Life of an Athlete: My Story as a Student Athlete and Soccer Player

The BHSN girl's soccer seniors this past 2018-2019 season. Kirkwood Photos

Ellie Lloyd, Reporter

October 10, 2018

For almost as long as I can remember “soccer player” has been a central part of my identity. Beginning at the age of four, I was attending summer soccer camps for preschool age kids, where the goal was just to kick the ball. Even though I was barely out of my toddler years, I knew I loved soccer as...

March For Our Lives, D.C. Trip

March For Our Lives, D.C. Trip

Abby Cannon, Reporter

May 28, 2018

With Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School Student Cameron Kasky’s powerful words Saturday, “Welcome to the revolution,” so began a new era. Not only was our generation coming of age, but a new political force was being unleashed. More than 50 students from Bloomington High Schools North and So...

The Importance of Media

Frances Sheets, Sydney Piercy, Visual Editors

February 15, 2018

 In January of this year, Trump and the GOP released their highly anticipated Fake News Awards. In an article published online, Trump called out a number of established and reputable news sources such as the New York Times, ABC News, CNN and more, even implying libel and defamation. In Trump’...

Promote Change through Listening

Jacob Taylor, Editor-In-Cheif

December 14, 2016

You can feel it when you walk in the front doors. A girl screams her opinion in another’s face. People whisper behind her back. A man pulls the raging boy off of the boy with the outspoken attire. You can’t hide from it. It’s in the hallways, it’s in the classrooms, and it’s online. Every teacher, ...

Editorial: Will Our Next President Live Up to Obama’s legacy?

Jacob Taylor, Editor-in-Chief

October 17, 2016

It’s no secret that the 2016 presidential campaign has been jam-packed with controversy. For the last year-and-a-half, the US population has been pummeled with reports of  Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s offences. Benghazi, unreleased tax returns, deleted emails, and uncovered films are just the ...

Editorial: Revolutionizing the High School Newspaper

Editorial: Revolutionizing the High School Newspaper

Jacob Taylor, Editor-in-Chief

October 3, 2016

The world as we know it is changing and at a more rapid pace than ever before. Tabloid newspapers are quickly disappearing and spotting someone reading a large print newspaper is a rare occurrence. Tabloid newspapers are unsightly, colossal, and confusing especially for younger readers. That’s why t...

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