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This image symbolizes the link between education and incarceration.
'One size fits all' approach to punishment not working
Iman Suleman, Copy Editor • June 4, 2021
Senior Abby McMorris at a souvenir shop in Disney Springs. She found Mickey ears as a graduation hat and found it fitting to pose for a picture. (Photo credit to Abby
'I really enjoyed Disney. Pandemic or not, it’s one of my favorite places to be.' 
Abby McMorris, Reporter • June 4, 2021
My mom, Tawnya, and my dad, James.
Thoughts from a biracial girl: 'Being biracial is its own identity'
Rory Schoech, Reporter • June 4, 2021
Dogecoin receives more attention by prospective investors through the world and senior Johnny Garibay wants Bellaire students to learn more about it.
Dogecoin on the loose and to the moon
Juan (Johnny) Garibay, Business Manager • June 4, 2021
A Spicy Chicken Sandwich from Verdine.
My favorite vegan restaurants in Houston
Angelina Pascali, Entertainment Editor • May 28, 2021
Iman receives mail from colleges almost daily showcasing their programs and campus life.
Are summer college programs worth it? Look closely.
Iman Suleman, Copy Editor • May 28, 2021
Learning via video call has had unexpected effects on students. Oftentimes, students experience a lack of connection between their peers and an overwhelming sense of anxiety.
From Zoom breakouts to Zoom burnouts: how to relieve digital exhaustion
Sonya Kulkarni, News Editor • May 27, 2021
Senior Ben Finley heads up to bat against Lamar High School.
Senior-heavy roster leads baseball to district championship
Eli Cowan, Sports Editor • May 27, 2021
Sophomore Sara Wolf and her trip-mates congregate on a small island attached to the evenings campsite. They play Egyptian Rat Slap (ERS) and War with a deck of cards while they wait for the sun to set.
My experience paddling through the Canadian wilderness
Sara Wolf, Reporter • May 26, 2021
Sophomore Aniket Panicker sleeps on the couch as the mini-artic freeze reaches its peak. He is covered in three layers of blankets and is shivering as the room temperature hits a low of 52 degrees Fahrenheit.
Sophomore shares chilling story of three days without power
Aniket Panicker, Opinions Editor • May 26, 2021
Corinthiann St.Andry was bullied in sixth grade, and she wants to bring awareness to bullying. Bullying is never OK, and she is sharing her story so others can help bring awareness to situations of bullying.
Bullying: an ordeal I’ll never forget
Corinthiann St. Andry, Reporter • May 12, 2021
Masks are laid out on a kitchen table. These are medical masks used to stop the spread of COVID-19.
Repealing mask mandate lift puts lives at risk, threatens safety of millions
David Bournat, Ryan Lu , Eli Cowan, and Izabella DeCerbo May 10, 2021
Senior Maria G. Perez drives her beige Jeep Wrangler to wherever she desires. It is what has now made her more responsible.
'I named her Coco and I'm in love with her'
Maria G. Perez, Reporter • April 17, 2021
My AP Statistics teacher Ms. Kubena used the Barron’s AP Statistics prep book to assign us practice problems to prepare for the AP test.
A graduating senior's analysis of Bellaire's best AP classes
Zaid Ali, Reporter • April 6, 2021
Generation Z, the first generation to experience the technological boom as early as middle school, struggles with body image and self-esteem because of their exposure to social media.
Netflix documentary, ‘The Social Dilemma’ uncovers the reality of social media
Oceana Jin, Photography Editor • April 1, 2021

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