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Baseball prepares to kick off second varsity season
Thank you, Kobe.

Thank you, Kobe.

January 30, 2020

Several celebrity deaths have changed the way I think about certain things. Nipsey Hussle and Juice WRLD, a Chicago native...

New NCAA ruling affects future of bear athletes

New NCAA ruling affects future of bear athletes

January 30, 2020

The NCAA (National Collegiate Athletic Association) took a major step into the future of college sports. Student-athletes will be able to receive compensation from “use of their name, image and likeness” said the top NCAA governing board. This new ruling could affect some Bridgeland signees as they sign their National Letter of Intent. 

Big game, bigger players

Big game, bigger players

December 18, 2019

September 22, one of the biggest rivalries in English football took place as Chelsea faced off against Liverpool.

Senior Spotlight: Zana Tello
From the diamond to the desk
The pressure of perfection

The pressure of perfection

January 31, 2020

As of November 18, 2019, 47% of the junior class had a 6.0 GPA or higher. Based on the pressure coming from parents, school, society and even more, students like junior Jacob Grosch began to give up on even trying to do their best due to the fear of not matching up to the standards they hold. It’s almost as if high school is an arena. 

A picture is worth a thousand miles

A picture is worth a thousand miles

December 19, 2019

Cara Hudson stands in front of some of her biggest supporters as she finds out she’s been nominated for something big, and in a few months time she will stand in front of them again, this time on a stage thousands of miles from home. 

Be Someone: a season of marching success

Be Someone: a season of marching success

November 10, 2019

With three years of being active, Bridgeland Band already has some impressive achievements for such a new band under their belt. With their recent wins along with last years’ they’ve come far, but that doesn't mean they aren’t still growing. 

No Snooze? You Lose

No Snooze? You Lose

October 1, 2019

3 a.m. Everyone else in the house is fast asleep dreaming of faraway lands. The distinct clicking of a keyboard can be heard down the hall. Someone is still awake. An exhausted teen sits awake at their desk. Folders are strewn about with no clear order and sticky notes filled with reminders on every open surface. They’re hunched over their computer, hurriedly completing an English essay so they can move onto the unfinished science project that’ll take them the rest of the night to finish if they’re lucky.

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