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Tim’s Times

At this very moment Standing Rock Sioux Indian tribe is fighting the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline. This pipeline, running 1,100 miles, comes uncomfortably close to the tribe’s ancestral land and has already bulldozed through ancestral burial grounds spanning... Continue Reading →

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Let’s Go Pink!!

Breast Cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancer in women all around the world, with around 246,660 new cases of invasive breast cancer diagnosed each year. One in every eight women in the US is diagnosed with breast... Continue Reading →

The new app taking over the phones of high schoolers across the nation is conventionally called “after school.” This app is described as an “anonymous and private message board for your school” according to the app store. When the app... Continue Reading →

Monsters In Your Closet

Everyone has those little monsters in the back of their minds, holding them back, those deepest, darkest fears. And all can relate to the feeling of dread when they have to do something they’re afraid of, but those fears can... Continue Reading →

Brighton’s New Bennit

Bennit Sieg, out foreign exchange student from Germany, chose to complete his senior year at Brighton High School to continue playign American Football. Bennit has been an exchange student since July so he’s only been here for about 3 months. Some... Continue Reading →

It’s Kind of a Funny Story…

An emotional story straight from Craig Gilner’s very emotional brain. Overall it was a well written book and many people were delighted to read it. According to, many rate it a 4.14/5. It's Kind of a Funny Story is... Continue Reading →

Not a Normal Noggin

  Imagine being brand new to Brighton High School and feeling invisible. That’s how many, incoming students feel when starting high school. That’s a time when people start changing their appearance; for instance dyeing their hair.  People change their hair... Continue Reading →

Struggles of Freshmen Athletes

Freshman athletes at Brighton High School have been struggling with juggling their grades and the time commitment that comes with being in a fall sport. “I usually don’t get home until 8:30 but it changes depending on how long coach... Continue Reading →

Synagogue Field Trip!!

The sophomore Honors World Literature classes took advantage of their field trip to the Har Hasham Synagogue in Boulder, CO to learn more about Judaism. The summer homework was over the book The Chosen by Chaim Potok, which features two... Continue Reading →

Sports Recap

September 5th-9th: Monday: N/A   Tuesday: Softball win 15-0 Tennis lose 3-4   Wednesday: N/A Thursday: Volleyball lose 0-3   Friday: Softball win 12-4 Softball win 5-3 Softball win 10-6 Soccer lose 0-1 Football lose 42-14   Saturday: Softball win... Continue Reading →

Stranded in a Snow Globe

For weeks, people have been warned about the record breaking snowstorm aimed at the East Coast. My great-grandmother, who lived in Reading, Pennsylvania, recently passed away and her funeral was scheduled for the weekend of that blizzard. Now, for weddings,... Continue Reading →

Screenwriter Setbacks

Every fandom knows the struggle when some hotshot screenwriter decides to change a perfectly good plot from a book when making a movie. Examples are The Lightning Thief and The Sea of Monsters by Rick Riordan, The Scorch Trials (2nd... Continue Reading →

BHS Girls Swim

  The girls swim team at BHS took first last weekend at the EMAC League Championships. With an 8 point lead over Northglenn High School, it was a close call that all depended on the last race. With multiple girls going... Continue Reading →

Hot or Not: Bucket Hats

HOT or NOT? Many trends are going on around school but the real question is, are they truly fashionable? For awhile, bucket hats were the ugly hat that your old grandpa wore fishing, but lately, this new trend has been... Continue Reading →

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