The Crimson

Cities Cannot Run a Nation

Doruk Ozel, Drew Elliott

May 11, 2020

Imagine a hypothetical situation in which there are two critical paths for a multi-billion dollar company to take--A or B. A group of 100 people are chosen to decide the verdict--and path A wins with just 51 votes. Everyone wh...

Great Debate: Is distance learning a good alternative?

April 30, 2020

Due to the global outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19, schools all across New Jersey including BHS were forced to shut their doors until at least May 15. Online learning is the alternative way to continue classes throughout the closures....

Field trips are not beneficial

Shannon Harzula

January 27, 2020

In middle school, students would always look forward to their class trip. Once high school began, field trips took on a different meaning, usually being reserved for the students in electives or extracurriculars. While field t...

Field trips are beneficial

Noble Avellino

January 27, 2020

There is a maxim for learning capabilities inside the classroom. Teachers and resources make it so that all of the information is there, and some projects such as labs for science classes even give students a chance to test their...

The Great Debate: Are field trips beneficial or not?

January 27, 2020

For many years, students have been going on field trips to locations to help better understand the topic of the class. Field trips are a rare event that occurs once or twice a year. Two students debate whether or not field trips...

Halloween should not be changed

Shannon Harzula, Editor-In-Chief

November 5, 2019

For centuries, Halloween has been celebrated across the globe. The holiday was introduced to America in the 1930’s by Gaelic immigrants and since then, Halloween has been celebrated every year on the 31st. Halloween is celebrated...

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