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REVIEW: ‘Oppenheimer’ an ‘American Prometheus’

REVIEW: ‘Oppenheimer’ an ‘American Prometheus’

Oppenheimer exceeds expectations with 13 Oscars and a powerful message in movie theaters and homes around the world. By Lylah Jakubiak In a crowded movie theater, darkness stretches across the screen. Suddenly, the audience is encapsulated by a rolling, roaring cloud of glowing fire that snakes across the black. The theater falls silent as they […]

FEATURE: Batavia Citizens of the Year


FEATURE: Batavia Citizens of the Year

By Addison Brown and Bella Punzio Dave and Marge Brown have worked to make a difference in Batavia and want to benefit the town in any way they can. They volunteer all over the town to try and improve the community. Doing so has led to them being awarded  Citizen of the Year. Dave and […]

OPINION: Batavia should up their game for spirit week


OPINION: Batavia should up their game for spirit week

By Angelyce House  It can be fun but also important to keep up with the school spirit like the spirit weeks. Our spirit weeks not only promote school spirit but bring students together, creating a welcoming environment for everyone. At Batavia High School, the student council and its committees are given the opportunity to choose […]

Top 5 coffee houses in Batavia


Top 5 coffee houses in Batavia

By Angelyce House  Starbucks : Handcrafted drinks, Lattes, and refreshers. You name it and Starbucks has it all. Starbucks is one of the most popular coffee places in Batavia. Their wide variety of customizable drinks and efficient service attracts the attention of all the coffee lovers and even more. With more than 10 million customers […]

OPINION: BHS repairs in need


OPINION: BHS repairs in need

Batavia high school’s lack of repairs has been affecting its students’ education and how they feel about the school’s environment. There have been many reports of bathrooms not being able to flush or clogging, and sinks not running water or not having hot water run out. Many classrooms have broken air conditioners or dysfunctional air […]

REVIEW: Netflix 2024 best women empowered movie yet


REVIEW: Netflix 2024 best women empowered movie yet

By Angelyce House  A dark fairytale came to life and was released March 8, starring Millie Bobby Brown as Elodie. Damsel, a Netflix original one of the top 10 today. The movie Damsel embraces a strong message of women empowerment, showing Elodie’s (Bobby Brown) fight for her life.  This young woman Elodie (Bobby Brown) lives […]

Top 5 Sweets places in Batavia


Top 5 Sweets places in Batavia

By Angelyce House  Batavia has many restaurants that have yet to be heard off, and restaurants that have made top 5 in being the best. Instead of going straight into some place new it’s always nice to have a little in sight and or opinion about this place. Below I listed the top 5 sweet […]

NEWS: Instagram page displaying student sent-in bugs around BHS


NEWS: Instagram page displaying student sent-in bugs around BHS

by Brooke VandeLoo and Sophie Nahorski Students at Batavia High School are fed up with the variety of bugs crawling around at this school. To spread awareness to this issue, Marisa Pepping, a junior at Batavia High School, has started an Instagram account called bhsbugs, created in September of 2021 when she was just a […]

OPINION: Batavia’s water fountains not often filtered


OPINION: Batavia’s water fountains not often filtered

By Angelyce House  At Batavia High School, students are given access to a water fountain refilling station. These refill stations have a filter sensor at the top, telling students if the water filter is good or not. Many people may say water has no taste but I think everyone can agree on the change in […]

FEATURE: Junior Sartain on a roll, come see what she has achieved


FEATURE: Junior Sartain on a roll, come see what she has achieved

By Angelyce House and Nela Sedlarova This softball player is getting some serious attention from her school and is only a junior in high school. She is  known for having red hair and being good at what she does. Being team captain and one of four people to be nominated for April’s athlete of the […]

Why It’s more beneficial to practice in a gymnastics gym rather than having a gymnastics gym in the school


Why It’s more beneficial to practice in a gymnastics gym rather than having a gymnastics gym in the school

By Bella Punzio Practicing in an actual gymnastics gym is more beneficial for me than having a gymnastics gym in the school. I think it would be cool to have a gymnastics gym in the school, but then if I think about it, I am not guaranteed the same equipment nor am I guaranteed a […]