Wait, We Have a School Newspaper!?

By: Carter Caldwell Now, if you’re reading this, I hope you know that Bellbrook has a school newspaper.  EagleView News has online articles dating back to September of 2013, with new articles getting posted every month. The staff for EagleView News consists of Bellbrook sophomores, juniors, and seniors, all led by Ms. Bills-Tenney.  Meetings occur during mentor, but a large part of class is done … Continue reading Wait, We Have a School Newspaper!?

OPINION: Teachers Protest in the Carolinas

By Jade Edwards Thousands of teachers used a personal day on Wednesday, May 1 to protest in Columbia, South Carolina, contributing to the inevitable closing of at least five school districts.  On the same day, a mass protest in Raleigh, North Carolina effectively closed more than 40 school districts and charter schools. Why are these teachers doing this? They find the sacrifice of being out … Continue reading OPINION: Teachers Protest in the Carolinas

Here Are Some Ohio Activities for the Summer

By: Emily Bevelhymer If you are stuck in Ohio this summer, things can get pretty boring. Friends post pictures of themselves on the beach while you are stuck at home. Instead of moping around this summer being envious of friends, explore these fun activities in Ohio that are sure to bring some enjoyment while others are laying on the beach. The Cincinnati Art Museum – … Continue reading Here Are Some Ohio Activities for the Summer

Refreshing Summer Treat Recipe: Mandarin Orange Salad

By: Emily Bevelhymer The arrival of spring has brought beautiful weather and the imminent arrival of summer promises to bring even more long, sunny days. The warmer weather inspires me to make treats that are fresh and light. One of my favorites to make during this time of year is mandarin orange salad. It combines the best fruits of the season and makes it sweet … Continue reading Refreshing Summer Treat Recipe: Mandarin Orange Salad

Seniors prepare for the great escape

By: Morgan Sharbaugh Bellbrook High’s seniors are gearing up for the great escape: graduation. On May 18, they will walk across the stage and be free. But as of May 1, there are still 17 days left. In those 17 days, our seniors are packed with fun activities to celebrate the end of their rule over underclassmen. Monday, May 6 is Invisible Day. The Seniors … Continue reading Seniors prepare for the great escape

2 Dead in University of North Carolina Shooting

by Arden Lunay On Tuesday, April 30, 22 year old gunman Trystan Andrew Terrell opened fire at the University of North Carolina’s Charlotte campus, killing 2 and injuring 4 more. Terrell is in custody and the campus remained on lockdown for Tuesday afternoon and evening. Campus police were able to get to the scene before Terrell was able to leave the room where the shooting … Continue reading 2 Dead in University of North Carolina Shooting

Sugar Maple Festival Sweeps Through Bellbrook

By: Morgan Sharbaugh On April 26 through 28, the Bellbrook Sugar Maple Festival brought joy to everyone in the town. On Saturday the 27th, at 10:30, hundreds of people were lined up to view the parade. Float after float and group after group, the parade made its way through downtown Bellbrook, featuring the high school’s successful sports teams, JROTC, and marching band. Volunteer organizations marched … Continue reading Sugar Maple Festival Sweeps Through Bellbrook

Movies in Review: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile

by Abbey Raison The newest Netflix film Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile has become popular after the mini documentary series Conversations with a Killer: The Ted Bundy Tapes was released earlier this year. The new film documents Ted Bundy’s trials, time in jail, and his struggling relationship with his significant other, Liz. I recently watched this film with a friend who is also interested … Continue reading Movies in Review: Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile