Firnbach makes impact through class, extracurriculars

By Anna Laurich and Maddy Misiura At Batavia high school, teachers are not just involved in mainstream classes. Ms. Firnbach is involved with students at Batavia. Firnbach is an Algebra teacher, a More »

The Importance of BHS student ambassadors

By Matt Gorlewski Meet BHS Students Olivia Murchie and Chris Theros. These two both were both appointed by the BPS101 Board of Education to hold the position of student ambassador- what that More »

NAHS student drawing a future for themselves

By Sadie Busch and Rachel Ross National Art Honors Society is a program to present strong artists here in the school. Batavia High School students take great gratification in their art and More »

Williams takes the win

By Morgan LaSalle and Venessa Plourde Lights bright and blazing, the crowd cheering and taken by disbelief at the announcement of her name to signal her victory. Preston Williams, an aspiring young More »

First time in history girls join BHS wrestling team

By Mia Wells and Morgan Haug Packs of boys entered the gym to compete and floods of people arrived to watch the matches. Boys wrestling championship banners surround the gym walls. Mats More »

 

REVIEW: ‘’vsco’’ popular social media platform

By Anna Laurich ‘vsco’ is an app that has been around since 2011 but became popular at the end of 2017. It is a platform that was originally created by Greg Lutez and Joel Flory. The abbreviation stands for Visual

OPINION: Newest NFL rule making a negative impact

By Derek Bex It’s week two of the 2018 NFL season and the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings are in a fierce NFC North matchup with 1:45 left to play. It’s 29-21 and the Packers are in the

Hurricane Florence destroys East-Coast

By Samantha Lewis and Lauren Aiken The wind bursting through the air, the waves crashing against the shore. Trees falling, windows shattering, sirens wailing. This is what is heard while packing up belongings or boarding up doors. Evacuate to stay

Student ambassador Murchie strives to represent BHS

By Joe Caltagirone and Matt Gorlewski “She is never afraid of taking on any challenge that presents itself and she will 99 percent succeed at that challenge,” said Allison Macauley of her friend Olivia Murchie, a Batavia High School student

Girls from three different schools form bonds of friendship through swimming

By Salome Fogleman Shivering, they pull on their swim caps and goggles as they prepare to jump into the cold water to start swimming the warm-up set. Imagine jumping into a cold pool after a long day at school and

Williams takes the win

By Morgan LaSalle and Venessa Plourde Lights bright and blazing, the crowd cheering and taken by disbelief at the announcement of her name to signal her victory. Preston Williams, an aspiring young artist, unexpectedly wins Rock the Runway. “Rock the

First time in history girls join BHS wrestling team

By Mia Wells and Morgan Haug Packs of boys entered the gym to compete and floods of people arrived to watch the matches. Boys wrestling championship banners surround the gym walls. Mats covered every square inch of the floor for

Adventure Education Program brings students together

By Brandon Thilges The belay team was ready. The climber, with their legs shaking and their palms sweaty, was ready. The contract was started, and in just 15 seconds, the climber was away. Quickly they conquered the wall and reached

REVIEW: Shovel Knight a unique addition to ‘Rivals of Aether’

By Ethan Still On Aug. 10 Shovel Knight from the game Shovel Knight was announced to be added to the roster of Rivals of Aether as the final DLC (downloadable content) character. For those who have not heard of Rivals

Q&A: Carby experiences softball success, plans for future

By Morgan Haug: Varsity athlete Cassidy Carby has played softball for as long as she can remember.  Carby plays shortstop and catcher at the Dennison Silverhawks. Following freshmen year, she is approaching her second season on varsity as a sophomore.