Netflix’s Cheer Shows the Athleticism of the Sport

by Cambree Bernkopf In Greg Whiteley’s documentary series, Cheer, which built up an large fan base after the release in January, the young athletes of Navarro College’s 14-time national championship-winning cheerleading team repeatedly lift, throw and catch teammates–and risk injury. This documentary shows the pain, anguish, and dedication that comes with competitive cheerleading. Some parts are very hard to watch because of how intense and … Continue reading Netflix’s Cheer Shows the Athleticism of the Sport

Coronavirus cancelling the 2020 Olympics?

by Cambree Bernkopf Summer 2020 Olympics are set to take place in Tokyo, Japan. The Olympics have sold more than $1.25 billion in advertising, but what about the coronavirus outbreak there? As of March 4, there are more than 1000 cases with eight deaths in Japan. The coronavirus, originating in China, is not something to be dealt with lightly. It is highly contagious. This has … Continue reading Coronavirus cancelling the 2020 Olympics?

Opinion: Why Lo-Fi Has Become my Go-to Music

by Josh Hypes I often question when my obsession with Lo-Fi began; I believe it was about two years ago when I was first exposed to it. One day I was scrolling through my YouTube recommended videos when it came up; I decided to give it a play. The strange distorted sound threw me off. None of the tones really worked with one another; however, … Continue reading Opinion: Why Lo-Fi Has Become my Go-to Music

Eagle Eats plans to feed the community

By: Morgan Sharbaugh Eagle Eats, a program created by the National Honors Society students, will provide food for the students in the Bellbrook-Sugarcreek Community who struggle to find affordable food. Effective as soon as the necessary funding is provided, Eagle Eats will start assembling packed lunches put together with non-perishable foods and distributing them to the students across the three schools in the district who … Continue reading Eagle Eats plans to feed the community

Swim team triumphs in 2019-2020 season

By: Morgan Sharbaugh The swim team trained hard all season to have the Women’s team defeat Oakwood in the SWBL meet, and have junior, Cam Bybee, take 15th in the state for a 200 Free. The Women’s team spent most of the SWBL meet neck and neck with Oakwood until finally pulling into the lead. They broke Oakwood’s 17-year winning streak. Head Coach Rob Johnson … Continue reading Swim team triumphs in 2019-2020 season

The Iowa Caucus Ends In Confusion, While the New Hampshire Primary Reveals Some Surprises

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

Impeachment Ends With A Surprise Vote From Senator Romney

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

What’s on My Ballot on March 17th?

by Josh Hypes On March 17, Ohio residents were headed to the polls to participate in party primaries and vote on local levies. The vote has been delayed, so there is still time to request your ballot and prepare. This election is different then the last one since the ballot is dependent on the voter’s choice of whether or not they will take part in … Continue reading What’s on My Ballot on March 17th?

The Languages of Love

by Sarah Bevelhymer With Valentine’s Day on Friday, many would agree it is the season of love. Whether you have a significant other or are still waiting to find the perfect person, you can’t deny love is in the air. In a book by Gary Chapman titled The Five Love Languages, Chapman describes five categories of ways to express heartfelt love and commitment between romantic partners. … Continue reading The Languages of Love