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Check mate: Chess club aims to recruit members, enhance minds

Sloan McKeehan February 3, 2022

Chess is a game of skill, strategy, patience, and persistence. It’s competitive and complex; it’s a game of escaping with nothing but you and your chess pieces. One wrong move could give your opponent...

Student uses writing to inspire, express emotion

Samantha Lamb February 2, 2022

One of the best sources of inspiration is the many forms of writing: books, poems, etc. Kaylee Duran enjoys writing and uses it as a way to inspire others. Writing is important to her as a hobby and to...

Playing games: Student develops life skills through online gaming

Madison Thompson February 1, 2022

Though junior Preston Ruley has been playing games like Mario Sunshine on the Nintendo GameCube since he was six, he has recently begun playing massively multiplayer online (MMO) games. “I started...

Up in the air: Senior works to obtain pilot license, pursue career in aviation

Nathan Johanson January 31, 2022

Looking out the window, there’s nothing but sky and clouds for miles and miles. With nothing but the roar of the engine to keep you company, there is a peaceful solitude that can be found while flying....

Stepping out: Junior basketball player looks to establish himself as an individual outside brothers legacy

Nicole Hernandez January 28, 2022

Junior TJ Johnson has been playing basketball since the third grade and currently starts as a shooting guard for the Vikings. Last year, TJ played on varsity with his brother Rodney who was able to dominate...

Just keep swimming: Alumni returns to coach swim team

Lillian Smith January 24, 2022

While most students graduate and never return to their high school again, alumni Uylesses Tirado has chosen to come back to coach the swim team. Coach Tirado graduated from BHS 5 years ago, and many swimmers...

Theatre department showcases talent in annual radio show

Ace Roueche January 21, 2022

For the last few years, the theatre department has performed a twist on a classic Christmas play by performing it as a radio show in the blue auditorium. This year’s theatre performance was “Yes,...

Lunch ‘n’ Learn: Program aimed at exploring new, fascinating topics

Callie Bollinger January 14, 2022

Learning and discovering has been a concept pursued throughout history, and the desire to know more about the universe has propelled humanity through time and space. Whether it be about the molecular...

Peace Corps influences teachers passion, love of diversity

Reily Dominy December 10, 2021

The Peace Corps focuses on building relationships and has core values that include sacrifice, commitment, passion, and a love for people which directly correlates to the teaching field. Freshman English...

Medical program opens doors for high school students

Sophia Bradley December 9, 2021

Bryan High was granted testing center status through American Allied Health (AAH) which allows Patient Care Technician (PCT) students campus for certification. Students have two hours to complete 150...

Teacher utilizes childlike imagination, individualizes curriculum to reach students

Ron Toback-Wolf December 8, 2021

People say that if you can find a job doing what you love, you will never work a day in your life. English teacher Stephen Dillon, who has had a big imagination ever since he was a child, has taken his...

Seniors lead cross-country team by example

Ace Roueche October 28, 2021

The sun rises as the morning dew melts away and the sound of tennis shoes on the pavement can be heard as the cross country team practices early in the morning. Cross-country seniors Aaron Johanson and...

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