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

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

Beaverton Hummer

Halloween is upon us, but the pandemic isnt over yet...so its time to get creative.

Comic: Social distancing Halloween

Ayame McCarthy, Graphic Artist October 29, 2020
Here are some ideas for trick-or-treating this year
Comic: Types of people on Zoom (part 2)

Comic: Types of people on Zoom (part 2)

Ayame McCarthy, Graphic Artist October 22, 2020

Comic: Types of people on Zoom (part 1)

Comic: Types of people on Zoom (part 1)

Ayame McCarthy, Graphic Artist October 15, 2020

A TEDx event is coming to Beaverton High School this spring

TEDx at Beaverton High School

Beatrice Kahn, Editor October 13, 2020
What you need to know about Beaverton High’s upcoming TEDx Event
Hasnt 2020 been enough of a wild ride? It seems that the answer is no.

Comic: To-do list

Ayame McCarthy, Graphic Artist September 22, 2020

A pink flower blooms in a schoolyard.

How to thrive in quarantine: spring edition

Cassidy Ochoa, Staff Writer May 19, 2020
Activities designed to help you not just survive but thrive at home
A girl types and walks on a treadmill.

Ten types of exercise to shoot your mood to the skies

Natalie Foote, Staff Writer May 14, 2020
Non-traditional ways to stay active during quarantine
The Hummer team smiles together during a Zoom meeting.

Zoom: The solution to remote learning or an unreliable program?

Anouk Clendenning and Natalie Foote April 24, 2020
This platform is popular, but it may not be the best option for remote learning
Dam Beavers vs. quarantine

Dam Beavers vs. quarantine

Cassidy Ochoa, Staff Writer April 23, 2020
How members of the BHS Dragon Boat team are coping with the pandemic
Beaverton student receives response from ODE about pass-fail system

Beaverton student receives response from ODE about pass-fail system

April 22, 2020
The Oregon Department of Education acknowledges student voices but stands firm with their pass/fail decision
A diagram of the virus.

COVID-19: geek edition

Natalie Foote, Staff Writer April 21, 2020
Forget government briefings and economic reports—here’s the science behind COVID-19
A set of SAT and ACT prep flashcards sit on a table.

Joining a nationwide movement, Oregon public universities go test-optional

Eleanor Teals Kahn, Staff Writer April 20, 2020
With the SAT and ACT now optional for applications to some colleges, students can focus on what’s important to them
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