Congratulations to the Knights for Life Pro-Life Club at BK! They have been named by Students for Life of America as “High School Group of the Year” for the West Coast, and have been awarded $1000 to put towards future efforts. The club was given this award at the Students for Life of America National Conference in San Francisco this ... Read More »
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Congratulations to the Knights for Life Pro-Life Club at BK! They have been named by Students for Li...
Despite the cold rainy weather the Bishop Kelly 50th Anniversary 2014 Winner’s Choice ...
Once a month the seniors of Bishop Kelly High School are privileged enough to step off campus for on...
April 10-13 the drama club will be putting on their spring play Fools, by Neil Simon. Around 200 yea...
Pura vida: The philosophy of life in Costa Rica; literally translates to “pure life”; used when gree...
Despite the cold rainy weather the Bishop Kelly 50th Anniversary 2014 Winner’s Choice Dinner and Auction held at the Boise Centre on Saturday November 1st was a huge success, breaking last years’ record for attendance and funds raised. It was a night full of fun, good food, and most importantly fundraising. Each year, the Bishop Kelly Foundation provides ... Read More »
Once a month the seniors of Bishop Kelly High School are privileged enough to step off campus for one class period and the lunch break to go out to eat with classmates. All of the students stay generally close to school with the limited time given. The options are running out fast. With the last senior out to lunch having ... Read More »
April 10-13 the drama club will be putting on their spring play Fools, by Neil Simon. Around 200 years ago, a curse was cast on the village of Kulyenchikov after the son of Vladimir Yousekevitch killed himself because the first Sophia Zubritsky was forbid to see him being that he was illiterate. This curse caused everyone in the village to ... Read More »
Pura vida: The philosophy of life in Costa Rica; literally translates to “pure life”; used when greeting, saying good bye, or when things are going well. On March 24th, 36 students and 6 teachers went on a trip of a lifetime to Costa Rica. I was lucky enough to be one of those students. For 9 days we traveled around ... Read More »
With baseball season starting I’ m sure everyone is looking for that one film to get them in the mood. Well 42 is the one to watch. 42, a film about Jackie Robinson, a black baseball player, helping with the fight against color discrimination in the 1940s. This movie shows his trials and tributes throughout his many years of rising to ... Read More »
Every skier and snowboarder sees Hawkins Pac-Out twice a day they go up to Bogus. Citizens that reside at the base of the mountain, Quail Ridge, or in the greater North End area see Hawkins every time they drive by Hill Road, Bogus Basin Road, and Harrison Boulevard. However, not many Boise residents know what Hawkins Pac-Out is. Well, have ... Read More »
“Video games are bad for you? That’s what they said about rock n’ roll! “ Shigeru Miyamoto said. Let’s talk about video games, and put your wallet away because I’m talking about free games. Now we all love games, the RPG’s, the FPS’s, and the MMO’s, but when they are free it makes it all the better. And before you leave I ... Read More »
With his velvet suit and salon-quality hair, Ron Burgundy and his loyal news team makes a come back! Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues (PG-13) lives up to the fan’s expectations, proving that waiting nearly a decade for the sequel to come out was worth it all along. If you enjoy hilarious comedies, a large amount of celebrity appearances, and surprisingly ... Read More »
“Welcome to the 75th annual Hunger Games! May the odds be ever in your favor.” Released on November 22, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire had fans pumped up for the premier of this sequel to The Hunger Games, a story of American ruins called Panem many years in the future. Twelve districts and the Capital make up Panem. Every year ... Read More »