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‘Letters to Sala’: a look inside the BHS play

By Joy Mazur Letters to Sala is a play focused on the Holocaust, and will be performed at the BFAC from April 19-21 with shows at 7:30 pm and matinees at 2 pm during the weekend– information and tickets are

10 things to do before leaving Batavia

By Bri Pierce You have four years of high school (more or less) to totally hate the entire experience or make it the most bizarre, hysterical four years of your life. Personally,  I would choose the second option. If you

PREVIEW: IHSA football playoff outlook

By Jackson Lambert Chilly night and often chillier Saturday games that any football lover will associate with one monumental mark in their football season, high school playoffs. Illinois, a state nationally recognized for its degree of high school football, is

Bulldog power hour

By Kyra Swims and Maggie Boersma Throughout the past several weeks, a new version of Bulldog Hour has been implemented. This program occurs every Wednesday, in every block excluding gym, and lasts for 30 minutes. The time has multiple uses,

Batavia talks of conference realignment

By Jackson Lambert and Liam Hellard Though many may not know it yet, the Upstate Eight Conference (UEC) which has been the longtime home of Batavia, is in danger of dissolving this upcoming December due to the possibility of a

OPINION: Karaoke’s benefits wide ranging

Every Thursday, I look forward to singing karaoke at Aliano’s in downtown Batavia. People often view karaoke as a way of socializing with friends at bars for entertainment. Even though it is fun, karaoke has numerous different beneficial traits. After

With prep done, Student Council hoping for successful Homecoming week

By Sarah Hager Homecoming week is upon Batavia, beginning today, Mon., Sept. 12. Months of planning and preparation have gone into making this week the best it can be. Batavia High School’s student council plays a vital role in the

What graduating high school really feels like with Haley Niedzwiedz

By Sarah Hager Although at times it may feel like high school lasts forever, sooner or later it comes to an end. As students approach senior year, a lot of questions and uncertainties tend to arise about what the future

Eighth-grader behind ‘Thatguyphotos’ already making an impact on BHS athletics

By Rachel Morano Sports have always been a big part of Batavia High School, but especially now more than ever because of the way “Thatguyphotos” captures the action. Samuel Thiem is an eighth-grader at Rotolo Middle School and has already

OPINION: Off-Campus lunch should be optional for licensed students

By Sierra Hobson High school is a place where teens have the chance to learn responsibility, expand their education, and above all, grow both academically and personally. High school is also where most students begin driving. Driving is one of