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How to Survive Finals Week

Macy Potts
June 2, 2017
Filed under Opinion

As the school year comes to an end at BHS, finals have just begun in core and elective classes. With the seniors just finishing high school, finals week has just begun. Finals week can be one of the most stressful times in a student's life. With tests in almost all of classes and the anxiety to be done w...

Ordering a new coffee

Ordering a new coffee

May 17, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Student Life

Quite recently, my close comrade, senior Simon Pusateri, cello extraordinaire and coffee aficionado, introduced me to a new way of coffee consumption: the Go Cube. This coffee gummy candy came on the market in the fall of 2016 by the Nootrobox company. Go Cubes can be purchased in packs of four and ...

Boardman basketball season wrap-up

Chris Mediate, Editor-in-Chief
March 17, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Sports

For many years now, Boardman’s basketball program has struggled to regain any real relevance in the area. But this season went much different than what anyone could have imagined.   To begin a pretty awe-inspiring story of two teams, allow me to first explain how much the girls’ and boys...

Gals for Galentine’s

Gals for Galentine’s

Maria Serra, Staff Reporter
February 22, 2017
Filed under Opinion

NBC’s hit comedy, Parks and Recreation, starring Amy Poehler, created its own holiday that has been celebrated by fans ever since the show aired: Galentine’s Day. This special day occurs one day ahead of Feb. 14 or for all of you romantics out there… Valentine’s Day. Instead of celebrating lov...

Five future NBA stars playing in college

Chris Mediate, Editor-in-Chief
February 14, 2017
Filed under Opinion

The National Basketball Association for years has used the college basketball platform to gauge young up and coming talent. Each NBA team is looking for something different. Some teams are looking for young players to fill their complementary roles, some are looking for players who fit an offensive...

Penguins head to FCS National Championship

Penguins head to FCS National Championship

Chris Mediate, Editor-in-Chief
January 6, 2017
Filed under Opinion, Sports

The last two months have been hectic in the world of college football. Especially for the Divison 1-AA Football Championship Series Playoff, as two unlikely teams are set to square off: the Youngstown State Penguins and the James Madison Dukes.   This 24-team playoff that consists of some o...

A retail employee’s guide to surviving Black Friday

A retail employee’s guide to surviving Black Friday

Jaden Karr, Copy Editor
November 30, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

As many people are aware, Black Friday marks the unofficial start of the holiday shopping season. With many stores opening earlier and earlier each year, including the Southern Park and Eastwood malls controversially opening from 6pm-12am on Thanksgiving, then closing to re-open on Black Friday at 6...

Top Five Stress Relief Tips

Top Five Stress Relief Tips

Maria Serra, Staff Reporter
November 21, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Uncategorized

The first semester of the school year is already more than halfway completed. This means that the demand for homework, tests, extracurricular activities, work, etc. is increasing. In order to combat the anxiety that this time of year presents, here are a few easy tips that anyone can follow in order...

Basketball without the three-point line

Chris Mediate, Sports Coordinator
May 17, 2016
Filed under Opinion

Throughout life, everything around you is constantly changing. Some things are small, others are really big. Sometimes these changes are unseen and silent, others are big and loud. It is just how life works. The same constant motion of change happens in sports. More specifically in this situation, the...

How technology is changing us

How technology is changing us

May 15, 2016
Filed under Opinion

  Technology takes away from the social interaction between people and also has other outcomes like ADHD, school work and the way someone is viewed. During school hours most everyone has their phone on them and this takes away from students learning and causes their focus to be interrupted...

13 Reasons Why

Julia Bruno, Staff reporter
November 11, 2015
Filed under Opinion

Clay Jenson had another typical day at school until he returned home and there was a strange package with his name on it awaiting him at his doorstep. When he opened the package, he found a bunch of cassette tapes left by a girl Hannah Baker who had killed herself two weeks before. Hannah was Clay’s...

Youngstown Playhouse has successful opening of 91st season

Youngstown Playhouse has successful opening of 91st season

Jaden Karr, Entertainment & Social Media
October 7, 2015
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

The Youngstown Playhouse was packed the last two weekends for the season-opening play, Cats. The play went over very well with audiences, young and old, and many people had great things to say about the actors from many age groups. David Jendre and Emily Pasquale directed the play. The ever-popular...

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