• Super cars of Battlefield’s senior class

    Super cars of Battlefield’s senior class

    Alex Young, Author

    December 18, 2018

    Battlefield is a big school. In fact, the school is so massive that it accounts for essentially every type of student you could imagine. From athletes, to artists, to scholars, a pallet of diversity that spreads throughout the entire student population. Each student at Battlefield comes from their own...

    Senior Garrett McGee's 2007 army green Jeep Wrangler poses at Carova Beach in North Carolina.

  • Love is stronger than hate

    Love is stronger than hate

    Vivian Lee, Author

    December 18, 2018

    On October 27, 2018, a man of the name Robert D. Bowers opened fire inside of a Pittsburg Jewish synagogue, killing 11 congregants and wounding six others. He was armed with an AR-15-style assault rifle, and at least three handguns. The shooter came in shouting anti-Semitic slurs, while the Tree of Life C...

    The collage mural that is in room 1102, for everyone to see

  • Tik Tok, time for change

    Tik Tok, time for change

    By Emma Kelly, Author

    December 18, 2018

    In 2014, the social media lip syncing app Music.ly launched for the first time. From then on, the app grew to reach over 200 million users by 2016. Its unique recording speed options and creative possibilities for users heightened the growing craze for Music.ly lovers. The app allowed an individual t...

    A photo of the Tik Tok logo. Photo courtesy Wikimedia Commons via Creative Commons.

  • Hopeless teen or just addicted to nicotine

    Hopeless teen or just addicted to nicotine

    Emma Kelly, Author

    November 13, 2018

    It is no secret that the devastatingly addictive JUUL culture has swept its way across the country. Tobacco-Free Kids says, “according to the National Youth Tobacco Survey, 11.7 percent of high school students and 3.3 percent of middle school students—over 2.1 million youth—were current e-cigarette users in 201...

    A person using a JUUL e-cigarette.

  • BHS students reading to dogs

    BHS students reading to dogs

    Camille Owen, Author

    October 9, 2018

    The Fauquier Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, or Fauquier SPCA, is running a joint program with the Battlefield Humane Society and English Honor Society that allows Bobcats to volunteer to read to dogs. By joining either society, students can sign up to spend time at the shelter on Tu...

    Senior Kelly Cooke, Co-President of the BHS Humane Society, reads to Jack, a four-year-old hound mix who was at Fauquier SPCA last year.

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Boys soccer kicks it off

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Sexual assault on college campuses

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Jingle jams

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Amazon HQ2 coming to Crystal City and New York

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