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A Photojournalist’s Perspective of China

A Photojournalist’s Perspective of China

Jenny She, Feature Editor

March 19, 2018


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Excercise

Nicholas Albaran, Student Ambassador

March 18, 2018


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Many people when they think of exercise, they think of this: *guys grunting in the gym* This often deters people from working out. But sometimes it’s the small things that can make a difference. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Play games with your kids. Walk your dog instead of making your...

Be Patient with People Who Stutter

Alexandria Grant, WBFH Staff

March 18, 2018


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Be patient with people who stutter. People who stutter have a harder talking to others or in front of people. Stuttering can have causes that aren't due to underlying disease. Examples include a family history of stuttering or nervousness. However, some people who stutter might have a medical condition,...

The Magic of BHS

Alexandria Grant, WBFH Staff

March 18, 2018


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A gala invitation will be coming in your mail soon, to The Magic of BHS on March 24, 2018! The magic of BHS is an evening of celebration, chance, charity, & community to benefit Bloomfield Hills Schools. Reservations are open now. Sponsorship and donor opportunities are available. There will be...

The “Worst” Last Name: Meet the Hittlers

The “Worst” Last Name: Meet the Hittlers

Maddie Wein, Opinion Editor

March 6, 2018


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Meet the Hittler family: Justin, Carly, Paul, and Marie. This Bloomfield family has the last name “Hittler”, spelled with two t’s but pronounced with no difference than the name of the chancellor of Germany during WWII, Adolf Hitler.   According to the “Top Ten Worst Last Names,”...

Home Alone Tips

Jackson Brown, Assistant Music Director and Assistant Sports Director

March 4, 2018


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Coming back to an empty house all to yourself is a scenario like this is seen by 1 in 5 kids in the US according to ABC News

Maple Fest

Roni Kane, WBFH Staff

March 2, 2018


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The Cranbrook Maple Festival will be March 12th at the Cranbrook Institute of Science from noon until 4 pm. Stop by to learn about the science of maple syrup production and enjoy a sweet treat or two! Admission is 18 dollars for adults and 15 dollars for children.

Counselor Relationships

Roni Kane, WBFH Staff

March 2, 2018


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Students often do not realize that one of the most important people in their high school life is their guidance counselor. Counselors write college recommendation letters, help students choose classes and can even influence student’s lives outside of school. So next time you are walking by the counseling...

2018 Auto-Show recapped

Adrian Ashtari, Staff Writer

February 26, 2018


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Smoking

Sophia Washer, Co-Student Content Manager

February 23, 2018


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More than 4.6 million students reported being current tobacco users

Importance of Live Theatre

Sophia Washer, Co-Student Content Manager

February 23, 2018


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I’m Sofi K with a WBFH editorial. With the technology reliable society we live in, providing us with limitless free entertainment, some may argue that live theater is too expensive, old-fashioned, doesn't come with snacks, just not worth the effort. Well, that's just crazy talk. Personally, I cannot...

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