BMC News

Don’t Just Sit There! Stop School Shootings

Don’t Just Sit There! Stop School Shootings

Sarah Shehan, Reporter

April 12, 2018


Filed under News, Recent Stories

The number of school shootings has been on the rise during the past few years. There have been more than 300 school shootings in the United States these past few years since 2012. Since the Parkland Florida School shooting, Brashier has been working on increasing security on campus to improve student sa...

Wakanda Forever!

Wakanda Forever!

Kamryn Mattison, Reporter

March 29, 2018


Filed under Events, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions

The recent movie buzz has been centered around Marvel's “Black Panther,” which came out on February 16. The movie features a mainly African-American cast led by Chadwick Boseman, who plays T’Challa, the king of Wakanda and the Black Panther; he is also from Anderson, South Carolina, not far f...

God’s Plan for Drake in Philanthropy

God’s Plan for Drake in Philanthropy

Valentina Idarraga, Reporter

March 28, 2018


Filed under Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions

Recently, Drake, the well-known Toronto rapper, has stolen the stage with his number one song on the Billboard Top 100, “God’s Plan.” The music video exhibits the good deeds the rapper committed in the city of Miami. Drake made it clear at the beginning of the video that the budget for the production was $996,631.90 a...

Student-Led Conferences

Student-Led Conferences

Grace Daniel, Reporter

March 27, 2018


Filed under BMC Students, Events, On Your Mind, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Student Life, Student Musings

Student-led conferences (SLC) are a way for students to reflect on their quarter, personally and academically. It allows the student to think back to what worked, what did not work, and how they can improve their academic success based on their experiences so far. The conferences took place March 15th a...

Kindness Counts

Kindness Counts

Ethan Lamont, Reporter

March 23, 2018


Filed under BMC Students, Events, Recent Stories, Student Life, Student Musings

Schools are constantly fighting a recurring issue: bullying. Whether it manifests itself as physical harm, which has become less common, or as cyberbullying, it is becoming a larger issue. Many schools choose to hold anti-bullying campaigns in order to combat this; Brashier, however, is choosing to do...

Snapchat Makes a Rookie Mistake

Snapchat Makes a Rookie Mistake

Katelyn Kargol, Reporter

March 7, 2018


Filed under Featured Multimedia, Recent Stories

The new 2018 Snapchat update has caused quite an uproar with teenagers all around the world. Snapchat claimed that the update would upgrade the famous bitmojis, icons that Snapchat released last year. These icons are meant to look like you and are often used in selfies. However, what Snapchat changed with t...

The Influenza Virus Attacks the Nation

The Influenza Virus Attacks the Nation

Kamryn Mattison, Reporter

March 6, 2018


Filed under About Us, BMC Students, News, Recent Stories, School Tips

The influenza virus, simply known as the flu, has been unquestionably intense this year. There have been many deaths caused by the virus and the flu is still spreading. It spreads extremely easily and can last from a couple days to a couple weeks. The deadly virus attacks the throat, nose, and lungs...

Cape Town: Running Out of Time and Water

Cape Town: Running Out of Time and Water

Valentina Idarraga, Reporter

March 5, 2018


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Little did the public expect to see in the latest headlines that the major city of Cape Town in South Africa will eminently be without water. The announced day for which water will run out was originally mid-April, but it has now been moved to the end of May and the beginning of June. The scarcity of water ...

Quinn Divers: Brashier’s First National Merit Scholar Finalist

Quinn Divers: Brashier’s First National Merit Scholar Finalist

Chelsea Evangelista, Reporter

March 2, 2018


Filed under About Us, Recent Stories, Student Life, Student Musings

Each year, sophomores are given the chance to take the PSAT, a preliminary test for the SAT, which they will have to take during their junior year. In this context, choosing to take the PSAT may not be significant, but in the following year, it could lead to a golden opportunity-- qualifying for the National Mer...

Love of the Game, Lack of a Field

Love of the Game, Lack of a Field

Mary Grace Sanders, Reporter

March 1, 2018


Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News

As we are a small school, Brashier doesn’t have as many sports to offer in comparison to the typical public high school. Most schools have football, cheerleading, tennis, wrestling, lacrosse, and track, while we do not. Not having as many opportunities as most do for sports has led to controversial...

Modern Teenage Responsibility

Modern Teenage Responsibility

Liz Simo, Reporter

February 23, 2018


Filed under About Us, BMC Students, Recent Stories, Reviews/Opinions, Student Life

Being a teenager isn’t always a breeze. Parents can put a lot of pressure on their children, and teachers emphasize a strong work ethic from the very first time we step into kindergarten. Many teens feel overwhelmed balancing school and home life, along with any extracurriculars. It is a key part of becoming an...

Brashier Middle College Charter High School News....written and created by students, for students
Recent Stories