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Recomendations for Ungrateful Students

Recomendations for Ungrateful Students

By Mr. Taylor, English Teacher With the college application season just about over, a huge sigh of relief can be heard as our seniors kick back, ignore their reading homework, and say, “Thankfully that whole thing is over.” Thankfully, indeed. But just what are they thankful for? And who are they thanking? Perhaps they’re thankful […]

Calm Down, Teachers…Thanks Is On Its Way

Calm Down, Teachers…Thanks Is On Its Way

By LexieAndreass First of all, it’s only March. Chill. There’s plenty of time for students to come forward with their thank you notes and gifts. Now if it were April, I would understand. But I think, in accordance with many others, that this outrage by teachers is a tad premature. Second of all, if there […]

Young Olympians

Young Olympians

By Leah Levin – Pensler Imagine yourself: A Junior in high school. Seems pretty normal? There’s more to it. You’ve dedicated the past decade of your life to one thing: snowboarding. From the age of seven, it’s been your rock and you’ve never loved anything else like it. Somehow, you manage to be a straight […]

Metros Swim and Dive Champs

Metros Swim and Dive Champs

By Wyatt Fritz The meet began Thursday with girls diving where Amy Roach and Victoria Barnett started the meet off on the right foot with Victoria just off the top 20 divers and in a scoring position while Amy had a personal best and her highest metros yet. Friday night began with the 500 freestyles […]

The Future of Mulch Madness

The Future of Mulch Madness

24 March 2014

The Mulch Sale, one of our biggest fundraisers of the year has its positives, and its negatives. It’s a beautiful sight to see so many students leaving their practices, or arriving early in the morning (whether by driving or by bus) to serve their community and help raise a little “somethin’ somethin’”, for the school. […]

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Outdoor Track Institutes Cuts

21 March 2014

On Saturday, March 8th, about 150 B-CC students came to the school track for the beginning of the Outdoor Track and Field Season. Outfitted in running pants and new sneakers, they looked relatively the same as athletes from past years. But this season there was one big change to the tryout process: cuts. The coaches […]

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Chris Christie

Chris Christie

20 February 2014

By Nicole Valentine A man who has been in the national news a lot lately is New Jersey’s Governor Chris Christie. Christie’s administration is being blamed for days worth of traffic jams on the bridge that leads to the George Washington Bridge in Fort Lee. This two lane closure came from the order of David […]

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The Winter Shoe Trend

The Winter Shoe Trend

11 February 2014

By Julia Matteson I think we all remember the time when Uggs dominated the feet of every 10-17 year old girl in the country, especially in Bethesda. But in the past few years, rain boots, duck boots and riding boots have become the footwear of choice for most teen girls. Many of these shoes started […]

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Deep Breath

Deep Breath

11 February 2014

By Judy Ramos We’re in High school, everyday faced with homework, projects, and new lessons. So much to learn and so much to do. It’s only normal that we get stressed out! When this happens, we typically hear “Take a deep breath”. The phrase is used so often that you could call it a ‘figure of speech’. […]

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Why We Should Impeach Mitchell Broadwater

11 February 2014

By Haley Callicott As the leader of our school, it should be basic duty of the president to know the names of the student body. I’m not saying the president should memorize each individual’s name, but it would be a better address as opposed to just “hey you!” Mitchell Broadwater has violated his duty as […]

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