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Competition for Goalie

Competition for Goalie

Angela Coppola, Reporter
April 11
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
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
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
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
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...

“Eggceptional” Easter DIY

“Eggceptional” Easter DIY

Emily Ellis, Reporter
March 22
Filed under Featured Multimedia, News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Most people can probably say that when they were growing up, they dyed Easter Eggs at least once. This Easter DIY brings you a new, innovative way to make Easter Eggs. This can be a fun craft to do with your family or while babysitting. It eliminates the risk of spilling dyes or cracking eggs. It is al...

The Greenville Zoo Welcomes Baby Giraffe

The Greenville Zoo Welcomes Baby Giraffe

Grace Lothridge, Reporter
March 17
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The Greenville Zoo was founded in 1960 and has been a popular attraction ever since. Recently  the zoo has added some new attractions, from the African lions, Chuma and Saied (sigh-eed), brought in 2008, to the amur leopards, an endangered species brought to the zoo in 2011. However, none of these new attr...

Should Fitbits Be Mandatory In Gym Classes?

Should Fitbits Be Mandatory In Gym Classes?

Monica Williams, Reporter
March 8
Filed under New Trends, News, Recent Stories, Student Life, Top Stories

FitBits, wearable and wireless activity trackers, have become a huge fad over the past few months. In Tulsa, Oklahoma, Oral Roberts University required that its freshmen class have a FitBit, so they could track their physical activity. Before FitBits, students used notebooks to document their exercise. The overseer of ORU, Mike Matthews, says the university wants ...

Loving on Your Pets

Loving on Your Pets

Emily Ellis, Reporter
March 1
Filed under News, On Your Mind, Photos, Recent Stories, Student Life, Top Stories

Usually in the month of February, people only focus on Valentine’s Day and President’s Day, but there are many other holidays to celebrate in February, including Love Your Pet Day on February 20th. This unofficial holiday with no known creator is a time to celebrate to you and your pet. (Photo Credit: Emily Ellis) 1. Some snake...

Growing Cities Bring Growing Crime Rates

Growing Cities Bring Growing Crime Rates

Pooja Patel, Reporter
February 29
Filed under News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

As cities become more advanced, a more diverse population grows. Crime serves as a latent function in the expansion of a city. As of 2013, South Carolina was ranked ninth in the United States for a population growth of approximately 60,000 people. Greenville County, alone, has a population of about f...

Securing Safety in Schools

Securing Safety in Schools

Ashley Avila, Reporter
February 25
Filed under News, Recent Stories, Student Life, Student Musings, Top Stories

On January 4th, 2016 in Plainfield Indiana, some students returned from winter break while others were kept their students at home due to bomb threats made on social media over the break. Students at Plainfield High School stated that the threats got more violent each day, and they don’t feel safe going back to school under these circumstances. ...

Unrecognized Clubs at Brashier

Unrecognized Clubs at Brashier

Robin Conner, Reporter
February 23
Filed under News, Photos, Recent Stories, Student Life, Top Stories

Brashier tries to provide many opportunities for students to express their hobbies. However, clubs that provide an outlet to express these interests often go unnoticed. Clubs such as, MCNC and Yoga Wednesday help make students more well-rounded individuals. Many schools know the importance of this and...

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