BHHS Today

Violent Video Games

Kaylie Brooks, Student General Manager

March 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion

I’m Kaylie Brooks with a WBFH editorial. According to a report from the American Psychological Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics, 90% of children in the United States play video games. More importantly, 85% of video games on the market are violent video games, gaining the demographic...

What I Learned From a Season of Forensics

What I Learned From a Season of Forensics

Jenny She, Feature Editor

March 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Before the official season started, I reassured myself it was going to be fine. With my three years of experience with middle school forensics, I knew the high school season was going to be perfectly manageable. I thought it was going to be easy. I thought wrong. Going into my first to...

The Magic of the Tarot

The Magic of the Tarot

Sophia Jackson, Staff Writer

March 19, 2018


Filed under Opinion

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 ...

Senior Pranks

Nicholas Albaran, Student Ambassador

March 18, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Now that it’s way beyond the beginning of the second semester, seniors are starting to wind down as graduation approaches. I’m Nicholas Albaran with a WBFH editorial. It’s no mystery that second-semester seniors seem so slacking on stuff with the school year skidding to a stop. One major thing...

Lies

Alexandria Grant, WBFH Staff

March 18, 2018


Filed under Opinion

I’m Alexandria Grant with a WBFH editorial. Alex: "Hey Sofi!" Sofi: "Hey Alex!" Alex: "How come you didn’t come to my house last night to hang out?" Sofi: "Um…My dog had a...uhh...doctors appointment." Pause! *Stopping of tape* There are three things I don’t like. People spitting while...

Fruits, Honey, Granola at Cafe Succo Oh My!

Fruits, Honey, Granola at Cafe Succo Oh My!

Sarah Kenkel, Staff Writer

March 7, 2018


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Restaurants

Colorful arrangements of fruits, honey, coconut, and granola are something you have probably seen on everyone’s Snapchat stories. I know that I have definitely posted my fair share of their unique selection of food. But there’s more to Cafe Succo in Birmingham than just the food’s aesthetic. ...

Stock Market Plunge

Jackson Brown, Assistant Music Director and Assistant Sports Director

March 4, 2018


Filed under Opinion

I’m Jack Brown with a WBFH editorial. Some time ago, the stock market went into a noticeable drop of over 4% during the course of several days as noted by CNN. However, since then, the market has been on somewhat of a rebound. The finger of blame for this drop has been pinned in many places....

Happy vs Meaningful

Noah Streng, Co-Student Content Manager

March 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion

"60% of Americans polled identifying as happy but only 40% identifying as having a satisfying life purpose"

School Security

Roni Kane, WBFH Staff

March 2, 2018


Filed under Opinion

BBC reports that sheriffs all over the nation support arming teachers

Importance of Live Theatre

Sophia Washer, Co-Student Content Manager

February 23, 2018


Filed under Feature, Opinion

I’m Sofi K with a WBFH editorial. With the technology reliable society we live in, providing us with limitless free entertainment, some may argue that live theater is too expensive, old-fashioned, doesn't come with snacks, just not worth the effort. Well, that's just crazy talk. Personally, I cannot...

Football Injuries

Kaylie Brooks, Student General Manager

February 23, 2018


Filed under Humans of Bloomfield, Opinion, Sports

A study by researchers at the University of North Carolina states that “two dozen high school football players died in recent years from traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries”.

Why He Doesn’t Scare Me

Why He Doesn’t Scare Me

Lilly Swanson, Production Manager

February 22, 2018


Filed under Opinion

Men like Larry Nassar often take away my ability to feel safe amid casual encounters with other males, my ability to feel safe when walking alone, my ability to wear an otherwise socially acceptable length skirt or dress without the worry of it being interpreted as “flirtatious” or “inviting”. In...