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  • Congratulations Class of 2020!
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Seniors’ Final Goodbye to BASH

Seniors’ Final Goodbye to BASH

May 22, 2020

WATCH: Next Year’s “In the Hall” Host Revealed

May 22, 2020

BASH plans for virtual graduation as PA begins slow reopen

BASH plans for virtual graduation as PA begins slow reopen

May 5, 2020

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OPINION: Racism infects the nation during COVID-19 outbreak
OPINION: Greta Thunberg’s criticisms are congested with sexism

OPINION: Greta Thunberg’s criticisms are congested with sexism

March 3, 2020

Canadian oil workers employed by X-Site Energy Services have been circulating sexually grotesque stickers of the underage environmental activist Greta Thunberg, and Alberta residents were so appalled that an oil industry supporter expressed nothing but disgust for the images. 

OPINION: Schools missing the creative writing boat

OPINION: Schools missing the creative writing boat

March 3, 2020

Creative writing is an underappreciated and often underutilized skill that hones the abilities of students to release their imagination through a wondrous structure, and yet it is hardly seen in the academic world, with Boyertown only having a single club related to it -- the Accent, the publishers of the creative writing magazine which is released at every Arts Expo, of which yours truly is the Editor. 

OPINION: American voters fuel the two-party system

OPINION: American voters fuel the two-party system

March 2, 2020

The upcoming 2020 Presidential election has the possibility to be a duel of the extremes⁠—the characters of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders seem to represent the absolutes of each of their parties, Trump backed by the furthest right and Sanders by the furthest left. 

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Senior Spotlight: PJ Riddell, Sports Editor

Senior Spotlight: PJ Riddell, Sports Editor

May 29, 2020

Senior Spotlight: Shannon Ludwig, News Editor

Senior Spotlight: Shannon Ludwig, News Editor

May 27, 2020

Senior Spotlight: Blaze Myers, Opinions Editor

Senior Spotlight: Blaze Myers, Opinions Editor

May 26, 2020

Senior Spotlight: Jocelyn Lear, editor-in-chief

Senior Spotlight: Jocelyn Lear, editor-in-chief

May 25, 2020

Jocelyn Lear is one of the 500 graduating seniors of the class of 2020, a class inarguably unique for its end-of-the-year outbreak, the COVID-19 crisis being a pandemic unparalleled in recent memory. The students are facing circumstances unlike any other -- an altered graduation, a delayed prom, and being distinct with the underclassmen as finishing their school year virtually. 

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Jocelyn Lear, Editor-in-Chief | May 22, 2020

On Friday, May 22, telecommunications teacher Mr. Bill Cherkasky sent out a video to BASH students with the reveal of next year's host of popular TV News show, In the Hall. In the video, he answered popular questions about the show, going through the history of it starting in the early 2000s. The title of show's host is passed down each year to a chosen senior who applies for the position.

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PODCAST: “Keeping Up With Coronavirus” Episode 5

Jocelyn Lear, Editor-in-Chief | March 25, 2020

Keeping Up With Coronavirus is an “as-needed” podcast, meaning if there’s no news, there’s no episode. Get a brief update about the pandemic so you can get on with your day! In this very short episode, hear about the stimulus package set to pass in the Senate.

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