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10 Things we couldnt live without this year

10 Things we couldn’t live without this year

Alexa Kessler, Ruby Stoller, and Jamie Zousmer December 28, 2022

2022 was difficult in many ways, but it was also a year of change and growth. These 10 products helped to put a positive spin on our year. 1. Slippers: With these slipper options, you are sure to not...

Since 1955

Since 1955

Charlotte Rockwell, Staff Writer December 15, 2022

The collage concert, held on December 7-8, was a packed event, with an auditorium filled with friends and loved ones.     The Collage Concert is an event where our school’s multiple bands, orchestras,...

Diabetes Awareness Month Feat. Jayda Morsy

Diabetes Awareness Month Feat. Jayda Morsy

Alia Somero, Staff Writer December 7, 2022

A Story Of Strength.   November is National Diabetes Awareness month, a time when communities across the country team up to raise awareness of Diabetes. Diabetes is a chronic condition,...

Tapping in to Syrup Season

Tapping in to Syrup Season

Grace Main, Staff Writer April 5, 2022

Sugary, sweet, maple syrup season is upon us.     Although collecting sap, boiling it down, and packaging it may be a lengthy process, it is well worth the time and effort for the delicious treat.    The...

Catching up with Coach

Catching up with Coach

Seth Kruger, Editor in Chief April 4, 2022

Any fan of the Detroit Pistons would know the name Tim McCormick, face of the pre-game and post-game shows on Bally Sports Network, home of Detroit sports. But how many fans, let alone people in general,...

Digital Vaccine Cards

Digital Vaccine Cards

Niranjan Anantharaman, Staff Writer February 24, 2022

In the Interim

In the Interim

Ryanne Leonard, Design Manager January 11, 2022

With the retirement of Charlie Hollerith as principal in December, BHHS is looking towards the future of administration and the school. As the interviewing process commenced, Mr. Bill Simms was introduced...

Marching for our Lives

Marching for our Lives

Noa Goldstein, Managing Editor December 16, 2021

November 30, 2021, will be a day to remember in our community forever. The Oxford tragedy reminded many students of the prevalence of gun violence, and that it truly has no limits to where it can occur....

“Would you Rather” – Holiday Edition

Caroline Griffin, Staff Writer December 11, 2021

As winter break approaches and the snow falls, holiday spirit and traditions fill the halls. So jolly and so bright it only seems right, a “would you rather” here in sight.    Maeve Wright Question:...

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