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Shift in Scenery

Shift in Scenery

Alexis Burch, Writer

March 15, 2016


Filed under FEATURE, SHOWCASE

Bryant has been home to countless students for their entire school career. It is sometimes harder to recognize the advantages and disadvantages of a school when there is nothing else to compare it to. Junior Maria Millican came from Hall High School. The school has over 1,000 enrolled students and ...

Sculpting the Future

Sculpting the Future

Emma Goad, Online Editor

March 3, 2016


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When teens hear the word ‘model,’ they may think of names like Kendall Jenner, Karlie Closs and Cara Delevingne.   Senior Tim Croft aspires to be one of those names. Croft has always been interested in modeling, but up until recently he did not realize that it could be an attainable go...

Meaningful Meals

Meaningful Meals

Sarah Graham, Writer

March 1, 2016


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Americans compose of 5% of the world’s population, but consume 24% of the world’s energy. On average, one American consumes as much energy as two Japanese, six Mexicans, 13 Chinese, 31 Indians, and 370 Ethiopians. The majority of the energy Americans consume is not in fruits, vegetables whole-gr...

Parameter meets Pentameter

Parameter meets Pentameter

Spencer Shreeve, Print Editor

February 25, 2016


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Most students sort themselves into two categories, those who are English kids and those who are Math kids. However, math teacher Andrea Sadler has blurred these boundaries through her creation of the Math Poetry Sweatshop Journal. “I started out because I thought having my students write math poems woul...

Weighing the Options

Weighing the Options

Alexis Burch, Writer

February 24, 2016


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It is simple: college is not for everybody. Before students make the decision to go or not, they must be aware of all options available.   In some cases, with students like sophomore Clay Campbell, real life experiences outweigh traditional textbook learning. “I am ready to start my life,”...

If Students Graded Teachers

If Students Graded Teachers

February 18, 2016


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At the end of every semester, students begin to rely on espresso shots and late nights. It is the semiannual time of year where grades are on the verge of being due, and there never fails to be that one grade that needs to be lifted by a point or two. Students are evaluated by teachers, but teachers...

Students’ Take on Black History Month

Students’ Take on Black History Month

Bella Castro, Writer

February 17, 2016


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Black History Month is the annual celebration of African American achievements throughout U.S. history. Black History Month is observed the whole month of February and it is also celebrated in Canada and the United Kingdom. There are parades, ceremonies and other events to bring awareness to the Afri...

Carnahan and Clinton

Carnahan and Clinton

Spencer Shreeve, Print Editor

January 26, 2016


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The chances of meeting a former U.S. president may be slim, but through the Clinton Foundation “Ideas Matter” Essay Contest, senior Drew Carnahan had the opportunity to stand side by side with Bill Clinton. “My 11th grade AP Lang teacher [Tim] Sisk gave me the scholarship,” Carnahan said. ...

Connection with Literature

Connection with Literature

Alyssa Jones

January 25, 2016


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Books have a way of changing people’s lives,either by altering their way of thinking or becoming a part of their daily routine. Picking up a book is more than a way to pass time; it holds a strong importance for people such as Anna Wolff. “[Reading] is a part of my everyday life,” junior Anna...

Talent Show Tryouts: Who? Where? When?

Talent Show Tryouts: Who? Where? When?

Bella Castro, Writer

January 25, 2016


Filed under FEATURE, NEWS, SHOWCASE

The school talent show tryouts are taking place in Love Auditorium on January 30, 2016.  Numerous students will be giving their all at tryouts, in order to receive the chance to perform in front of their student body on March 18, 2016. Senior, Emma Barnes is singing in the talent show tryouts. She ...

Humans Of BHS: Ben Bell and Seth Shepard

Humans Of BHS: Ben Bell and Seth Shepard

Edith Garcia

December 4, 2015


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From the start, humans have always been fascinated by putting things together and making them work, from the creation of the wheel to the creation of the first automobile. Juniors Ben Bell, Seth Shepard, and their vintage Ford Mustangs are evidence of this fascination. “We both restored our cars,”...

Top Secrets

Top Secrets

Wenjie Zhu

December 3, 2015


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Advice from "Top Ranked" Seniors ...