Sports

Swim team perseveres amidst COVID-19 setbacks

Despite the ongoing challenges associated with COVID-19, the Bexley swim team has managed to place high at meets and advance many swimmers to districts and even states.  Freshman Anja Hoy and sophomore Nicholas Minkin are both moving on to states after dropping their times at the district meet Feb. 18 at Bowling Green State University. […]

Spectators return to gymnasium as winter sports take off

New girls lacrosse coach aims to rebuild relationships, improve on last season

Right mindset, encouragement fuels athletes’ motivation

NBA should be able to play 2020-2021 basketball season

Opinion

New Pixar movie ‘Soul’ presents intriguing, detailed plot

Pixar’s new movie “Soul” offers an intriguing story about exploring the little things in life and features Pixar’s first Black lead. Produced by the same director as the movies “Inside Out” and “Up,” Pete Docter’s “Soul” is a cute, family-friendly film perfect for all ages with its detailed and eye-catching animations. Joe Gardner, voiced by […]

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ lacks substance, falls short of expectations

Donald Trump’s normalization of racism to affect America after his departure

News

Ray and Associates to assist in superintendent search

The Board of Education selected the executive search business Ray and Associates, Inc. to assist them in their search for a new superintendent at their meeting on Thursday, Feb. 11 following Chief Academic Officer Jill Abraham’s decision to not take the position. The choice of search firm was made following presentations from the Educational Service […]

News

New hybrid model underway at high school

The high school has adopted a new ABAB hybrid model instead of the previous AAZBB model as the result of a Board of Education decision. Principal Kristin Robbins explained the district adopted this new model so that students can attend in-person school more often. Robbins said the previous hybrid model’s all-online Wednesdays were no longer […]

News

Bexley Anti-Racism Project becomes new club at school

The Bexley Anti-Racism Project has become a new club in the high school that allows students to get involved with changes coming to the school district regarding inclusivity and greater representation of minority students. Social studies teacher and BARP club adviser Anna Schottenstein explained that the club is a satellite group of the already-existing organization […]

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