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Varying backgrounds, reasons draw women to 2020 Presidential race

Marissa Green

May 16, 2019

Six reasons make this election unlike any other: Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, Amy Klobuchar, Tulsi Gabbard, Marianne Williamson, and Kirsten Gillibrand.

Injury comebacks common across activities, athletics

Rese Collins

April 11, 2019

We see them perform. We see them make goals, score runs, earn points...but do we see what these athletes go through before every game or performance? What about the injuries they fight through? Many times, spectators can't te...

Nurses prioritize student interactions

Marissa Green

January 24, 2019

Patience, kindness, bravery, and optimism are some key traits required to work in Health Services, especially to be a nurse at a high school with an estimated population of 2,548 students. Mindy Marra and Heather Sharp are two of BSH...

St. Vincent de Paul holds free clothing drive

Marissa Green

November 15, 2018

“The clothing drive helps a lot of people in our area who are in need of clothes in the cold weather.”

Williams takes on new media center design

October 4, 2018

By Samantha Johnson Student engineers at BSHS have started to lay out the blueprints for their upcoming  projects. With the start of soldering, senior projects and internships, these students have more than enough on thei...

Summing it up with FACS

September 28, 2018

By Rese Collins Two new faces, those of Brooke Kendall and Lisa Talken,  have graced the 300 hallway. FACS teachers Kendall and Talken started working at BSHS this year with classrooms right next to each other. Before the...

Twice in a life time experience

September 20, 2018

By Rese Collins While most people have traveled a few miles or maybe even a few states away from home,  Anker Rhyl has traveled 4,616 miles from his home in Copenhagen, Denmark to be a foreign exchange student at BSHS. This is ...

Going for Experience

September 20, 2018

By Justin Baer The country of Lebanon, is place of beauty and mystery. Junior Dany Abi Hadir, a Lebanaon native, left its beautiful skyline with mountains on all sides, embarked on a tiring 28 hour flight , and is attending BSHS fo...

Harker trades journalism for history

September 20, 2018

By Savannah Alvis “I absolutely love history, and I knew I wanted to teach.  I didn’t have the best experiences in my history classes as a high school student, and I was hoping I could make history engaging and relev...

Swim team participation large part of Zupo’s day to day activities

September 14, 2018

By Alexandria Arndt “If I had to study abroad I would be in a lot of trouble unless I was in an English speaking country. I’m not the most bilingual person. So the fact that Giuseppe can just come in, do what he is able...

Culiat focuses on true American living experience

September 14, 2018

By Marissa Green “I want to try new things, (to) try to live a real American life.” -Zelia Culiat, AFS Student Throughout time, immigrants have come to America in search of the highly romanticized idea of the “American Dream.” O...

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