OPINION: Batavia’s busted bathrooms

By Ben Barranco and Emma Kielion Bathrooms are a necessity everywhere you go. You would think in a school where children spend an average of seven hours a day, the bathrooms would More »

A look ahead at the annual Kaleidoscope Concert

By Renee Forsyth The Kaleidoscope concert is presented by the Batavia Music Program, which includes over 500 students and four music teachers. The music department has put on this program for nearly More »

Q&A: Jansey stays busy with football, WestExit

By Isabella Mikula Michael Jansey Jr. is a current senior at Batavia High School who is involved in football and track. Recently, Jansey has committed to Northwestern University and will be preparing More »

OPINION: Learning in the future

By Sophie Dominguez For the three and a half years I have been at Batavia high school, the clocks have always been between one and two minutes ahead of satellite time. They More »

2018 Bulldog golf – season in review

By Ari Fragen The Batavia men’s Bulldog golf team has yet another season under its belt, but this one was different. The 2018 season was the inaugural year of newly formed DuKane More »

 

Chicago Bears success so far due to three factors

By Evan Misner After four consecutive last-place finishes in the NFC North for the Chicago Bears, starting off this season 6-3 is looking really promising. Three big events occurred that led to a 6-3 record and a first-place standing in

OPINION: Batavia’s busted bathrooms

By Ben Barranco and Emma Kielion Bathrooms are a necessity everywhere you go. You would think in a school where children spend an average of seven hours a day, the bathrooms would be cleaner and more accessible. Surprisingly, they almost

OPINION: Landscaping helps students do better in school

By Rachel Balsamo and Isabella Helm Landscaping does so many things for the world around us but it also helps our students perform better in school. Greener landscaping at schools helps students to perform better in their classes according to

A look ahead at the annual Kaleidoscope Concert

By Renee Forsyth The Kaleidoscope concert is presented by the Batavia Music Program, which includes over 500 students and four music teachers. The music department has put on this program for nearly 10 years and has two performance times. “This is

Chicago Blackhawks made mistake in firing Coach Quenneville

By Christian Stevens What do you think of when someone mentions the Chicago Blackhawks? I know I think of the three Stanley Cup Championships in a matter of six seasons. One team winning that many championships in that short amount

Q&A: Jansey stays busy with football, WestExit

By Isabella Mikula Michael Jansey Jr. is a current senior at Batavia High School who is involved in football and track. Recently, Jansey has committed to Northwestern University and will be preparing to play on their football team. His goal

OPINION: Guns. Should teachers have them?

By Ari Fragen There have already been 17 school shootings in 2018, and a staggering 290 since the deadly Sandy Hook school shooting in 2013. One of the more recent shootings, at Parkland High School in Florida, has sparked fiery

OPINION: Learning in the future

By Sophie Dominguez For the three and a half years I have been at Batavia high school, the clocks have always been between one and two minutes ahead of satellite time. They have never matched our phones, Chromebooks, or any

OPINION: Will UConn win another national championship in women’s basketball?

By Rachel Balsamo Many college basketball fans out there, like myself, have started to worry about the future of the country’s best Division I women’s basketball team, the UConn Huskies. The Huskies have been 1st in the American Athletic Conference

OPINION: What are the chances the Bulldogs win a second straight state football title?

By Luke Zahner The Batavia football team, the reigning IHSA 7A state champs, are looking to go back to back this year. With a 10-0 record and fourth seed in the playoff bracket, their chances are high. NBC sports, the