Letter to the editor: Head principal outlines why bond issue is necessary

April 2, 2012

The Bugle (Vol.76, Issue 6, March 15, 2012) I am writing in regards to the article, “Too Close to Call”, written by Dane Roper.  I commend Mr. Roper for having a range of sources and opinions in his story.  It is important to hear from both sides of the issue as well as from the people that...

Drive-in theater provides unique movie experience for “Contagion”

Haley Short, writer

September 21, 2011

Not many around anymore, Drive-in Movie theaters are becoming a thing of the past. Places in movies such as Grease where Danny Zuko and Sandy would and hangout with their friends. But no longer do I have the fantasy that it only happens in movies. This past weekend I traveled all the way to Bellville,...

The college experience, part two

Dane Roper, writer

July 25, 2011

A couple weeks ago I briefly talked about what it was like to live on a college campus and take classes there.  Well, after a week-long mission trip to Honduras in between, I was back at the college life again, this time at Oklahoma Christian University in Edmund, Oklahoma. I was blessed with the...

The college experience and proud Eureka moments

Dane Roper, writer

July 11, 2011

I have spent the past two weeks on a college campus taking classes and doing various activities in order to earn three hours of college credit. I’m sure many wonder, “Is the college life really all it’s talked up to be?” The answer is yes.  The nutty and fascinating professors, the mediocre...

“Thor” Captivates Using Story Instead Of Special Effects

Jessica Meszaros, writer

July 4, 2011

The company Marvel Entertainment has been cranking out blockbuster superhero movies for years, but in a sea of films, “Thor” definitely stands out as one of the most unique.  Not just because of famous actor turned director Kenneth Branagh or the star-studded cast of Chris Hemsworth, Anthony Hopkin...

Heading to the Gym, Spending Summer on the Court

Madison Sanden, Writer

June 27, 2011

When I was little, summers were spent in my swimsuit catching diving sticks at the pool.  Lately, it feels like I'm spending summer in a basketball uniform, sweating in the gym.  Even though to most that might sound like a terrible way to spend summer, I have come to love every minute of it. ...

The college process, what is really important?

Hannah Wischmeier, editor in chief

June 21, 2011

Once a student hits junior year, their life is altered by a major new development: they start receiving mail. All of a sudden, the pile of letter for the student becomes taller than the pile for his/her parents. Luckily for the student, this isn't mail that is asking for bill payments or surveys, it...

Love it or hate it, AP Summer work is crucial to students

Jessica Meszaros, writer

June 14, 2011

I know a few individuals who have dropped out of particular AP classes because of the summer work that has to be completed.  While the vast amount of due dates and massive amount of material can seem daunting, fact is, summer work is great for preparing students for the college-level challenges that...

Teen meets child, tiny people making a big impact

Hannah Wischmeier, editor in chief

June 13, 2011

I am a seventeen year old who spends the majority of her time with people under the age of ten. There. I said it. I have recently come to the realization of just how childish my summer life has become. I nanny from 8 AM to 5 PM most days. I work in a toy store on the weekends. I coach a 10U softball...

‘On Stranger Tides’ is refreshing, new ‘Pirates’ movie is epic as always

Haley Short, writer

May 30, 2011

'Pirates of the Caribbean: On stranger tides' is exactly what you would expect. Thrill, suspense and romance packed into another adventurous Pirates movie. With a new cast including Penelope Cruz, Ian McShane and Astrid Berges-Frisbey and a new director, Rob Marshall, the cast splashes into this summer...

Revenge or justice?, America’s reaction to Bin Laden’s death

Dane Roper, writer

May 16, 2011

The recent death of al-Qaida leader, Osama bin Laden, has aroused a wave of patriotism throughout the United States. From the celebrating crowd that gathered outside the White House as the President addressed the nation to Philadelphia Phillies fans chanting “U-S-A” upon hearing the news, the...

Letter to the editor

March 9, 2011

I felt the need to reply to last month’s staff editorial regarding the student who lost his senior year for bringing a rifle onto school property. There is no doubt that he exercised very poor judgment that day, but I feel that his punishment was disproportionate to his “crime” and it wasn't “justice,”...

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