Hurtful caricatures must end; people should open minds

Jalyn Griffith, Sports Editorial

January 30, 2018

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“You are blonde which means that you are really dumb.” This phrase is so overused, and it is one of the most annoying common stereotypes.    These “molds” that our world puts on people are horrible. Since someone has ...

Wealthiness is secret to life

Daniel Gifford, Editorial Editor

January 30, 2018

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   The oldest question in America is this: can money buy you happiness? Absolutely!    I buy my happiness all the time with things like pink chocolate, senators, and black-market memes.    The real key to self-gratification...

Is phone compromise possible?

Abby Finlayson, Entertainment Editor

January 30, 2018

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   “Everyone, pull out your phones! It’s time to do some research!” I bet that is something you have never heard before. Phones in the classroom? Ridiculous...right?    For years, teachers have been hinting at cellphones being used as...

Creative dates/proposals take BHS by storm

Dakota Jesse, News Editor

January 30, 2018

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Everyone knows finding a Prom date is stressful. Searching for the right person to walk with you in front of a huge crowd can be overwhelming. You have to choose someone who is worthy of your presence.    Now, finding a date may be hard ...

Digital gambling threatens gaming

Jeffrey Stewart, Ad Manager

January 30, 2018

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The video game industry is under fire due to the inclusion of loot boxes-purchasable in-game items that provide randomized rewards- in $60 video games.    These so-called “pay-to-play” video games allegedly introduce k...

Time to eat woefully insufficient

Kiana Wight, News Editor

January 30, 2018

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   Here at BHS, we are given three chances to eat a day. One of the meals the school has provided us with is second breakfast.    I talked with Kameron Cole, sophomore, and she agreed to let me take some of her ideas on ...

Physical evidence proves existence of divine Originator

Branden Alford, Editor-in-chief

January 30, 2018

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For me, a firm believer in God being the creator of the universe and everything in it, it seems completely illogical to me that anyone could live on the same planet as me and not believe in Him and His amazing power.    So, seeing the ...

Dead trends rise again

Sarah Unruh, Editor-in-chief

January 30, 2018

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   Once upon a time, the year 2018 decided to bring back some major fashionable items, and I, along with others, have decided to embrace them.    First of all, let me start off with my all-time favorite thing: fanny packs.  ...

Staffer starts newspaper series, refutes common misconceptions about Islamic law

Alex Rodriguez, Editorial Editor

January 30, 2018

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   Sharia—what do you think when you hear that term? If you’re like many Americans, then you imagine a ferocious crowd, led by men with long beards and turbans, stoning a woman to death—particularly a woman wearing a bur...

Songs are useful tool in classroom

Abby Finlayson, Entertainment Editor

January 4, 2018

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Bum bum dee dum dum. Rihanna’s angelic voice is softly playing on the teacher’s computer. The whole math class has requested this music; it helps them focus. However, is music in the classroom a distraction or a study tool?...

Perfection is imperfect

Daniel Gifford, Editorial Editor

January 4, 2018

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There is something that has been popularized for ages in books like Metropolis and in mythology like the Greek goddess of love and beauty, Aphrodite.    It has captivated global leaders and common dreamers like myself 10 of times over...

Newsies share their life goals

Jeffrey Stewart, Ad Manager

January 4, 2018

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Do you think that most people know what they want to do? Here at Cat Tracks, many of us do know what our future careers will be, but we admit that we may not be the most representative demographic. Students might find their dream...

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