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A Special Look Into The Corral

A Special Look Into The Corral

 By Rachel Robertson Staff Writer This year, the Corral, BHS’s student produced yearbook, is celebrating its 75th anniversary with a look back through the years in a special all-color edition of the yearbook to be released at the end of the school year.   While most of the details are under wraps, yearbook advisor Laura Minerva...

Reality Takes a Giant Step On Bullies

By Devin McKinley Staff Writer The Reality Club lead by J.J Good, along with Special Services Head Brenda Nelson hosted Blue Shirt Day. Blue shirt day is a nationwide day dedicated to stomping out bullying in schools. “National bullying prevention day will bring awareness to the problem of bullying, because it is not ok to...

Education Modification

Senior Mason Darrow opens the seal of his Prairie State Examination and begins to work on the first question. He has nothing but confidence. Enrolled in several Advanced Placement classes and paired with natural intelligence, Darrow knows that he can succeed on these exams. With the new Performance Evaluation Reform Act (PERA) signed by Pat...
"I Am Somebody" Winter Bash 1/21

“I Am Somebody” Winter Bash 1/21

Tom West  Editor-in-chief Next Saturday night, January 21, Barrington High School’s “ I Am Somebody” African-American Cultural Club will sponsor their Winter Bash in the student cafeteria from 8-11 PM. Tickets for the dance are on sale this and next week, for $10 in the student café and $15 at door. The dance, hosted by...
Putting Barrington in the "Hot Seat"- A look at the Fine Arts campaign for new seats

Putting Barrington in the “Hot Seat”- A look at the Fine Arts campaign for new seats

  By Ashley Gierlach Online Editor   “Save the date, and we’ll save you a seat”. The BHS Fine Arts Boosters invite all students to an evening of great food and good company. Join them, February 10 at The Onion Pub to raise money for new auditorium seats. The current 617 seats are over 60...
Dreaming of the future- Immigration legislation breaks ground

Dreaming of the future- Immigration legislation breaks ground

  By Nidhi Madhavan and Sadiah Moid Staff Writers Groceries? Bought. Bills? Paid. College savings? Not this month. In fact, there was nothing to put there the month before either. And it’s only a matter of time before the little amount of money already in savings must be used to pay other bills. This is...
Zipping forward- building the future with Robotics Club

Zipping forward- building the future with Robotics Club

By Brock Workman Opinion Editor Small, complex robots zip by each other in their square arena, picking up crates, racquetballs, and bowling balls. They hurry to stack them, move them, and drop them all over the pen. After a few short minutes, a siren blows, and the bots come to a halt. Four months of...
The buzz around Bee Kind

The buzz around Bee Kind

By Megan Wadin  News Editor A simple phrase written across the chest of these black t-shirts was created to serve as a reminder to “Bee Kind,” and make the school a better place for all. Students have been seen sporting these shirts throughout the halls, promoting this basic idea. “It’s great to see so many...
Looking behind the curtains

Looking behind the curtains

By Katherine Luby Staff Writer When seeing a play, many only see the bright lights, the flashy costumes, or the talented actresses and actors portraying the scene. What many overlook is the fact that there is another team working behind the scenes to make this display possible: the tech team. Being behind the stage has...