Opinion

A Day in the Life of a Teenage Slacker

Many people believe that laziness is a skill. Those people would be wrong. Laziness is a way of life! Many attempt the lifestyle of a tasteful slacker, but…

Twitter’s Ministry  of Truth

Twitter’s Ministry of Truth

By Nima Cheraghi   Twitter has ripped a page right out of 1984, using it as a blueprint instead of a warning. Twitter’s lust for an Orwellian states comes…

How Do We Think About “The Trump Effect?”

By Andrew Cha This nation, since its birth, has witnessed a trend regarding the type of persons who campaign for the highest office in the land.  Sure there…

So You Want to Learn About the Extended Essay?

By Sophie Springer 4,000 words. One year to complete. Endless possible topics. It can only be one thing: the IB Extended Essay. What is the Extended Essay? It…

Barbies in Real Life

By Lily Lester   What do you call an extremely disproportionate figure that makes young children feel badly about their bodies? If your answer was Barbie, congrats! You’re…


Sports

Nats’ Strasburg Signs Long Term Extension

By: Matt Cohen On May 9, Washington Nationals starting pitcher […]

Since When is Dominating Wrong?

By: Ian Rosenblum After the thumping of the Syracuse Orange […]

2016 NFL Mock Draft 2.0

By: Matt Cohen Los Angeles Rams-Jared Goff, QB, Cal While […]

Dusty Baker Leading the Nats to Blistering Start

By: Matt Cohen Last season, the Nationals were pegged as […]

2016 NFL Mock Draft

By: Matt Cohen Rams-Carson Wentz QB, North Dakota State Reports […]

NHL Playoff Preview: Is This Finally the Year for the Caps?

By: Matt Cohen Eastern Conference Eastern Conference Quarterfinals Washington Capitals […]


Humor and Thereabout

Young Love

Killer in BCC (satire)

Fakeography: Ted Cruz

Trump America

The Red Corner: A column by Daniel Villar

The Greatest Threat on Earth

by D.A. Villar There are many things which can and […]

Cultural Ignorance Isn’t Confined to the Right

by D.A. Villar It is no secret that the left […]

Iberia: Home of the Lumpen

  by D.A. Villar   By any rational standard, the […]


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Students

A Jack of All Trade

by Lena Auerbach B-CC is home to students with all different interests. There’s athletes, actors, musicians, artists, student government leaders, debaters, writers, set designers, and much more.…

Are White People Allowed to Have Dreads?

Are White People Allowed to Have Dreads?

By Sandra Lopez Almost six months ago, our fellow student Emma Stewart (‘18) took on the challenge of getting dreadlocks. Emma has recently started meditating, becoming more…

Field Hockey Gives Back

by Rachel Danegger As only a sophomore, varsity field hockey player Tory Silver has applied her leadership skills on and off the field for the B-CC team.…

Teachers

Mr. Robinson: Teacher Turned Administrator

By Temuulen Tsedendorj This is Mr.Robinson’s thirteenth year at BCC High School, and he has had a tremendous time in the BCC community over the years. Mr. Sharif…

The Ornithologist in the B Hallway

The Ornithologist in the B Hallway

By Elliot Ginns…

Taylor’s Takes: Advice for a new year

Taylor’s Takes: Advice for a new year

Start the year with Care and Attention.…

Alumni

Kat Sampson: Editor of the Daily Texan

Kat Sampson: Editor of the Daily Texan

By Spencer Sampson The Daily Texan is one of the most established newspapers in the country and is college-run, founded by the University of Texas at Austin.…

Baron Nation: Linda Epstein

Baron Nation: Linda Epstein

Senior photo editor for McClatchy-Tribune…

Baron Nation: Rachel Cohn

Baron Nation: Rachel Cohn

By Marnie Klein, Contributor Maybe it’s luck, maybe it’s our fantastic English department, but B-CC has had a myriad of successfully published authors in the ranks of…

Music and Arts

All About Photography at B-CC

All About Photography at B-CC

by Sabrina Romviel Students in photography at B-CC don’t just learn how to take good photos. From developing black-and-white film to taking photos under water, the students…