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  • December 5The Bryant Jazz Band is preforming a concert on Tuesday, December 5 at 6pm in the Love Auditorium
  • December 5Ballet Arkansas is performing the nutcracker, featuring select choir students at the Robinson Center Music Hall on Saturday, December 9 at 2:30pm and 7:30pm
  • December 5Bryant art classes are collaborating to put on an art showcase in the MPR during the school days Wednesday through Friday.
The student news publication of Bryant High School in Bryant, Arkansas

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

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Legacy Sousaphones practice for the Legacy marching show entitled “Wild” in the parking lot behind Building 3, informally known by band students as the skillet.

Marching Through the Season: How Bandtober Brings Students Together

Kris Reese, Reporter | December 6, 2023

     The brass glows under the stadium lights. Flags twirl and fly in the air as the woodwinds dance around, kicking up turf and fake grass. The drum line sets down a deep, steady beat as the crowd...

BHS’s Food Service helps serve and support students that go beyond offering meals

Feeding Students, Changing Lives

Molly Kitchens, Business Manager | November 19, 2023

Every day, students are served meals for breakfast and lunch in BHS’s cafeteria. Whether they’re interested in the Tex-Mex Line or the Grab N Go Line, students are given a variety of options for their...

Arkansas Supreme Court Justice Webb speaks to those in her breakout session after the trial took place on October 10th . Webb is the only current Justice who originates from Saline County. “The justices were engaging, willing to answer any question, and, for the most part, not even ready to finish whenever we stopped.” Social Studies teacher Mr. Heatherly said.

Rolling Their Way to Bryant

Jasper Robertson, Staff Editor | November 10, 2023

Since 2002, the Arkansas Supreme Court has traveled around the state twice a year to hold an appeal case in a school to allow Arkansan students the opportunity to see government in action.  Six months...

Senior Grady Morriss on a hike with his film camera.

Returning to Film

Roe, Reporter | October 12, 2023

Photography is a diverse form of expression and documentation used in newspapers, internet posts and art galleries. Pictures can showcase the photographer's emotions or provide visuals to a story. Senior...

AAAA Logo courtesy of Laiken Clarke, CEO/Founder and designer

Bringing Awareness

Katie Wright, Reporter | October 11, 2023

Actors Against Assault in Arkansas (AAAA) is a non-profit organization senior Laiken Clarke created where students advocate against abuse/sexual assault in the theater, school and at home. The group focuses...

Drum Majors Ainsley Warford, Liv Robertson and Alanna Cox-Taggart conduct the Legacy of Bryant under Friday Night Lights.

The Legacy’s All Female Drum Majors

Kinley Little, Reporter | October 11, 2023

It’s a Friday night. The lights above draw attention to a sea of blue shirts. It is halftime and the scene on the field has switched from football players in helmets to Students in blue polos and khakis,...

Students involved in the BHS D&D Club use their creativity during a D&D Buzz Time session.

Sometimes the Sword is Mightier than the Pen

Molly Kitchens, Business Manager | October 2, 2023

By the roll of the dice, each player - along with their designed character - waits in great suspense for the adventure that soon awaits them. Perhaps they could soon be attempting to convince someone that...

Senior Banks Austin walking to his seat before graduation was to begin. Teachers formed two lines, creating a funnel for the students to walk through. it’ll be fun to see people i know graduate. Banks said prior to the event.

Walking the Stage

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | May 26, 2023

A light drizzle halted as the ceremony began; the stadium screen showcasing the senior class officers welcoming everyone and announcing the class of 2023 graduation. The graduates filed out to their seats,...

Tammy Brantley works on her computer while her students take their test.

Leaving Bryant

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | April 5, 2023

As the 2022-2023 school year comes to an end, multiple teachers are either resigning or retiring from the school district. Three of these teachers, all of which who have been teaching for over 10 years,...

Official headshot of Mayor Allen Scott, provided by

The Importance of Voting

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | March 28, 2023

This past November during midterm elections, Arkansans saw first-hand the tension between Democrats and Republicans, and more specifically Sarah Huckabee Sanders and Chris Jones. With this tension it’s...

Jennifer Watkins assists junior Colin Jones to plan his schedule during a visit to his history class.

Jennifer Watkins Wins Regional Award For Her Work as a Bryant Counselor

Catherine Spicer, Staff Writer | February 13, 2023

Jennifer Watkins, a counselor at Bryant, will receive the Arkansas School Counselor’s Association Southwest Counselor of the Year Award this summer. Watkins was nominated for the award by other Bryant...

Juniors Izzy Sharp, Bella Curran, and Karoline Bauer in Heather Hares advisory class. As members of the prom committee, they help decide the prom theme as well as come up with decorations. “I was already in Mrs. Hares advisory and she kept telling me to join [prom committee] so that she can talk about it in advisory without having to be like ‘Izzy  please leave the room,’” Sharp said.

The Other Side to Prom

Jasper Robertson, Staff Writer | February 10, 2023

With so many movies and songs about it, prom has become a big part of American culture, but one aspect the movies might look over are those that plan the event: the prom committee. Heather Hare has...

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