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Students Not Just Thankful for Turkeys

Students Not Just Thankful for Turkeys

Abby Hagner, Writer

November 30, 2015


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Master of Disguise

Master of Disguise

Sarah Graham, Writer

November 20, 2015


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Every morning, sophomore Kristy Dawson brushes her teeth, eats her usual biscuit with butter and squeezes a wig cap over her head to prepare for one of her fifteen wigs to fit over it. For Dawson, every outfit is a new experiment. She decorates herself in a multitude of colors, accessorizing with wigs co...

Growing to Give

Growing to Give

Blair Rolston, Writer

November 20, 2015


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One small decision is all it takes to have a lasting effect on another person’s life. Sophomore Gabriel Binns reached out to others by donating his hair.   “A girl in my second period class donated about 22 inches, and that gave me the idea,” Binns said. “I already had long hair and I th...

Humans of BHS: Kaelob Lee

Humans of BHS: Kaelob Lee

Edith Garcia

November 6, 2015


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Every year, a new class of seniors emerges in the halls, eager to take down the final year of high school and count down the days until they walk across the stage at graduation. It is the final year that counts. It is the year to take every aspect of one’s future into consideration and every...

Natural Things Foods Store

Natural Things Foods Store

Julia Nall, Print Editor

November 5, 2015


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Nearly visible from Wal-Mart, Natural Things Foods Store is a small grocery store hoping to bring locally-grown and healthy food into Saline County. Owner Jennifer Jones grew up in Little Rock frequenting a local natural food store. When she moved to Bryant, she decided to take that idea with her. The...

Doll Dimensions

Doll Dimensions

Sarah Graham, Writer

November 2, 2015


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A body resembling the shape of a Barbie doll, big lips with thick eyebrows to match, and now the gap between the upper thighs are all criteria some girls base their body upon. The thigh gap is glorified by many teenage girls, at times causing eating disorders and intense social media wars. Senior Li...

Hornet Heros

Hornet Heros

Abby Hagner, Writer

November 2, 2015


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At the top of the morning announcements, there is a list of teachers that changes every day. The purpose of this list, called Hornet Heroes, is to commemorate teachers who has done something to help a students or other staff members. Testing Coordinator Evelyn Butler came up with this idea that would...

Humans of BHS: Nick Spann

Humans of BHS: Nick Spann

Edith Garcia

October 30, 2015


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“I don’t get too close to people. All my friends are just friends and there’s this boundary that stays exactly where it is and nobody’s ever crossed it,” junior Nick Spann said. For many students, there is a boundary that lies between friends and best friends, but Spann took any possible ...

Get to Know BHS 2015 Homecoming Maids

Get to Know BHS 2015 Homecoming Maids

Blair Rolston, Writer

October 22, 2015


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Homecoming is right around the corner and girls from each grade have been chosen as representations for homecoming. How well do you know your  homecoming maids?   Freshmen: Morgan Kennedy; What do you do to set a good example for a younger sibling who looks up to you? “I have a yo...

If Teens Took Over the District

If Teens Took Over the District

Alexis Burch, Writer

October 19, 2015


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Shorts no more than four inches above the knee. Finish the assignment by the end of class or it is homework. Park in the assigned spot. These are just a few of the daily demands placed on students. What would happen if there were a shift in power? Senior Grace Guzman has a few changes in mind. “I’d...

Meaning Behind the Medium

Meaning Behind the Medium

Sarah Graham, Writer

October 5, 2015


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From tangled lines of pencil to a profound painting, there is more to art than what the eye can see. There are different motives to create art, but for senior Teresa Rodarte, art is a mystery. “I won’t say what [my art means] out loud,” Rodarte said. “I prefer for people to infer what it is.” ...

Help Comes from 2000 Miles Away

Help Comes from 2000 Miles Away

Abby Hagner, Writer

September 30, 2015


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Help comes from 6000 miles away Stoves, food baskets and a Bible study. Seniors Emily Stewart, Maddie Dunn and Ashley Groves went on a mission trip with their youth group at First Southern Baptist Church to Pacaya, Guatemala. In the mornings, the mission team built stoves in about sixteen resident...