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Top Five Things You Can do in Honor of Earth Day


Top Five Things You Can do in Honor of Earth Day

By Sophia Jech Earth Day is a holiday that comes once a year, but that doesn’t mean you have to be limited to sharing an Instagram post on it that day. There are many wonderful options you can use that can make an impact on the environment and be fun for you too; Not to […]

Ranking Denzel Curry’s albums


Ranking Denzel Curry’s albums

By Cole Conklin Originating in the underground music scene in Florida, the 27-year-old rapper and artist Denzel Curry has since become widely renowned and praised for his distinctive music style. His socially conscious yet aggressive lyrics have gained respect from millions. Inspired by artists such as XXXTentacion, Tupac Shakur, Rage Against the Machine, Kendrick Lamar, […]

Ranking Phoebe Bridgers’ album ‘Punisher’


Ranking Phoebe Bridgers’ album ‘Punisher’

   Phoebe Bridgers’ second solo album Punisher skillfully combines musicianship, lyricism, and vocals to create the perfect record for those moments when you’ve hit rock bottom but still want to boogie. This ranking was difficult to make as this is one of those rare records where every song is top-notch. So, just because a track might […]

Artistic Process with Villacreses


Artistic Process with Villacreses

By Alice Neville NAHS student Ella Villacreses shares the process she goes through in creating a piece of artwork. Finding Inspiration For ideas, I generally go off of a simple concept which I then make more complex as I continue the piece. My ideas randomly pop up and it’s very hard to commit to certain […]

Take our 2010’s music quiz and see how well you do!


Take our 2010’s music quiz and see how well you do!

By Emma Stoodley and Paige Blasi What was the number one hit of 2010? Who were the top five most popular artists of this decade based on the Billboard Top 100?  What Bruno Mars song was the most popular in 2010?  What was the most popular album of 2010?  How old was Justin Bieber when […]

Students pay the price, Chick-Fil-A should be providing students at BHS with lunch


Students pay the price, Chick-Fil-A should be providing students at BHS with lunch

By Darian Susic A cookie, burger, and water totaling $7.75. Currently, the amount students have to pay for a small school lunch is preposterous. Just getting a burger and water costs $6.25 and if a student got this minimal meal every day of the week that would total $31.25. This is why I propose that […]

Batavia small businesses: Small but mighty


Batavia small businesses: Small but mighty

By Ava Curran, Faith Borre, Amanda Melvin https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AE23K2qOqB1_pgxJ_dH71rmmibGpB753/view?usp=sharing

Top 5 things for your staycation


Top 5 things for your staycation

By Evie Lopez As spring break is approaching some of us will not travel out of state. For those of us who will not be traveling but still want to go and explore, here is a list of some spots to go and explore. From the city to the woods here are some ideas and […]

Q&A with senior Logan Lin


Q&A with senior Logan Lin

By Cole Conklin Logan Lin is a senior at BHS. He participates in tennis, gaming, working out, lego building, and more. He currently lives in Batavia with his family, including his two parents, a younger brother, and two cats. He’s currently looking to attend Indiana University or the University of Iowa and major in psychology. […]

Why Dachshunds are the best dogs


Why Dachshunds are the best dogs

By: Desiree Mathiasson You might know them as hot dog dogs, wiener dogs, or sausage dogs – but I know them as the best dogs on the planet, and here’s why! Whether it’s because of their quirky personality, sense of humor, or variety, dachshunds bring something to the table for everyone and are such a […]