Where Grunge Meets Frills and New York Meets Seoul by Celia Ohnmeis

With over 40 different fashion weeks around the world we have become accustomed to the living, breathing world of fashion. Cultures from around the world have united and also become one in the idea of fashion week. The world has

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The Inaccurate Test of Intelligence by Moira Gerity

You are sitting in a school cafeteria on a freezing Saturday morning in early December. The ACT proctor hands you a huge booklet, and the pressure begins to kick in. This very test will assign a number to your intelligence

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A New Mobile App for Bay Schools by Elizabeth Holup

The Bay Village School District has released a new mobile app to spread information and helpful notices more easily to parents, students, and family members. The free app, available on the App Store and Google Play under “Bay Village City

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The Metaphors that Exist in Poetry… or the Lack Thereof by Anne Beckwith

Poetry is sophisticated and confusing. It’s nothing more than a jumble of words to the casual reader; but to a learned student of literature, the smallest, most insignificant fly can appear to be a metaphorical representation of a giant. Since

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Everlasting Technological Impacts Society by Michaela Sindelar

Technology advancements have taken over medical operations, education, and even military defense to protect countries.Technology advancements creates a new modern era of existence amongst the public nationwide. Technology is the collection of techniques, skills, methods, and processes used in the

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Where Grunge meets Frills and New York meets Seoul by Celia Ohnmeis

With over 40 different fashion weeks around the world we have become accustomed to the living, breathing world of fashion. Cultures from around the world have united and also become one in the idea of fashion week. The world has

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AP Exam Countdown by Maggie Williams

As the school year winds down, many of the students at Bay High School are anxiously preparing to take their AP exams, which will occur during the weeks of May 7th –May 14th. If you have never taken an AP

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Chromebook Program Successful at BHS by Sarah Schulz

Chromebooks are here, long term, provided by Bay High School. This educational resource allows access to information for Freshmen and Sophomores since August, 2017. According to Mrs Lapolla, who is a librarian, responsible for the Chromebook program at Bay High

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New Softball Coach Enters The Bay Softball Program by Michaela Sindelar

Bay High School introduces Matthew Levindofske as the Head Softball Coach for the 2018 season. Levindofske states that season practices consist of hard work and progression. “My goal isn’t to just win, it’s also to make the girls great and

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Tennis Team Volleys Begin by Henry Bohac

The Bay Village Tennis team will begin practice after tryouts. Over 31 students are signed up to play and tryout this season for both varsity and Junior varsity. Coach King, the head coach said, ¨I do not make cuts regardless.

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The Bay High School Ground Control Takes Off by Owen Gervace

In 2015, Mr. Kieffer introduced a program to the school called video production, which is used to educate students in technology during first block in the studio. “It teaches students good technology skills in a world where technology appears everywhere,”

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Track Season is Up and Running by Darren Vesely

Track Season has begun at Bay High and the coaches are looking for student athletes to sign up, participate in practices, and go to meets after school. Coach Graham and Coach Brandt are looking for athletes who can donate their

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Jodie Hausmann is New Superintendent for Bay School District by Bill Downey

Jodie Hausmann is New Superintendent for Bay School District by Bill Downey Superintendent Clint Keener´s replacement is Jodie Hausmann. She will be taking over for Keener who has been with Bay since 2004 and will be retiring. Jodie Hausmann was

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Bay High School Participates in #Enough National School Walk Out by Caroline Loftis

Over 200 Bay High School students walked out of class today, March 14, 2018, to take a stand against gun violence. The students stood in silence for 17 minutes to honor the 17 lives lost in the Parkland, Florida shooting.

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What’s In Store For the Bay High Courtyard? by Jenna Goff

A plan has been approved regarding the courtyard at Bay High for a 20 foot-by 30-foot raised platform deck, which was proposed to the Education Foundation last year by Joy Heldt. It may be used for teaching outside classes, such

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Black Panther Movie Review by Patrick Grealis

The thing I loved so much about Black Panther is that it didn’t try to be similar to other MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe) movies. Instead of following the same formula, it differed in many respects. I would hardly even call

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Fundraiser Donates Big Bucks for Leukemia & Lymphoma Society by Maggie Williams

Raising almost $13,000 in school recently for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Bay High School was able to support a worthy cause and raise awareness. One of the students who helped to make this fundraiser possible is Jane Finley. Her

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Mr. Rocket Pageant Recap by Chloe Roberts

On Wednesday, February 21st, the Bay High School Key Club hosted their second annual Mr. Rocket Pageant. This year, the competitors included Brian Hippler (Sr), Sam Young (Fr), Connor McCarty (Sr), and Connor Flynn (Sr). The four boys battled to

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Jubilant Fruit: Three Minutes of Nothing but Positivity by Elizabeth Holup

I’m back to my old habits, sitting at a desk trying to write this at the last possible second. My main mission is to impart the knowledge that school, after a long and heated battle between the school board, parents,

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Orchestra Takes the Stage by Kaia Atzberger

  The Bay High School’s orchestra has been hard at work in the past few months preparing for their highlight of the year, the state orchestra concert, located at Hudson High School. Last year, the group earned a two on

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Signing Day at BHS by Connor Starowsky

Perhaps the greatest goal for a student athlete in high school is to go off and play sports in college. Signing Day is a very special day for many athletes. It is when they sign their letters of intent to

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Too Much of a Good Thing? by ET

I am a gamer, a smart phone user, and I’m on Instagram. I bet that makes me pretty average for most high school students. I have a question that I asked Mr. Bogielski, our School Psychologist: “Do gaming, social media,

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West Shore Career Opportunities at BHS by Anne Beckwith

On January 24th, the students and teachers of the West Shore Career Technical District, a vocational and educational program, set up displays in front of the cafeteria. During lunch, all of the students could speak to them about the different

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Congrats to the Scholastic Art & Writing Winners! by Maggie Williams

The students of Bay High School showed off their artistic and creativity this year in the Scholastic Art & Writing Competition. Bay High School students earned several awards this year, amassing a total of 60. Their entries were chosen by

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Maggie’s Musings: Second Semester by Maggie Williams

A great relief for everyone at Bay High School is making it through the first semester of the school year. For Freshman, it’s their first semester of high school ever, so now they are prepared and know what to expect

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