Exceptionally Unacceptable

Aubrie Hickman
May 15, 2017 • 167 views
Filed under Opinion

Be yourself, no not like that, like everyone else. You want to show people who you truly are but you’re afraid of being judged. You don’t want to be the different one, so you hide in the shadows. Society has a habit of only accepting people if they act a certain way, dress a certain way. But...

The Time of Our Lives

The Time of Our Lives

Kelsey Heffernan
May 15, 2017 • 112 views
Filed under Opinion, Showcase

We all can remember our first day at Bingham, and most of us can agree that it feels like it was just yesterday. Sophomore year was filled with many firsts, and senior year is filled with even more lasts. What was once our first school dance has now become our last. And what was once our first time watching...

An Open Letter to Bingham

Brooke Anderson, A&E Editor
May 15, 2017 • 83 views
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Dear Bingham, Senior year has come and gone and I can’t believe I’m sitting here writing this. I’ve gone to Bingham for my entire high school career and even though I’ve had quite a few rough patches, I’m glad I got to go here. I’ve met people who have made my life at Bingham spectacular...

An Open Letter to Bingham

An Open Letter to Bingham

Allie Oniki, Editor in Chief
May 15, 2017 • 96 views
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Dear Bingham, We’ve had our ups and downs. When I first met you three years ago, I hated you. You were scary. And huge. I mean, really. Why does your upper floor have to be a reflection of itself? I was constantly getting lost in you. Okay, okay. So I still sometimes end up in the cafeteria when...

Antisocial

Giancarlo Diotaiuti
May 15, 2017 • 63 views
Filed under Opinion

As a people, we are addicted to technology. Whether it’s the smartphone in our pocket or the computer on our desk or anything else, it seems as if our connection to technology is almost a lifeline, necessary for our social survival. In conjunction with technology, social media is a very present medium...

Just Because I’m a Stranger

Kameron Nuttal
March 28, 2017 • 201 views
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Just because someone is a complete stranger, doesn’t give you the right to judge them, sounds harsh but it’s true. Everyone can be judgmental, no matter what the environment is. Strangers judge strangers, in different situations, in different times of the day and we’re all guilty of it at some...

Shackelford

Ana Ramos
January 31, 2017 • 237 views
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Shack is a forthright, incredibly intelligent and honest teacher; and a very maternal, caring, hardworking woman, said Ms. Bridge, one of our history teachers here at Bingham that has known Mrs. Shackelford for six years. Ms. Bridge suggests that people talk about politics and restaurants with Shack,...

Respect: A Two Way Street

Konnor Woodbury, News Editor
January 31, 2017 • 214 views
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Many of us have had that moment: the one where our parents tell us that we don’t show them enough respect and need to be better. That is the point where you might sit there and silently yell, “but I don’t get respect either”, and after that point whenever people start lecturing us on respect, ...

Open Letter to the Teachers, Love the Kids

Gracie Shoell
January 31, 2017 • 239 views
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Dear Teachers, As students, there is nothing we appreciate more than you being willing to take the time to help us after school when we’re struggling with understanding an assignment, or when you’re willing to let us retake the latest test because we didn’t do so well the first time around (in...

Set Your Calendar to Fail

Brooklyn Bailey
January 31, 2017 • 193 views
Filed under Opinion

Time is a concept that humans built. Why is January the beginning of the year?  Who chose the most depressing month, statistically speaking, to be the “fresh start”? Nobody really knows why it is that the first day of the year is when people tend to make goals that are so often forgotten within...

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