Editorial: Full-length AP testing this year puts students at disadvantage

Students at Bexley have spent less time physically in school this year than ever before due to the necessary implementation of hybrid learning schedules and other precautions taken against COVID-19. Although College Board is offering both in-person and online testing, an issue that has gone unaddressed is that many schools are behind where they would […]


Oscar Predictions: Best Actor

Winning Best Actor at the Oscars is one of the highest honors for any actor and can make any actor a household name. For Best Actor in a Leading Role, Chadwick Boseman should receive the Oscar.  Boseman passed away at age 43 due to colon cancer in August 2020, shortly after the movie “Ma Rainey’s […]


New tardy system allows three each quarter instead of five each semester

A new tardy system was implemented after spring break that allows students to accumulate three tardies every nine weeks, instead of the prior tardy system which allowed students five tardies each semester. Assistant Principal Craig McMillen said this new system is a way to create a fresh start to being all in and having a […]


Senior-only Prom to be held with modifications for COVID-19 safety

A seniors-only prom with adaptations to limit the risk of spreading COVID-19 will be held May 8 from 7:30-11:30 p.m. at Columbus Country Club. Principal Kristin Robbins said in order for Prom to happen safely this year, there will be no dates from other schools or from any grade levels below 12th. She said that […]


Roundnet Club established, plans inaugural tournament

Each year, as the last remnants of snow melt from the ground and the first signs of the approaching summer season show themselves, families and friends alike gather outdoors to enjoy the weather and each other’s company. On any sunny day, it’s a typical sight to see groups convening to play lawn games such as […]


Showstopping senior writes, assistant directs, acts in play

In order to graduate from Bexley, seniors must complete a Capstone project that demonstrates their ability to work independently to complete a project that they are passionate about. Most students complete volunteer service or do a research project, but senior Andrew Morton is not like most: for his Capstone, Morton completed the artistic feat of […]


Drake drops ‘Scary Hours 2’ pack amid anticipation of follow-up album

In October 2020, Drake announced he would be releasing the album “Certified Lover Boy” in January as a follow up to “Dark Lane Demo Tapes,” but after injuring his knee, he delayed the release and dropped a shorter album, “Scary Hours 2,” in the meantime. Drake is undeniably one of the most accomplished and consistent […]


District requiring students to double mask for all-in school

Students are required to wear two masks, or an equivalent, in the school at all times as a result of going back all-in Tuesday, March 23. Interim Superintendent Dan Good said students can wear one cloth mask over a paper mask or any mask that is the Center for Disease Control and Prevention equivalent of […]


Students return to all-in school as district braces against possible spreading of coronavirus

Students and staff started attending in person school every day Tuesday, March 23 as the district moved forward with its plan to safely return all five schools to an all-in learning mode. Director of Operations Harley Williams explained that the district made three main changes to the functions of the schools: reorganizing classrooms for proper […]


Korean-American film ‘Minari’ weaves themes into nuanced plot

First showcased at the Sundance Film Festival, “Minari” explores the clash of ideals among Korean family members who have immigrated to the U.S. Directed by Lee Isaac Chung, “Minari” aims to provide multiple perspectives of what it means to be an immigrant and is a fascinating movie with a powerful soundtrack and engaging cinematography. The […]