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Hawkeye staff prevails at MIPA conference

Hawkeye staff prevails at MIPA conference

Justin Yaker, Section B Editor

May 17, 2018


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On April 23, 2018, The Bloomfield Hawkeye newspaper staff attended the annual Michigan Interscholastic Press Association (MIPA) conference. The Hawkeye, along with the BHHS TV news, tallied a total of 46 individual awards at the conference, including five first places, nine second places, four third ...

Sophomores participate in a revamped community read

Sophomores participate in a revamped community read

Darby Krugel, Copy Editor

May 17, 2018


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The Community Read has been a tradition within the 10th grade for - years. However, this year, the Community Read project took on a new definition.   “With the opportunity provided by the new interdisciplinary class, we expanded the community read,” said Rachel Matz, American Literatu...

The Biff is ready for Biffstock, are you?

The Biff is ready for Biffstock, are you?

Caitlin Finerty, Web Content Manager

May 3, 2018


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After 30 years, the Biff Radio Station is continuing their Andover to Bloomfield Hills tradition of Biffstock, a fundraiser meant to raise money to support the community radio family. “We do Biffstock because it’s our annual fundraiser,” said Biff General Manager and senior Kaylie Brooks. “...

Prom ticket sale begins

Prom ticket sale begins

Caelan Jansen and Jake Weitzman

April 30, 2018


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tTickets for this year’s senior prom are currently being sold during all lunches in the main commons. The tickets are $70 a piece and will be for sale this week only.   In order to purchase a ticket, seniors must not have any overdue fees or fines. They must also fill out a contract bef...

Food, fur & fun: the 2nd annual Bring Your Own Dog charity event

Food, fur & fun: the 2nd annual Bring Your Own Dog charity event

Debra Moraitis, Staff Writer

April 30, 2018


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The second annual Bring Your Own Dog (B.Y.O.D.) is approaching on Sunday, May 6th from 11:00 am - 4:00 pm at the Franklin Village Green. Hosted by Student Leadership, the dog-fair fundraiser benefits the Michigan Humane Society and is open to communities all around Oakland County.   The eve...

New parking lot to provide additional spaces for juniors

New parking lot to provide additional spaces for juniors

Carly Armstrong, Staff Writer

April 18, 2018


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As the 2017-2018 school year is ending, the construction of a new parking lot has begun. Construction managers Brian Goby and Carl Mantalo gave a rundown on the plans for the parking lot.   As the plans are set to be finished for this upcoming school year, Goby said, “We are creating about 100...

Notable Companies Rearrange Weapon Sale Policies in Response to Florida Shooting

Notable Companies Rearrange Weapon Sale Policies in Response to Florida Shooting

Lara Janosz, News Editor

March 26, 2018


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Following the Parkland, Florida school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, which has surpassed the 1999 Columbine shooting as the deadliest school shooting, many businesses across the nation, including Dick’s Sporting Goods, Walmart, Kroger, and L.L. Bean, have taken a stand against gun...

MDOT Fixes Potholes

Kaylie Brooks, Student General Manager

March 19, 2018


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I’m Kaylie Brooks at the WBFH News Desk. The Michigan Department of Transportation has been fixing the potholes around Michigan. As of March 5th, many areas on I-696 and I-75 have been repaired. For WBFH News, I’m Kaylie Brooks.

BHHS Girls’ Tennis Spring Tryouts

Kaylie Brooks, Student General Manager

March 19, 2018


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Girls tennis team tryouts are taking place March 14th-16th at the Wessen Indoor Tennis Club. The Varsity-A tryouts are 3-4:30 pm and the Varsity-B and JV tryouts are from 5:30-7 pm.

The Breakdown of This Year’s Nasty Flu Season

The Breakdown of This Year’s Nasty Flu Season

Jenny She, Feature Editor

March 19, 2018


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   Is it a common cold? No, it’s much worse. The 2017-18 flu season has plowed it’s way across the country, triggering alarm and fear in our schools, workplaces, and homes. The levels of people reporting flu-like illness are now as high as the CDC observed at the peak of the 2009 fl...

BHHS Hosts Multicultural Night

BHHS Hosts Multicultural Night

Caelan Jansen, Staff Writer

March 19, 2018


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On Tuesday, March 6th, Bloomfield Hills High school hosted a multicultural night in the school’s Main Commons.   The multicultural night is a place where people of all cultures can share their own culture and expand their knowledge of other cultures. “The celebration is an amazing way for ...

National Walkout

Nicholas Albaran, Student Ambassador

March 18, 2018


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I am Nicholas Albaran at the WBFH News Desk. On Wednesday, March 14th, high schoolers across the United States walked out of school for seventeen minutes. The reason for this walkout was to raise awareness about the issues of school safety and each minute represents one of the victims of the Parkland...

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