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No political parties: High schoolers too immature to gain privilege of voting

adviser May 20, 2019

Recently, politicians have proposed lowering the voting age to 16. Even if they do not acknowledge it, their true motives are to garner more votes for their political party. Though there are certainly...

Volume 48, No 3

adviser May 14, 2019

Published on May 2019 by the Bryan High School Norseman in Bryan, Texas. To zoom in or magnify, please use the toolbar at the bottom of the viewing window. Volume 48 Number 3 by Bryan High School Norseman...

Softball team shows strength, stamina, support to earn second in district play

adviser May 8, 2019

Underdogs are a part of what makes people love sports and this year, with a move to 6A, most teams found themselves in the underdog position. The softball team capitalized on their role as an underdog...

Staff recognizes inaugural Students of the Year

adviser May 7, 2019

Eight students, one male and one female from each cohort, were named Students of the Year by faculty and staff members. This is the inaugural year for this award which was presented to students who exemplified...

Courage to speak your mind, to listen

adviser May 6, 2019

Recently, politicians have proposed lowering the voting age to 16. Even if they do not acknowledge it, their true motives are to garner more votes for their political party. Though there are certainly...

Going the distance: Junior earns second at region, improves with personal best

Arissa Mejia May 3, 2019

The discus weighs heavily in junior Justin Sheridan’s hand as he prepares to launch it across the field. He begins his spin and then releases as his eyes focus on where the discus will land. At the...

Bases loaded: Senior captain leads by example in outfield, batter’s box

Owen Gibbs April 29, 2019

It's late in the game and the Vikings are down by a run with a man in scoring position. Senior Michael Barber feels a surge of adrenaline as he steps up to the plate. The pitcher leans back, and unleashes...

International Baccalaureate Programme sets high expectations, rigor for students

Abby Mendez April 25, 2019

High school is meant to prepare students for college; and giving them the best preparation is key to success. The International Baccalaureate Programme has been a success since it was established at Bryan...

Community members unite to benefit local charity

Savannah Arenas April 18, 2019

Although originating in Virginia, United Way has grown to have over 1,200 local offices across the country, including the Brazos Valley. Brazos Valley has its own local office and has created many opportunities...

‘Marvel’ous movie makes millions at debut, showcases strong female lead

Jaci Siegert April 17, 2019

Marvel Studios has taken over the cinematic world over the past eleven years and continues to do so in 2019 with Captain Marvel. Since Marvel’s first film, Iron Man in 2008, a whopping twenty-two movies...

Family affair: Wrestlers succeed at state, follow in brother’s footsteps

Jaci Siegert April 8, 2019

For the Thomas’, wrestling is a family affair. This year, two of the members of the Thomas family advanced to the 6A state wrestling tournament where they were coached by their older brother, also a...

International communications: Multilingual education opens mind, cultural doors

Shannon Keyser April 6, 2019

America has the reputation of many of its citizens being monolingual, but one student is breaking that stereotype. Senior Dylan Thatcher has studied and practiced multiple languages for the past several...

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