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The Russia Investigation:  One of The Most Significant Events of Our Time
Gender Violence in Idaho: Affecting our Most Marginalized Communities
Midterm Elections: Young Voters Making a Difference
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The Loneliest Generation Yet

Quinn White, Reporter | February 11, 2019

In a time of appreciation for loved ones, the celebration of companionship can be tarnished by the deeper sting of loneliness. It isn’t a light topic or something that’s often discussed, but it is actually plaguing our nation. According to a study by health insurer Cigna, Americans are greatly impacted by the debilitating clench of loneliness. They found that among the 20,000 surveyed, almost...

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“The Positive Aspect to Thinking it Through”

Parker Winn, Reporter | February 11, 2019

To an American population that values social status more than the establishment of relationships, it’s important to know exactly why this is the case, and why the material strive to gain followers and invoke a positive emotion is more important in some cases than garnering actual tangible relationships. Along with that, it should be noted that persuasive statements that garner an emotional response...

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Brave Together: Finding Common Ground
  • Sharing our Stories With the Future February 11, 2019
  • What Love Means to Us February 11, 2019
  • Zen Den February 11, 2019
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Boise’s XC Team is Running into the National Spotlight

December 11, 2018

Our very own Boise High Girls Cross Country team has found immense success in their current season. With...

T-Braves Hockey

T-Braves Hockey

December 11, 2018

     Boise High Hockey, ever heard of it? If you answered yes, then you are one of only a handful...

New Athletic Leadership

October 24, 2018

At Boise High many things have changed this year. like our new Athletic Director. The new wise athletic...

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A Click Away From Conspiracy
Valentines Day: A Modern Love Letter
Strategic Disposition and The Characters of Tragedy

Strategic Disposition and The Characters of Tragedy

February 11, 2019

“How Do We Untangle This Mess?”

“How Do We Untangle This Mess?”

January 11, 2019

Since December 22nd, the government has entered a partial shutdown, affecting more than 800,000 federal workers who have now gone almost three weeks without pay, some of which have still been required to show up to work even without the promise of a paycheck.

The Golden What?

The Golden What?

January 11, 2019

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