The official student media of Blue Valley Northwest High School

BVNWnews

The official student media of Blue Valley Northwest High School

BVNWnews

The official student media of Blue Valley Northwest High School

BVNWnews

During lunch, some students choose not to purchase a full meal to save money.
The Universal School Meals Program has expired
This year has seen the return of the National School Lunch Program following the decline of the COVID-19 Pandemic, posing a change for numerous Northwest families.
November 11, 2022
Digital illustration depicting a group of protesters urging people to vote.
Registering to vote: a how-to guide
With registration ending this week, act now to confirm your vote will count in the 2022 election.
October 16, 2022
Once the alert system is implemented, CENTEGIX badges will be given to all Blue Valley staff members.
New crisis alert system to be implemented in Blue Valley schools
A district official and the BVNW principal speak to the benefits of the up and coming security measure.
September 20, 2022
The former main gym was closed Aug. 29 after finding a mold infestation during a routine maintenance check.
Main gym closed for 10 days due to mold
Treatment to remove the mold started Monday and is expected to be done this weekend.
September 2, 2022
Senior tennis player Lydia Peng backhands the ball during a match, Aug. 14.
Fall Sports Gallery
A visual recap of the 2022 fall sports season at Northwest.
December 6, 2022
Digital illustration depicting a man struggling with his mental health.
Men's mentality
Students and staff advocate against the stigma surrounding men’s mental health issues in light of National Men’s Health Awareness Month.
November 30, 2022
Senior Emily Natanova sits in the library while working on assignments for one of her online classes, Oct. 27.
Experiencing online classes
November 14, 2022
Senior Regan Cavin leads the band at halftime during the football game, Sep. 9.
Drum major demands
November 1, 2022
Senior Ella Lagoski eats popcorn while posing in front of a TV displaying the Netflix logo.
The bad news on Netflix
October 12, 2022
A&E
Digital illustration of a dinner table filled with traditional Thanksgiving dishes.
Untraditional traditions
Take a closer look at how BVNW families who partake in unusual holiday traditions choose to spend Thanksgiving.
November 28, 2022
Digital illustration of the Dawn of the Dead (2004) movie poster.
Top five zombie flicks for the Halloween season
These five films all provide unique takes on a classic horror subgenre, going hand-in-hand with the spookiness of the holiday’s festivities.
October 27, 2022
Digital illustration of a promotion photo from Taylor Swifts Instagram page for her tenth studio album, Midnights.
Another masterpiece from the mastermind
Opinions Editor Lizzie Lively ranks the tracks on Taylor Swift’s latest album, “Midnights.”
October 25, 2022
Digital illustration depicting a pair of Thanksgiving turkeys pulling Santas sleigh.
Where is Thanksgiving?
November 24, 2022
Digital illustration depicting a group of competitive swimmers wearing the colors of the transgender flag.
The biological debate
November 4, 2022
Digital illustration representing the benefit privilege plays in certain situations.
Acknowledge your privilege
November 4, 2022
Digital illustration of a group of young children trick-or-treating.
Why can’t I trick or treat?     
October 29, 2022
Digital illustration of Marilyn Monroe.
Why I will never watch "Blonde"
October 19, 2022
Digital illustration of the iconic jumping pose from the High School Musical series.
Not-so "High School Musical"
November 4, 2022
Sophomore Safa Qureshi and senior Hiba Issawi hold signs to represent protests in Middle Eastern countries and their own beliefs.
Unnoticed. Unaddressed. Uncovered. 
November 4, 2022
Officer Batley believes showing respect to an officer is the best thing people can do in any situation. “If you can be respectful and
have a conversation with me, I’m going to do more to try to help that person in their situation,” Batley said.
Do you know your rights?
November 4, 2022
Junior HarAnsh Singh Gugnani moved to Kansas at the age of two, and has had a positive experience living here. “Being a 1st generation immigrant you usually hear a lot of bad stories about how people treat you, but I find the community here in Blue Valley to be very accepting and inclusive,” Gugani said.
The next generation
September 29, 2022
Junior football player Lovie Pulliam said he feels held to a higher standard when on the field. “Every game is like if I don’t complete right, I’m gonna be off the field forever,” Pulliam said. “I do everything to be the best of the best.”
Stereotyped?
September 28, 2022
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