The title may seem strong, and it is. But for all of its exaggeration, it is, in essence, true. Concussions are surely no laughing matter – depending on their severity and what you do to heal, they can temporarily ruin your life. How, you ask? Well, as you may have read from my previous article, [Read More…]
In the era of the Internet, charity has started to take on many different forms. Over the Summer, the ALS ice bucket challenge swept the nation, getting everyone from the average joe to celebrities like Jimmy Fallon in on the effort to raise awareness for the disorder. Though the ice bucket challenge quickly faded away, [Read More…]
I want to start off this story by saying, this is a story coming personally from my heart. I am a young activist women, in high school, who wants to see change happen in the world. A way to initiate change for me is writing about problems and injustices in the world. There is [Read More…]
The first issue of the school year comes out today. Didn’t get a copy? Check out the digital edition.
Every student at BHS is familiar with the idea of a teacher telling them to share a completed assignment with them on Google Drive. While it’s usually an efficient system, Google Drive malfunctioned over the summer, causing some students to lose all of the data that they had saved to it. One of these students [Read More…]
The ACT. The test we will probably all end up taking at some point in time. The ACT is a test that is five hours with hundreds of questions, and it probably will affect your further education quite a bit. Now with this test you will have your test evaluated and scored and so on, [Read More…]
The 2013-2014 school year is done. Today is the last day! Many seniors have been waiting for this day to just be done. “Personally, I’m ready for summer. I’m ready to relax and get away from all the drama,” says sophomore, Delany Nord. ” I hate the end of the school year because I have [Read More…]
Here is a slideshow of the crazy things people drove to school on the last day in case you missed it. Have a great summer BHS!
Friday June 6th, all seniors are required to go to a graduation rehearsal at 8:45 a.m. Principal Mark Mischke says that it should last until 10:00 a.m. Later that night is the official Graduation ceremony. Students should arrive at 6:00 p.m. and are asked to not wear informal clothing. Parents will have time to find [Read More…]