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BHS students take a walk at Shelburne Farms. Photo courtesy: Tido Schulman

Opinon: Go Outside!

Alex Wick, Staff Writer May 14, 2021
When we arrive at DtBHS each morning, we won't see sunlight until our school day is over. It is crucial for our mental health that we spend time outside to make up for this lack of sunlight.
Illustration: Zoe Maxwell

Yes, I can sit still. Yes, I am a girl. And yes, I have ADHD.

Nora Jacobsen, Editor-in-Chief February 19, 2021
The signs weren't new. Why had it taken 15 years to finally get diagnosed? The answer is simple: I am a girl.

Teen to teen crisis hotline saves lives all over the country

Anessa Conner February 20, 2020

In rainy Portland, Oregon a group of seven or so teenagers ages 15-20 arrive for their shift at the Youth Line call center. The teens dubbed “Peer Helpers” are the answerers of a peer-to-peer youth...

OPINION: Choose to be a better man

OPINION: Choose to be a better man

Sam Beste November 7, 2019

Last year I was in the locker room changing into my running clothes for cross country practice when some boys started commenting on the length of the shorts my teammates and I were wearing. In cross country...

Photo: Emily McNichols
LBGTQ support sign welcomes students to the nurse's office.

BHS grapples with the language of gender

Emily McNichols, Staff Writer January 11, 2019

Last October, the New York Times released information about the upcoming Department of Health and Human Services memo on a new transgender policy that defines gender based on which genitalia a person...

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