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The student news publication of Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas

Prospective Online

Cam Apel, 18, travels among trails and is a former boy-scout. Apel runs an extra fashion account on Instagram and a YouTube channel where he illustrates his hiking experience.

Thru The Colorado Trail

Gabi Dawson, Staff Writer | June 7, 2022

On July 19th, Bryant senior Cam Apel left for a 30 day thru-hike on the Colorado Trail with his friend, Chris Herrera. The Colorado trail runs 468 miles, its highest point being 13,271 feet above sea level....

Heatherly receives award from BHS Club, Teachers of Tomorrow.

The Man, The Myth, The Legend

May 12, 2022
Heatherly teaches AP World History, AP US Government and Politics and AP European History. However, this was not always his original plan.
See Through Our Eyes

See Through Our Eyes

Matthew Jones, Staff Writer | May 12, 2022

When thinking of queer or LGBTQ+ individuals on campus, most people get a certain image in their minds: A drama or theater kid or a masculine woman basketball player. These stereotypes or images combined...

Local marajuana dispensary Custom Cannabis, near Alexander

Weeds in the Grass

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | May 4, 2022

    Arrests for marijuana possession have increased in Arkansas almost 50% since 2010, even with the introduction of the medical card. With the high rates comes the introduction of the bill to make...

Student Tattoos

Sam Forst, Videographer | April 19, 2022 I was given the opportunity to observe and record senior, Nick Skiavo, get a tattoo on his leg. While observing the tattoo, I was able to really appreciate the artistry...

Callie Maurer prepares to play piano for the wind symphony band assessment.

FEATURE: Musical Prodigy Callie Maurer

Shelby Douthit, Staff Writer | March 16, 2022

   Tiny fingers run across the piano keys as 6-year-old Callie Maurer learns what will be her future passion.    “I was first introduced to piano lessons in Kindergarten when my sister broke her...

It Started With A Dream

It Started With A Dream

Julia Trantham, Editor | March 3, 2022

Located at 210 N Reynolds, Strange Magic Gems has become a hot spot for many interested in the various items known for their metaphysical store. 83-year-old Rose Spell and her daughter Jackie Metz opened...

Senior Isaiah Kearney helps his former church members for a special event.

God’s Will

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | March 2, 2022

From working at Boys and Girls Club to being a Senior in Highschool, Isaiah Kearney has a lot of time taken out of his day, but he finds the time to worship and celebrate God. Growing up with Christian...

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Hamilton Coming to Arkansas

Shelby Douthit, Staff Writer | March 2, 2022

The Broadway musical, Hamilton, is coming to Little Rock, Arkansas.                                                                              Hamilton...

Junior Sage Williams meditates outside on the Bryant High School Campus.

More Than a Trend

Gabi Dawson, Staff Writer | February 15, 2022

Spirituality and religion have become a dominant part in how high school students are learning to operate and express themselves. For Generation Z, it is more than bible quotes in bios, or buying pretty...

Stephanie Anderson - Class of 2022

Cold Hands, Warm Heart

Lydia Payne, Editor | February 15, 2022

Autumn. Leaves begin their descent from their high perches. Winds pick up, fluttering the fallen around the ground. Days begin to shorten as stars dawn the sky for longer. The beautiful, unique colors...

Jasmin Garcia, freshmen at Pulaski Tech, greets students coming into Boys and Girls Club. School had just ended and these kids were planning on staying until someone was available to come get them.

I to We

Jasper Robertson, Writer | January 27, 2022

A place where kids grow up and meet new people, Boys and Girls Club offers job opportunities to students at Bryant High School.  Boys and Girls Club is a place for K-5th grade to go to after school....

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