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Student Leadership Success at States

Student Leadership Success at States

Eryn Stern, Editor in Chief March 24, 2022
“Being Student of the Year has really put the importance of this organization into perspective for me. Student Leadership has had a tremendous impact on my high school career, being one of the communities in which I felt most at home, influential, and empowered. I am so honored to have worked with my incredible advisors and fellow leaders to make every vision we have come to life,” said Zousmer. “I never feel less than inspired while in the Leadership classroom and I feel so lucky to receive this award alongside my supportive, encouraging, and loving team.”
Supreme Court Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson

Supreme Court Nominee Ketanji Brown Jackson

Hayden Buckfire, Section Editor March 9, 2022

President Joe Biden recently announced his nomination of Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to fill the vacancy left on the Supreme Court from the retirement of Justice Stephen Breyer, who has served on the...

Historic Clubhouse Burns: Follow-up

Historic Clubhouse Burns: Follow-up

Hayden Buckfire, Section Editor March 8, 2022

On Thursday, February 17, 2022, Oakland Hills Country Club’s clubhouse was engulfed by billowing smoke and flames resulting in a “total loss” of the nearly 100-year-old clubhouse. No injuries were...

Updating the mask mandate

Updating the mask mandate

Izzy O'Brien, Staff Writer February 28, 2022
Oakland county schools make a change to the previous mask mandate, giving students a choice.
Mr. Stroughter joined the BHHS family on February 7.

Welcome to Bloomfield!

Alexa Kessler, Section Editor February 18, 2022

After a lengthy search for a new principal, Mr. Lawrence Stroughter was announced to the district by Bloomfield Hills Schools Superintendent, Mr. Watson, on Jan. 27.     Stroughter started as principal...

Breaking: Fire blazes on at Oakland Hills Country Club

Breaking: Fire blazes on at Oakland Hills Country Club

Seth Kruger, Editor in Chief February 17, 2022

Oakland Hills Country Club, located at Maple and Telegraph in Bloomfield Hills, caught fire late Thursday morning, February 17, 2022. The fire engulfed the 100,000 square foot clubhouse and destroyed most...

Breaking: Car smashes into Starbucks storefront

Breaking: Car smashes into Starbucks storefront

Lenna Peterson, Editor in Chief January 21, 2022

  A vehicle drove into a Starbucks store in Bloomfield Hills on Friday morning, shattering a side window and damaging the interior of the shop.     The Telegraph and Long Lake Road Starbucks location...

Breaking: At-home Covid-19 tests available for online order

Breaking: At-home Covid-19 tests available for online order

Ruby Stoller, Section Editor January 18, 2022

As COVID cases have skyrocketed in the past month, the Biden Administration introduced subsidized at-home COVID-19 testing kits. The New York Times reports that starting on January 15th, private insurance...

Keeping up with supply

Keeping up with supply

Grace Main, Staff Writer December 10, 2021

   Due to economic and environmental obstacles, this holiday season will be wrought with shipping delays, backups for gifts, and Christmas Tree shortages.     Since the original shutdown from...

The latest start time updates

The latest start time updates

Abby Chayet, Promotional Manager May 25, 2021
As the world continues to change, students are continuously adjusting
Opportunities for a Hopeful Summer of Normalcy

Opportunities for a Hopeful Summer of Normalcy

Lindsey Zousmer, Managing Editor March 18, 2021

Summer is just around the corner, and many students are looking forward to some sunshine and a break from school. For those looking to volunteer or work this summer for a local camp, however, there are...

How to stay on top of school work

How to stay on top of school work

Lindsey Zousmer, Staff Writer April 23, 2020

Without a structured schedule, most students have been sleeping in, watching hours of Netflix, and eating their entire pantries. However, even without having to actually commute to a building to learn,...

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