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Jared King, A Star Wars Story

Ryan McKenzie, Staff Writer

May 23, 2018


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As he debates about “Star Wars” with junior Jace Orr, junior Jared King lets the stress of the day flow away. “Star Wars” is King’s life. It was not until eighth grade that King got heavily into “Star Wars,” despite seeing it as a little kid. “I’ve watched the movies, but it wa...

Golden Ticket to Governor’s School

Golden Ticket to Governor’s School

May 18, 2018


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Spending six weeks of the summer at Hendrix college studying subjects ranging from drama to social sciences may not sound like the ideal summer plan to some students, but junior Tyler Thompson is “counting down the days.” Arkansas Governor’s School is a residential program for “gifted and talente...

Women of Athena

Women of Athena

Monica Martinez, Columnist

April 27, 2018


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Members of the all-female Athena robotics team are participating in the VEX Robotics “#girlpower” initiative to encourage female students to participate in the engineering field by building their own robots and collaborating as a single entity. “Being on an all-girls team is a life-changing experience,” ...

Last Moments in Love

Last Moments in Love

Maxton Preuninger, Writer

March 30, 2018


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He filed into Love Auditorium for the first time with a head full of red hair and brown eyes that were not big enough to take in the size of the space. As a third grader, Michael Fuhrman thought of how big the auditorium was and how many people would be able to fill the cream-colored stadium chairs th...

Personal Experiences From Local Gaming YouTubers

Personal Experiences From Local Gaming YouTubers

Rosemary Gregg, Writer

March 7, 2018


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 Almost five billion videos are watched on YouTube each day, and approximately 300 hours of video is uploaded to YouTube every minute. YouTube’s growing  popularity has inspired several students to create their own channels and grow an interest in film production. Junior Film Production student...

Senior Starts His Own Business

Senior Starts His Own Business

Rosemary Gregg, Writer

February 17, 2018


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With a diamond for his logo to represent Arkansas, senior Trey Workman officially started No Limit Lighting, an automotive accessory business that focuses on lighting in Jan. 2017. Since then, he has worked on over a hundred trucks, and each one has brought him about $200-$300 profit. “As a kid, I was a...

Class Candidates

Class Candidates

Dahlia Bray, Online Editor

February 17, 2018


Filed under FEATURE, SHOWCASE, UNCATEGORIZED

With t-shirts flying and crowds roaring, Edward Love Auditorium mimicked Hornet Stadium as the juniors held their annual officer elections. This year’s group of 20 was the largest group of candidates Bryant has seen in the last four years. Winners were decided based on speeches given by each candi...

A Peek Behind the Curtain

A Peek Behind the Curtain

Madison Waltz, Writer

February 14, 2018


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Standing on the other side of the door, preparing to hear their peers audition, seniors Michael Fuhrman and Carlee Hutchins are fulfilling a position they’ve never had before: Director.   Stage Management teacher Jeremy Clay handed down his directing torch to an eager Fuhrman and Hutchins, givi...

Sibling Surprise

Sibling Surprise

Madison Green, Writer

February 7, 2018


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When thinking of family, it is typical to think of a family of four to five. Junior Rachel Mayes, however, thinks of her 18 siblings. Their father, Michael Rubino, was a sperm donor. Rubino and his wife tried to have children of their own, but could not, so they decided to help other couples who were ...

Thrown Out

Thrown Out

Maxton Preuninger, Writer

December 22, 2017


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It was her biggest fear, and it was coming true. Her mother picked her up from school, and senior Emily Culbreath instantly knew that something was not right. “Emily, your dad knows,” her mom said. Culbreath’s life came crashing down. Each year, LGBT youth make up around 40% of the tota...

The Blessings Box

The Blessings Box

Cole Campbell, Writer

December 13, 2017


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The Boy Scouts of America is one of the nation’s leading organizations focused on the positive development of young men across the U.S. Junior Kyler Stevens has been a Boy Scout for about six years and built a “Blessings Box” at First United Methodist Church as a part of a community service pro...

Holiday Traditions

Holiday Traditions

Rosemary Gregg, Writer

December 1, 2017


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The holiday season is more than just “Deck the Halls” and “Jingle Bells.” Whether it is cooking in the kitchen, hunting or taking family photos, every family has their own holiday traditions. Passing on these traditions binds families together. Math teacher Kathy Stevens hosts Thanksgiving dinner ...