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Recipe: Sweet Crêpes

Recipe: Sweet Crêpes

Giancarlo Lizarraga, Staff Writer

September 12, 2017

1 cup All-Purpose Flour 1 tablespoon Sugar ¼ tablespoon Salt 1 dash of Cinnamon 1 cup Milk 2 eggs 2 tablespoons Melted Butter (room temperature) 1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract Thoroughly combine the dry ingredients (flour, sugar, salt and cinnamon) in a medium sized mixing bowl. ...

Gavin Cardoza

August 22, 2017

Teachers’ pay varies widely with extra-curriculars

Teachers' pay varies widely with extra-curriculars

Sam Park, Staff Writer

October 31, 2014

The Bruin Voice would like to correct an error that appeared in its Oct. 31, 2014, issue. In the article entitled “Teachers’ pay varies widely with extra-curriculars,” it stated that Lisa Deeter’s and Ren Pham-Peck’s overtime hours came from one funding source: ASSETS.  Upon further examination ...

‘Rumors’ brings laughter and suspense to BC theatre

'Rumors' brings laughter and suspense to BC theatre

Natalia Gevara, Entertainment Editor

October 30, 2014

Intense love affairs, outrageous fabrications, and situations so improbable that they are nearly scandalous — all told in the comical farce titled “Rumors.” “Rumors” hit the BC theatre September 18 and had a total of six outstanding performances. The play revolves around the 10th anniversary...

BC suffers hand foot mouth disease outbreak

Kristin Lam, Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2014

While Ebola began to take the world by storm, a viral illness paid Bear Creek a visit during the last week before fall break. On September 24, Vice Principal Sera Baysinger was notified of two initial student cases of hand, foot, and mouth disease (HFMD), a common viral illness.  She immediately...

Breast cancer awareness means more than statistics to some

Emma Garcia, Staff Writer

October 30, 2014

It would be hard not to notice that October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. All you can see is pink. From the football players wearing socks to the cheerleaders’ pink pom-poms you’d have to be, well, color blind. But Breast Cancer Awareness Month is more than a color. It’s a reminder of all...

Students find ways to participate in ALS Challenge during drought

Raising awareness: (From left to right) junior Victor Lu pours a bucket of ice water over senior Thanh Le doing the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.

Jessica Dang, Staff Writer

October 30, 2014

As long as there is social media, trends and stunts will continue to go viral.  For the past month Bear Creek’s students and countless individuals across the United States have participated in the famous ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. The ALS Ice Bucket Challenge is where a bucket full of ice water...

Teachers crack down on plagiarism

Kristin Lam, Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2014

Unintentional plagiarism habits require dedication to correct.  AP United States History teacher Heather Blount made the dangers of plagiarism clear to her students last month. Verbatim plagiarism, more commonly known as lifting, is a bad habit students have developed as a result of the ease of access...

Pediatrics society sees danger in early start time

Pediatrics society sees danger in early start time

Ashley Hoang, Staff Writer

October 30, 2014

They say the early bird gets the worm — but for high school students, the simple truth is that the bird is probably just sleep deprived. Now the American Academy of Pediatrics has joined the chorus of critics who say early start times are harming today’s youth. In a new policy statement published...

BC alumna chosen as LGBT community liasion

Red Carpet Gala: Dyane Burgos Medina hosts a dinner to raise funds for the San Joaquin Pride Center.

Zachary Denney, Online Editor

October 30, 2014

The City of Stockton has taken a progressive step into equal representation at the governmental level.  On August 26, the Stockton City Council unanimously passed a resolution appointing Councilmember Dyane Burgos Medina, a Bear Creek alumna, as the city’s official liaison to the lesbian, gay, bisexual...

Consistently low AP pass rates lead some students to question instruction

Consistently low AP pass rates lead some students to question instruction

Jessica Lee, Editor-in-Chief

October 30, 2014

When teachers have consistently low AP pass rates, a question comes to mind: should they continue to teach the class?  Well, just as test scores don’t necessarily define a student, AP pass rates don’t necessarily define a teacher. A student’s AP score depends on both the teacher and the student:...

Creek Crazies are still asking: where’s the shirt? the towel?

We bleed blue and gray!: Creek Crazies cheer the Bruin football team to victory. Club members are disputing last year's membership fees.

Brooke Shimasaki, Co-Online Feature Editor

October 30, 2014

Fans can see the Creek Crazies’ smiling faces as they cheer Bear Creek Athletics to victory.  But last year, those smiles were long gone when the club made promises that it could not keep. During the 2013-2014 school year, Creek Crazies President Brooks Green collected $25 from approximately 35...

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