Do BHS students use their lockers?

Students at Batavia were asked if they use their locker. Of those polled, 94 percent of the people asked answered no. It seems that the lockers assigned do not get used because More »

Batavia stays Home Rule

By Luke Zahner and Jason Talbott In the midterm elections, Batavia residents voted to keep the Home Rule law that allows the city to make its own decisions, separate from the state. More »

Drama department makes final preparations for ‘Chicago’

By Emma Kielion and Ben Barranco The Chicago musical put on by BHS students and directed by Dominic Cattero was performed in the BFAC on Nov. 7-10.   The Spectator sat down More »

Murphdawg’s legacy

By Ben Barranco and Emma Kielion Walking in on your first day in Film as Lit not knowing what to expect or what your teacher will be like. You open the door More »

Rerko, Sergio, sign basketball letters of intent

By Rachel Balsamo Batavia High School recently had two seniors on the girl’s basketball team sign their college letters of intent on November 14th. Ava Sergio to Winona State (Minnesota), and Geddy More »

 

BHS through the decades

By Evan Misner and Isabella Mikula Over the past 20-30 years at Batavia High School, the culture has changed but not many current teachers could share the changes. Coach Trippi Payne and Mrs. Miller has shared the changes they witnessed.

School dress code rivalries

There has been talk that schools should use dress codes. Students have decided if they either like dress codes or not. Graduated student Bri Dorpat states her opinion on dress codes Bri: “Dress code is important to schools. It makes

OPINION: The changing of lunch tables

By Isabella Mikula and Evan Misner Starting this year, Batavia High School decided to remove the old lunch tables and chairs, and replace them with bigger tables with attached chairs. From both of the perspectives of students and Dave Andrews,

Stoneberg teaches students to love tennis

By Isabella Helm It was what they hoped would be the last point. The two tennis players were at a score of nine to eight in the ultimate tiebreaker. With a swift forehand stroke, the Batavia player had won it.

Do BHS students use their lockers?

Students at Batavia were asked if they use their locker. Of those polled, 94 percent of the people asked answered no. It seems that the lockers assigned do not get used because students do not have the time to stop

REVIEW: Bitlife a game to check out

By Sophie Dominguez Want to know what it’s like to be a brain surgeon or get plastic surgery? Want to get the chance to have 17 kids and name them whatever you’d like? These are all things gamers can do

Review: ‘A Love Letter to You 3’ one of Redd’s best albums yet

Trippie Redd’s new album A Love Letter to You 3, which was released on Nov. 9, is one of his best albums. In this album, Redd shows more of a softer side. Redd’s albums have been a hit or miss

Long strives for greatness as one of wrestling program’s first females

By Grace Summers and Selena Lanham Every day the wrestlers walk in to see the following words painted on the walls of the wrestling room: “You walk into this room only a boy… with hard work and dedication, you WILL

Batavia stays Home Rule

By Luke Zahner and Jason Talbott In the midterm elections, Batavia residents voted to keep the Home Rule law that allows the city to make its own decisions, separate from the state. The ballot read “Shall the city of Batavia

Drama department makes final preparations for ‘Chicago’

By Emma Kielion and Ben Barranco The Chicago musical put on by BHS students and directed by Dominic Cattero was performed in the BFAC on Nov. 7-10.   The Spectator sat down with Mr. Cattero and asked him a series