Hammond Oliver hosts successful blood drive

With blood drive donations at an all-time low around the state due to the flu, Bryan High student and staff members met their goal of 76 successful donors during the blood drive on Thursday, January 25.        

Nine-nine problems but comedy ain’t one

Investigations, perpetrators, sirens, and drama: all essential components to the American cop show. On today’s television networks, shows like N.C.I.S. and C.S.I. dominate the police and crime genre, keeping up with the intense drama that surrounds the life of police officers, detectives, and other types of law enforcement. But what if the life of a cop wasn’t all intense interrogation scenes and old men brooding over cups of coffee and unbreakable cases? Fox’s Brooklyn Nine Nine broke the mold for the typical cop show when it was released in September 2013, trading in the same boring drama for comedy.

Senior ad information for 2017-2018 yearbook

If you are interested in purchasing a senior ad in this year’s yearbook, please click the link and download the form. Forms are also being mailed home this week. Senior Ad Form

TEA 16-17 report card

TEA BHS Report Card

Group offers aid to those in need of financial support

The Princess Project

UIL Academic team earns awards at contest

The UIL Academic team competed in the Brazos Valley Invitational meet on Sat. Jan. 20 at College Station High School. The following students took home awards. News Writing Abby Mendez – 2nd place Shannon Keyser – 3rd place Lucy Raleigh – 6th place Feature Writing Shannon Keyser – 4th place Lucy Raleigh – 5th place […]

YouTuber cooks up hit series with unique take on popular TV foods

In this new age of television and media, there are many breakout tv shows and social media superstars. Binging with Babish is a Youtube channel that combines both of those things, recreating foods from popular tv shows and movies like The Office, Friends, Harry Potter, and Matilda.

Choir students named to TMEA All-State Choir

Two choir members were named to the TMEA All-State Choir: junior Kayla Callen and senior Andres Reyna. This is the highest individual honor a high school choir student can receive. High school students selected to perform in the All-State concerts have competed through several levels of auditions beginning in the fall of 2017 to qualify […]

Second season stranger than first: Netflix original series continues to captivate audiences

CAUTION: Spoilers ahead!
Every nerd’s dream-show finally returned to Netflix for a second season, filled with “Dungeons and Dragons” references, telepathy, and my personal favorite-government conspiracies. If you haven’t guessed what show I’m referring to, then get out from under that metaphorical rock and watch Stranger Things. Season two of Stranger Things just came out and after watching it, I have so many questions.

Cheer squad advances to finals at State Championships

The cheer squad competed at the UIL Spirit State Championships in Fort Worth, Texas this weekend. They competed against over 60 other 5A D1 high schools from all across Texas. BHS Cheer advanced to finals as one of the top 20 teams in the state where they placed 14th overall.

Asking for help sign of strength, not weakness

If there is anything I’ve learned in life so far, it’s to keep going and to seek guidance when I need it, even when it was difficult to ask for help. Regardless of the situation. If I have a stupid question, if I am struggling with something, or if I don’t understand what is going […]

Gaming the system: Nintendo capitalizes on Pokemon franchise with Ultra

In a world where animals have the ability to beat up other animals for either survival or showing their love for their trainer, the world of Pokémon is full of wonder and curiosity. For a little over twenty years, the Nintendo franchise has been enjoyed by children and adults alike, giving them a sense of […]

Enjoyment, passion trump talent when finding a hobby

Natural talent is something continually praised, particularly in today’s society. “That kid’s a natural!” the announcers exclaim. “He was born with this ability!” Many times these “naturals” are lauded for what they can accomplish, but it is often second nature for them. While it is wonderful what they are capable of, it can sometimes discourage other people who do not have any natural talent in that area. Frequently, they end up quitting because they feel like no matter how hard they try, they will never match up to what the others are capable of doing.

Last chance to take senior pictures for the yearbook

Photo Texas Photography will be on campus Thursday, January 18 to do a quick shoot for any senior who hasn’t taken a picture for the yearbook yet. Students will be assigned a time and receive a pass to come down. If they have not taken a picture and do not receive a pass in the […]

Boys’ wrestling team wins at Snakebite Invitational

The boys wrestling team closed out 2017 in the Rio Grande Valley at Rio Grande City High School. On Saturday, Dec. 30 the team competed in the Snakebite Invitational. The team was missing four starters, but took control of the tournament early and never looked back. The boys won the tournament with 190 points which […]