How to battle boredom on break

By: Emma DeWeese With Spring Break upon Bellbrook schools, many families are gearing up to travel, but many will hunker down for the week. It can be depressing looking at all the Instagram posts of the beach, but there are many fun things to do right here in Ohio. Activities If you are looking for somewhere to visit in Ohio, there are many different activity … Continue reading How to battle boredom on break

“The Last Of Us” show is true to the video game

By: Audrey Cable The HBO show “The Last Of Us” is based on a well-loved game that was released in 2013. The game takes place in a post-apocalyptic world, where a mutated fungi causes people to turn into zombies. There are multiple stages of turning: Runners, Stalkers, Clickers, Bloaters, and Shamblers. The higher the stage, the more dangerous the zombie. The two main characters in … Continue reading “The Last Of Us” show is true to the video game

What type of spring break vacation fits your unique personality?

By Emma Forshee With spring break just a few hours away, everyone is thinking about how they plan to spend their vacation. Whether you stay at home, or hit the road, this quiz will tell you what your ideal vacation is! You finally get home from a long day of classes. Do you…A. Take a walk?B. Call a friend to talk about your day?C. Start … Continue reading What type of spring break vacation fits your unique personality?

Labensky commits football division one

By, Juliana Packard Carson Labensky has signed to continue his academic and athletic career at the University of Dayton. “I chose Dayton because it was close to home, had great academics and the football team’s culture is extremely well developed,” Labensky said.  Carson Labensky has been a part of Bellbrook football for most of his life. “It was amazing to play the sport I love … Continue reading Labensky commits football division one

The problem of copyright and music

By: Riley Hodges Listen to “Ice Ice Baby” by Vanilla Ice and “Under Pressure” by Queen with David Bowie. They are basically the exact same instrumental tracks. The last thing anyone would want is someone else to make money off of something they made. However, the possibility of two people making very similar popular songs is extremely high. There have been many many lawsuits over … Continue reading The problem of copyright and music

The BHS Talent Show kicks off spring break

By Claire Webster The auditorium will be filled with students applauding the students on the stage, and joy and excitement will fill the atmosphere as everyone joins in the fun of the talent show.  The annual Bellbrook High School Talent Show will be held the day before Spring Break on Friday, March 24 in the auditorium at 2pm.  This year’s show will consist of fifteen … Continue reading The BHS Talent Show kicks off spring break

Mandalorian gets back on track in episode 2

By Brock Fortman The Mines of Mandalore is a nice episode that gets us back on track from the arc-filled premiere of season 3 of the Star Wars series The Mandalorian and keeps us wondering what’s next for the future of the season. <<Warning! The following article includes SPOILERS for season 3, episode 2 of The Mandalorian>> In season 3 episode 2, Din Djarin and … Continue reading Mandalorian gets back on track in episode 2

What can adults can do in the rising mental health crisis

By Jacob Grismer John F. Kennedy’s words, “A rising tide lifts all boats,” is good for all adults in our school to remember. Whether it’s parents or school administrators, we must never forget that mental health is inseparable from our physical and social health, and taking time to nurture it is a worthwhile investment for all parts of students’ future well-being. What parents and the … Continue reading What can adults can do in the rising mental health crisis

What peers can do to help the rising mental health crisis

By Adia Miller According to the new data, in 2021, more than a third (37%) of high school students reported they experienced poor mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic, and 44% reported they persistently felt sad or hopeless during the past year.  For five days a week, seven hours a day, kids in their teens are sitting in school, working to develop their minds and … Continue reading What peers can do to help the rising mental health crisis

Six cult classics everyone needs to watch

By Adia Miller Film is an artistic medium capable of crossing language and cultural barriers that’s been prevalent since 1910 with the creation of the nickelodeon theater. With 110 years of films out there, it’s no surprise that some amazing works have fallen in the cracks over time. Luckily, with streaming platforms and online retailers, access to films has only become easier, so those forgotten … Continue reading Six cult classics everyone needs to watch