OPINION: SAT and ACT should be eliminated

By Kyle Rindt Imagine a test in which your entire life depends on. Getting a high score would ensure success for life, while if you get a bad score then the person More »

Opinion – BHS has a good policy of not adjusting the buses schedule on late starts

By Kyle Rindt Imagine it’s Thursday and tomorrow there is a final in our class, your teacher has said over and over again that they are only available this Thursday and no More »

Is BHS concerned over the coronavirus?

By Kyle Rindt Over the past few months, there has been an alarming amount of cases reported in China about a mysterious illness, Coronavirus. Throughout February, the virus has spread to 82 More »

FEATURE: The Dress Code at BHS

By Madi Walschmidt and Ben Budke “What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is an instant language.” —Miuccia Prada. More »

Dance Team takes 18th at IHSA State

By Ryan Ingold The Batavia Dance Team is headed to the IHSA state competition, and will hit the floor Jan. 31. The Bulldogs earned their state bid with a fifth-place finish at More »

 

REVIEW: Reusable Bags by Bumkins a solid investment

By Allie Perez When it comes to packing food to go, a plastic sandwich bag is a must. Or is it?  Although plastic bags seem like a staple, there are alternative options that are environmentally friendly. A company called Bumkins

The top 3 most influential people in the world today

By Kyle Rindt Through the course of human history, the world has seen hundreds and thousands of people in power from presidents, prime ministers, queens, kings, emperors, chancellors and many more titles that are given to people that are in

OPINION: SAT and ACT should be eliminated

By Kyle Rindt Imagine a test in which your entire life depends on. Getting a high score would ensure success for life, while if you get a bad score then the person will be unsuccessful for years and decades to

Review comparing Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruises

By Kyle Rindt Ever wounding what vacation you could take over spring break? Well, you should go on one of the 314 different cruise ships that will take you across the world. But with each offering almost the same experience,

Opinion – BHS has a good policy of not adjusting the buses schedule on late starts

By Kyle Rindt Imagine it’s Thursday and tomorrow there is a final in our class, your teacher has said over and over again that they are only available this Thursday and no other day for extra help. Somehow the alarm

Is BHS concerned over the coronavirus?

By Kyle Rindt Over the past few months, there has been an alarming amount of cases reported in China about a mysterious illness, Coronavirus. Throughout February, the virus has spread to 82 countries, including one hundred people in the U.S.

OPINION: BHS should recycle plastic

By Aubrey Rupp At Batavia High School there is no shortage of plastic products. Whether it be a lemonade bottle from the cafeteria or plastic spoons and forks, there is no denying that Batavia uses a lot of it. Although

FEATURE: The Dress Code at BHS

By Madi Walschmidt and Ben Budke “What you wear is how you present yourself to the world, especially today when human contacts are so quick. Fashion is an instant language.” —Miuccia Prada. Students, today dress to fit the guidelines of

Johnson putting finishing touches on HS basketball career

By Ryan Ingold and Kyle Neibch Batavia Boys Basketball Coach Jim Nazos has had the opportunity to coach some very good basketball players during his long coaching career, but there is one player that really stands out: Jayden Johnson.  With

BHS student Bella Jordan plans on walking to the Louisville rowing team

By Aubrey Rupp and Lauren Kalsch A senior at Batavia Highschool, Bella Jordan, is taking a large step in her athletic career.  She has recently decided to be a walk-on recruit for the University of Louisville rowing team in the