“What Are You Looking Forward to Senior Year?”

By: Emily Bunsold As the school can probably tell, the juniors are quite excited to start the next exciting chapter in the four-part series of high school as many could tell on their junior spirit day. So over these last couple weeks at the high school, I’ve been asking my fellow soon-to-be seniors what they are most excited for senior year. Here are just some … Continue reading “What Are You Looking Forward to Senior Year?”

New York City Senior Trip

By: C.J. Destefani May 14-17, Mrs. Siler and several senior students and adult chaperones traveled to New York City to celebrate their years of involvement with the Bellbrook music department. This annual event, led by Mrs. Siler, one of the Bellbrook High School band directors, takes the high school seniors who were involved in band, choir, or theater in all four years of their high school careers … Continue reading New York City Senior Trip

Pitch Perfect 2 Takes Weekend Box Office

By Henry Wong Pitch Perfect 2 led the domestic box office this past weekend making over $69 million in ticket sales according to Box Office Mojo. This is $4 million more than what the original film, Pitch Perfect, has made in its entire lifetime. The film, directed by Elizabeth Banks, has a mainly female cast and has stars like Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson. The … Continue reading Pitch Perfect 2 Takes Weekend Box Office

Billboard Music Awards 2015

By: Harmony Takhar Billboard Music Awards of 2015 were held on May 17. The show started with the world premiere of Taylor Swift’s new music video, “Bad Blood” ft. Kendrick Lamar. Swift surprised viewers to find out Kendrick Lamar would be in the video, and many fans were not aware the artists had collaborated. The video starred many of Swift’s friends, such as Selena Gomez, … Continue reading Billboard Music Awards 2015

Coming Soon: Summer Book Releases

by Bridget Richard School’s out for the summer, and you know what that means…time to hit the books! Here are some book recommendations, all of which are new and highly-anticipated releases. In the Unlikely Event by Judy Blume. Set to be released on June 2, 2015, Blume is sure to please in this anticipated novel that centers around a 1950’s plane crash. It’s sure to be … Continue reading Coming Soon: Summer Book Releases

Wahl Goes to State

By: Harmony Takhar Junior Melissa Wahl will be heading off to state this track season. She is a junior and has been high jumping the past 5 track seasons. Her personal best on high jump is 5’5″ and she accomplished this at her last meet. I had a chance to ask a few questions with her about her high jump experience. EVN: What has influenced … Continue reading Wahl Goes to State

“Mattress Project” Continues Into Graduation

By Sarah Rovinsky Columbia University student, Emma Sulkowicz, carried a mattress around the campus all year and graduated May 19 with her mattress in tow. The mattress was part of her senior thesis project, performance art called “Mattress Performance (Carry That Weight).” The visual arts major said she would carry the mattress everywhere she went on campus for as long as she attended the same school … Continue reading “Mattress Project” Continues Into Graduation

Last Night for the Late Show with David Letterman

By Henry Wong On February 1, 1982, Late Night with David Letterman successfully premiered on CBS. Now, 30 some years and over 4,200 episodes later, old fans and new gathered around their televisions one last time to watch Letterman’s last show on Wednesday, May 20 as he retires from his legendary role on late night television. The final guest on the show was Bill Murray. He … Continue reading Last Night for the Late Show with David Letterman