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OPINION: Fruit is the best summer time snack

By Hailey Adams Fruit is the best summertime food. The summer heat can make everyone sweaty and thirsty. It is not only refreshing to have on a hot summer day, but it also helps keep everyone hydrated. Fruit is a

OPINION: Private lives of celebrities shouldn’t be discussed publicly

By Grace Bennett Sometimes the lives of celebrities are like an open book. To us, going out for dinner is just a simple task where we don’t have to worry about the paparazzi. Recently lots of rumors have been going

Ten things to do during quarantine!

By Emma Bechtle As quarantine and social distancing drag on, you might find yourself and your family going stir crazy at home.  Have you already watched all your favorite tv shows and movies? Despite how it may feel, there are

With revised PGA TOUR schedule, what will events look like?

By Ari Fragen Last week, PGA TOUR Commissioner Jay Monahan released a statement regarding the revised 2020 PGA Tour season:  “It’s a complex situation, and we want to balance the commitments to our various partners with playing opportunities for our

Bears off-season changes

By Henry Downing The Bears 2018 season showed lots of promise. Mitch Trubisky showed great development and the Bears ended up going 12-4 with a dominant defense led by Khalil Mack. However, going into the 2019 season with high hopes

Batavia Girls Softball Preview

Batavia Girls Softball Preview    Head coach: Coach Torry Pryor Years coaching at BHS:  Head Coach for two years Asst. coach: Kelly Rosmonowski and Jeff Sortino   Last season’s highlights: Last season the team beat Geneva twice and St Charles

BHS through the decades

By Evan Misner and Isabella Mikula Over the past 20-30 years at Batavia High School, the culture has changed but not many current teachers could share the changes. Coach Trippi Payne and Mrs. Miller has shared the changes they witnessed.

Sego places at girls swim state championships

By Renee Forsyth In her freshman and sophomore years, varsity swimmer Kelly Sego competed in the state championships for girl’s swimming but did not score points. This season was a different story.   At the state championships, Sego was able

Entering its fourth year, Mentoring Program making a difference

By Ari Fragen The Batavia After School Mentoring program is making strides as it enters its fourth year of existence. Amy Nelson founded the program because of struggles at some of the elementary schools. “The Mentoring Program began several years

What is Type One Diabetes?

By Gabriella Helfer Many people don’t know much about diabetes. People joke around and make fun of the disease. They think that only unhealthy people have it. But that’s untrue. There are two different types of diabetes: type one, and