Beloved Entertainer and Comic Book Mogul Stan Lee Dies at 95

By: Carter Caldwell On 12 November 2018, Marvel Comics’ longtime writer and editor later to become their effective mascot, Stan Lee passed away at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, California.  He was 95. Lee was rushed to the hospital earlier that day due to an unspecified medical emergency.  He was preceded in death by his wife, Joan Boocock Lee, who died in mid-2017. Lee … Continue reading Beloved Entertainer and Comic Book Mogul Stan Lee Dies at 95

Colder Weather Brings Long-Awaited Break and Holiday Festivities

By: Carter Caldwell Twas the week of Thanksgiving at Bellbrook High School, and all through the halls the students…are not. As we enter November and as lows in Bellbrook are dropping below freezing, there certainly is an air of readiness for the annual break.  Amongst a flurry of tests and quizzes, last minute assignments, there is little in the way of comfort for the students … Continue reading Colder Weather Brings Long-Awaited Break and Holiday Festivities

Recipe: How to Make Potato Donuts

By: Carter Caldwell Now I know what you’re thinking: potato donuts?  Why would someone even try to make that a thing?  To be completely honest, I don’t know, but my great-grandmother did, and they are out of this world. First, you’ll need your ingredients: 1 Cup granulated sugar 3 Tablespoons butter or oleo 3 Eggs 2 and 3/4 Cups Flour 4 Teaspoons  baking powder 1 Teaspoon … Continue reading Recipe: How to Make Potato Donuts

Tiger Woods is Back, And He Means Business

By: Carter Caldwell Since 2014, professional golfer Tiger Woods has been low-profile.  This is, in large part, due to his multiple microdiscectomy surgeries, which interfered immensely with his career.  However, in 2018, Woods announced he would be competing in his first ever PGA Tour, an event in which he faced 18 of the the top-20 players in the world.  As if the stakes weren’t high … Continue reading Tiger Woods is Back, And He Means Business

2018 World Series Approaches: Who and What to Watch Out For

By: Carter Caldwell October can be a bittersweet month for baseball fans: on one hand, your favorite sport’s time in the spotlight draws to a close, but on the other, the most exciting part of the season is at hand.  Yes, the 2018 World Series is coming fast, with the first game taking place on 23 October.  This year will be the 114th edition of … Continue reading 2018 World Series Approaches: Who and What to Watch Out For

Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes Off to An Impressive Start

By: Carter Caldwell The 2018 Ohio State Buckeyes have a lot to prove this season, and they are off to an impressive start. Despite their 11-2 record at the end of the regular season in 2017, the Buckeyes did not receive an invitation to the College Football Playoffs, which the Buckeyes notably won in 2015.  With nothing to look forward to except their chances in … Continue reading Urban Meyer and the Ohio State Buckeyes Off to An Impressive Start

BHS Graduates: Looking Ahead

By: Carter Caldwell Congratulations Class of 2018! pic.twitter.com/AjHqdRIJYo — Bellbrook High (@bellbrook_high) May 26, 2018 In 2018, Bellbrook High School saw 219 students graduate and take another step towards their futures.  Of those 219, 95% will pursue a college degree on 44 different campuses across the country.  Ohio schools proved especially popular, with over a quarter of students attending in-state schools such as Wright State … Continue reading BHS Graduates: Looking Ahead

Bellbrook Students Go On Air

By: Carter Caldwell   For the past eight weeks, some students at Bellbrook High School have been working on stories for a project called Dayton Youth Radio, with the help of WYSO’s Basim Blunt.  The project started when seniors Jack Long and Meghan Malas went to the WYSO Yellow Springs station to conduct research for the school podcast, The Egg. While at the station, the … Continue reading Bellbrook Students Go On Air

March Madness Recap, Part II: Round of 32

By: Carter Caldwell Round two of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament began on March 17.  Winners of the second round games advance to the Sweet Sixteen, bringing them one step closer to the National Championship.  This year’s Midwestern Round of 32 provided easy wins for Duke and Clemson, who both were able to beat their opponents by more than twenty points (Clemson, a … Continue reading March Madness Recap, Part II: Round of 32

March Madness Recap, Part I: Round of 64

By: Carter Caldwell This March, and every March since 1939, college basketball fans have gotten to participate in one of the most frustratingly exciting games of all-time: March Madness.  Every year, 68 schools in the NCAA’s Division I get to send a team to compete in the alluring tournament, out of which just one team will come out on top.  This year, just as every … Continue reading March Madness Recap, Part I: Round of 64