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An issue of humanity

An issue of humanity

Xiqing Wang, Chief writer

January 29, 2017


Filed under Columns, OPINION

President Donald Trump signed an executive order on Jan. 28 barring refugees and citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States. This ban affects families escaping danger, parents wanting a better life for their children, teachers with green cards, Google employees, ...

Swartz on sports: Remembering Yordano Ventura

Swartz on sports: Remembering Yordano Ventura

Swartz on sports, Gabe Swartz

January 23, 2017


Filed under Blogs, OPINION

Waking up Sunday morning to the sobering news of Kansas City Royals starting pitcher Yordano Ventura’s death hit many people from Kansas City in the heart. Throughout different parts of Sunday I had moments of thought about Ventura, his career and his glowing personality and joy for the game of basebal...

Kansas City Women’s March review

Kansas City Women’s March review

Emma Bruce, Editor-in-Chief

January 21, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Top Stories

A day after President Trump’s inauguration, Women’s Marches were held across the world. Kansas City’s rally took place in a park near Union Station and was said to have around 10,000 people according to an event speaker. The rally included live music and a variety of speakers expressing their vi...

Internet Media Recap of 2016

Internet Media Recap of 2016

Xiqing Wang, Chief Writer

January 20, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Top Stories

Freezing Moo review

Freezing Moo review

Emma Bruce, Editor-in-Chief

January 16, 2017


Filed under OPINION, Top Stories

Ever wonder what the rolled ice cream all over Snapchat stories is? There’s a very good chance you’re looking at a frozen treat from the new rolled ice cream shop, Freezing Moo. Rolled ice cream appears to be a growing trend that BVNW students have started to enjoy at 6936 135th St. Overland Park...

Swartz on sports: Thanksgiving Food Draft

Swartz on sports: Thanksgiving Food Draft

Swartz on sports, Gabe Swartz

November 23, 2016


Filed under Blogs, OPINION

There aren’t many days of the year I enjoy more than Thanksgiving. In fact, if I were to set my personal rankings of the best holidays, I think Thanksgiving comes in behind only Christmas (what about Christmas doesn’t make me happy?) and the Fourth of July, ‘Merica, Baby! Thanksgiving is great...

Can you bell-ieve it?

Can you bell-ieve it?

Xicret menus, Xiqing Wang

November 21, 2016


Filed under Blogs, OPINION

Rated 5/5 Belles I have a routine. Well, I had a routine. I would leave school, drive straight down 135th Street to the Taco Bell near Twister’s and Walgreen’s, pull up to the drive thru window and order two items from the dollar menu-usually, the spicy tostada and the chicken quesadilla. Yesterday, ho...

Swartz on sports: Goodbye Lovable Losers

Swartz on sports: Goodbye Lovable Losers

Swartz on sports, Gabe Swartz

November 4, 2016


Filed under Blogs, OPINION

Saturday night my beloved Chicago Cubs played Game 4 of the 2016 World Series against the Cleveland Indians at Wrigley Field. With the Cubs trailing in the series 2-1 and the Indians pitching their ace Corey Kluber, I was legitimately worried about our chances to win the game, let alone the whole serie...

The Mc10:35-ish

The Mc10:35-ish

Xicret menus, Xiqing Wang

October 26, 2016


Filed under Blogs, OPINION

The Mc10:35 is traditionally an Egg McMuffin with the addition of McDouble burger patties. Named after the dark ages when McDonald’s didn’t serve all-day breakfast, people were expected to get to the restaurant around 10:35 AM to catch the breakfast to lunch changeover. While today, this Mc10:35...

Swartz on sports: The fix is in

Swartz on sports: The fix is in

Swartz on Sports, Gabe Swartz

October 20, 2016


Filed under Blogs, OPINION

Sports are awesome. But they could easily be so much better. There are many different things each sport or league could do to enhance the games we love to watch. My completely and utterly un-biased opinion believes these are the best ideas around. NCAA Football: Make the College Football Playof...

How I became a bullet journaling buff

How I became a bullet journaling buff

Loving yourself is so punk rock, Eden Kurr

October 7, 2016


Filed under Blogs, OPINION

You may have heard of bullet journaling - a growing phenomenon of both millennials and older generations turning to something that has nearly disappeared. In our digitalized world,  the act of journaling and writing things down seems like a waste of time. But in actuality, I have found journaling on...

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