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Viking Wall of Honor award established for teacher recognition

Robert Morgan May 22, 2015

The Viking Wall of Honor will be established to recognize current or retired faculty and staff for their outstanding service at Bryan High School, and their positive and lasting impact on students and...

Going for the gold: Special education students secure success through athletics, community

Robert Morgan May 8, 2015

Crowds fill the stadium. Students do pre-game stretches and pep talks within their teams. Coaches make sure everyone knows which events they’re competing in and where to go. Athletes line up on the track...

80s classic doesn’t live up to hype, seems overly silly

Robert Morgan April 23, 2015

When most people think of movies from the 80s, classics such as The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, and, unfortunately, Ghostbusters come to mind. Somehow, over the last 18 years, I had never...

Getting buzzed in the 6160: Community creates connections, flourishes friendships in high school

Robert Morgan April 8, 2015

Presidential elections, Olympic games, and leap years – four years seem to be a popular time for new things to come about. So much change happens in four years, yet we don’t realize that these changes...

Slam dunk: Senior secures success for basketball team

Robert Morgan March 10, 2015

Getting the ball off the rebound, number 11 sweeps in and sprints down the court. The other end of the court is wide open and the Viking players do their best to protect him as he preps to make an Empire...

Udder Success: Junior places at livestock show, unearths love for agriculture field

Robert Morgan February 3, 2015

Bright, blinding lights illuminate the cement hallways of the arena as you make your way to the main floor. “How do I look good enough?” “Have I eaten enough?” “Have I eaten too much?” “What...

Overworked, stressed students see repercussions from excessive involvement

Robert Morgan January 20, 2015

As the second semester gets into full swing, a major topic weighs heavily on the minds of teachers and students minds – next school year. Seniors are finalizing their decisions for life post-high school,...

Viking students shine during Christmas pageant performance

Robert Morgan December 10, 2014

Coming on the heels of a successful showing at the Texas Thespian convention, Viking Theatre scored big again with the success of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, performed on December 5 and 6 in the Blue...

Dive into the deep end: Senior makes splash as career continues at D1 school

Robert Morgan December 2, 2014

Stepping up to the block prepping to swim his leg in the relay, senior Harrison Jones puts on his goggles and gets in the zone to dive in the pool as soon as his teammate reaches the wall. Splashes from...

Trainers exercise detection, prevention of concussions

Robert Morgan November 11, 2014

Under the blinding lights of Friday nights and a roaring crowd that pushes players to get the next first down even when they’re at their wits end, the sound of helmets cracking resounds underneath bone-crushing...

Hatching success: Restaurant offers delicious menu, comfortable environment for customers

Robert Morgan October 28, 2014

Southern comfort, mouth-watering food, and perfect beyond belief sweet tea. These aren’t just items that are depicted in Southern-centric movies and songs, they’re actual characteristics found at the...

Blinn, BHS benefit from partnership, develop post-secondary readiness

Robert Morgan October 9, 2014

Bryan ISD and Blinn College have worked together for many years to bring college credit to high school students. In the spring, Bryan High and Blinn will begin a partnership that offers more of these courses...

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