BHS Times

Post-Graduation Planning

Shara Swearengin, Staff Writer

February 14, 2020

Each student here at Brighton High School has a unique idea of the kind of career they want to pursue post-graduation. This ranges from college, trade school, studying abroad in a different country or just taking a year to relax ...

The importance of student voting

Caitlin Warner, Staff Writer

February 14, 2020

When the United States was established, the founders put important laws in place that assured the American’s right to vote, although at the time it was limited to land-owning white men. Now, every U.S. citizen has a chance to ex...

Cinderella Preview

Ivy Muench, Co-Editor in Chief

February 11, 2020

Cinderella is revamped in this modern take on the classic tale. While Ella, nicknamed Cinderella, is known to be a damsel in distress, this production portrays her as a strong female, taking charge of her life and her choices. ...

The best way to conquer one’s New Year’s resolution

Yale Zultowski, Staff Writer

January 19, 2020

Many people make their New Year's resolutions to better themselves, and starting the new decade we have a fresh start. Resolutions usually are about spending more time with your family and being more healthy.  Many people ...

Australian Wildfire Disaster

Madeline Wiktorowski, Staff Writer

January 19, 2020

As on Jan. 4, it was estimated that nearly 18 million acres have burned throughout Australia. To put that into perspective; The Amazon Rainforest fire burned 17 million acres and California’s wildfire in 2019 burned 247,000...

Effects of winter break on exams

Lucas Vasconcelos, Staff Writer

January 19, 2020

Students overall get so excited for the winter break as many look forward to several holidays as for example Christmas. It is a time which students relax enjoying it with their respective families and friends. Breaks can be a...

Photoshop and social media have a massive impact on students attitude and mental health

Peyton Galloway

January 10, 2020

Social media is an epidemic that has taken over today’s generation. With extra pressure from being in AP and honors classes, being a student athlete, or managing clubs and school, being a teenager in today’s world is harder th...

Michigan’s deer hunting overlook

Brady MacDonald, Staff Writer

December 18, 2019

Deer hunting has been a part of people's families for generation after generation. There are over 11.5 million people that take to the woods deer hunting in the U.S. every year. While that number may seem high, the population o...

A look at The Paw

Shara Swearengin, Staff Writer

November 19, 2019

As the middle of the day rolls around and lunches begin, students stroll into the student-run store: The Paw. The student employees sell coffee, candy, slushies, spirit wear, lanyards, and more. Not only does The Paw provide s...

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