Delhi Air Posing Major Health Risks

By: Chelsea Cozad The health of 90 million people who live in Delhi, India is being compromised due to increasingly damaging pollution problems. More and more residents are complaining to doctors of chest pain and problems breathing–for a valid reason. Their city is covered in a hazy white fog caused purely by mass pollution. The U.S. embassy air quality index considers anything registering over a … Continue reading Delhi Air Posing Major Health Risks

Fall Play Opens This Week at Bellbrook High

By Michaela Pittman November 13 marks the week of the fall play at Bellbrook High School. An annually anticipated event at school that students and teachers alike enjoy while taking a break from classes. This year the play is called You Can’t Beat the House and is directed by Madame Jergens and Kyle Castle. And it’s a comedy, much like the fall play last year. The … Continue reading Fall Play Opens This Week at Bellbrook High

Astros Find Dramatic World Series Victory

By Drew Ward A series that undoubtedly would go seven games provided a thrilling ending. The Los Angeles Dodgers boasted the best record in all of baseball and faced off against the Houston Astros. The series was defined by great bullpens and explosive hitting, games flipped flopped from scores ranging to three to one, to thirteen to twelve. The offenses of both teams were dormant … Continue reading Astros Find Dramatic World Series Victory

British Scientists Print Circuits on T-shirts

by Ryan Westergaard Scientists can now print a fully functional electrical circuit onto fabric, just like printing a design on a shirt. The process is very simple. Through research at the University of Cambridge, an ink was created out of graphene, a two-dimensional form of carbon, which conducts electricity very well. This ink is then printed with an ink jet printer directly onto the shirt … Continue reading British Scientists Print Circuits on T-shirts

New York Attack Worries Public Officials

By: Meghan Malas Tuesday October 31 left New York devastated after a driver directed the path of his pickup truck towards a crowded bike path. The New York Times provided greater detail of the tragic incident in an article by Barbara Marcolini and Sarah Stein Kerr, “The rampage ended when the motorist — whom the police identified as Sayfullo Saipov, 29 — smashed into a … Continue reading New York Attack Worries Public Officials

Golden Eagles win SWBL All Sport Title

by Lauren Redfern As the school year comes to an end, the sports seasons does as well. Bellbrook High School is in the Southwestern Buckeye League also referred to as SWBL. BHS offers over 20 varsity sports, with 20 competing for SWBL championships. The league has an All-Sports Trophy which is awarded to the school with the best score of rankings. For example, each season … Continue reading Golden Eagles win SWBL All Sport Title

Sexual Assault Policy Reversal Infuriates Campus Rape Combating Groups

By: Meghan Malas Since the fall of famed figures Bill O’Reilly and Roger Ailes summer of 2017, it seems a new light is shining on the presence of sexual assault in every industry. Every day, more and more victims come forward with new stories of abuse. In the wake of this, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos reversed an Obama-era policy on campus sexual assault investigations on … Continue reading Sexual Assault Policy Reversal Infuriates Campus Rape Combating Groups

What Disney Character are You Based on Your Sign?

By: Chelsea Cozad Aquarius: Jim (Treasure Planet) You will fight wholeheartedly for any cause you see worthy and use your intellect to help. You are also a deep thinker, like Jim, as well as a good listener. Pisces: Princess Giselle (Enchanted) You have a burning desire to escape the realities of everyday life. You’re a hopeless romantic and your kind and gentle demeanor makes you … Continue reading What Disney Character are You Based on Your Sign?

#MeToo Movement Highlights Widespread Social Problem

by Katie Giffin After the allegations of sexual assault surfaced from numerous actresses against producer Harvey Weinstein, Alyssa Milano asked victims of sexual assault to step forward and stand with each other in a “Me Too” movement. After actresses such as Angelina Jolie, Gwyenth Paltrow, and Rose McGowan all stepped forward to accuse Weinstein of rape, over 200,000 tweets have been shared using the hashtag … Continue reading #MeToo Movement Highlights Widespread Social Problem

World Series Game 2: Astros Garner First Win

by: Carter Caldwell The ongoing World Series between The Houston Astros and the Los Angeles Dodgers is currently a toss up between the two teams, after the Astros won their first World Series game.  The game, which encompassed a total of 11 innings, was quite eventful: during the game, a fire caught on hills near the stadium, a drunken fan attempted to get into the … Continue reading World Series Game 2: Astros Garner First Win