Classical guitar starts plucking

Emily Merritt, Staff Writer

This year a new guitar class has been added to the course list. “It’s mostly classical guitar.  I wanted to start it because I love guitar and playing in ensembles,” guitar teac...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

The Earth club promotes bee awareness across campus

Callie Richards, Staff Writer

Imagine saving a species or making a change for the better. That’s what the earth club is doing; the 14 members of the club are working together to raise awareness for bees due to...  Read More »

Jan 16 • No Comments

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Homecoming Proposals

Austyn Keelty, Assistant News Editors

The time of the year has arrived once again to get creative, stress over catchy phrases, pick out the right flowers to buy and to take leaps of faith. The homecoming dance ...  Read More »

Jan 13 • No Comments

New Counselor provides motivation for Bowie students

Yana Krykunenko, Staff Writers Print

Coming to Bowie to start her sixth year of being a counselour Jennifer Mullins is excited and determined to motivate Bowie students to embrace their full potnetial. Since...  Read More »

Nov 6 • No Comments

  • Teacher Comes With Experience November 2, 2016
  • Bowie Swimmer Goes To The Olympic Trials October 27, 2016
  • Exchange student thrives on campus June 21, 2016

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Dying coral reefs could be a bigger issue than expected

Dying coral reefs could be a bigger issue than expected

Avy Friedman, Commentary Editor

  The Great Barrier Reef has always been an image that perfectly embodies how fascinating and complex Earth and its biodiversity can be. Until recently, this image...  Read More »

Jan 15 • No Comments

  • The Importance Of Self Care January 13, 2017
  • Climate change impacts world December 1, 2016
  • The New Finals Incentives November 5, 2016

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Harry Potter’s story lives on in The Cursed Child

Justine Lockhart, Photographer/Online Writer

The magic of J.K. Rowling’s storytelling drew in many loyal fans who have been waiting for the next installment of the Harry Potter series for years. The wizardry and spells...  Read More »

Nov 9

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Cave Club Ventures to New Depths

Cave Club Ventures to New Depths

Ashley Ramirez, Photo Editor

After years of building anticipation, the cave underneath the school with lurking slugs and beautiful stalagmites, is finally available for students to explore through a club...  Read More »

Nov 15

Bowies New Student Parking Spots

Carolynne Andres, Assistant Photo Editor

During August, seniors got the privilege to reserve and paint their own parking spots. In order for a student to be eligible, they had to have 15+ credits, no more than 16...  Read More »

Nov 11

A day in the life of senior Mikayla Myles

November 4, 2016

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Athletes empower themselves

Joseph Killeen, Online Editor

Heavy breaths and clanking metal can be heard as students in Bowie’s weight room repeat and defeat the workouts planned for them that day. Sophomore Seth Leifheit finds...  Read More »

Jan 17 • No Comments

Athletes Empower Themselves

Joseph Killeen, Online Editor

Heavy breaths and clanking metal can be heard as students in Bowie’s weight room repeat and defeat the workouts planned for them that day. Sophomore Seth Leifheit finds...  Read More »

Jan 14 • No Comments

Sophomore competed in national tennis tournament

Sophomore competed in national tennis tournament

January 10, 2017

Ultimate frisbee welcomes new teammates this season

Ultimate frisbee welcomes new teammates this season

December 2, 2016

A day in the life of senior Mikayla Myles

November 4, 2016

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Ready, set, strike a pose

Ready, set, strike a pose

Alicia Molina, Staff Editor

what has been sweeping the Internet for the past few weeks they may not be informed on what the mannequin challenge is. The mannequin challenge is where you are at an event...  Read More »

Jan 15 • No Comments

Band education uncovers a freshman’s musical passion

Band education uncovers a freshman’s musical passion

Ella Wright, Staff Writer

Back in seventh grade, freshman Cedar Speice was assigned a “passion project” so he decided to start composing a musical piece he titled Origins, little did he know that...  Read More »

Dec 8 • No Comments

Bowies Children Shows

Bowies Children Shows

Victoria Newell, Entertainment Editor

ni van, carried in by students dressed up as forest animals and fairies, and set up on the small cafetorium stage. Senior-directors set light cues and inform technical theater...  Read More »

Dec 1 • No Comments

Poetry Slam!

Poetry Slam!

Cianna Chairez, Review Editor

The lights at Kickbutt Coffee dim as senior Daniel Cartwright takes the stage to perform one of his slam poems once again. Cartwright began seriously writing slam poetry...  Read More »

Nov 7 • No Comments

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