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Varun Manickam (11) speaks about his goals for the climate community alongside Anika Shethia (12) and Grace Cruz (11). They present in auditorium 108 of Glasscock School of Continuing Studies at Rice.
'It's our future': Students speak out for youth involvement in climate action
Michael Liu, Copy Editor • September 27, 2022
On Sept. 11, 2001, two planes flew into the World trade Centers Twin Towers, a third plane hit the Pentagon in Virginia and a fourth plane crashed in Pennsylvanias countryside. Soon after, Three Penny Press covered Bellaire students and teachers reactions in Issue 1 Volume 43.
Reflecting on 9/11: 'A day to remember'
Claire Bradford, Audrey Han, and Irene Zheng September 11, 2022
(From left) Junior Zain Hamdani, junior Nasir Starks and senior Dylan Ballard at districts. This is Ballard’s last meet with his team from Bellaire, but he said he plans to continue running in college.
Running toward a college dream
Jonathan Chiriboga, Reporter • May 25, 2022
After completing the tutorial, the player is free to explore the busy and big city: Splatville. A place where you can enter shops, the story mode through a sewer grate and participate in online matches such as Turf War, ranked game modes, Salmon Run and the new mini game, Table Turf.
Splatting away game competition
Johanna Wen, Art Director • September 23, 2022

Since the recent release of Splatoon 3, fans have been gushing about its new features like lockers, new idols to start religions over and story...

This Mother’s Day, make sure it’s not only the thought that counts
This Mother’s Day, make sure it’s not only the thought that counts
Malaika Suleman, Features Editor • May 7, 2022

Mother’s Day is tomorrow and it’s time to show your appreciation to the woman you love most. Here’s a guide of gift suggestions if you’re...

Graphic provided by GG125FR on Pixabay.
The Batman: a nuanced take on a classic character
Ian Kuzola, Reporter • April 26, 2022

[SPOILER AND VIOLENCE WARNING] - This article contains heavy spoilers for “The Batman.” If you plan to watch the movie without having any...

Freshman Preston Lew felt that the upperclassmen in his group helped reaffirm that he should try to become active in clubs and extracurriculars. He also came to understand how important it is to form relationships with others while in high school.
[NEWS BRIEF] Buddy Program helps upperclassmen, freshmen alike
Claire Bradford, Reporter • September 27, 2022

Student Council held its annual Buddy Program, an activity that gives freshmen the opportunity to get advice from upperclassmen, in LGI 2 on...

Mathieu shared her process of writing and publishing in her presentation. Mathieu has published 6 books: Bad Girls Never Say Die, The Liars of Mariposa Island, Moxie, The Truth About Alice, Afterward and Devoted.
[NEWS BRIEF] Jennifer Mathieu kicks off first Author Talk with inspiring advice for young writers
Helen Citino, Entertainment Editor • September 25, 2022

Published author and English teacher Jennifer Mathieu spoke to WRITE club members about her career and new book, “Bad Girls Never Say Die,”...

Club sponsor Jimmy Newland adjusts the telescope to aim at Jupiter as students wait in line for their turn.
[NEWS BRIEF] ‘It Was Stellar’
Blen Abebe and Ian Kuzola September 19, 2022

The Astronomy club observed Saturn, Jupiter and Neptune on Sept. 16 using two telescopes on the roof of the parking lot. Club sponsor Jimmy...

After completing the tutorial, the player is free to explore the busy and big city: Splatville. A place where you can enter shops, the story mode through a sewer grate and participate in online matches such as Turf War, ranked game modes, Salmon Run and the new mini game, Table Turf.
Splatting away game competition
Johanna Wen, Art Director • September 23, 2022

Since the recent release of Splatoon 3, fans have been gushing about its new features like lockers, new idols to start religions over and story...

A graphic that depicts all the major school shootings that have taken place in Texas.
Another bullet shot, another child taken: why I am scared for the future of education, and why you should be too
Aniket Panicker, Opinions Editor • June 10, 2022

May 24, 2022 had been a good day for me until 5:13 p.m. The beginning of the day felt quite nice to be honest; I spoke, laughed, worked, had...

Principal Michael McDonough speaks at the womens history month forum on March 11. A collaboration between the feminist club, student council, and period club, the forum allowed students to voice their opinions on womens issues in the school, showing how the school trusts and actually listens to its students.
A love letter to Bellaire: how freedom spurs greatness
Nabila Wilson, Marketing Director • June 1, 2022

Despite breakdowns, late-night study sessions, and pure exhaustion, I have learned more this year than any time in my life. As my junior year...

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