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Beaverton Hummer

The Official Website of Beaverton High School's Student-Run Newspaper

Beaverton Hummer

The Official Website of Beaverton High School's Student-Run Newspaper

Beaverton Hummer

Student artists Alysha Taylor, Zoe Butler, Eddie Lundy, and Hannah Woffinden stand in front of their finished mural, which is on display at Yuubi Sushi in downtown Beaverton.

Beaverton student art installed at local restaurant

Natalie Foote, Staff Writer June 3, 2020

School may be closed, but art can be anywhere. Beaverton High School seniors Hannah Woffinden, Alysha Taylor, Zoe Butler, and Edward Lundy showed just this with their recently unveiled mural. The...

Purple bunny Peeps hide in a cluster of white flowers, hoping to avoid being eaten.

Should we pipe down about Peeps or are they a tasty treat?

Melody Cosgrove and Anouk Clendenning April 28, 2020

Everyone knows when Easter is near. The signs are everywhere: decorated eggs, bunny plushies, and a never-ending flow of chocolate. But one colored confection stands out among the rest: Peeps. Created...

The art piece Party Lyfe made its creator, Nate Taft, a Silver Medalist in this years Scholastic Art & Writing Awards.

Taft recognized in national art competition

Anouk Clendenning, Editor-in-Chief March 19, 2020

This year was the 97th Annual Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, and Beaverton High School senior Nate Taft is a Silver Medalist. Scholastic accepts submissions from students in grades 7-12 from the...

Creative Writing is the perfect class for aspiring authors with a sweet tooth

Creative Writing Workshop: a class with a dedication to imagination

Melody Cosgrove, Editor February 14, 2020

Attention writers of BHS: Are you looking for a class that feeds your writing brain? Do you struggle with the limitations teachers give you in English classes when you’re given writing assignments? Do...

Yourlastbreath focuses on creating a safe space for students struggling to voice themselves in todays society.

Former Beaverton student creates website to encourage artistic expression

Brady Rogers, Senior Editor March 15, 2019

Recent graduate of Beaverton High School Alona Arneson has begun a website that hopes to inspire people who feel as if they don’t have a voice in today’s society. It’s called yourlastbreath, and...

Re-read your old picture books

Re-read your old picture books

Kimaia Gassner, Senior Editor June 19, 2017

I was cleaning my room the other day when of course I got very side-tracked.  Picking clothes up, rearranging shelves, I found myself reading my old children’s books on my bookshelf.  Somehow I ended...

“You’re Strong Enough to Hold it” is a new mural painted by two students at Beaverton High School

Fresh art to embellish the walls of Beaverton this spring

Allison Van Horn, Senior Editor May 5, 2017

What better way is there to spice up the halls of Beaverton High than by putting up a new mural? Answer: there is none. For the past six months, seniors Emma Rosicky and Skyler Moore worked to craft Beaverton’s...

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