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Boy Stabs “Friend” in the Back

Boy Stabs “Friend” in the Back

Ethan Lamont, Editor

September 20, 2018


Filed under News, Recent Stories, Reviews - Opinions, Top Stories

On August 16, Luther High School in Oklahoma welcomed students back with a back-to-school assembly. Amongst the crowd, there was an unnamed 14-year-old girl sitting, unaware of what was about to occur. A boy of the same age shocked everyone when he quietly approached the girl and proceeded to stab her ...

Justice Delayed or Denied?

Justice Delayed or Denied?

Ashlyn Athey, Reporter

September 18, 2018


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On Tuesday, August 21st, the last known Nazi collaborator residing within the United States was deported to Germany by air ambulance. Jakiw Palij, now 95 years old, was born in Poland and joined the Nazis as a camp guard when he was 18. After World War II ended, Palij lied on his visa application to the United States...

U.S. History Homerun

U.S. History Homerun

Grace Daniel, Reporter

September 14, 2018


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New school years often bring change, and this year’s change is Brashier’s new addition to its faculty. The addition comes in the form of Coach Nick Pintz, who was welcomed as the new U.S. history teacher and head baseball coach. Coach Pintz has taught for 18 years and is excited to join the Bras...

A Scheduling Puzzle

A Scheduling Puzzle

Mallory Smith, Reporter

September 13, 2018


Filed under BMC Students, Recent Stories, Top Stories

Schedules are a powerful thing. They have the ability to make or break the year for a student. There is a lot of hope and anticipation for students leading up to schedule pick up, which can either be fulfilled or immediately shot down once the schedule is received.   After receiving his schedule, junior, Carson...

Where Were You?

Where Were You?

Jasmyne Michaels, Editor

September 11, 2018


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Today is the seventeenth anniversary of the event we know as 9/11. It is an event that shook the entire country, rippling from New York City, where the World Trade Center was hit, not once, but twice by two planes, as a planned attack. America stood still in shock and fear, as the realization washed...

The NFL is Changing … Again

The NFL is Changing … Again

Tyler Davidson, Reporter

September 7, 2018


Filed under Recent Stories, Sports, Top Stories

For the past 97 years that the National Football League has been in existence, it has seen a fair share of rule changes. The latest batch of changes to the NFL rulebook came from the NFL’s Annual Meeting, where the team owners of the NFL come together to talk about the upcoming season. These rules have made changes t...

Cape Town: Running Out of Time and Water

Cape Town: Running Out of Time and Water

Valentina Idarraga, Reporter

March 5, 2018


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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 ...

Change in PyeongChang

Change in PyeongChang

Lauren Ervin, Reporter

February 16, 2018


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The highly anticipated Olympic Games allow athletes from all over the world to compete in a variety of sports. This year’s 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea will allow athletes to compete in figure skating, curling, bobsledding, and more. Although the focus of the games is sports, their impact ...

Colleges, Careers, and the World of Adulthood

Colleges, Careers, and the World of Adulthood

Chelsea Evangelista, Reporter

January 29, 2018


Filed under BMC Students, Events, Recent Stories, Top Stories

As the school rolls into the New Wear, Brashier hosted its first College/Career Day since the school opened. The two-day event was mainly a replacement for the beloved Arts Intercession due to the several circumstances. “I liked Arts Intercession; I think it was fun… [but] I think that it’s more ben...

“Be Kind and Good and Respectful”

“Be Kind and Good and Respectful”

Ashlyn Athey, Reporter

January 26, 2018


Filed under BMC Students, Events, Feature Page, Top Stories

“We lived a very normal life [in Germany]. My father was very successful in the shoe business. All of a sudden, all those who were our dearest friends turned against us. Germany was one of the most cultured nations back in the 1930s. They were brilliant people, and this is what they used their brillia...

Herff Jones and Expensive Stones

Herff Jones and Expensive Stones

Ethan Lamont, Editor

November 14, 2017


Filed under BMC Students, Reviews - Opinions, Top Stories

Each school year, a familiar announcement is heard by the students. “Brashier is being visited by a Herff Jones representative today.” Whether you’re a junior or senior, you know the Herff Jones Company as the provider of class rings and graduation supplies. While some value the memories ...

Remembering the First World War

Remembering the First World War

Ashlyn Athey, Reporter

November 10, 2017


Filed under Recent Stories, Top Stories

Does 11:11 on November 11th ring a bell to you? If not, it’s time you pin a crimson red poppy to your coat and join the World War I Remembrance Day celebration! In Britain and other countries, citizens pin the red flowers to their shirts on November 11th and honor those in their country who lost their lives during World War I....

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