Jubilant Fruit: Three Minutes of Nothing but Positivity

I’m writing this a few days before Valentine’s Day, and even though this won’t go to print until after then, I’ll spend a few words on the subject. My most vivid memory associated with Valentine’s Day took place back in

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Day to Liv: How Can I Help a Friend? by Chloe Roberts

Mental health problems are not uncommon among teenagers. However, despite 20% of youth experiencing a diagnosable mental illness [NCCP, 2009 ], only half of those struggling ever seek treatment [NIMH, 2012]. This growing number of mental health conditions going untreated

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Erik’s Guide to Gaming by Erik Tashro

Gaming is a really fun experience. Gaming makes you think, increases your reaction time, and brings “JOY” to a gamers’ life. Games can be played on all types of systems (i.e. Computer, PC, Hand Held devices, phones, tablets, X-box, PS-4

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Get Ready For Thirst Week! By: Maggie Williams

Get Ready For Thirst Week! By: Maggie Williams The Key Club project for the year is called the Thirst Project. This organization works to build wells in underdeveloped countries so that women don’t have to walk miles and miles to

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

As I’m writing this particular article, it’s 10:13 a.m. on the second day of the year. There’s absolutely no snow on the ground, my parents are outside disassembling their brainchild, The Hubcap Tree (a strangely inspirational lawn ornament composed of

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Lanterns to Support Village Project by Megan Guinter

On February 25, 2017 is the annual Nourish fundraiser for the Village Project, and you can buy lanterns to support the cause!  The Village Project is a group in Bay Village that provides nourishing meals to families in our community

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Freshman Finals Forum by Kaia Atzberger

2020_Kaia Atzberger Freshman Finals Forum Imagine you are in a stressful situation. Your palms sweating, feet tapping, lip biting, and mind worrying about what to do next. What did you picture? Chances are you didn’t just imagine a walk through

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Marching Madness: 2# “From Marching Band to O Tannenbaum” by Anne Marie McAvinue

Hello Bay High and hello my savvy sophomores! So if you have lived in Bay Village for a long time, or at least a year, and have gone to public school here(which you obviously have since you are currently reading

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Star Wars Movie Review by Patrick Grealis

Well, a year has passed since the last Star Wars movie, so I guess it’s about time for a sequel…or something like that. Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is especially bizarre because it’s not based in the new timeline

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Rebuilding Rainelle by Megan Guinter

  The weekend of December 1st, a group of Bay High School students traveled to Rainelle, West Virginia, to help rebuild the town after a devastating flood this summer.  The flood hit Rainelle on June 24, 2016.  The flood devastated

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More Than Me by Megan Guinter

The proceeds from Team Africa’s candy cane sale, this year, will go to the nonprofit organization, More Than Me.  The organization began in 2009 as a scholarship program to help girls in Liberia attend school.  Since then Katie Meyler, the

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The 1980’s Fast-forward to 2016 by Jamie Whitford

The 1980’s were awesome, and no one loved it more than the Whitfords. We have a scary lot in common with the Goldbergs. It was 1980 something, and no one loves it more to reunite with their family. My family

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Marching Madness: The Great Pikachu Fiasco by Ann Marie McAvinue

Hello Bay High and hello my savvy sophomores! Most of you have probably been to a Friday night football game before and at this game you probably watched the marching band perform at halftime. But have you ever wondered what

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It’s Time to Live! by Emma Legeay

This year, several students have decided to raise more awareness for a cause that touched the entire community last year when Bay High student Olivia Barber took her own life after a long struggle with depression. Olivia’s closest friends formed

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Election Recap by Megan Guinter

Donald Trump won the presidential election on November 8th, 2016.  This long anticipated election ended with Donald Trump clenching the victory with 290 electoral votes.  He won the key states of Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina.  The election results

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Lunch Time Alphabet: A, B, or C? by Sidney Heaton

If you’re reading this now at school, you’re most likely in lunch. For most people, lunch is a nice escape from the hectic high school day-to-day. For seniors, it’s a literal escape. But as for the rest of us: we’re

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Why Abstinence Based Sex Ed Fails Students by Chloe Roberts

Sex Ed is a crucial part of a teenager’s education in high school. However, across the United States, comprehensive sex education is not always mandated, and most commonly overridden by abstinence-based teachings. In fact, over twenty states teach solely abstinence-only

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Choir Concert Review by Megan Guinter

Monday, October 17th was the Bay High School fall choir concert. All choirs performed at this concert, which include: Trouble and Bass Show Choir, Freshman Choir, Treble Choir, Choraleers, and A Cappella Choir. The Show Choir opened the concert with

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Homecoming Happiness by Elizabeth Holup

I have always enjoyed dances. While I am most certainly the least aesthetically pleasing dancer on the floor, I have always loved throwing my hands up and my concerns for what the general public thinks of me out the window

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BHS Model United Nations Club Now in Session by Emma Legeay

On October 11th, Bay High Model United Nations held its first conference for new members. Under the debate topic of child labor and its legality, pairs of students represented a country’s interests in a simulated United Nations environment. Challenges for

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Meet Dracula, the Vampire Bat! by Dominic Sclimenti

My name is Dracula, and I love to drink blood. I like fresh blood, people blood! I am a vampire, and I am a cool dude. I live in a dark castle in the forests of Transylvania. There once was

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National Merit Scholars Deserve Credit by Connor Flynn

Bay High continues to excel in the National Merit program with four seniors in the top five percent this year. For the past 60 years, the National Merit Scholarship Corporation has conducted a scholarship program through the Preliminary SAT, or

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Girl’s Golf Team Wraps Up Great Season by Maggie Williams

The girls golf team concluded a great season on October 4th with the sectional golf tournament. They placed 10th overall and did not advance to the district tournament. However, the team started the season off placing 2nd at the LEEGA

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A Memorable Homecoming Kaia Atzberger

At Bay High School, Homecoming is a very exciting time of the year. As a freshman, this was my first year that I got to experience all of the festivities that go along with the Homecoming tradition. It all started

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Marvel’s Marvels by Jamie Whitford

The new season for Marvel’s Agents of Shield is getting better by the minute. There are new characters from the blazing Ghost Rider to the mysterious ghost woman, Lucy. The show is a sight to see; it is MARVELous and

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