Boise Highlights

A Culture of Myths and Stereotypes

Sydney Wold, Reporter

January 22, 2020

Every high school seems to have its tales and traditions that are passed down throughout the years. Boise High School itself is not an exception to these myths. Regardless of how true or false these stories are, the myths surrounding...

Issues Women’s March continues to shed light on include reproductive rights, immigrant rights, environmental justice, and LGBTQIA rights.

Women’s Marches in 2020

January 22, 2020

The marshlands of Tuluwat Island, set against the backdrop of the city of Eureka, where the Wiyot once thrived.

A Small Slice of History

November 19, 2019

Inside Maven Downtown Boise. (Torey Tapp)

Maven: Uniquely Boise

November 19, 2019

Boise High: Now Home of the Brave

Moesha Aplicano-Burnham, Reporter

September 24, 2019

Recently, Boise High School underwent a very significant change involving their mascot. Previously, they were known as the Boise Braves, but that has been changed to the Boise Brave. The change was made as the original name and...

The fusion of Italian and American at The Wylder. (André Souza)

A Different Brand of Pizza

September 23, 2019

Fort Boise: Community Center or Elementary School?

Torey Tapp, Social Media Editor

September 23, 2019

Fort Boise is one of Boise School District’s strongest assets. It holds so many different kinds of opportunities, such as art classes, a sports complex, and so much more. Maybe even a makeshift school for the students who att...

The Dutch Goose Review

Devon Smith, Reporter

May 20, 2019

  While driving down State Street, you may have noticed a building that looks more like a cinder block with red and blue stripes and doors that look like they're from a tavern built in the 1800’s. As you pull into the ...

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