Month: April 2017

Prom voting 2017: recount verifies tied election for Intellect and Renaissance positions

Due to the remarkable circumstance surrounding Prom and the students elected to category of Intellect and Renaissance, the validity of whether or not the voting was fair, was called into question.

Beaverton track & field blows everyone away at Newberg Invitational

At the first invitational meet of the season, Beaverton Track and Field made a big impression in Newberg. There were many personal and season records made during this event and all of the competitors are ready to continue to improve as the season progresses. The weather conditions during the meet were far from perfect. All of the athletes were fighting off strong winds and heavy rain from the moment the first event began, but many persevered.

Why Donald Trump is necessary for American Democracy

Despite the contentiousness of the political fires that have been stoked between work colleagues, neighbors, and even high school students, this new America — one where all its citizens are engaged and responsive to its Government — has been the dream of our Founding Fathers. We [or the populous, at least] are fulfilling our role in American Democracy.

Baseball goes yard with undefeated season

This year’s varsity team is composed of nearly all seniors, giving the experienced Beavers an advantage over the rest of the Metro League. These all-star seniors consist of committed college-bound players including Karac Leyva, Trace Hokkanen, Kevin Watson, Callan McRae, and Josh Binkerd. The team’s solid batting lineup and unbreakable defense have made it impossible for opposing teams to defeat them.

The Next AP Class is in Town!

Move over Beaver Lodge, there's a new guy in town. And he’s got college credit to back him up. That’s right, AP Study Hall (APSL, for short) will be the newest edition to the advanced placement family.