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Why pigeons should be respected


Why pigeons should be respected

By Melika Khamisisobi For years, pigeons have been seen as pests around the city and few people try to stop others from killing or harming them. Society has changed and so have people’s views on what’s considered common to have as a pet. Having pigeons as pets started more than a century ago. Pigeons were […]

FEATURE: Perry – Sophomore Sensation


FEATURE: Perry – Sophomore Sensation

By Ava Curran, Mary Fornelli, and Amanda Melvin Sydney Perry is a female wrestler at Batavia High School and has been bestowed multiple awards, including being named Wrestling Athlete of the Week by USA wrestling. She also finished 25-0 in her sophomore season and won the first IHSA women’s wrestling championship. She was selected for […]

Batavia’s Baseball Bros


Batavia’s Baseball Bros

By Emma Stoodley, Paige Blasi, and Faith Borré “They have an unspoken bond that is undeniable. They can just give each other a look and both will understand what’s going on,” said head varsity coach Alex Beckmann.  Brothers Charlie and Henry Saul have bonded over baseball since they were little. For the past two years, […]

Rozzie Line takes the stage with new album “Honestly”


Rozzie Line takes the stage with new album “Honestly”

By Ellie Carter Rozzie Line stands alone, swaying slightly beside amps and multicolored wiring. She strums a pastel green guitar and hums “Fade Into You” by Mazzy Star into the microphone. The singer/songwriter is serenading Cafe & Barr in Geneva, and she is unwavered. It’s not surprising that Line is calm and collected on stage- […]

FEATURE: Lin prepares for pre-med at Northwestern


FEATURE: Lin prepares for pre-med at Northwestern

By Cole Conklin As the year 2021-2022 comes to a close, hundreds of seniors are preparing themselves for the next stages in their life. Some are opting in for joining the military, many are hoping to continue to pursue their interests at state schools like UIUC, Illinois State, and Waubonsee, and still, others are going […]

FEATURE: Will Fetterolf be Batavia’s second wrestling state champion?


FEATURE: Will Fetterolf be Batavia’s second wrestling state champion?

Kaden Fetterolf, a junior that wrestles in the 138-pound weight class from Batavia High School and has already made some of the most notable achievements in the school’s history, will be looking to secure his first state title and become the schools first ever IHSA state place winner. Fetterolf has been involved in the Batavia […]

FEATURE: The Great Renz


FEATURE: The Great Renz

By Samuel Blazier With his comprehensive manner to drive home his point and the ability to brighten one’s day, AP Environmental teacher Daniel Renz is a qualified teacher at Batavia High School, according to both students and other teachers. Ever since Renz first started teaching at Batavia High School 16 years ago, he has, according […]

FEATURE: Schulhof secures pole vaulting to Arizona


FEATURE: Schulhof secures pole vaulting to Arizona

By Reina Manabe A senior girl, Megan Schulhof, who has been working hard in track and pole vaulting, has made one of her dreams come true. The coach, Justin Allison, saw potential in her, resulting in her signing with the Arizona track team for the next four years in college. Schulhof started her sports life […]

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

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. […]