Phones should not be banned next year due to student dependence

OPINION BY JULIE WELLERT As the students of Wadsworth High School know, rumors of a not-so-great change have been going around. People already know about how the students are all receiving Chromebooks. The problem is, however, there have been whispers about phones being banned entirely along with the receiving of Chromebooks. While there has not been any official decision, students have been concerned about it more than anything. The most interesting part of this is the amount of emotion, or more specifically, worry, that is being put into a “rule” that has not even been set in stone yet. Currently, … Continue reading Phones should not be banned next year due to student dependence

Students’ Rights: The Bruin discusses 50 year anniversary of Tinker v Des Moines Supreme Court decision

OPINION BY ANNA BOWLING The Tinker v Des Moines Supreme Court case is one every student should know. Senior staffers of The Bruin were given the opportunity to hear from Mary Beth Tinker at the spring Ohio Scholastic Media Association … Continue reading Students’ Rights: The Bruin discusses 50 year anniversary of Tinker v Des Moines Supreme Court decision

Signing day for athletes at WHS

BY ANDREW CLARK In the last days of their high school career a few seniors are making it publicly known at what college they will continue their athletic and educational career at. Signing day was Monday May, 20. It is the end of the school year and with that comes time for seniors to commit to a college. Some seniors choose not to go to college, and others have already committed to where they will be attending. Those who have been accepted to play a sport participate in signing day, the day where athletes sign letters of intent for their … Continue reading Signing day for athletes at WHS