Post AP Exam Extravaganza

By: Mitch Hughes The second week of AP exams is coming to a close. This means instruction in most AP classes has ended, because AP classes are designed so that students have completed the entire curriculum before the exam. For many schools, including our own, regular classes don’t end for another couple of weeks after AP exams. Unless teachers have other activities planned for the … Continue reading Post AP Exam Extravaganza

Ted Cruz “Suspends” Bid for Candidacy

By: Mitch Hughes The GOP field of presidential candidates that once had 17 people throwing their hats in the ring has now narrowed itself down to just 2. Ted Cruz has suspended his campaign following his defeat in the state of Indiana, which he claimed to be his “firewall state.” In his suspension announcement, Cruz stated, “From the beginning I’ve said that I would continue on … Continue reading Ted Cruz “Suspends” Bid for Candidacy

High 5! How to Prepare for Success on Your AP Exams

By: Mitch Hughes It’s early April, and for students taking AP classes, that can only mean one thing: it’s time to start preparing for AP exams. Just under a month remains until the infamous “AP Week,” which is actually the first two weeks of May, where AP exams are administered two classes per day. These two weeks and the days prior can be the most … Continue reading High 5! How to Prepare for Success on Your AP Exams

2016 Election Update

By: Mitch Hughes The primaries for the 2016 presidential election are nearly halfway complete, and the results so far could have never been predicted at the beginning of the campaign season. Donald Trump is leading the Republican pack with 458 delegates and Hillary Clinton is leading the Democrats with 760 delegates. To clinch the nomination  for the Republican and Democrat parties, a candidate needs 1,237 … Continue reading 2016 Election Update

State and City Officials Allow Residents to be Poisoned by Lead in Water Supply

By: Mitch Hughes Water. You may have heard of it. It is the foundation of life on earth and subsequently a daily necessity for us humans. It is recommended that each person drink at least eight cups of the stuff a day, if not more. Of course water is good for plenty of other things such as growing food, personal hygiene, generating electricity, putting out … Continue reading State and City Officials Allow Residents to be Poisoned by Lead in Water Supply

Who Wants to be a Billionaire?

By: Mitch Hughes People are lining up in gas stations and other local retailers all over the country to have their shot at winning an astonishing estimated 1.4 billion dollars. The current Powerball jackpot is at a record high, doubling the previous record of $656 million,  because nobody has won the jackpot since it opened up at $40 million on November 4, 2015. Players will … Continue reading Who Wants to be a Billionaire?

Exciting Big 12 Showdown in Kansas

By: Mitch Hughes On January 4, 2016, college basketball fans witnessed what may be one of the greatest games played in the past few years. The second-ranked Oklahoma Sooners traveled to Kansas to take on the first ranked Jayhawks. The Jayhawks triumphed over the Sooners 109-106 after the third overtime. This high-scoring display of two very talented teams will be remembered for some time and is … Continue reading Exciting Big 12 Showdown in Kansas

Sports You Didn’t Know Existed…Part 2

By: Mitch Hughes If you’re curious about the current NFL standings, how the Golden State Warriors are doing in their undefeated start to the NBA season, or perhaps what’s happening in the English Premier League, look no further because this article is not what you need. Not one of the aforementioned topics will be discussed, as you will have no trouble hearing about them from any … Continue reading Sports You Didn’t Know Existed…Part 2

Sports You Didn’t Know Existed

By: Mitch Hughes Have you grown tired of people only talking about a handful of sports? Are you tired of hearing about the endless scandals that the athletes of mainstream sports get tied up in?  When you hear grown men recite countless football, baseball, and basketball statistics that hold no real meaning, do you slightly die inside? Do you find yourself avoiding conversations with people … Continue reading Sports You Didn’t Know Existed

BHS Athlete Spotlight: Clay Cavanaugh

By: Mitch Hughes Clay Cavanaugh is a freshman here at BHS with a daffy personality and a clever mind. Clay is also a Varsity Cross Country runner and a member of the Freshman Boy’s Basketball team. Though he has developed into an impressive runner, basketball is his passion and he is thrilled about the beginning of his debut season at BHS. Now, here’s everything you wanted to … Continue reading BHS Athlete Spotlight: Clay Cavanaugh