Life of a High School Senior Poem

Life of a High School Senior Poem

October 22, 2014 • Victor Vieira, Staff Writer  
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

As the leaves change color and they start to fall, we must finish our essays, or not get to college at all.   We write our hearts out and try our best, We study really hard to pass the tests.   We learn and gain, We fight the pain, Of stress as it begins to rain.   As we try to apply and... Read more »

Fall Fashion

Fall Fashion

October 22, 2014 • McKenna Leaden, Madison Schettler, Staff Writers  
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Hooray for fall fashion! The transition from summer style to fall fashion is undoubtedly the best part of the season. It is indeed an enlivening time, switching shorts and sundresses for jeans and jackets; leaving behind sandals for thick wool socks and boots; replacing your tank tops for cozy sweaters.... Read more »

Spirit Week 2014 Guide!

Spirit Week 2014 Guide!

October 16, 2014 • Patrick Hannagan, Sports Writer  
Filed under News, Student Life, Top Stories

Everyone’s favorite time of the year is coming up in just a few weeks! That’s right: Bethel High’s 2014 Spirit Week and Homecoming are right around the corner! This your go-to guide for getting the most out of Spirit Week! Remember: When you participate in the theme days, be sure to check in with... Read more »

A Spring 2014 Fashion Update

A Spring 2014 Fashion Update

April 22, 2014 • Kasey Burke, Staff Writer  
Filed under Student Life

If we ever manage to escape this polar vortex of a winter we are experiencing, maybe this fashion column will be useful. When you finally feel the sun warm on your face and smell the freshly budding flowers, hopefully this will help you with some inspiration on an upcoming spring morning! Florals, Pastels,... Read more »

The “Promposal” Phenomenon

The "Promposal" Phenomenon

April 10, 2014 • Carina Leggio, Staff Writer  
Filed under Student Life

A new craze has swept Bethel High School. With Junior and Senior Prom right around the corner, the intriguing “promposal” has taken over the social scene and became the talk of the school over the past couple of weeks. “Promposal”, the words “prom” and “proposal” shifted together, now... Read more »

Magic Touch: The Importance of Properly Cleaning Pets

Magic Touch: The Importance of Properly Cleaning Pets

April 7, 2014 • Sara Rego, Contributor  
Filed under Student Life

Many will argue that animals were born in their natural form and grooming is a learned behavior. This may be true for animals that are in the wild, but it is also important to groom our domesticated pets for they will not have the wild to rely on. Instead, take them to the groomer so their coats glisten,... Read more »

The Book Nook: Novels Under 200 Pages

The Book Nook: Novels Under 200 Pages

April 3, 2014 • Kendall Meenan, Staff Writer  
Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Spring break is swiftly approaching! Whether you’re lounging at home or relaxing on the beach, these quick reads are the perfect companion. The Five People You Meet in Heaven – Mitch Albom  This story begins at the end. Yes, Eddie, the main character, dies within the first chapter of the book... Read more »

Book Nook Volume 3

Book Nook Volume 3

March 7, 2014 • Kendall Meenan, Staff Writer  
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If you need stress relief for the next few months plagued with midterms, SATs, and course selections, pick up one of these sensational novels. Shiver – Maggie Stiefvater Grace is fascinated by the wolves that live in the woods behind her house, especially her yellow-eyed wolf. Sam lives a double... Read more »

10 Apps to Keep Your New Years Resolutions

10 Apps to Keep Your New Years Resolutions

March 4, 2014 • Colton Zuvich, Staff Writer  
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Chances are you probably already forgot about your new years resolutions. And the numbers don’t lie, according to a Statistic Brain research study only 8% of people follow through with their goals. Basically, we’re terrible at keeping to our promises. These are a collection of free and paid apps... Read more »

The Future of Cheating

The Future of Cheating

March 3, 2014 • Colton Zuvich, Staff Writer  
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In the face of twenty-first century technological equipment, it’s no wonder that students utilize devices for dishonest means. Ask any student, and they’ve seen it: the phone cleverly placed on the lap, the earbud reading off pre-recorded answers, or even the subtle notes scrawled across one’s... Read more »

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