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Senior Farewell

Senior Farewell

Jazzmyn Peterson, Editor

May 5, 2016

Sarah Bullington Araya Pomplun: “I will miss the family atmosphere.”             Sarah Bullington Spencer Shreeve: “I will miss the security of the J-Room. No matter what has happened that day or where I’ve been, I know the moment I walk in the roo...

Masters of the Melody

Masters of the Melody

Sarah Graham, Writer

April 29, 2016

There is more to learn than words in a textbook. There are more languages than those taught in school. Students have studied the melodies of music, learned the language of lyrics and mastered the art of creating their own. Listening to MexikoDro instrumentals in his bedroom, junior Jalin West recorde...

Helping the Community

Helping the Community

Alexis Burch, Writer

April 20, 2016

Volunteering: the act of dedicating time to better the community. It is an act that draws people in for a number of reasons and changes their worldview. The annual Night To Shine Prom was held at Geyer Springs church Feb. 12. The event is supported by former NFL player Tim Tebow and is for those w...

Students Sign Prom Contracts

Students Sign Prom Contracts

Lauren Wilson, Writer

April 20, 2016

Something that happens every year that students can spend years dreaming about is almost here: prom. The organization will announce this year’s prom theme on April 11 when students climb up to the fourth floor of building ten to buy their tickets. Preparation for this special event has been going on...

Diversity in Administration

Diversity in Administration

Amber McFadden, Staff Writer

April 12, 2016

Dondre Harris was hired as Assistant Principal when Rachel Rasburry stepped up as the interim principal. Harris is the first African American administrator at Bryant High School. Harris has served as a coach and teacher and will now be covering Rasburry’s section of students. How did you feel wh...

Songs Before the Synthesizer

Songs Before the Synthesizer

Sarah Graham, Writer

April 8, 2016

Music has not always been beats of technology and voice-overs. Melodies used to play on spinning records. Writing lyrics used to take time and grace. Voices did not have the help of auto-tune. Music was Music. Senior Tyler Cyz was raised on the screams of Nirvana and the British blues of Fleetwood ...

Winners of the University of Arkansas Fellowship Scholarship

Winners of the University of Arkansas Fellowship Scholarship

Jazzmyn Peterson, Print Editor

April 5, 2016

Bobbie Jean Sandidge 12: “I was praying by my bed when I found out I had gotten the scholarship. I couldn’t stop crying, so when I went to tell my mom about it, she kept telling me that it was okay, because she thought I didn’t get it.I just handed her my phone so she could see the email. When I filled out the form for the generic scholarships [at t...

Breaking Boundaries

Breaking Boundaries

Spencer Shreeve, Print Editor

April 4, 2016

Spring break can provide opportunities for students to expand their knowledge and branch out of American borders and culture. For her first time out of the country, sophomore Lauren Wilson made stops in London and Paris. “My mom and I had to go through the whole process of getting my passport, wh...

Shift in Scenery

Shift in Scenery

Alexis Burch, Writer

March 15, 2016

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

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

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

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...