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The Bengals Have Green Thumbs

The Bengals Have Green Thumbs

Ansley Glenn, Reporter
April 21, 2016
Filed under Featured Multimedia, News, Recent Stories, Student Life, Top Stories

Science teacher, Lisa Howell teaches two science classes here at Brashier Middle College. She teaches Physical Science and Pathophysiology/Nutrition. Her Nutrition class is now working on a new and interesting project. Mrs. Howell is teaching her students how to grow their own food. She started this advent...

Kimmi Fleming: Dancer on the Rise

Kimmi Fleming: Dancer on the Rise

Jordan Steele, Reporter
April 20, 2016
Filed under Featured Athlete, News, Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Top Stories

There has always been a debate whether or not dance is a sport. Dancers do not always receive the credit they deserve for all the training and conditioning it takes to be a dancer. However, dancer Kimmi Fleming would say the complete opposite. Her hard work and training has won her many awards in many...

Shane Miles: The Shining Star

Shane Miles: The Shining Star

Lauren Martin, Reporter
April 18, 2016
Filed under News, Recent Stories, Sports News, Top Stories

Junior, Shane Miles, participates in both Basketball and Baseball at Brashier. Getting further into the baseball season, we see that Miles is leading the team in the majority of his stats. This year, it seems that the team is really coming along, statistics stating the team is  4-0 in the region. Shane Miles pi...

Recycling Club Encouraging Students to be Conscious of Their Environment

Recycling Club Encouraging Students to be Conscious of Their Environment

Maya Roberts, Reporter
April 15, 2016
Filed under Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Student Life, Student Musings, Top Stories

Brashier is beginning to encourage its students to gain new recycling habits, all thanks to the new recycling club, which seemed to spring up out of nowhere. This club was started by Biology Teacher Brett Fleming, but has grown into a student led organization. Every time a plastic water bottle is purchas...

Kesha: Victim or Perpatrator

Kesha: Victim or Perpatrator

Pooja Patel, Reporter
April 14, 2016
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Kesha, a modern pop star, allegedly accused her producer, Lukasz Gottwald, popularly known as Dr. Luke, of rape. After years of alleged physical, verbal, and emotional abuse, she decided to build a lawsuit against her famous music producer. Kesha has been attempting to sue to break her contract with Dr. Luke. “If someone did rape her, she should’ve come out sooner than 10 years. It’s like the Bill Cosby cr...

Middle School: No More Zeroes

Middle School: No More Zeroes

Kenzy Clardy, Reporter
April 13, 2016
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Greenville County has started a new policy in middle school where a student can cheat, plagiarize, or turn in nothing and still receive a 61. Middle school teachers are no longer allowed to give a zero to a student for any reason. Middle school principals believe that not giving zeroes will motivate...

Exterminating All Individual Thought

Exterminating All Individual Thought

Graeme Hanson, Reporter
April 12, 2016
Filed under Feature Page, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

With the basic freedoms in America, individuals are allowed to speak freely, peacefully assemble, and have a fair trial, among other things. Being born with these rights causes some to be inclined to take them for granted. ‘“Everybody takes their freedom for granted because they don’t know ...

Competition for Goalie

Competition for Goalie

Angela Coppola, Reporter
April 11, 2016
Filed under News, Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Top Stories

As the Brashier Bengals girls soccer team kicked off their season, there was tension about position placement between Junior Samantha Britt and Sophomore Courtney Ruhl, who both wanted to play goalie this season. “As far as skill, potential keepers need to have good footwork, balance, [and] hand-eye coordination. Their skills are se...

Indian Village Not Allowing Single Women To Use Cellphones

Indian Village Not Allowing Single Women To Use Cellphones

Monica Williams, Reporter
April 8, 2016
Filed under News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Recently, some have gone on tech diets and others have even switched out their phone for one that isn't as new, but can you imagine not being able to own or hold a cell phone at all? Well, that is the case for the single women of Suraj, India. The cellphone ban does not apply to married women or women tha...

Privacy Vs. Law: The Battle Between Apple and the F.B.I

Privacy Vs. Law: The Battle Between Apple and the F.B.I

Robin Conner, Reporter
April 6, 2016
Filed under Featured Multimedia, News, On Your Mind, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Privacy is something most people crave. From Instagram posts to grades, most people like to keep things private. The recent case between Apple and the F.B.I. has been all about privacy and how far it should be kept in court. In San Bernardino, California, a massacre occurred where a married couple...

5 Ways to Relieve your Boredom

5 Ways to Relieve your Boredom

Pooja Patel, Reporter
March 25, 2016
Filed under Blogs, News, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Student Life, Student Musings, Top Stories

In my opinion, Greenville is a city with quite a few things to do. I have a few things that I enjoy doing in town. Something I like to do on the weekends is go-karting. My favorite place to go is LeMans Karting on Roper Mountain Rd. They have really fast karts, and the track is big. You do need a permit o...

Brashier’s Softball Team Strives for Greatness

Brashier’s Softball Team Strives for Greatness

Lyla Warsi, Reporter
March 24, 2016
Filed under News, Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Top Stories

Softball was a sport created on Thanksgiving Day in the year of 1887 by twenty young men. The sport has made history throughout the United States, and has grown more popular along with baseball. Brashier’s Softball coach of four years, Thomas Robinson has dedicated his time to share his knowledge of th...

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