While the school requires students to learn the basis of contraceptives, many remain ill-informed about the history and many uses of birth control. Birth control does play a large role in preventing unwanted pregnancies, but it is also used to address other health concerns. The first form of a birth control pill was originally approved […]
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 […]
After almost a month of empty bleachers and quiet games, Bexley fans have been allowed by the school to return to cheer on student-athletes at athletic events. Bexley Board of Education member Alissha Mitchell explained that this decision was made Monday, Jan. 11 by the district’s Executive Leadership Team, comprised of principals, the superintendent, director […]
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 […]
The girls lacrosse team is set to begin their season with a home opener against Westerville Central on Thursday, March 25 under the leadership of new head coach and Latin teacher Jackie Lund. Lund said she is replacing the former head coach and will be joined by Bexley alums Kate Bridge as JV coach, Hunter […]
While the Ivy League may not be for everyone, senior Leah Tadese had always believed it would be a perfect place for her. Ever since she was 7 years old, Tadese knew she wanted to go to Harvard. Her dreams became a reality in December when she received her acceptance letter. Tadese explained that she […]
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 […]
The newest Wonder Woman movie, “Wonder Woman 1984,” was one of the most anticipated movies of 2020, and its HBO Max release made it easily accessible during the pandemic. Despite critics’ glowing reviews pre-release, the movie proves disappointing, as it fails to follow a coherent and engaging storyline. “Wonder Woman 1984” follows Diana Prince, played […]
The English Resource Center reopened for the first time this school year at the beginning of the second semester, offering both virtual and in-person options with former library aide Neal Tomich as the new director. Tomich said the ERC will be open to students before school from 8:00 a.m to 8:30 a.m, during all seven […]
*Editors’ Note: Names have been changed to protect the sources’ anonymity. Student Gracie Ward* sat in the passenger seat of her mom’s car and watched the highway pass with unease. She was on the way to the doctor with her mom, preparing to ask for birth control and trying to find the right words to […]
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