By Katherine Barton Metallic temporary tattoos are becoming more common, even among BHS students. These tattoos are like temporary jewelry, mixing with physical bracelets to create an interesting texture. They’re also called “flash tattoos” and “jewelry tattoos” and have attracted many fashion leaders such as Vogue beauty director Sarah Brown and Beyoncé. The only issue with these new fashion statements is their price. Flash tattoos … Continue reading Flash Tattoos
by Caroline Wong This coming November, Bellbrook High School plans to put on their annual fall play with a plot filled with mystery, murder, and adventure. The cast, stage crew, and director Ms. Brown have been diligently working on this play since the end of September and anticipate to begin school performances the week before Thanksgiving break. Senior, Alexia Vlahos, avoiding giving away spoilers, explains the play … Continue reading Madame’s Been Murdered!
By Bridget Richard Tragic news struck the nation Friday, October 24, when another school shooting occurred at Marysville Pilchuck High School in the state of Washington. A high school freshman opened fire in the school cafeteria at around 10:30 a.m. and had apparently asked five students to sit together at lunch. Witnesses claim that the five in question were indeed sitting at the same table … Continue reading Washington School Shooting, 3 Now Dead
By: Rachel Stewart South African prosecutors say they are seeking an appeal against the conviction and sentence given to Paralympian Oscar Pistorius for the murder of his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp. Oscar Pistorius is an Olympic South African runner who is also a double amputee. On February 14, 2013, Pistorius shot and killed Steenkamp, claiming he thought she was an intruder. Soon after, he was taken … Continue reading Oscar Pistorius Trial: Prosecutors Sprint to Appeal Conviction and Sentence
by Alyssa Rogers On October 20, we lost an inspiration to fashion lovers everywhere. Oscar de la Renta is a renowned fashion designer, and it is such a shame to say that he has passed away. Though there has been no clear cause of his death, de la Renta does have history with cancer. He was diagnosed with cancer in 2006 but made a statement last year … Continue reading Fashion Legend, Oscar de la Renta, Dies At 82
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by Emily Bunsold The most important meal of the day, and yet only 36% of high school students actually eat breakfast in the morning. The main reason primarily being because they “don’t have time.” Well, 15 minutes doesn’t seem like that much time at all. So instead of hitting snooze that one last time, try to drag yourself out of bed and down to the … Continue reading Quick breakfast ideas for school
By Cayla Destefani For all of those theatre lovers out there, the Victoria Theatre Association has big plans with lots of shows coming up this next season. Here is a list of the exciting new shows coming soon to Dayton… The Broadway Series- Popular Broadway tours great for many audiences. JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT Runs from: Tuesday, Oct. 21 to Sunday, Oct. 26 … Continue reading Dayton Has A Great Upcoming Theatre Season
By Dan Yokajty Bellbrook boys’ soccer moves on! The boys won their first tournament game against Valley View October 17. The final score of the game was 4 to 1. From this win the boys will move on to play Alter on Monday, October 20 at Wayne High School. The boys struck hard and fast. Josh Mauser scored the first goal at the 10 minute … Continue reading Boys Soccer Wins at Home!
by Dan Yokajty Bellbrook wrestling is looking promising this year. The team has been training since summertime. Cameron Kelly, Tyler Wiederholt, and Ben Schram all made runs deep into the state tournament last year. This year Kelly and Schram are seniors hoping to take home a state title. Junior Tyler Wiederholt thinks that, “We will dominate the league and will hopefully make a very good run at state … Continue reading Bellbrook Wrestling