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Activities and Clubs

Drama classes attend BSU for two day seminar

Ariel Cordova, Staff Writer

Theatre students attended a two-day Boise State University workshop designed for lighting and stage combat the first day and watching the play, “Urinetown,” the next day. ...

March 17No Comments

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News

The Lion Share food locker

Mosha Issamar Lopez Covarrubias, Staff Writer

Some students have noticed a big, green locker in the main entrance and asked themselves what’s in it? It happens to be a food locker for any attending student. The L...

March 17No Comments

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Featured

Sophomore expresses her love of art through many mediums

Sophomore expresses her love of art through many mediums

Phoenix Dunn, staff writer

Sophomore Lauryn Patton claims to be entirely dedicated to art. Last semester, Patton took a ceramic class and now she’s in both painting and drawing.Her love of art is ...

March 22No Comments

  • The Lion Share food locker March 17
  • The life of a theater student March 2
  • Timberline cheerleader takes academic classes at Borah February 17

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Opinion

Peer mentoring a better option than teacher’s aide

Peer mentoring a better option than teacher’s aide

Skye Vialpando, Staff Writer

More students should consider peer mentoring over open periods and teacher aide positions. Peer mentoring has been an ongoing project for more than five years, as of now orches...

March 17No Comments

  • Barron Trump tormented by media February 24
  • Misrepresentation in movies angers teen February 1
  • Album review: psychedelic music recommended December 23

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Sports

Wrestlers focus on weight, team bond to win

Wrestlers focus on weight, team bond to win

Baylee London, Staff Writer

Between practices, tournaments, and even nap sessions the wrestling team vows to never let each other down. At least two hours each day is spent warming up, practicing d...

February 20No Comments

  • Female sophomore joins wrestling lineup February 15
  • Senior basketball player back from broken foot Jan. 8 December 28
  • How clean is Borah’s weight room? December 2

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Reviews

Author Estelle Maskame leaves readers wanting more in first of trilogy

Author Estelle Maskame leaves readers wanting more in first of trilogy

Elaina Swanson, Staff Writer

All 393 pages of Estelle Maskames book, “Did I mention I Love You,”  grips the reader from beginning to end. Though the end doesn’t let you go either. As it is only the first ...

March 15No Comments

  • Annual variety show emcees use humor to start the program February 26
  • First of three in science fiction trilogy a success January 20
  • Rapper brings his new album to life with an R&B twist January 18

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