Securing the Cyber-Realm

by Kai Delsing “There are only two types of companies: those that have been hacked, and those that will be.” – Robert Mueller By 2020, the number of devices connected to the internet is projected to be 75 billion, as stated by SafeAtLast. In order to stay safe in this threatening cyber-realm, we need to be cyber-secure. We all boast that we will never be … Continue reading Securing the Cyber-Realm

Looking to buy a new car? Here’s how

by Connor Robinson Trying to buy a used car, especially if it’s your first time, can be a stressful experience. If you feel like you aren’t knowledgeable enough to properly check over a car, or don’t understand the process of obtaining the title and insurance, don’t fret, anyone can. Following some simple steps when negotiating the purchase of a new set of wheels can make the … Continue reading Looking to buy a new car? Here’s how

Powder Puff: Bellbrook’s Seniors Take the Field

By: Sarah Rovinsky Bellbrook’s seniors signed up two weeks ago to participate in Powder Puff, which is essentially a role reversal of a typical Friday night football game as girls play football while the boys cheer them on in ridiculous attire. The participants were randomly selected by senior adviser Mrs. Enderson and placed on one of the two teams: purple or white. Both groups practiced separately … Continue reading Powder Puff: Bellbrook’s Seniors Take the Field

Why the U.S. Needs to Sign the Paris Climate Deal

By Kate Barton Since November, environmental talks have been carried out in Paris with the goal to become completely independent of fossil fuels and restrict temperature increase to no more than 1.5 degrees Celsius. 196 countries have already agreed to the climate deal, but so far the U.S. is not one of them. The UN chief has expressed the desire for world leader to sign … Continue reading Why the U.S. Needs to Sign the Paris Climate Deal