Looking for a book that transports you to a different era and culture? Then Memoirs of a Geisha is for you! Read on for a student reflection on the story. Continue reading Relive the Memoirs of a Geisha
One BHHS student makes a compelling argument about why now is the best time to get a new dog. Read on for his thoughts about why you should get a puppy during this pandemic. Continue reading Puppies and the Pandemic
2020 won’t stop the BHHS debate team. Read on to learn what debate looks like on a virtual platform. Continue reading This Year’s Debate Team: Meeting the Challenge
This season of the Bachelorette just took a turn for the better. Read on to see the exciting changes Tayshia has brought to her season of the Bachelorette. Continue reading Oh Tay! Now We Finally Have a Season!
Like all other sports at BHHS, the Byram Hills Varsity Field Hockey team was affected by COVID-19. Read on to learn about what the players took away from this season and how they continued to stay positive. Continue reading How the Field Hockey Team Has Shown Resilience
The Byram Blitz is back in 2020. Brought to you by Byram Hills students, the Blitz reveals the latest news, highlights and inside info within our high school sports. Make sure to keep up with the Byram Blitz on BobcatTV on Youtube to stay in the loop. Continue reading Byram Blitz in 2020
Thanksgiving clearly looked different than usual this year. Read on to learn about how some BHHS students spent their holiday and modified past traditions. Continue reading BHHS Students Celebrate Thanksgiving
In the aftermath of the election results, How Democracies Die offers insight into the importance of protecting the institutions at the highest levels of government. Read on to learn more. Continue reading How Democracies Die Offers a Stark Warning
Despite all of the challenges of 2020, clubs have been very innovative in keeping their goals alive. Without having in-person meetings, clubs have incorporated technology to their advantage. Read more to find out how specific clubs, such as Youth Against Cancer, and The Oracle are keeping their clubs going this year and how they have been able to find light in the situation. Continue reading BHHS Clubs Continue!
Each experienced social media user knows that when they post ideas online, they receive a media “feed” back to them. Their feed is made up of posts by their followers and by people they follow as well. This raises a serious question: Why are certain pictures and videos being recommended to you in your “feed”? After watching the Netflix documentary The Social Dilemma, one BHHS student offers an informed answer to the question. Continue reading The Dark Secrets Behind Your Favorite Social Media Platform