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Opinion: Wadsworth Should Move To A Four Day School Week

Opinion: Wadsworth Should Move To A Four Day School Week

Emma Lynn, Staff Editor April 8, 2024

With two high schools across Ohio formally switching to a four-day school week, is this something Wadsworth should consider in the future? North College Hill, a school district in Cincinnati has formally...

Signs for prep classes are posted outside the guidance office and have more information on the classes. The QR code can be scanned by student’s interested in signing up for the classes. Photo by Katie Allen.

Opinion: ACT Prep Classes Are Not Worth It

Alex Banks and Katie Allen April 3, 2024

ACT Prep Classes are not worth the expensive cost and time spent in the classroom. Like many other high schools, Wadsworth holds ACT Prep classes in its building a few times throughout the year....

Opinion: Trig With Limits Should Be Worth 2 Credits

Opinion: Trig With Limits Should Be Worth 2 Credits

Emma Lynn, Staff Editor March 26, 2024

Honors Algebra II, Trigonometry with Limits is a higher-level math course offered at Wadsworth High School as of the 2021-2022 school year. “This is the third year we have had the trig with limits class,”...

Best Bargains at Five Below

Best Bargains at Five Below

Lizzy Edwards, Staff Editor March 21, 2024

Whether you are looking for a cheap gift or just browsing for fun, Five Below is the place to go. Five Below offers a wide variety of products for almost any need at affordable prices. Since there are...

The Best Rom Coms - Through The Years

The Best Rom Coms – Through The Years

Grace Barrett and Noah Johnson February 15, 2024

With Valentine’s Day approaching, and romantic comedies [rom-coms] making an unexpected comeback, we have been tuning in on the classics throughout the years. With talented directors and infamous actors,...

Opinion: Wadsworth Should Have A Boys Volleyball Team

Opinion: Wadsworth Should Have A Boys Volleyball Team

Katie Allen, Print Editor-in-Chief January 25, 2024

As schools all around the country continue to diversify their athletic programs, I believe that Wadsworth should do the same and start a boys' volleyball team. As of January 13, 2022, OHSAA made their...

This was the student section during the girls basketball senior night versus Revere. The Lady Grizzlies fans mostly consist of family members. Photo by Brooke Baughman.

Opinion: Girls Sports Are Underrepresented At Wadsworth High

Brooke Baughman, Staff Editor January 23, 2024

Girls' sports deserve more attention here at WHS as they are greatly underrepresented throughout the school. Football and boys basketball are arguably the most popular sports at WHS and it shows by the...

Protective eyewear has been bought for the district for a total of $4,800, at 48 cents apiece. The district bought 5,000 pairs for students and staff and 5,000 pairs for the community. Photo courtesy of Michele Evans.

Staff Editorial: Wadsworth Should Close School On The Day Of The Total Eclipse

The Bruin Staff January 8, 2024

A total eclipse is a unique opportunity for people to see. However, it can be very dangerous if looked at by the human eye. Due to these dangers, and the logistical issues that arise from the timing of...

This is the Chesnut Praline latte.  The seasonal drinks came out on November 1. Photo by Emma Lynn.

Opinion: The Bruin Rates Starbucks Holiday Drinks

Katie Allen, Emma Lynn, and Mallory Gerschutz December 31, 2023

Every year, around November, Starbucks brings back its regular holiday menu. As the holiday season comes to a close it is time to find once and for all which holiday drink is the best on the menu. Sugar...

Opinion: Private and Public School Sports Must be Separated

Opinion: Private and Public School Sports Must be Separated

Avery Nicholson, Staff Writer December 13, 2023

Throughout high school sports history, there has been a long-standing rivalry between parochial schools and public schools. Parochial schools and public schools should not be allowed to compete against...

Opinion: “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” Premiers In Theaters

Opinion: “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” Premiers In Theaters

Brooke Baughman, Staff Editor November 28, 2023

“The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” premiered on November 17, 2023, and has fans all around the world re-obsessing over the Hunger Games franchise. This movie is based on the book “The Ballad of...

Opinion: Students Debate Sephora V.S. Ulta: Which Is Better?

Opinion: Students Debate Sephora V.S. Ulta: Which Is Better?

Aaliyah Davis, Staff Writer November 1, 2023

Over the years we have seen beauty escalate to its highest forms and with that came the chore of doing skincare as well. In the 21st century, we have seen the exponential growth of skincare rapidly increase...

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