4E Voices

OSU professor, Andrine Shufran, named the Entomological Foundation Medal of Honor

OSU professor, Andrine Shufran, named the Entomological Foundation Medal of Honor

Rachel Brown

November 13, 2017

Though 25 percent of Americans report being afraid of insects, for Andrine Shufran insects are the norm. She was honored with the Entomological Foundation Medal of Honor at the Entomological Society of America’s annual meeting in Denver, Colorado, Sunday, Nov. 5 for her outstanding work at Oklahom...

The face behind the Fine Arts Center

Lauren Szmutko

February 13, 2017

The Fine Arts are prominent in Bartlesville.  The community is known for its appreciation of all forms of art, especially in June for OK Mozart.  However, this appreciation starts with young students within the school system.  Bartlesville High School Fine Arts Manager Seth Weimer maintains the facility...

Higgs finds future in acting, voice through writing

Rachel Brown

November 1, 2016

For some, acting and singing on stage may frazzle nerves or instill fear, but for senior Josh Higgs, performing is normal, even invigorating. Higgs got involved in the performing arts when he chose to try band in the fifth grade. He played percussion and sang in choir. He moved to Bartlesville his fr...

Meet Gunner

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Nick Washum

September 28, 2016

He’s cute! He’s blonde! He’s brown-eyed! And…he’s hairy. This is Gunner, the service dog in training. Senior Kaitlyn Cole has been training her dog Gunner to be a service dog for six months. He is a 1 year old yellow lab who loves people and is motivated by toys. Cole is training Gunner...

Hannah Aldrich’s journey with her mom’s cancer experience

Alex Merrifield

September 23, 2016

Hannah Aldrich Feature March 19, 2015-A day that turned 2016 junior homecoming candidate Hannah Aldrich’s life upside down, as she found out her mother, Mary Schenck, had been diagnosed with stage three breast cancer. Aldrich was in Chicago on her freshman year choir trip, but did not receive the...

DeAndre Young’s football career is just beginning

Destiny Harris

September 23, 2016

Sophomore DeAndre Young has been selected as a sophomore homecoming candidate. This is his second time being a candidate. Young is a sophomore on varsity football; he plays a major role for our football team as the starting running back. “Being on varsity is very fun,” Young said. “Having to...

Prerna Priyadarshini: Senior homecoming nominee

Collyn Combs

September 23, 2016

Prerna Priyadarshini is a first year homecoming candidate, who is one of six girls representing the senior class. Priyadarshini was born in India and moved to the United States when she was 6, along with her sister, Priyanka, and her twin brother, Pranoy. “It was fun living in India,” she said....

Exchange Student Q&A: Aaron Liang

Megan Hays

September 7, 2016

Where are you from? “China.” What is your impression of America so far? “I think the schedules are really different, in China we study every subject in one class. Here, we have to move around.” How are the people here? “I think they are really polite and friendly.” What is somethin...

High school student becomes soccer coach

Ashlynn Robbins

May 9, 2016

A herd of girls sprint down the field. The Hurricane is calling the ball and making connections easily getting past the other team’s defense. High school senior and Tulsa Soccer Club Hurricane’s (TSCH) soccer coach, Carly Gillman watches from the sideline overcome with satisfaction. Gillman does...

Afghan We Can: Razia’s Ray of Hope hosts fundraiser

Rachel Brown

November 4, 2015

CNN Hero Razia Jan and award-winning filmmaker Beth Murphy visited Bartlesville Saturday Oct. 17, 2015, for Afghan We Can, a local fundraiser benefiting Razia's Ray of Hope Foundation and the Zabuli Education Center in Afghanistan. Razia's Ray of Hope Foundation was founded just after Sept. 11, 2001,...

The Olympic Trials: Senior Haley Downey makes it

Ashlynn Robbins

November 3, 2015

As she pulled herself out of the pool and looked at the clock, senior swimmer Haley Downey was overcome with happiness. She had won first place in the 200 Breaststroke, but that was not even the best part. Downey had qualified for the Olympic Trials, something a Bruin swimmer has never done before. The B...

CityServe, United Way assist community

A photo of volunteers after the Day of Caring finished. PC: United Way.

Anushka Sukhadia

October 20, 2015

Sponsored by the United Way, the Day of Caring was held Sept 28. Organizations such as Phillips 66, Conocophillips, Tri County Technology Center and Habitat for Humanity, partners of United Way, helped as well. "We were expecting about 180 projects to be completed at 54 non-profit businesses this year," Unit...

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