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Rehearsals For BHS Spring Musical Begin

Liz Buckley, Staff Writer

January 19, 2017

As you pass by the performing arts center during after-school hours, you may hear the (not so) faint sound of laughter, screaming, and tribal music. That’s right- rehearsals for Bernards High School’s spring musical, Once On...

Megyn Kelly Leaves Fox For NBC News

Luke Reinen, Staff Writer

January 19, 2017

Megyn Kelly left Fox News for NBC News. Kelly was more than just another anchor in FOX’s news lineup. In fact, she was the one keeping the network diverse. She was the only woman with a show during prime-time. The rest of the...

Supposed Russian Influence in Recent U.S. Election

Charles Porr, Staff Writer

January 18, 2017

In the recent weeks since the 2016 United States Presidential Election there has been a growing controversy about possible Russian interference.  There is bipartisan support for a more probing investigation to get to the bottom...

Night Of The Stars Return For The Senior Class

Bianca Pineda, Staff Writer

January 18, 2017

Every high school student looks forward to senior year: Prom, senior privileges, and fun school events for seniors only. BHS’s Night of the Stars is no exception! On January 20th, seniors will be able to dress up as their favorite...

December Update on the Media Center

Luke Reinen, Staff Writer

December 22, 2016

Construction on the old Auditorium by the main entrance of BHS has continued to move along.  The media center was first projected to finish in October, however, due to delays the deadline has been pushed, and no formal date has ...

A look at how Christmas has evolved

Charles Porr, Staff Writer

December 20, 2016

The Holiday of Christmas has been celebrated for almost 1,700 years, and many trends have come and gone throughout this very large span of time. Over time, Christmas has gone from being celebrated as a religious holiday to...

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