Calamity at Astroworld kills 9 and injures many more

by Angel Okechukwu-Ozor On November 5, 9 people died as a result of a stampede at the Travis Scott concert at Astroworld in Houston and hundreds more were injured. The most recent festival was supposed to go on from Nov. 5 to Nov. 6, but due to death toll, most of it was cancelled. City officials and investigators still do not know what happened. According … Continue reading Calamity at Astroworld kills 9 and injures many more

Product Review: Snail slime in skincare?

By Abbie Stokes Skin care is something that everyone can truly enjoy- everyone has skin, and skin needs moisture, especially nearing the winter months when dryness is most despised. I went on a quest to find an all-around solid moisturizer that is good for all skin types.  What I found was the “Peach Slices Snail Rescue Oil Free Moisturizer” from Korean-American brand Peach & Lily. … Continue reading Product Review: Snail slime in skincare?

The company Facebook rebrands as Meta

by Angel Okechukwu-Ozor and Joshua Kiefer On Thursday, October 28, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg announced the new name Meta. According to New Scientist “Why has Facebook changed its name to Meta and what is the metaverse?” it states, “In this future, you will be able to teleport instantly as a hologram to be at the office without a commute, at a concert with friends, or … Continue reading The company Facebook rebrands as Meta

Bellbrook student offers some quarantine advice

by Bradley Jager As COVID cases continue, the Bellbrook School Board has made a new rule for quarantined students. If you are quarantined and can prove you have Covid-19 antibodies within 24 hours, you are then permitted to follow the modified quarantine the same as fully-vaccinated individuals. If you are unfortunate enough to be quarantined, I have some advice that may be of use. Having … Continue reading Bellbrook student offers some quarantine advice

A medieval-set video game sweeps gamers off their feet 

By: Angelique Taylor  Skyrim: The Elder Scrolls V is a game heavily focused on you, the Dragonborn, and includes weapons and locations from the middle-ages. It is a medieval role-play open-world environment consisting of wilderness expanses, dungeons, caves, cities, towns, fortresses, and villages. Playable from either a first or third-person perspective and published by Bethesda Softworks, Skyrim is the fifth main game in the Elder … Continue reading A medieval-set video game sweeps gamers off their feet 

College education doesn’t always equal a bigger income

By Grace Ruiz We’ve all heard it: The more education you have, the more money you make. But is that actually true? With many seniors and even juniors setting their sights on college, it’s important to understand all possible options, especially for people who don’t think college would fit them best. Apprenticeships and trade school, while costing less, can lead to a job that is … Continue reading College education doesn’t always equal a bigger income

Fran Bow presents a mysterious multiverse video game

  By: Angelique Taylor    Spoilers: Fran Bow Fran Bow Dagenheart is a former psychiatric patient of the Oswald Asylum and daughter of Martin Bow and Lucia Dagenheart. Named for the title character, the game has mysterious dark realities following the protagonist Fran Bow to the dark side and to the beauty of all.  Set in 1944, this game tells the story of Fran Bow Dagenheart struggling … Continue reading Fran Bow presents a mysterious multiverse video game

Bellbrook faces several key positions in elections

By: Reagan Morrow Mayor Michael Schweller is Bellbrook’s current mayor but running for another term. Member of Council Meredith Brinegar has been a Bellbrook resident for more than ten years. Brinegar’s values that guide her are transparency, inclusivity, citizen involvement, and science and evidence based decision making. To learn more visit https://www.meredithbrinegar.com/ Katherine Cyphers is a certified defense financial manager with more than 25 years … Continue reading Bellbrook faces several key positions in elections

Gamers shed tears for part two of this game 

By: Angelique Taylor  Spoilers: The Last of Us II The Last of Us II is based off of The Last of Us I by director Neil Druckmann. It is well-known as a post-apocalyptic zombie game surrounding love, war, and revenge between characters and factions that will tug at your heartstrings when you least expect it. The Last of Us I takes place in Seattle, Washington. … Continue reading Gamers shed tears for part two of this game 

For Honor and Dead By Daylight teaming up for Halloween

By: Joshua O. Kiefer Ubisoft and BEhavior interactive decided to team up and make something special for the small community that plays their games. The third person, medieval sword-fighting game, For Honor, and the third person horror game, Dead By Daylight, made the announcement by releasing a video of Larry, the execution dummy in For Honor, getting kidnapped by the Dead By Daylight’s killer, The … Continue reading For Honor and Dead By Daylight teaming up for Halloween