The Search Is On for the Next Superintendent by Maggie Williams

Clint Keener, the current superintendent of Bay Village city schools, is retiring at the end of this year. In order to find the next superintendent, the Board of Education is using Finding Leaders, which is a search firm that specializes

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Marching Madness: Making Magic in the Magic Kingdom! by Ann Marie McAvinue

Hello, Bay High, and hello my jumpin’ Juniors! I don’t know if you heard, bit the band went to Disney World over the break. Of course you heard! And I’m sure you’re all just aching to know what we did

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BHS Talent Show: Showing Off by Maggie Williams

This year’s Bay High Talent Show was another great success for the Thespian Society. The show was full of laughter, entertainment, and most importantly, an incredible amount of talent by our own peers. From singing, to instrumentals, to comedy, this

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Use THIS Not THAT: Plastic Edition by Chloe Roberts

It’s no secret we live in a world of plastic. Floating in oceans, mixed in with leaves, sitting on sidewalks—this harmful material can be found everywhere. Every year, 300 million tons of plastic is produced globally. While its convenience stems

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Winter Wonderland by Kaia Atzberger

Everybody knows that winter in Ohio starts much earlier than it technically begins on December 21. Winter means different things to everybody, but what is the traditional winter season? What makes winter special? For me, winter consists of holiday cheer, snow-filled

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Jubilant Fruit: Three Minutes of Nothing but Positivity

I’m writing this at 7:17 p.m. (although it feels later, somehow, probably because of the time change. One of these days I’m going to devote an article to why Daylight Savings Time should have died the way it begun-a joke

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Just “Squeeze it!” by Connor Starowesky

“Squeeze it.” That has been the saying since week 10 for Bay football. As they approached the last regular season of the year at an impressive 9-0, the coaches had a different goal in mind for their players. Coaches of

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Spiderman: Homecoming v. Wonder Woman by Patrick Grealis

When it comes to the superhero movies released this year, Wonder Woman and Spider-Man: Homecoming are deemed the most successful. However, which one is better is always up for debate. As far as I can tell, no one can really

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Key Club Satisfying Thirst Project by Natalie Cashmere

Have you ever walked hours, barefoot in the terrain, to get a few gallons of water for your family? Your answer is most likely, “No.” But thousands of people in Africa struggle in this way to get water every day.

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Maggie’s Musings: Girl’s Golf Team Season by Maggie Williams

This season, the girl’s golf team learned a lot about the game of golf while having a lot fun! The majority of the golf team was new to the game this year, after five members of the varsity team graduated

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Marching Madness: 1# Marching Our Way to Disney by Ann Marie McAvinue

Hello, Bay High, and hello my Jumpin’ Juniors! Have you heard any of the band members talking about Disney a lot? Perhaps they’re humming Disney tunes under their breath? If you have, it’s probably because of the Disney trip the

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Exclusive Interview with Varsity Head Football Coach Ron Rutt by Connor Starowesky

Connor: What goes through your head on gameday? Coach Rutt: Game days are long days for me. By Friday the game plan is in, practice is over for the week, and all I can do is wait for kickoff. On

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Re-cap of Holy Name Game 9/22/17 by Connor Starowesky

Bay High School Players Passing Cp/Att Yds TD Int Lg #12 C. Shell 7/9 61 1 – 12 #2 L. LaMere 0/1 – – – – Rushing Att Yds TD Long Fum #22 T. Psota 14 178 2 46 –

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Family Connections Sponsor a Student from Serbia by Chloe Roberts

Vladimir Miskovic is a foreign exchange student from Serbia who is eighteen-years-old. He is a senior at Bay High this year. I asked Vladimir if there was anything in particular that he favored about American schooling. He shared that he

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Bay High Football Update by Connor Starowesky

Final score: 0-21 Rockets Friday, September 15, 2017 2017 Bay v. Parma High Yards Rockets; 117 total yards, 108 rushing yards, 9 passing yards Redmen; 86 total yards, 50 rushing yards, 36 passing yards Hudl™ Player of the Game Connor

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Bay Rockets Football Blasts Off! Connor Starowesky

With the football season well under way, Bay High School looks towards this Friday night, where they will host Parma Senior High School, for Bay’s third home game this season. The game is set to kick-off at 7pm on Friday

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

Well, my friends, it’s that time again. It’s once again the season of masses of blindingly white new sneakers, trying to look around and see who’s in your second block Biology class while still appearing cool, and hearing the vague

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Around the World: Meet the Foreign Exchange Students by Chloe Roberts

Year after year, Bay High School welcomes new students from all around the world. These students have decided to partake in the foreign exchange program. In this program, students have the opportunity to spend one or two semesters in a

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Senior Spotlight: The Last First Day of High School by Maggie Williams

After three long, wonderful, and definitely stressful years of high school, we have finally made it to our senior year. With new privileges, freedoms, and responsibilities, senior year is the time that everyone can’t wait for in high school. From

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Cleveland Ballet & the Cultural Gardens by Kaia Atzberger

The Italian Cultural Gardens, located near the Cleveland Museum of Art, was dedicated on October 12, 1930, as “a symbol of the contribution of Italian culture to American democracy.” Recently, is has begun to offer free annual opera performances. Their

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Counting the Days by Megan Guinter

Senioritis has plagued the school with less than a few weeks before graduation.  The coined phrases “I’m already in college” and “I’m a second semester senior” are constantly used as justification for a sluggish work pace and lack of motivation.

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Guardians of the Galaxy Review by Patrick Grealis

Well, this year is slowly becoming the prime essential year for superhero movies, isn’t it? So far, we’ve gotten the final chapter in Wolverine’s life, a new (comedic) take on the Batman mythos, and a gritty reboot of the Power

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A Few Words with Mrs. Nagel by Elizabeth Holup

Mrs. Nagel is not a person who could be described as “showy.” You’ve seen her perched behind the sprawling wooden desk in the middle of the library, surrounded by kids asking for headphones and passes for next QRP. You’ve passed

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

I’m writing this in a crowded library before school starts on a day that is promised to be rainy and muddy. The day, I am told, will start out warm and disintegrate into a mass of puddles just deep enough

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Bay High Baseball Travels to Myrtle Beach by Connor Flynn

The Bay High Baseball team made the 11-and- a- half hour bus ride down to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, over break. The team played in the Ripken Experience tournament. High school teams from around the country traveled to the sunny

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