The Hi-Times

The Hi-Times

CAPS Spirit Week

CAPS Spirit Week

October 26, 2016

  Broughton CAPS show off their school spirit for Homecoming week! The homecoming assembly included crowning this year's King, Michael Evers-Daley, and skits from each grade: Finding Nemo...

The Impact of Video Games

The Impact of Video Games

September 20, 2016

 Five out of 10 boys at Broughton play some form of video games for over one hour each night.    When female students were asked the same question, three out of 10 said they played some form of...

Farewell, Treibs

Farewell, Treibs

Shayna Davis, Reporter

April 19, 2016

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For the past three years, many AFM and Math I students have had the pleasure of being taught by Mr. Chris Triebel, known to his students as “Triebs”.  On April 8, Broughton had to say goodbye to Mr. Trieb...

Magazine contributor, artist, student

Magazine contributor, artist, student

April 15, 2016

While sitting at a table inside Raleigh coffee spot the Third Place, junior Ellie Bonifant can be found working hard at a new art piece, finding some new obscure indie band, or furiously editing phot...

Talent show time

Binita Thapa and Regan Curtis

April 15, 2016

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  The annual fashion show, which has been a part of Broughton’s many traditions since English teacher Ava Closs introduced it in 1995, is modernizing.    Along with the usual stunning display of clothes from all different styles, this year’s show will include a talent show as well.   “Students should come because there will be plenty of beautiful, wonderful talent,” Closs said.    The show w...

Mystery revealed

Mystery revealed

March 15, 2016

The Kip-Dell parking lot used to be the pinnacle of coolness for Broughton drivers. This year, a high fence enclosed the 60-plus spaces, ending the parking option.   Kip-Dell parkers were proud of the lot;...

Language department says “Hola” to new Spanish teacher

Binita Thapa, Reporter

February 22, 2016

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After students said “Adios” to teacher Stephanie Gavilan-O’Neal, the Spanish department welcomed her replacement: Nelva Fuentes De Vecchis. Fuentes, who is originally from Veracruz, Mexico, began in December.   “I really like it here. My coworkers are so helpful, especially the head of the department, Robert Andrews. I don’t feel like a stranger anymore,” Fuentes said.   Fuentes previously taught a...

Third quarter slump

Keegan Quirk, Business Manager

February 22, 2016

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The peak of the school year has come and passed but the downhill isn’t always easier. The third quarter of the school year always appears to be the toughest on students. Students can see the light at the end of the tunnel and are looking forward to spring break.   “How am I supposed to focus on school when I am looking forward to the beaches in the Bahamas at the end of this quarter,” sophomore Lillie Moore said. ...

Legendary Ledger

Tara Murray

February 22, 2016

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On February 15th, Broughton will be losing yet another awesome teacher. Kevin Ledger will be moving on from Broughton to another job. While many students will be sad for the loss of this iconic math mogul, he leaves with great memories.   Many know him as the Honors Math 3 and Calculus teacher, but he has brought so much to the Broughton community.   On top of his many achievements, he also is known for being t...

Travel fellowship

Travel fellowship

February 9, 2016

“The Broughton Travel Fellowship is about taking students to new places. It is a multi-week, fully-funded summer travel experience. Anywhere in the world.”   Established in 2013 by Will Clayton, a Broughton...

QOH assembly- out of this world

QOH assembly- out of this world

February 5, 2016

  From the search for the Queen of Hearts and her Maid of Honor to the defeat of Darth Vader, the annual QOH assembly proved once more that BHS has got talent.  This year’s theme of Star Wars was inte...

Stirring up trouble

Reagan Curtis, Reporter

December 15, 2015

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  As temperatures drop, many Broughton students can be found at or around the Starbucks at Cameron Village sipping hot drinks. But this holiday season there’s a new twist: the special seasonal cups are plain without any pattern.   In the past, the holiday edition Starbucks cups have been decorated in symbols of Christmas, but this year they are a plain ombre red. While I think this is an unimportant change tha...

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