Homecoming returns to Valley Dale Ballroom after two year hiatus

The Student Council hosted the homecoming dance at Valley Dale Ballroom Saturday, Sept. 17 for the first time in two years due to lack of COVID-19 restrictions. Social studies teacher and Student Council Advisor Michael Featherstone said the decision to have homecoming at Valley Dale this year was made in the spring of last school […]


Stars of spirit week

Monochromatic outfit day started off this year’s spirit week. Spirit week, a tradition at the high school, is the week prior to homecoming. During this week, there is a theme for students and teachers to dress according to the theme assigned each day. To celebrate monochromatic Monday, junior Samara Kahan wore an entirely pink outfit. […]


Top athletes of September

Freshman Amiya Bowles is a first singles varsity starter on the girls tennis team and has yet to lose a match this season. She is ranked first in Ohio and 19th nationally for the class of 2026, according to Tennis Recruiting Network. Bowles said one of her proudest accomplishments was being recognized by the United […]


Senior cultivates Garden Club for future members

Orange day-lily. Rose of Sharon. English ivy. All of these beautiful, eye-catching plants can be found adorning numerous homes throughout Bexley. However, aside from their beauty and prevalence, each of these plants has another thing in common: they are not native to Ohio. Senior and president of the high school’s Garden Club Josh Bahar observed […]


Borgata Pizza Cafe serves as hotspot for delicious hand-tossed pizzas

Budd Dairy is a prime location for anyone searching for a good meal and a lively, welcoming environment. Out of all the restaurant options in the food hall, the one that drew me in the most was Borgata Pizza Cafe. Between their extensive menu and the pizzas on display, I could not resist. The aroma […]


Bowl from Boni exceed expectations, supplies variety of authentic cuisines

Walking into Budd Dairy Food Hall for the first time, I was pleasantly surprised by the energetic atmosphere and crowded tables. I debated between ordering fried chicken or something I had not tried before, but I finally decided to go with Filipino street food from Boni. The smell from the small restaurant was what made […]


Commits sign off their next four years to college sports

From driving to tournaments early in the morning to attending sports camps out of state, every aspiring college athlete makes sacrifices. Committing to a college for athletics is a long process, requiring years of hard work and dedication. College sports give students a chance to pursue their dreams and even the potential opportunity to play […]


Wednesday evenings free? Stop by the JCC

The brisk winter months can make hanging out with friends particularly difficult. It’s too cold to go outside, and spending time with a large group of people at home can often be complicated. However, the Jewish Community Center gives students the opportunity to come together and play in a basketball league with their friends. Senior […]


Montrose ‘digs deep’ into history, celebrates centennial

When taking a drive down Main Street in Bexley, there is one property that stands out against the quaint shops and restaurants lining the road. With its sprawling front lawn and towering sandstone columns, Montrose Elementary has welcomed and educated generations of young learners, and now prepares to celebrate its 100th birthday. Montrose originally served […]