Sports

Field hockey team loses to Granville on buzzer beater goal

The varsity field hockey team lost their last home game 1-0 against league opponent Granville Wednesday, Sept. 29. Bexley began the first half with three saves for senior captain Sally Sauer and two shots by Bexley forwards. Bexley dominated the field and the offense. Junior Maddy Kraznow, junior Bea Meeks and sophomore Mashsa Shonia took […]

Students show their skills as most elite athletes of the month

Vaccines prove essential for high school athletes

Football team perseveres despite COVID-19, injuries

Cheer team wins states for second year in a row, adjusts to new form of competition

Opinion

Should celebrities engage in political activism?

Pro Olivia Lybarger Staff Reporter Because of their fame, status and fan base, celebrities have a unique ability to reach and influence large numbers of people, bring to light social issues they care about and encourage their fans to care about them as well. Celebrities should use this platform, particularly when they are speaking out […]

New tea shop offers wide variety, pleasant atmosphere

‘Shang-Chi’ impresses through strong characters, acting

News

Board of Education candidates Q&A

  Six candidates are running for three Board of Education seats in the Tuesday, Nov. 2 election. Jonathan Baker: Board of Education candidate Dr. Jonathan Baker is a 15 year resident of Bexley and a graduate of Northwestern University and The Ohio State University. Baker is a husband and father of three kids. He has […]

News

High school implements free meal program

The school district has adopted a meal program providing free meals to students as they return to all-in schooling. Food service director Julianna Carvi explained that under the National School Lunch Program by the USDA-Food to Children Program, Bexley City Schools can now provide free breakfast and lunch to every student in the district regardless […]

News

Homecoming dance to be held in high school stadium

  Homecoming will be held outside in the high school stadium Saturday, Oct. 16 from 7 to 10 p.m. Student Council adviser Michael Featherstone said the school decided to have Homecoming outside after talking to 12 superintendents of different schools, who were all having Homecoming outdoors. The school plans to follow all COVID-19 policies implemented […]

Clash of the Classes

Senior class cheers on senior Samson Adler as he runs the 4x1, winning the event for the senior class, at the Clash of the Classes which occurred on May 21st. (photo by Nikolas Robinson)