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Jeremy, Paul, Laura, Lisa, and Lily Bredemeier pose outside their house after they had finished putting up decorations for their Super Bowl party. Feb. 2.

A love like no other

Jonny Isaacson, Sports Editor November 23, 2020

Having been season ticket holders for 26 years, senior Jeremy Bredemeier’s family has developed a love for the Kansas City Chiefs unlike many others. Whether a home or away game, the Bredemeiers...

Senior Mallary Schwarz represents students overwhelmed with school work without
the daily accountability and structure of in-person learning.

The mental mixup

Emily Moser, Writer November 19, 2020

Vincent takes notes for her Anatomy class, Sept. 23. Vincent wants to
have a career in art and the medical field.

Art of the body

Liz LaHood and Katelyn Gau November 17, 2020

Years of honing her art skills and studying different science disciplines has allowed senior Lucy Vincent to pursue medical illustration, a career that requires the application of two of her uniquely...

Senior Will Vancrum passes the ball away from Blue Valley North in the varsity game, Oct. 2.

Vancrum takes Midfielder of the Year, Pollack takes Coach of the Year for the EKL

Jonny Isaacson and Jack Nitz November 11, 2020

When the EKL awards were announced, the Huskies were well represented. Senior Will Vancrum won Midfielder of the Year and head coach Brian Pollack took Coach of the Year. Apart from Vancrum who also made...

Senior George LaHood shoots and rehearses for his film, “The Man Who Missed, Sept. 24. “I would block a scene, which [meant telling] the actor where to go [and] what to do,” LaHood said.

A wild-western work

Anna Bailey and Maddie Oliver November 9, 2020

During quarantine, senior George LaHood wrote, directed and filmed a Western short film titled "The Man Who Missed." The film takes place in 1889 and is about a cowboy seeking revenge on the people...

 In an effort to be more inclusive and representative of the entire senior class, BVNW Student Government created an alternative way to honor as many seniors as possible.

Student Government announces new plan to honor seniors in place of traditional homecoming court

Emily Moser, Writer November 6, 2020

Because of the COVID-19 restrictions in place this school year, BVNW did not have a homecoming dance or court as they traditionally do each fall. In the past, the senior class nominates their peers to...

Caroline Diederich and Albers at a party in May of 2017.

One local election’s impact on the BVNW community

Emma Johnson, Editor-In-Chief November 1, 2020

Coming home from their respective colleges to vote together, a group of BVNW class of 2019 graduates gather at the polls. Not only would it be this group's first time voting, but the election for Johnson...

With the Blue Valley school district’s decision to implement online learning, participating in academic dishonesty during online classes has become easier than ever before.

Cheating through the screen

Raabia Qureshi, Writer October 30, 2020

Writing information on sticky notes and sticking them to the computer screen. FaceTiming friends while taking a test. Copying and pasting the question into an online calculator. The methods of cheating...

Clubs through COVID-19

Clubs through COVID-19

Reagan King and Lizzie Lively October 26, 2020

COVID-19 has imposed restrictions on clubs requiring them to adjust accordingly to keep their members and sponsors safe. Some clubs have chosen to not have meetings at all until they can meet in-person....

Matt Shulman, social studies teacher at BVNW, spends his Sunday mornings preparing meals for his small catering company.

Teacher odd jobs

Rachel Hostetler, Writer October 13, 2020

BVNW teachers have been working in an array of settings over the summer. Some found summer jobs to make some supplement money, while others wanted to take their hobbies and interests to a new level.

Virtual Wellness

Virtual Wellness

Tessa Regan , Writer May 10, 2020

Seeking to enter into Technovation, a worldwide competition in which girls solve real-world problems in their community using technology, junior Ana Cecilia Gutierrec said finding the right team to create...

Nathan Harris (Right) substitutes for another player who had a broken hand. “I was friends with two
members of the team at the time so they reached out without practicing with them at all. I drove to play
with them in Tulsa,” Harris said.

Game on

Jack Nitz, Writer May 5, 2020

After years of progressing through the esports community and meeting new people, senior Nathan Harris began playing “League of Legends” competitively in an effort to improve his abilities in the game...

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