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Brashier’s Art Program: What is it Lacking?

Brashier’s Art Program: What is it Lacking?

Maya Roberts, Reporter
March 16
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As high school students are making their journey through the teenage years, they are trying to figure out who they are and what they enjoy doing in their free time. Some of these people find their niche in the fine arts or performing arts. There’s dance, filmmaking, visual arts, theatre, music, cr...

Online Dating can Lead to Tragedy

Online Dating can Lead to Tragedy

Kenzy Clardy, Reporter
March 10
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On January 30th, a thirteen year old named Nicole Lovell was found stabbed to death after she was missing for three days. She snuck out of her home to meet a guy she had been messaging on an app named Kik. This guy was five years older than Nicole, and he used the app to get her to meet him privately where she was...

Behind the Scenes in Student Forum

Behind the Scenes in Student Forum

Kendall Phillips, Reporter
February 24
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Student Forum is a group of students responsible for almost everything that happens at Brashier. School events, organized by Student Forum, help unite our student body, and school events can help bring the entire Brashier community closer. Without Student Forum’s hard work, guest speakers, prom, and...

New Open Carry Law Passed in Texas

New Open Carry Law Passed in Texas

Ansley Glenn, Reporter
February 19
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The new year brings along a lot of changes, such as constantly getting the year wrong in dates for the entire month of January, a spike in gym memberships as people fruitlessly attempt to enact their new year's resolutions, and the sadness people have after realizing they must return to work or school...

New Trends Seem to Have Bitter Ends

New Trends Seem to Have Bitter Ends

Lyla Warsi, Reporter
February 16
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Similar to mountains, trends rise and fall. However, one plight of many trendy items is the fact that they break. Products that are popular might be fun, but they can also have problems. For example, America’s newest popular item, the hoverboard, has literally crashed and burned. “Hoverboards have been ...

Is Racism Over?

Is Racism Over?

Monica Williams, Reporter
February 5
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Generation Y, also known as the millennial generation whose birth years range from the 1990s-2000’s, is known for being more accepting than any other generation. With gay marriage being legalized and the feminist movement rising, one could say that this is the generation that ends all the problems that...

Immigrants Vs. The World

Immigrants Vs. The World

Graeme Hanson, Reporter
February 3
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“Immigration has been blown out of proportion, it is nowhere near as bad as bad as everyone believes,” says Sophomore Matthew Derrick. Immigration has become one of America’s most hotly debated issues; it seemingly finds a connection to any political conversation. “It feels like just a European and Middle ...

Inmate Dog Training Programs

Inmate Dog Training Programs

Madison Gary, Reporter
February 2
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There are many Inmate Dog Training Programs around the nation, each giving both dogs and prison inmates a chance at a healthy life. The program aims at raising and training puppies for adoption, but at the same time it teaches the inmate to be more responsible and caring towards others. “It gives [t...

Spirit Week Brings Brashier Students Together

Spirit Week Brings Brashier Students Together

Emily Ellis, Reporter
February 1
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Spirit Week is a week during the school year that each high school has. It allows its students to have fun exhibiting school spirit, while supporting a charity. At Brashier Middle College, Spirit Week is a time that the students can choose to not wear their uniforms, buy out of their classes, participa...

Teachers in the Military

Teachers in the Military

Kendall Phillips, Reporter
January 14
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Serving in the military is one of many respectable occupations a student could choose to pursue after high school. Although it is a great way to build character and develop maturity, serving in the military requires a lot of hard work and self discipline. A few of Brashier’s teachers who have served ...

The Cheesecake is Coming! The Cheesecake is Coming!

The Cheesecake is Coming! The Cheesecake is Coming!

Emily Ellis, Reporter
January 11
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Rumors have been circling, for what seems like ages, about the addition of a Cheesecake Factory to the Greenville, South Carolina area. “I have heard the Cheesecake Factory has been coming for years. I am skeptical, but would be excited to see it open,” says Social Studies Teacher Wynne Boliek. T...

The Social Media Struggle

The Social Media Struggle

Lyla Warsi, Reporter
January 4
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Social media has had a massive impact on society, impacting the general public positively and negatively. There are people of many ages on social media, but it seems that social media has an increasing impact on teenagers. With new social media platforms releasing, more people would want to become active on...

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