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This Week Today: Week of 10-14-19

This Week Today: Week of 10-14-19

Noelle Siwek

October 16, 2019

What's New this week? Find out what's going on with the BHHS volleyball teams, meet this year's national merit scholarship semifinalists, and updates to the nut policy at lunch.

This Week Today: Weekof 10/7/19

This Week Today: Weekof 10/7/19

October 8, 2019

Watch for a wrap-up of the Homecoming week, coverage over an upcoming meeting for the Figure Skating Team and coverage about the fun at the school farm with the Forensics Team.

BHS-TV News #501

BHS-TV News #501

Noelle Siwek, BHS-TV News Producer

October 7, 2019

Coverage on the BHHS Equestrian Team, a profile on a Football Team Captain, Fall Fashion, an update on the Impeachment Investigation and a new edition of Word on the Street. ...

Tiger: Back on Top

Tiger: Back on Top

Sanju Swamy, Staff Writer

May 9, 2019

Two shots back from the lead, Tiger Woods entered the final round of the 83rd Masters donning his iconic Sunday Red look. Woods played alongside Francesco Molinari and Tony Finau in the last group. Molinari led the group with 13 under par for the tournament, Finau and Woods trailed close behind at 1...

A Student Guide to Brexit

A Student Guide to Brexit

Jake Fogel, Section A Editor

April 24, 2019

Here in the US, it seems like we are constantly entrenched in the controversies and polarizations plaguing our government and society. However, if you are one to follow international news, don’t worry, the rest of the world is also plunging into darkness. If you are a news junkie like me, you are ...

JSA Launches Apathy Campaign

JSA Launches Apathy Campaign

Marlee Sacksner, Staff Writer

April 13, 2019

Climate change. Equality. Humanity. These are some of the phrases that students said they believed in on JSA’s Fight Apathy Day.   “Junior State of America, or JSA, is a national organization with school chapter participants that work differently and separately. However, these distinct school c...

Spring Testing Schedule

Spring Testing Schedule

Fallan Sherman, Staff Writer

April 8, 2019

On the week of April 8, 2019, all high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors will take a series of required standardized assessments including the PSAT, SAT, ACT work keys, and M-Step. The days in which mandatory testing will be held are on Tuesday, April 9, Wednesday, April 10, and Thursday, April 1...

Student Leadership Success

Student Leadership Success

Kaitlyn Luckoff, Section Editor

April 1, 2019

The last week of March each year marks an exciting weekend for student leaders. Every spring, about 20 student leadership representatives are chosen to represent our school at the state conference in Grand Rapids. At this conference, students have the opportunity to listen to speakers, present their best...

Broadway Benefit Brings New Twist to the Stage

Broadway Benefit Brings New Twist to the Stage

Laine Lord, Staff Writer

February 25, 2019

Every year for the past three years, the theatre department organizes the Broadway Benefit - a series of theatrical acts performed by students with proceeds going to a charity. This year’s theme, Movie Musicals, encompassed the performance of songs and dances from various shows, seen both on stage and o...

BHHS Updates Schedule Changes

BHHS Updates Schedule Changes

Kushal Sanjeev, Managing Editor

February 21, 2019

Due to the unexpected number of snow days this year, the district has decided to alter the schedule for the upcoming week of February 25th - March 1st.   Prior to the change, the schedule was listed as an Even Day heavy week with Even Days on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday and Odd days on T...

Governor of Virginia’s Yearbook Controversy

Governor of Virginia’s Yearbook Controversy

Darby Krugel, Copy Editor

February 15, 2019

In the age of the Internet, more and more scandals are coming to light every day. On February 1, 2019, the Virginian Pilot published a photo of Ralph Northam’s page in the Eastern Virginia Medical School yearbook. Ralph Northam is the current Governor of Virginia and a Democrat, and the reason that his y...

The Polar Vortex Hits Midwest

The Polar Vortex Hits Midwest

Jake Fogel, Section Editor

February 13, 2019

  This winter has certainly been a rollercoaster when it comes to weather. From less than half an inch of accumulated snow in December to eight snow days in January and February, Michigan winters are proving their inconsistency and lack of predictability.   According to National Geographic, at least 2...

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