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Bingham’s Deep-Rooted Traditions

Dane Durrant, Staff Writer October 15, 2018
From white-washing the 'B' to our very own school song, Bingham has a lot of traditions we know and love, so let’s go over why they came to be.

The Legacy of Bingham

The Legacy of Bingham
Braden Danise, Staff Writer October 15, 2018

Tradition. Success. Pride. With Bingham being one hundred ten years old, there is no shortage of history and legacy in the air. You can feel the impact of the thousands of students that have passed...

School Clubs Through the Ages

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Alida Cummings, News Editor October 15, 2018
Our school offers a multitude of clubs for anyone to join.

Valentine’s Day: Then and Now

Valentine's Day: Then and Now
Rachel Van Leeuwen, Opinion Editor February 11, 2018
Chocolates, hearts, and sappy professions of love are what usually come to mind when we think of Valentine’s Day. In elementary school, Valentine’s Day was something we could actually enjoy.

Thanksgiving Turkey Bowl

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Kylee Rasmussen, Sports Editor November 23, 2017
Let’s be honest, Thanksgiving on the exterior may be about being humble and grateful, it may commercially be sold as a day to eat a bunch of food, but we all know what Thanksgiving is really about: football.

Basically Pumpkin Spice

Basically Pumpkin Spice
Kylee Rasmussen, Sports Editor November 13, 2017
According to Buzzfeed if you “Get on that Pumpkin Spice Latte grind,”  “burn fall candles until the entire house smells like and autumn walk,” or “apply and reapply seasonal lotion from Bath & Body Works,” you may just be basic...especially if you’re reading the Buzzfeed article about it.

Coming Together

Coming Together
Aubrie Hickmon, News Editor October 20, 2017
The world is divided, people are different, but we are still united by the arts. Whether it be music, dance, or art, every culture has some form of it.
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