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

Every burger is topped with bacon and served with signature Killer Burger fries.

Killer Burger has finally arrived in Beaverton

Chace Fery and Connor Patrick March 21, 2019
Head over and check out the newest burger joint in the Beav, located at Cedar Hills Crossing
Theres no better feeling than buying Christmas ornaments in shorts and a t-shirt.

The holiday season should be when the holidays are

Brady Rogers, Senior Editor December 2, 2018
Christmas season has been right around the corner for months
Beautiful fall colors provide a wondrous and peaceful atmosphere within the garden. 

Grow out of your comfort zone at the Portland Japanese Garden

Quaye Dydasco, Staff Writer November 7, 2018
Experience the renowned Japanese Garden, a place of culture and history.
Behold the Tao of Tea

Tea and coffee for two: eastside roasteries and teahouses

Cooper Graham, Staff Writer June 15, 2018
Coffee and tea bring much glee, especially when it's high quality.
A PSA on 13 Reasons Why

A PSA on “13 Reasons Why”

Quaye Dydasco, Staff Writer May 11, 2018
"13 Reasons Why" is back and is ready to infiltrate all of social media and your school.
Beaverton High Schools Black Student Union protesting childrens social injustice.

Beaverton students prove how ‘community connects us’

Amanda Piril, Staff Writer January 30, 2018
Students from Beaverton High School work in various ways to bring awareness to issues present in our community.
Trump should condemn hatred, not fuel it

Trump should condemn hatred, not fuel it

Noe Lambert  December 4, 2017
The country is fed up with Trump's racist use of derogatory language, and it's time we do something about it.
Japanese exchange students take a group photo.

Beaverton hosts Japanese exchange students from Tokyo

Tatiana Garcia, Staff Writer November 13, 2017
The fascinating experiences of this year's visiting Japanese students
Columbus Day protestors holding up signs against the celebration of Columbus Day.

The sick reality of Columbus Day

Cooper Graham, Staff Writer October 12, 2017
Many people see Christopher Columbus as a hero and a pioneer. But is he really?
In time for Fathers Day, a father and son march along in Sundays parade.

Portland Pride welcomes diversity

Mercedes Gray-Davis, Staff Writer June 19, 2017
Every year, Pride Northwest comes to Portland in celebration of the community’s LGBTQ+, with thousands joining in. Featuring booths and vendors from 150 various organizations and business filling up Tom McCall Waterfront Park, the city became a rainbow for the weekend.
I always observe the people around me at restaurants or coffee joints absorbed in their phones, despite the fact that they are surrounded by human companions.

Please, get off your phones

Noe Lambert, Senior Digital Editor June 19, 2017
How smartphones are transforming high school students into brainless creatures
Thousands of women attending a rally in Melbourne.

Bold for change

Mercedes Gray-Davis, Staff Writer March 17, 2017
On March 8, women around the world celebrate themselves, their bodies, their power, their courage and to stand united with one another. Around the world, women get recognized for their accomplishments. It’s no secret that women have faced social, economic and political disadvantages just for being a women, and this day was meant to challenge that.
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