Forty-one Batavia athletes commit to play in college

By Izzy Mach, Brandon Kalsch, and Emma Exon Senior year is an exciting time for any young adult. But as graduation day comes closer and closer, some members of the class of More »

FEATURE: Schlenker hurdling one goal after another

By Mary Shields Sabrina Schlenker hears the crowd cheering as she waits for the running mark. When she begins her event she can feel the wind on her face as she sprints More »

Stein continues Batavia High School art department winning streak

By Sara Nolasco The VALEES or Valley Education for Employment System’s 2018 Graphic Student of the Year went to senior Haley Stei, previously won by Claire Hammock continuing the winning streak for More »

INCubator pitch night considered a success

By Allyson Mata Batavia High School juniors and seniors presented on the Batavia Fine Arts Centre stage on Wed., May 16 for Pitch Night, a Shark Tank-style competition where groups of four More »

2018 prom considered a success

By Hailey Holt On May 5 Batavia High School held their annual prom celebration at the Museum of Science and Industry. Every year the school tries to switch up venues so that More »

 

Forty-one Batavia athletes commit to play in college

By Izzy Mach, Brandon Kalsch, and Emma Exon Senior year is an exciting time for any young adult. But as graduation day comes closer and closer, some members of the class of 2018 are more prepared than others as they

OPINION: More emphasis should be placed on human space exploration

By Allison Pumo Humans could soon be heading to Mars. Humans have been exploring Mars with robots and special space technology for over 40 years, but soon, scientists plan to send humans to Mars to get a closer look themselves.

Space technology advancing rapidly

By Allison Pumo Space technology has come a long way since the first man in space, Yuri Alekseyevich Gagarin, in 1961. The flight was only 1 hour and 48 minutes. Shortly after, the first American, Alan Shepard, went to space.

Space debris should be considered problematic

By Allison Pumo Space debris has been a growing issue over the years, gathering outside of planet Earth for years and years. Space debris is not only made of man-made objects. It is also made from natural objects as well,

FEATURE: Schlenker hurdling one goal after another

By Mary Shields Sabrina Schlenker hears the crowd cheering as she waits for the running mark. When she begins her event she can feel the wind on her face as she sprints to be the first one to leap over

OPINION: Guns should be banned to curb violence

By Joanna Garcia So far in 2018 there have been 18 shootings, which is an average of one shooting per week, according to David Emery, an author for Snopes. To reduce violence, guns should be banned. The U.S has the

Q&A: Wilson sets school relay record as freshman

By Izzy Mach Davinia Wilson is a freshman at Batavia High School involved with track and field. Davinia and her relay team including Symone Houston-Davis, Sabrina Schlenker, Tori Ortiz broke the old 2015 and 2016 school record in the 400

Stein continues Batavia High School art department winning streak

By Sara Nolasco The VALEES or Valley Education for Employment System’s 2018 Graphic Student of the Year went to senior Haley Stei, previously won by Claire Hammock continuing the winning streak for Batavia High School. For this year design challenge,

FEATURE: Lollapalooza is a popular event for a reason

By Joanna Garcia The excitement running through your body as your in line is surreal. The security line seems so long, everyone is looking at each other admiring each other’s creative outfits.  Girls have different colored glitter falling down their

REVIEW: Do not miss season two of ‘Unfortunate Events’

By Allyson Mata Daniel Handler’s books A Series of Unfortunate Events are brought to life on Netflix when three children Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire parents die in a terrible house fire as  are sent to countless different homes an