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REVIEW: Mean Girls ‘24 doesn’t measure up to original, what happened?


REVIEW: Mean Girls ‘24 doesn’t measure up to original, what happened?

Excellent movie remake opportunity ruined by casting and writing flaws Fluorescent blue lights flash in a shadowed room full of teenage partygoers frozen in time, their faces darkly illuminated by the pulsating sheen. Through it all, Renee Rap, playing Regina George, hypnotizes a stunned audience with her melodious voice, dominating the motionless Halloween party.  This […]

OPINION: ‘I just want to sleep.’


OPINION: ‘I just want to sleep.’

Why BHS should start school later By Lylah Jakubiak This school year, BHS has accumulated almost a week’s worth of E-learning and snow days. As a result, many students ended up sleeping in during this time. Now back in school, some students are beginning to question the 7:35 start time, wishing for their morning sleep […]

10 best places to visit in Batavia: BHS student-approved list


10 best places to visit in Batavia: BHS student-approved list

Covering 10 square miles, Batavia has various shops, restaurants, and perfect day-trip spots for a fun afternoon. While it may seem daunting to pick just a few things to do, this list took input straight from local Batavia students to shine a spotlight on the top 10 best places to visit in Batavia. Funway Funway […]

NEWS: Where funding lacks, BHS’s club diversity grows: Esports Club


NEWS: Where funding lacks, BHS’s club diversity grows: Esports Club

Popular new Esports Club hosts first meeting By Lylah Jakubiak A new club introduced itself this week: esports. Led by Connor Legoretta, the club plans on making its debut next Wednesday with an esports team planning to follow next school year. Esports, or Electronic sports, is a career and hobby in which people play video […]

A revived BHS tradition: Key Club’s Top Dog Talent Show


A revived BHS tradition: Key Club’s Top Dog Talent Show

Q&A with Key Club’s president, Emilie Jack. By: Lylah Jakubiak Top Dog, originally known as Mr. BHS, is a student-led event which has been hosted by Key Club for almost 40 years. After COVID’s inevitable closing of the show, it returned last year, rebranded from Mr. BHS to Top Dog. The tradition was supposed to […]