by Khacor Tigner The Class of 2020 are all set out to do some amazing things in their lives. Four seniors responded to questions in an Instagram story to showcase what’s next for the class of 2020. Jada Murphy, senior class vice president, said, “After high school I plan on going to Bowling Green State University to further my education. My goal is to become … Continue reading What’s next for the 2020 class?
By: Khacor Tigner This is a hard time for all seniors as they get to say their last goodbyes to Bellbrook High School not together but apart. In this historic event, principal David Hann has laid out a plan to have a socially-distanced celebration in the face of this pandemic. The date of graduation will not change. On May 16, the class of 2020 will … Continue reading Plans for the Graduation of The Class of 2020
by Khacor Tigner and Megan Hyer With the mandatory stay at home order, schooling got a little complicated and a lot different. It is definitely a big change to go from 8am to 3pm Monday through Friday to some classes Monday and Thursday and other Tuesday and Friday and no set hours. Remote learning has been implemented by not only high schools in the community, … Continue reading Remote Learning: What are the Impacts?
By: Khacor Tigner It is no secret that the world is in full pandemic mode with many countries closing down non-essential activities. However, until recently Americans and people in our community thought that COVID-19 was nothing more than a mild flu. Thus with COVID-19 reaching its peak months as reported by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), what can you do to help flatten the … Continue reading Flattening The Curve: What Can You Do?
By: Khacor Tigner and Sarah Bevelhymer Former Vice President Joe Biden made a comeback from being one of the candidates with the least amount of delegates to the candidate with the most after Super Tuesday. Joe Biden currently has 627 delegates, replacing the former front runner Bernie Sanders who has 551 delegates. The other candidates that were notable in previous caucuses/primaries–Pete Buttigieg, Elizabeth Warren, and … Continue reading Democratic Primaries Leave Two Clear Front Runners
By: Khacor Tigner The Iowa caucus is the first primary in the race for president and the nomination for the candidates given party. However, for the first time ever in history the caucus ended in unknown results with an error in the app that was supposed to help with the caucus. Pete Buttigieg claimed an early victory, with many decrying this action. Other candidates like … Continue reading The Iowa Caucus Ends In Confusion, While the New Hampshire Primary Reveals Some Surprises
By: Khacor Tigner February 5 marked the end of the Senate impeachment trial, where President Donald J. Trump was the third president in recorded United States history to be impeached and then acquitted in the US Senate. Senator Mitt Romney became the first ever Senator to vote against his party for the removal of a sitting president. Senator Romney gave a emotional speech on how … Continue reading Impeachment Ends With A Surprise Vote From Senator Romney
By: Khacor Tigner For the first time in 4 years, the Navy’s Midshipmen demolished the Army’s Black Knights 31-7. This win was highly expected according to polls conducted by ESPN.com, with the Navy throughout the game never falling below 50 percent to win. The Army’s season was by all accounts rough as they achieved a 5-7 record compared to the Navy’s impressive 9-2 record. President … Continue reading Trump Announces New Policy at Army-Navy Game
By: Khacor Tigner In Russia there is a new sport taking the country by storm: slapping. There are competitions for all genders as they compete for a monetary prize. The rules for slapping are fairly simple: two people stand across from each other–usually on opposite sides of a table–one person leans forward while another slaps them as hard as possible. They continue until a person … Continue reading Russian Slapping Champ Dethroned
By: Khacor Tigner The eight Ivies–Cornell, Brown, University of Pennsylvania, Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth, Princeton, and Columbia–are known quite well by the American community, and even on the world stage. This is due to their high standard for academics. However, the Ivy League is also a sports league; they are not just academics. The Ivy League is not as big as the Big Ten Conference. They … Continue reading OPINION: The Toxicity Towards The Ivy League Conference is Misplaced