The Bruin Voice

BC lacks consistent college guidance

November 15, 2019

Life after high school becomes a significant question for students as they progress through their four years at Bear Creek. One of the most commonly discussed routes to take is college. How- ever,...

The Voice shall not be silenced!

The Voice shall not be silenced!

May 3, 2019

Once again, the Bruin Voice has proven its slogan “The Voice shall not be silenced!” to be true. In 2013, 2010, and, even back as far as 1992, the Lodi Unified School District attempted to censor various...

An open letter to the Bear Creek administration:

April 26, 2019

Let’s cut to the chase here, people. Every student and staff member on the Bear Creek campus knows about the severity of the bathroom situation. Just imagine: you’ve been working hard in class, but...

Drawing from Design Bundles

Baby, it’s cold outside

January 10, 2019

Another holiday, another controversy. Or should we say, another day, another controversy. Cause it’s 2018. This time, the populus has concerned themselves with the lyrics in popular Christmas classics....

What makes a club?

November 16, 2018

Last year, Bear Creek’s International Rally debuted a club unlike any other: Arab Club. Compared to the more formal, conventional clubs offered at Bear Creek, such as Polynesian and Swing, the club—consisting...

Bruin Bucks add to school spirit – but fall short of changing behavior

November 16, 2018

With every school year, new changes made at the district level trickle down to affect student experience to different extents. However, the administration’s sudden push this year for encouragement of...

California schools must set example for its students and not settle for a D+

California schools must set example for its students and not settle for a D+

Voices May 30, 2018

California is a state known for its sunny skies, its supposedly celebrity-packed cities, and, more recently, its poorly trained teachers. At the end of December last year, the National Council on Teacher...

Negative teacher stereotypes — fueled by social media — contribute to teacher shortage

Voices November 28, 2017

Education is a right that people should not be denied. Around the world girls are fighting for the opportunity to receive an education and explore that right. Here in California, students’ right to education...

Changes to campus sexual assault guidelines are questionable

October 16, 2017

Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos has promised to restore due process in cases of campus sexual assault and harassment.  This change will provide those accused of such behaviors with more rights.  However,...

Dashboard rating a step in the right direction

May 9, 2017

School ranking is not a trivial matter; it helps concerned parents decide which school will best educate their kids, and can sometimes influence the real estate values of houses surrounding the school....

Throwing Bucks to the wind

May 9, 2017

BRUIN Bucks are a remnant of a simpler, better time — a time devoid of worries and enhanced with a primitive reward system for good behavior. That’s right, we’re referring to elementary school. Students...

LUSD must address AP exam costs

March 17, 2017

Many students take an AP class because they believe that it will help them save money when it comes to taking classes in college. This year the price for students who qualify for free and reduced lunch...

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