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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 […]

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 […]

COVID-19 leaves lasting impact on classrooms

As the world continues to adjust to changes amidst COVID-19, high school teachers have faced the task of educating students under rare and unforeseeable circumstances. Stepping up to the challenge, teachers have had to maintain the quality of teaching present before the chaos of the pandemic while simultaneously having to permanently change aspects of their […]

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 […]

New superintendent overcomes adversity, seeks connection with community

At the beginning of each school year, the hallways overflow with new faces. New students and teachers alike are eagerly welcomed into the school community. This year, however, one new face in particular has been in the spotlight of Bexley Schools: Superintendent Jason Fine. Fine, who was hired last spring, said that he grew up […]

Senior follows teaching dream at Cassingham Elementary

The bell rings to start the day for hundreds of elementary students. Some kids that fill the classrooms are energetic, some are shy and some are nervous about learning. Teachers have to take on the task of educating these students and appealing to their needs. Senior Eli Dresbach has risen to this challenge, taking the […]

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 […]

Junior becomes junior cinephile

Junior Cecil Abbott, like the great director Cecil B. DeMille is ready for his closeup. While some students spend their free time playing video games and viewing social media, Abbott has found his passion in watching and reviewing movies. Abbott said that he has always loved movies ever since the swashbuckling tales of Luke Skywalker […]

School organizations utilize social media to their advantage

A student opens their Instagram feed. Instead of scrolling through pictures of friends on vacation and their favorite college sports teams highlight videos, they see club posts about meetings and high school sports teams about games coming up. Last year, a new club, the Bexley Anti-Racism Project, wanted to find a way to spread the […]

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