BHS Insight

Technologically Speaking

Isabelle Barrett, Staff Writer

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Our society has become one of instant gratification. Thanks to technology, we can now have anything our hearts desire delivered to our doorstep with the touch of a button. As a result, we have become numb to anything that doesn’t...

College Is Not Your Only Option

Hanna Marchesseault, Staff Writer

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

As a student halfway through my senior year, I’ve been through the college application process. I’ve made the infamous Common App account, filled out what seems like 1,000 applications, submitted my FAFSA, sent my SAT scores...

The Dirt on Semesterization

Greta Shaughnessy, Staff Writer

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

As a senior in high school now I have endured the ever changing climate of BHS for five years. Most changes good, but not all. For the first time in years, BHS decided the senior English and psychology credit would be split into...

The High Price for a Bright Future

Linnea Fawkes, Staff Writer

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

  Deciding where you receive your college education can be one of the most important decisions you will make in life. You shouldn’t lose the opportunity to attend a school that’s a perfect fit for you due to a high...

The Juggling Act

Asanya Wawlagala, Contributing Writer

April 4, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

We are surrounded by numbers. Our grades, GPA, SAT and AP scores and finally the last judgement call, our percentile rank. Education is a hierarchy system, with the most intelligent at the top and the least at the bottom. We are...

Merry Political Correctness: “Happy Holidays” vs. “Merry Christmas”

Stephanie Stiles, Staff Writer

April 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

The debate between the greeting Happy Holidays vs Merry Christmas is one that consistently appears every December. It wasn’t until President Donald Trump’s recent comments condemning the fact that Christmas is considered politically...

Terrorism: A Domestic Infection

Lily Mathieu, Staff Writer

April 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Terrorism: a disease interminably surging through our veins. Deafening, rhythmically pulsing through every artery, it threatens to fracture the bones that suppress its power. We look to the exterior to find the causes of our illness;...

Sunday vs. Monday: Should the U.S. Conform to a Week that Starts on Monday?

Joey Higginbotham, Staff Writer

April 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Many people around the United States think Sunday is the last day of the week, the day we get one last day of relaxation before we dreadfully mope back to our responsibilities on Monday. However, Sunday actually marks the start...

Take the Statues Down: Where Is the Line Drawn Between Acknowledging Our History and Glorifying Our Ugly Past?

Emma Needham, Satff Writer

April 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

“Sad to see the history and culture of our great country being ripped apart with the removal of our beautiful statues and monuments,” President Trump tweeted on Aug. 10. “You can’t change history, but you can learn from...

The Cost of Gender: A Product’s Price is Dependent on Who it’s Advertised for

Skylar Bowman, Staff Writer

April 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Men’s razors seem to work better and cost less. Men’s antiperspirants seem to work better and cost less. That’s something myself and many of my female friends have noticed. Why is that? What’s the actual difference in...

Editorial: No Fun at BHS

Insight Staff, Staff Writers

April 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

High school is a time not just for education, but for memories. It is a time to have fun and fit in every experience you can, before the real world strikes post-graduation. When we listen to alumni or even our parents, they talk...

Why You Do The Things You Do, Even If They’re Bad For You

Insight Staff 2017-2018, Staff Writers

November 8, 2017

Filed under Editorial, Opinion, Showcase

Decisions, decisions. Why do we do what we do? It’s a question that has no definite answer. Our decisions range from something as simple as choosing to make your bed in the morning to those more complex, like whether or not...

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