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Sadie Kirschner, Entertainment Editor

February 15, 2018


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Junior Brendan Howard won $500 on the new Application, HQ Trivia, available on the iPhone and Android. Just recently, the creators of Vine have come up with another five-star application. HQ is a live trivia game show that is played through an app. Usually hosted by Scott Rogowsky, there are a s...

Interim Assistant Principal Chosen

Interim Assistant Principal Chosen

Ava Singer, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018


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After five months of searching for a new assistant principal for Bloomfield Hills High School, science teacher and leadership advisor Jessica Lupone was chosen as the interim.   “In, the middle of the year, [we] were not going get that many candidates, [so] the applicant pool was small....

School Works To Hire New Assistant Principal

School Works To Hire New Assistant Principal

Ava Singer, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018


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  Going into its third month, a committee of approximately 20 members is continuing to search for a new assistant principal.   “Timing is everything when it comes to school districts,”  said Margaret Schultz, one of the two current assistant principals. “Every time we hire, we are al...

Newly Built Homes Will Be Added to District

Newly Built Homes Will Be Added to District

Kaitlyn Luckoff, Staff Writer

February 15, 2018


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Randy Wertheimer, president of Hunter Pasteur Homes, has recently been involved of the building of a new neighborhood in our district. These houses will be  located on Long Lake Road. 22 homes are scheduled to be built and moved into by Summer of 2018.   “Most of our buyers we expect to be young ...

First Unplanned Lockdown Occurs

First Unplanned Lockdown Occurs

Riya Doshi, Copy Editor

February 14, 2018


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During what seemed like just another ordinary lunch period, suddenly hundreds of students and staff bolted towards the front doors, urged on by the monotone voice repeating “Lockdown, lockdown…”   “Once we realized what was going on, we kind of went into shock mode,” said history teacher An...

Tiny Tot Tech Troubles

Lara Janosz, News Editor

February 13, 2018


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  Fingers flying across a glowing screen and eyes wide with awe and amusement, the child reaches the second hour of succumbing to the clutches of the iPad, falling into a trance-like state, unaware of the real world.   According to The Huffpost writer Cris Rowan in the article The Impact of Technol...

New Board Member Jason Paulateer Follow Up

New Board Member Jason Paulateer Follow Up

Justin Yaker, Sports Editor

February 13, 2018


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  With four months on the Bloomfield Hills School Board, trustee Jason Paulateer, Vice President of PNC Financial Services, updates his experience as the newest member.   “It’s been really busy, busier than I would have imagined coming in,” he said. “It’s been a lot of learning and a...

Upcoming Blackhawk Fever February 23rd

Upcoming Blackhawk Fever February 23rd

Carly Armstrong, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


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Attention all Bloomfield Hills Schools families: On February 23d, the boys varsity basketball team is hosting Black Hawk Fever! “The evening kicks of with free* dinner and t-shirts at 5:30 p.m., pre-game player autographs at 6pm, and the varsity game at 7 p.m. There will be special halftime perfor...

Performing For a Cause

Performing For a Cause

Caelan Jansen, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


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On Friday, February 23rd, Bloomfield Hills High School’s Broken Leg Theatre Co. is putting on a “Broadway Benefit”, a show in which proceeds will be donated to Camp Casey.   “All proceeds go towards the organization called Camp Casey which is a horseback therapy group that works with c...

Two BHHS Students Qualify for DECA State Finals

Two BHHS Students Qualify for DECA State Finals

Elena Ofiara, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


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Though Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) is new to Bloomfield Hills High School, it doesn’t stop Bloomfield from being victorious.   “DECA is an organization that is either implemented as a club or a class in school,” said Kasra Raffi, a senior who is one of the founders of...

Students Prepare to Present MYP Personal Projects

Students Prepare to Present MYP Personal Projects

Ava Singer, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


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  As the adjudication date for the Middle Years Program personal project rapidly approaches, the sophomore students prepare for their presentations. The program concludes in 10th grade, and in order to graduate from the program, all sophomore students must complete this project.   While the...

BHHS hosts its first ever Multilingual Model UN Conference

BHHS hosts its first ever Multilingual Model UN Conference

Steven Krivitsky, Staff Writer

February 13, 2018


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    On Saturday, February 3rd, the Bloomfield Hills High School Model UN team hosted the first ever multilingual model UN conference.  The event featured students from many different model UN teams across the state.  The conference was notable mainly because each debate hosted at the conference...