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Things to do for free

By Owen Lehman       Do you ever find yourself bored, broke, and desperate for something to do? Well struggle no more because here are some ideas for activities you can do for free.   Go on a nature

Socks and bed

By Owen Lehman Everyone has a pet peeve. Some of these pet peeves are noticing things that certain people do, like bite their nails, pick their nose, and tapping their feet. Some of these habits we notice can either be

Senioritis with Betzy Garcia

By Owen Lehman High school is a long stressful four years. Believe it or not, but some students are unsure what they want to do after high school. Some students base their classes off what they want to do with

A favorite food to consider for the holiday season

By Lauren Burnham   Spinach poppers. Delicious lumps of rice and spinach, bound together by melted cheese, with spices to add flavor and aroma. The spinach popper, homemade and home loved. Spinach has been one of the most hated enemies of

Mary Dvorak: A walking miracle

You’re having a bad day and all you want to do is long board with your friend. Things are going great, until things get a little winding. You find yourself carving corners you have never even thought about, then all

Ways to ease the excruciating pain of PARRC testing

by Aaron Viland Political doodles What better way to express your disgust with the ‘fascist pigs’ in Washington D.C. than through doodles in the extended response section of the test? Maybe you badly desire to express the similarities you’ve observed

Season preview: Wrestling kicks season off with high expectations

By Owen Lehman Head coach: Scott Bayer Years coaching at BHS: 10 Asst. coaches: Ryan Farwell and Greg Schroeder Last season’s highlights (including record): The Bulldog Wrestling team won the Upstate Eight Conference – River Division last season.  The Bulldogs were 7-0

Thurston has high hopes this weekend against Cary-Grove

By: Davis Ward A football team is usually defined by its leaders. One leader for the Bulldogs is middle-linebacker Colin Thurston. Thurston seems to always bring up the intensity for the defense to a whole new level every game. In

A New Scene: Batavia’s Musical Outburst

Batavia’s music scene is growing quickly; five groups comprised entirely of BHS students have surfaced over the past six months. These Batavian artists have collectively changed the face of the city’s music scene, one that was long overdue said Kyle

Classroom Madness

by Jack Church Businesses lose $1.2 billion in productivity during March Madness, according to ESPN.com. Classrooms are no different. Students with chromebooks are often typing away for their class, but when when the month of March comes, all hell breaks