BHS Insight


Terrorism: A Domestic Infection

Lily Mathieu, Staff Writer

April 2, 2018

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

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

“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

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

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

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...

Housewives of BHS

Greta Shaughnessy, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017

Imagine being the captain of the cheer team. You also have a pretty hefty course load, filled with APs and Honors classes. Now also imagine being expected to cater to the needs of the football team all while trying to juggle school,...

PRO: Late to Class?

Linnea Fawkes, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017

Notice anything different this year at B.H.S.? Listen closely and you will recognize the bells only ring at the start of the day and at dismissal time. This new change has been quite a complication for numerous reasons. Every...

CON: Late to Class?

Joe Lennon-Phillips, Staff Writer

November 8, 2017

The flood of changes that meet returning students and faculty at BHS has caused quite the stir. One change we can all get on board with? No bells. Well, less bells. This year, instead of the usual unholy amount of bells ringing...

The Cons to Twinning

Grace Kilroy, Staff Writer

April 6, 2017

“Oh my god, I wish I had a twin!” Being a twin, that’s one of the most common phrases I hear. My immediate response is a joking, lighthearted “No, you don’t.” Of course I say this with some sarcasm, but occasionally ...

Don’t Sweat The Small Stuff

Hannah Fay, Staff Writer

April 6, 2017

Last week, while laughing at myself after ripping my pants a-la-Spongebob-Squarepants, one of my two fake teeth fell from my mouth and landed perfectly in the folds of my cowl-necked sweater. Despite a few strange glances, I ke...

The Elephant in The Room

Shannon MacDonald, Staff Writer

April 6, 2017

While high school may be remembered as “the good old days” for some adults, avoiding the mental health issues facing teenagers today can’t be an option for the adults in our world. According to the Substance Abuse and Men...

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