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‘Tall Girl’ falls woefully short on truth

Bailey Kirkeby, Co-Editor-In-Chief November 15, 2019

When “Tall Girl,” a Netflix original movie about a tall, blonde white girl, was released in September 2019, a concerning number of people made sure to tell me, “Bailey, Netflix made a movie...

Shameful Silence in sports must end

Adan Banks, Sports Editor September 20, 2019

Professional sports players are the best of the best athletes; they are at the pinnacle of fame and fortune, earning millions of dollars every year from their appearances on television shows and commercials...

Ariel remake highlights Disney’s lack of Diversity

Bailey Kirkeby, Co Editor-In-Chief September 20, 2019

With Disney making the rounds to ruin each of its animated movies with a subpar live-action remake, “The Little Mermaid” is unfortunately the latest victim. However, despite many Disney fans’...

NFL turns blind eye to domestic abuse

Jordan Latimore, Sports Columnist April 26, 2019

In February of 2019, the Cleveland Browns signed Pro-Bowl running back Kareem Hunt to a one-year deal. Hunt was let go by the Kansas City Chiefs in December of 2018 after TMZ released a video showing him...

Misplaced anger at white ‘Bachelor’ contestants

Bailey Kirkeby, News Editor, Managing Editor, Entertainment Columnist April 26, 2019

Up until this very column, my highbrow, news-obsessed facade has hidden my love for such a trashy television show. However, I must come clean — I am one of the nauseating fans of ABC’s “The Bachelor.”...

Bad officiating is just part of the game

Jordan Latimore, Sports Columnist April 26, 2019

Sometimes, living with our mistakes is just part of the game. The 2019 NFC championship game ended with what some viewers claimed was an obvious pass interference penalty, but no flag was thrown, prevented...

Sports can’t dodge immigration debate

Jordan Latimore, Sports Columnist January 8, 2019

Immigration is one of the many topics at the forefront of political discussion in the U.S. Whether it's the migrating caravan, the debate over birther rights, or the issue of overstayed visas, immigration...

A Life In Progress

Alex Rubio, Feature Columnist January 7, 2019

Although I have mostly blocked out my memories from middle school due to the overwhelming feelings of distress and confusion they caused me to feel, I can still pinpoint the exact time...

Taylor Swift speaks out about her political stance

Gavin Cardoza, Staff Writer January 7, 2019

Political activism has been in entertainment since the Civil Rights movements that lasted through the ‘50s and ‘60s. Most people hear the names of activists like Martin Luther King Jr. or Rosa Parks,...

Team tryouts are overwhelming students

Jacqueline Guillena, Staff Writer November 16, 2018

Tryouts can be very intimidating for athletes — especially if they’ve never tried out for a team or if it’s a new sport they haven’t played before. For most athletes, overcoming nerves is the...

JBA offers alternative to NCAA

JBA offers alternative to NCAA

Jordan Latimore, Sports Columnist November 16, 2018

The big baller era of sports is officially upon us. During the summer of 2018, Lavar Ball—CEO and founder of Big Baller Brand — launched the Junior Basketball Association. The goal of the JBA is to...

Drawing by Gabriella Backus

Diversity: Are We Really?

This story was not published in the October 2018 issue.
Ryan Duff, Feature Columnist November 9, 2018

Diversity and acceptance are the two ideals Bear Creek students hold high above the rest. We boast an overwhelmingly positive campus environment full of loyal Bruin spirit, and with a student body as...

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