One Quarter Down with New Teachers at BHS

by Sara Wolf Bellbrook High School students were introduced to quite a few new staff member faces this school year. Among many of these were a few–Mrs. Knisley, Mr. Phelps, Mr. Kapka and Mrs. Buedel-Herrman–who all took time to answer questions from students about themselves and how they’ve liked their first quarter here as Golden Eagles. Mrs. Knisley has been teaching for three years and is … Continue reading One Quarter Down with New Teachers at BHS

Cavs aim to defend their crown as new season approaches

By: Carter Caldwell Basketball fans are gearing up for their favorite season as winter approaches, and it’s safe to say the Cleveland Cavaliers are not going to go down without a fight.  Last year “Believeland” was able to defeat the Golden State Warriors to garner the city’s first championship since 1964 and the team’s first since its inception.  After losing to the Warriors in 2015’s championship, … Continue reading Cavs aim to defend their crown as new season approaches

Current Political Landscape Grim for Trump ahead of Election Day

by Joey Derrico With days left till the general election on November 8, both candidates are fervently campaigning through crucial swing states. The current political landscape appears ominous for the controversial GOP nominee Donald Trump. Trump is trailing Democratic nominee Clinton 272 to 179 in the most recent version of the CNN “Road to 270” map with 87 electoral college points up for grabs in … Continue reading Current Political Landscape Grim for Trump ahead of Election Day

The Supreme Court’s Balance of Justices

By Henry Wong Republican Senators Ted Cruz (R-TX) and John McCain (R-AZ) have said that any Supreme Court nominee made by Hillary Clinton, if elected, would be blocked from confirmation. This ninth spot has been open since the death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia in February. The Constitution permits justices to serve for life but the possibility of two more vacancies exists for appointments by … Continue reading The Supreme Court’s Balance of Justices

Fall-bulous Fashion

by Bergen Eppers Fall is finally here, the season where we can finally wear jeans and sweaters, but what is in style this year? According to what is making the runways, celebrity sightings, and even everyday items from your local fashionista, here are some outfit choices that will spice up your wardrobe this season for those fall activities: Plaid Shirts. You can never go wrong with … Continue reading Fall-bulous Fashion

Netflix Releases Third Season of Black Mirror

By Meghan Malas After three years since the last release, Netflix finally released the third season of the satirical science fiction, Black Mirror. The show itself mimics the workings of “The Twilight Zone” in that it includes three to seven individual stories per season that leave one feeling eerie, yet intrigued. Each episode of the show has its own characters and plot line. Black Mirror … Continue reading Netflix Releases Third Season of Black Mirror

Asian-Americans Protest Rapper YG

by Henry Wong Asian-Americans have called for a ban of the song “Meet the Flockers” by rapper and hip-hop artist, Keenon Daequan Ray Jackson, better known as YG. Asian-American protestors feel the song calls for violence against Chinese -Americans with lyrics like: “First, you find a house and scope it out. Find a Chinese neighborhood, cause they don’t believe in bank accounts . . . … Continue reading Asian-Americans Protest Rapper YG