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Extra! Extra! Newsies comes to Bruins on Broadway

Extra! Extra! Newsies comes to Bruins on Broadway

April 30, 2019

  At the end of the student-led production of Bruins on Broadway in January, it was announced that this semester’s musical would be Disney’s Newsies. The dance heavy, hit broadway show that just recently released the rights to be performed by other organizations. The show focuses a young newsboy...

A Ray of Hope in Child Abuse Awareness month

A Ray of Hope in Child Abuse Awareness month

Cat Gonzales, Campus Corner Director

April 29, 2019

  In the heart of National Child Abuse Prevention month, it is important to remember those who help kids in such unfortunate situations.    Ray of Hope is an organization that provides a wide variety of resources for kids in need. They provide things like forensic interviews and exams, as we...

How to spot a problem: signs of child abuse you can identify today

Myla Rogers, Features Editor

April 26, 2019

  Since 2017, there have been 60,841 child abuse investigations in Oklahoma. Nearly 88% of these cases neglect, in which deliberate physical harm is not brought upon the child but the harm is the result of a lack of basic needs for the child. However, the most common forms of abuse and neglect seen...

Choir takes trip to the big apple

Choir takes trip to the big apple

Ana Oelen, Staff Member

March 13, 2019

   This spring break, the high school’s choir will be experiencing a once in a lifetime trip to New York City. From March 16-20, they will see some incredible sights and do some singing along the way. They will experience fantastic musicals on Broadway, a trip to the statue of liberty, and a tour of t...

Environmental Club pushes for less plastic

Environmental Club pushes for less plastic

Ana Oelen, Staff Member

February 22, 2019

  Plastic, an item we subconsciously use for five minutes everyday, that will take more than five hundred years to decay.   Everything from water, soda, plastic bottles, to plastic fast food drink cups including coffee cups, plastic silverware, plastic mechanical pens and pencils, plastic groce...

Extra extra! Newsies comes to Bartlesville!

Extra extra! Newsies comes to Bartlesville!

Alyssa Moody, Staff Member

February 19, 2019

  Bruins on Broadway is back at the high school, and this time they plan on doing Newsies.   “After the amazing work our students put in for our fall show of Oklahoma! We were sure we could do a bigger musical like Newsies,” Alex Rivera, vocal music director said.   The FAC is co...

Legally Blonde musical put on production at Community Center

Legally Blonde musical put on production at Community Center

Abby Turner, Editor in Chief

January 30, 2019

  Get ready to “bend and snap” in a whole new way as Legally Blonde: The Musical hits the Bartlesville Community Center this weekend. Based on the book turned popular early two-thousands flick, the musical follows Elle Woods, a fashion forward sorority girl, in her endeavor to become a law student in h...

Friend’s of the Library to host annual creative writing contest

Friend’s of the Library to host annual creative writing contest

Jessica Clem, Staff Member

January 29, 2019

  The 27th annual Friend’s of the Library (FOL) Creative Writing Contest is here. The price for entry into the competition is $10 for adults (18 and up) and free for students. However, there’s a catch, you have to have a library card to enter.   There are three divisions competitors can enter in. The fir...

Sport to take over as head football coach after Blankenship’s departure

Sport to take over as head football coach after Blankenship’s departure

Grace Ontiveros, Sports Editor

January 24, 2019

  After a 4-6 campaign last season, head coach Lee Blankenship has made the decision to leave the high school’s football program. Blankenship left many players and fans shocked with his sudden departure for Mustang. Defensive coordinator Jason Sport has been named as new head coach by athletic d...

Inspiring people with inspiring people: new mural to be finished soon

Inspiring people with inspiring people: new mural to be finished soon

Cat Gonzalez, Campus Corner Director

January 17, 2019

  A mural is being painted in the hallway by the art classes to give the students some inspirational spirit.   Last spring, the art students came up with the idea of a mural. When approached about the mural, principal Ladonna Chancellor gave the green light along with some recommendations. ...

College fair and voter registration

College fair and voter registration

Darla Tresner and Olivia Peters

September 24, 2018

   This Tuesday, Sept. 25 is this year's college fair. It will be held in the Choir Room (A014) from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.    Juniors and seniors, if you're interested in college searching before you graduate, this is for you! It’s free to enter, but you can pre-register at www.gotocollegefairs...

Homecoming dance replaces traditional winter formal

Homecoming dance replaces traditional winter formal

Hadley Davis, Editor of The Fourth Estate

September 19, 2018

   Each year a momentous occasion dawns on Bartlesville High School. Homecoming. With dress up weeks ranging from meme day to PJ day,  homecoming is always a sure fire way to amp up school spirit.    This year homecoming is the week of Sept. 24-Sept. 28 with the dance the Saturday following...

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