Food for Your Grad Party: What Everybody Wants to See on the Table

By: Chelsea Cozad Whether you’re thinking of catering from a favorite restaurant or preparing everything by yourself, these are the top 6 items everybody wants to see when they arrive at your celebration. Chick-fil-A Nuggets Okay, even if it’s not a party who doesn’t crave these bite-size pieces of deliciousness? Trays come in small, medium, and large sizes so you can customize it to the … Continue reading Food for Your Grad Party: What Everybody Wants to See on the Table

The Highlight Reel for 2018’s Musical Nominees

by Katie Giffin Another year of Broadway is coming to a close with the Tony Awards set to take place on June 10 in Radio City Music Hall, New York City. With a year full of breathtaking revival shows, like My Fair Lady and Carousel, and brand new shows that dazzled the audience, like The Band’s Visit and Mean Girls, here are some of the highlights of the people and shows nominated … Continue reading The Highlight Reel for 2018’s Musical Nominees

Senior Week 2018 Renews Old Traditions and Brings New Ones

by Drew Ward As the year winds down and summer is on the horizon, the seniors are overfilled with joy of graduating. The week of May 14-May 18 was Senior Week. The week commenced with Meme Day on Monday. Memes are uber relevant in our culture today and the seniors were super excited to show off and laugh all day. Tuesday was Career Day. Careers … Continue reading Senior Week 2018 Renews Old Traditions and Brings New Ones

Tips for performing- without the pre-show puking

by Katie Giffin After months of preparation, stress, and hard work, when the day of the performance finally arrives, it is a terrifying mixture of crushing anxiety and overwhelming excitement. It is the culmination of all the effort put forth to create a piece of art. It is the showcase of all the late nights, the stress, and the lack of sleep. However, it is … Continue reading Tips for performing- without the pre-show puking

BHS Safety Protocols: How We Keep Students Safe

By: Sara Wolf On February 14, 2018, Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School experienced loss beyond what can be expressed with words. They experienced the horrific situation that sits atop a student and staff member’s list of fears, arguably the worst scenario to take place within school walls: a school shooting. Fourteen students and three staff members lost their lives to bullets fired by former Stoneman Douglas … Continue reading BHS Safety Protocols: How We Keep Students Safe

Smoothies for Springtime

By Katie Giffin With springtime knocking at our doors, what better way to celebrate the incoming warm weather than with a fresh and energizing fruit smoothie. Here are some of my favorite smoothie recipes. Blend these ingredients together in the order they are listed and enjoy! Sunburst Smoothie  1/3 cup of  frozen papaya 1/3 cup of frozen mandarin oranges 1/3 cup of frozen pineapple 2/3 cup … Continue reading Smoothies for Springtime

What made the difference for Bellbrook Women’s Basketball?

by Lauren Redfern During the 2017-2018 Girls Basketball Season, Coach Jason Tincher preached to the team that the season is comparable to writing a book. While the book ended one chapter short on Friday, March 16, the Golden Eagles comprised a story that will be talked about for years to come. At one point during the the season the team had a record of 8-7. … Continue reading What made the difference for Bellbrook Women’s Basketball?

March Madness Recap, Part II: Round of 32

By: Carter Caldwell Round two of the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament began on March 17.  Winners of the second round games advance to the Sweet Sixteen, bringing them one step closer to the National Championship.  This year’s Midwestern Round of 32 provided easy wins for Duke and Clemson, who both were able to beat their opponents by more than twenty points (Clemson, a … Continue reading March Madness Recap, Part II: Round of 32

March Madness Recap, Part I: Round of 64

By: Carter Caldwell This March, and every March since 1939, college basketball fans have gotten to participate in one of the most frustratingly exciting games of all-time: March Madness.  Every year, 68 schools in the NCAA’s Division I get to send a team to compete in the alluring tournament, out of which just one team will come out on top.  This year, just as every … Continue reading March Madness Recap, Part I: Round of 64