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Baseball defeated by Jaguars

Baseball defeated by Jaguars

Greyson Woerpel, Reporter

April 8, 2014


Filed under Activities, Husky Headlines, Sports Videos, Springs Sports, Students

Despite a late in the game rally by the Huskies, the BVNW baseball team fell just short of continuing their win streak against BVW tonight, and lost 5-4. At the top of the first inning the Huskies battle as the Jaguar's leading pitcher, who has signed to a D1 school throws an array of balls and stri...

Teachers with tattoos

Teachers with tattoos

Claudia Chen, Writer

April 8, 2014


Filed under FEATURES, Teachers, Top Stories

Chris LaValley: Tattoos are often viewed as a form of art, and this is especially true for art teacher Chris LaValley whose tattoos combine her personal beliefs as well as her own artwork. LaValley has designed and drawn three out of her five tattoos. “I have [a tattoo] on my ankle that is just a d...

Remixing his passion for music

Remixing his passion for music

Greyson Woerpel, Writer

March 27, 2014


Filed under FEATURES, Students, Top Stories

The vibrations of the music beat hard and fast against the computer’s speakers as the techno music continues to be altered by the click of a mouse adding new tones and mixes to the already produced song. Sophomore Jason Laramore has been editing music for the past two and a half years and placing ...

Fish are friends, not food

Fish are friends, not food

Avery Mojica, Writer

February 3, 2014


Filed under FEATURES, Students, Top Stories

Inside a large basement, four massive tanks of aquatic life cover the edges. A diversity of fish swim inside each tank, each with varying degrees of rarity. These collections belong to freshman Dominic Moorman, who has been collecting exotic fish since he was four years old. “My dad gave me and my sister a f...

Video and Demonstration: Opening energy channels through Falun Dafa

Video and Demonstration: Opening energy channels through Falun Dafa

Claudia Chen, Writer

December 5, 2013


Filed under Feature Videos, Husky Headlines, Students, Top Stories

The practice of Falun Dafa includes five different sets of movement, titled "Buddha Showing A Thousand Hands," "Falun Standing Stance," "Penetrating the Two Cosmic Extremes," "Falun Heavenly Circulation" and "Way of Strengthening Divine Powers." Sophomore Alice Kuang demonstrates a few of the steps...

Woodshop Two builds for Toys for Tots

Woodshop Two builds for Toys for Tots

Brooklynn Langham, Writer

November 21, 2013


Filed under Activities, FEATURES, Top Stories

For the past three years, the Woodshop Two class has been making and giving away wooden car toys through Toys for Tots, an organization geared towards helping underprivileged children. Woodshop teacher Darren Masten got the idea to start participating in Toys for Tots from an old friend who was doing it...

REbeL Be Thankful Week

REbeL Be Thankful Week

Madison Graves, Writer

November 20, 2013


Filed under Activities, Top Stories

This week, with Thanksgiving just around the corner, BVNW’s REbeL is hosting Be Thankful Week. Each day represents a different way to show appreciation for the things students have and the people in their life. “Be Thankful Week is a week that we do at Northwest to spread REbeL’s message to th...

Adults on social media: Changing student behavior

Adults on social media: Changing student behavior

Natasha Vyhovsky, Writer

November 14, 2013


Filed under FEATURES, Top Stories

Welcome to 2013, when parents have figured out Facebook: how to friend their kids, follow what they post, and write embarrassing comments on their pictures. When the social media “world” becomes not so private and parents and school administrators can see shared tweets and pictures, some student...

Veteran’s Day Feature: Family Strong

Veteran’s Day Feature: Family Strong

Sidney Hallak, Writer

November 11, 2013


Filed under Students

Family can be annoying, supportive, loving, frustrating or important. For senior Sarah VanZwoll, she said her family time is precious and a rare occurrence. This is because her father, Lieutenant Colonel Bill VanZwoll, is a marine aviator and is only home once or twice a month. Bill flies F18 fighter...

Outrage revamps performances, staying up-to-date

Outrage revamps performances, staying up-to-date

Zach Zelinski, Business Manager/Writer

November 7, 2013


Filed under FEATURES, Top Stories

As the lights turn on, all the audience sees are people in black shirts. In the next few moments they will witness a couple go from good, to bad, to worse in their relationship, finally ending in physical violence. This is Outrage, and it has changed since BVNW has last seen it. Outrage actors perform d...

Life without meat

Life without meat

Avery Mojica, Writer

October 31, 2013


Filed under FEATURES, Students, Teachers, Top Stories

Imagine picking food in a grocery store, but nothing contained animal products. There would be no meat, eggs or even honey. English Language Arts teacher Kyle Farrington and senior Sabrina White reflect on their experiences with a vegan diet. _________________ A Vegan Teacher English Language Arts ...

Monster Makeover: The Making of the Zombie Mask

Monster Makeover: The Making of the Zombie Mask

Natasha Vyhovsky, Writer

October 24, 2013


Filed under FEATURES, Students, Top Stories

Expanding on an article published in the October issue of The Express, senior Sydney Walls demonstrates her passion for costume makeup by disguising junior Miles Bredehoeft. From the Magazine: Monster Makeover Hunched zombies limp and stumble, bloody gashes covering their faces and bones protruding from...

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