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Students experience senior-only prom

Margaret Zirwas Staff Reporter Students dance maskless and shoulder to shoulder in the center of a ballroom as “Cupid Shuffle” blares from the speakers. While this may sound like a scene from 2019, it’s really a description of Bexley’s 2021 senior prom, held on May 8, 2021. Throughout the school year, the possibility of a […]

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Students enthusiastic to get COVID-19 vaccine

Students 16 and older excitedly rushed to book their appointments with hopes of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine as soon as possible and wishes of a normal summer. Junior Liam Avelluto said he received his vaccine at the Columbus Expo Center. He got the Pfizer vaccine, which is the only available vaccine for those under 18 […]

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District remembers former student with new scholarship

“He had this aura that drew people in,” said science teacher Josh Butcher of 2019 graduate Eli Weinstock.  Weinstock passed away unexpectedly in March at his home in Washington, D.C. where he attended American University, according to his family. Since his passing, the Bexley Education Foundation has announced a new scholarship fund in his honor […]

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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 […]

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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 […]

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High school community remembers Jeremiah Clinton

Megan Diehl Co-editor Following the loss of former Bexley student Jeremiah Clinton in a shooting, students and staff at the high school have taken time to reflect on his impact on people in the Bexley community. Junior Noah Lyons described his bond with Clinton as very close. Living near Clinton, Lyons said that their 20 […]

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Boredom inspires quarantine purchasing, purging

Katie Jude  Staff Reporter  If one was to compare their schedule today with that of exactly one year ago, it is likely that the contrast would be quite severe. Last spring, many people’s schedules were still teeming with social activities such as sporting events, parties and concerts.  However, those social gatherings were quickly wiped from […]

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Bexley families blend aspects of various cultures

Elliot Goldman Staff Reporter The final bell of the school day rings at 3:25, and senior Coco Gonzalez leaves class and walks to exit school with her friends, after having a typical American school day. She then gets home, where she begins to speak Spanish and experiences an entirely different culture.   Bexley has many students […]

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Underclassmen challenge themselves with rigorous class schedules

Sydney Hoffman Staff Reporter The bell rings, and freshman Annabel Long jumps up from one of her honors classes to hurry to her next class, AP World History, which is then followed by yet another honors class. This is the typical day for Long and many underclassmen who take many difficult classes. Long said that […]

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Harvard-bound senior Leah Tadese looking forward to furthering her education

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 […]