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Phineas and Molly

Phineas and Molly

Chloe Brown, Reporter

October 20, 2017


Filed under Halloween, Recent Stories, Student Musings

The spaceship, Oblivion is set to land in 2027 on the planet Cyrin. The ship is traveling with two Lophiiformes species. Little is known about this species, but the astrobiologists of Oblivion have taken it upon themselves to learn and make key observations about the species. Of this species, the crew is st...

Just Scream

Just Scream

Katelyn Kargol, Reporter

October 19, 2017


Filed under Feature Page, Halloween, Recent Stories, Student Musings

The wind twirled and flipped outside a rather large, desolate mansion. Inside, a seventeen year old girl was tossing and turning in her bed. The trees outside her window cast eerie shadows across the white walls of her large bedroom. The girl’s name was Rayna Ó Ceallaigh, and she was one out of the two,...

Teachers’ Salaries: The Ongoing Debate

Teachers’ Salaries: The Ongoing Debate

Grace Daniel, Reporter

October 19, 2017


Filed under Feature Page, On Your Mind, Recent Stories

In South Carolina, the controversy about teachers’ salaries continues to rage on after years of dispute. Teachers in South Carolina have relatively low salaries compared to other careers, and many people believe that they aren’t paid nearly enough for all the important work they do. Despite constant ...

The Water Sings

The Water Sings

Valentina Idarraga, Reporter

October 18, 2017


Filed under Halloween, Recent Stories, Student Musings

“Yeah, well I can’t aim high if I don’t care about my grades!” says Celeste, the bright and rebellious teen that her mother, Eleana, has to deal with. “You might not care about them, but your phone won’t ever see the light of day if your grades aren’t at least passing young lady.” ...

The Power of Poetry

The Power of Poetry

Grace Daniel, Reporter

October 17, 2017


Filed under Events, Feature Page, Recent Stories, Student Musings

During the week of October 9th through the 13th, Glenis Redmond, the Peace Center’s Poet-In-Residence, visited Brashier Middle College. She provided interactive poetry workshops, performed some of her own poetry, and shared the power of the written word with English III students at Brashier. From writing to perfor...

The Discovery of Socially Complex Octopi

The Discovery of Socially Complex Octopi

Chloe Brown, Reporter

October 16, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Could there possibly be a group of human-like octopi lurking within the ocean? “I have not recently read about this specific topic or done any research to know about socially complex octopi. I would, however, like to learn and educate myself about this particular topic. Even though I have not rea...

What Makes a Team Lose?

What Makes a Team Lose?

Chris Calamia, Reporter

October 11, 2017


Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Top Stories, Uncategorized

Between all sports, each fan shares a mutual distaste for their favorite team taking a loss. Whether your team is on a hot winning streak that was suddenly upset by an underdog, or in an unfortunate rebuilding phase and losing game after game, the heartbreaking sentiment is constant among all fans. How...

Hart Has No Heart

Hart Has No Heart

Hannah Clark, Reporter

October 10, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Student Musings

“Many people probably think celebrities have it all, but sometimes they face more scrutiny because they are under the public eye…” says Mauldin Elementary School teacher Jennifer Clark. Actor and comedian Kevin Hart was recently a victim of a multi-million dollar extortion. According to law enforce...

The Reality of College

The Reality of College

Jasmyne Michaels, Reporter

October 4, 2017


Filed under BMC Students, Feature Page, Recent Stories, School Tips, Student Life, Student Musings

College: it is the idea we work our whole school careers towards. We check if we have the good grades, the high scores, the outstanding recommendations, extracurriculars, and anything else you could dream up that colleges and universities want. With these qualifications, you also must consider whether ...

Soccer For Success

Soccer For Success

Liz Simo, Reporter

September 29, 2017


Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Sports News, Student Life, Top Stories

Some would say that the most critical part of a kid’s day is when they get out of the classroom. That’s why after-school programs are essential for children who do not have the proper support they need to be successful. Soccer For Success is a non-for-profit after-school program that is proven to help kids establish healthy habits and develop critical life skills ...

Don’t Dream It’s Over

Don’t Dream It’s Over

Valentina Idarraga, Reporter

September 28, 2017


Filed under News, Recent Stories

One of the most controversial topics in America, immigration, has recently agitated the American people after President Trump removed DACA on September 5th, 2017. DACA, or Deferred Action of Children Arrivals, was an executive order made by previous president, Barack Obama. This action would ultimatel...

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