By: Carter Caldwell It was the late 1980s, and a man with a permed mullet, caterpillar mustache, and tinted glasses strolled into Bellbrook High School, careful not to scuff his cowboy boots on the way in. He walked down the halls, greeting students with an eagerness and enthusiasm that continued to shine through three decades later. Next year, Bellbrook High School students will have to … Continue reading Saying Goodbye to an Icon
by Drew Ward May 4, the 145th Kentucky Derby came with a lot of controversy. Maximum Security came into the derby with four straight wins and at first, it seemed like he would get five. Maximum Security ran a victory lap after crossing the finish line but the sweet taste of victory would soon be replaced with the bitter taste of disqualification. After complaints from … Continue reading Kentucky Derby Sees First Ever Replay Call
By: Sara Wolf As graduation approaches, no one wants to be scrambling to decorate their graduation cap. Yes, it would be hilarious to write, “I did this last minute like everything I did in high school,” but if that’s not the vibe you’re going for, here are a few steps you can take to make a painted masterpiece out of these ugly hats. Supplies needed: … Continue reading How to paint a graduation cap
By Jade Edwards On Friday, May 3, after an explosion at AB Specialty Silicones, an industrial plant in Waukegan, Illinois, two men were found dead after being trapped. One person died of serious injury after being taken to the hospital, and one person is still missing. The three people who got trapped are said to have been the ones to warn others in the plant … Continue reading 3 Illinois Plant Workers Killed, One Missing After an Explosion
by Arden Lunay While Netflix Originals seem to get all the attention, Hulu has followed suit and is responsible for some original series that are just as impressive as Netflix’s. Most recently, the eight part drama, The Act, has kept viewers entertained and in suspense, even if they know how the true story ends. The Act is based on the story of Gypsy Rose Blanchard, … Continue reading Hulu Original Series, The Act, Outdoes Expectations
By: Sydney Krane As a senior this year, I have had the past couple years to go to as many graduation parties as I could, wishing all my upperclassmen friends good luck as they moved on to their futures away from Bellbrook High School. Here are my tips for my classmates and underclassmen as grad party season approaches: Make a schedule/ Mark your calendars … Continue reading Grad Party Season Tips
By: Sydney Krane Have you ever heard a podcast that you just couldn’t turn off? Do you have a passion for the news but want a different way to share those fascinating stories? Have people told you that you have a nice radio voice? Well then, maybe podcasting is in your future. In addition to Bellbrook High School’s newspaper, EagleView News, there is also a … Continue reading Calling All Podcasters
by Emily Lewis After the tears and gratitude of the last show on Sunday, April 28, theatre students must go back to school and life returns to normal. Our lives are forever changed from the memories and friendships made, but now it is time to finish the school year, as well as break down the set. After school in the days following, cast and crew … Continue reading To Strike a Set
By: Carter Caldwell The summer before the my junior year, I had a terrible case of procrastination. I had no drive to do my summer homework whatsoever, so I did what anyone would do: I started researching. When I was younger, I used to ask my grandparents a lot about their families, just for fun. As time went on, I got more and more interested … Continue reading Need a Hobby? Try Genealogy!
By: Carter Caldwell Now, if you’re reading this, I hope you know that Bellbrook has a school newspaper. EagleView News has online articles dating back to September of 2013, with new articles getting posted every month. The staff for EagleView News consists of Bellbrook sophomores, juniors, and seniors, all led by Ms. Bills-Tenney. Meetings occur during mentor, but a large part of class is done … Continue reading Wait, We Have a School Newspaper!?