on Nike...

2020 Boys Varsity Soccer
November 20, 2020
Women's Soccer in Iran
October 21, 2020
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Remedy Skoro Booth is a junior at Boise High. Here she is in history while learning from home.
Learning, Growing, and Changing: What Last Semester Taught Boise High
Kaiya Kearns, Reporter • February 3, 2021

We can all agree last semester was a rollercoaster. Dealing with school opening, then closing again, online classes proved painful for students as their motivation and drive...

Make sure to get your loved ones a gift they won
Holiday Gift Ideas
Isaac Fishman, Reporter • December 21, 2020

Most of the people I know would agree that one of their favorite parts about the holidays is opening gifts. Now, there is lots of talk about how joy of giving is greater than...

Attention Deficit Disorders and Online Learning: The Perfect Storm
Havana Garrett, Editor in Chief • November 20, 2020

Online Learning and Attention Deficit Disorders   This year with online school and virtual learning it’s become more apparent than ever that everyone learns differently...

The rise in popularity of biased and quickly written horoscopes led to inexperienced writers who know nothing about astrology to ravage any meaning behind the work done by astrologers, Boise Highlights reporter Havana Garrett is no different.
Havana’s Horoscopes: Haunting Humanity
Luiza Decenzi, Editor-in-Chief • November 20, 2020
Definitely should not pay too much attention to someone who very clearly shows bias towards certain zodiac signs or would write “no, just no.” for virgo’s horoscope simply because I asked them to. There does come a point where these types of articles can't even be classified as pseudoscience, but merely random thoughts a highschooler had. When looking for astrological predictions, the Boise Highlights is truly not the place to do so. I would not even dare call it astrology, as that would be an insult to every astrologer out there. 
The stars will spread your fate.
November Horoscopes
November 20, 2020
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Land Of The White
“This is Not America.” Yes, It is.
A New Wave of Console Wars Has Just Begun.
The Impacts Of The Sanctions On Iran

The Impacts Of The Sanctions On Iran

December 21, 2020

Instagram Communities: A culture of misogyny

November 20, 2020

The Unspoken Presidential Attributes

The Unspoken Presidential Attributes

November 20, 2020

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