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Eagle of the Week: Sophie Flom

Eagle of the Week: Sophie Flom

Danielle Johnson April 14, 2021

For senior Sophie Flom, teaching seemed like the obvious choice for her future career path. With both parents being teachers, they taught her the value of being an educator at a young age. “It allowed...

The Polar Plunge Comes to the High School This April

Maneeya Leung April 1, 2021

No longer in the freezing cold of the winter months, the 2021 Polar Plunge, organized by the students of Friends Forever, takes place on April 15th and in the parking lot.  Because of Covid-19, students...

The Talon Robotics Team's robot. Photo submitted.

Talon Robotics Team Perseveres Through Covid-19 Challenges

Margaret Holmes March 16, 2021

The Covid-19 outbreak last year cut the robotics season short after they had just one competition. But this year the Talon Robotics Team is back and stronger than ever. “I have seen multiple people who...

What Is Color?- Q&A with Asma Bakari, Winner of Black History Month Art Contest

What Is Color?- Q&A with Asma Bakari, Winner of Black History Month Art Contest

Margaret Holmes March 14, 2021

What makes you like poetry over other art forms? I can't really draw, that's why I chose poetry, and I can't do music, at least I haven’t learned how to play any music, and writing is really easy...

Sarah Mullah's art piece

A Portrait for Women Empowerment- Q&A with Sarah Mullah, Winner of Black History Month Art Contest

Margaret Holmes March 14, 2021

What makes you like painting over other art forms? I think the biggest reason I love painting is because it's kind of forgivable in a way. Like, if something doesn't work out, you can just fix it by...

Learn Self-Defense at Not Me! Seminar– Interview with Program Director Kelly Johnson

March 2, 2021

Registration is now officially open for the "Not Me" defense training program.   The seminar takes place on - Monday March 22 6-8 p.m. for boys - Tuesday March 23 6-9 p.m. for girls in-person...

Winning artwork by senior Eileen Kim

“Silence Is Violence”–Q&A with Eileen Kim

February 24, 2021

Eileen Kim, whose digital art piece won the third week of BSU’s Black History Month art contest, shares more about the digital piece. How would you describe your style of art? I would go with semi-realism-slash-expressionism....

Winning artwork submission of Friday, February 5th submitted by sophomore Lily Cooper

Creating a Portrait With Only a Pen- Q&A with Lily Cooper, Winner of Black History Month Art Contest

Margaret Holmes February 18, 2021

Lily Cooper, a first-week winner of Black Student Union’s Black History Month art contest, shares more about the inspiration and the development of her pen drawing. Responses have been edited for clarity. How...

The first stanza of Hussein's poem. Read the  full poem below.

Rhymes, Amanda Gorman, and Poetry as an Outlet–Q&A with Sumaya Hussein

Maneeya Leung February 18, 2021

Freshman Sumaya Hussein, a first-week winner of Black Student Union’s Black History Month art contest, dives deeper into what her poem means to her. Responses have been edited for clarity. What do...

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