Bear Facts

Last year, part of the Scholastic Journalism Week celebration was raffling off baskets. The Bear Facts staff has decided to discontinue this tradition for safety reasons, but still plans to hold a fundraiser and  create more social media content.

Altered events, steadfast values

Max Feldman, Magazine Editor-in-Chief
February 22, 2021
Rose Weismann, literacy resource center aide, working at her home office. In the past few months, she says she has been

Getting it write

Caroline Sun, Digital Editor-in-Chief
January 10, 2021
Cybercrime increased by six counts this year, according to PurpleSec statistics, which is why students need to be aware of any malicious activity they see online. “I get a lot of Instagram DMs that have random links in them,” Julia Cison, senior who was hacked on Instagram, said. “I’ll never go into them or look at them anymore because that's what I think started when I got hacked. Maybe I clicked on a link or something that someone sent me, so I just pay attention to what I do on my phone to make sure it doesn't happen again.”

Threat behind the screen

Sasha Kek, Secretary
December 14, 2020
Dan Strickler, drivers education teacher, says adjusting to technology was a challenge at first, especially because he was unsure if the technology would change.

Digital Drawbacks

Ruby Lueras, LZ Life Editor
December 14, 2020
Complaining can be a small statement once in while or a long term habit. However, when reflecting on complaints you typically make, you realize how many times you complain and how unnecessary complaining can be

A Complaining Detox… Attempted

Alex Ketcham, Sports Editor
December 2, 2020
Students are preparing to vote both by mail and in person. As the election nears, some students say they plan to vote to represent their generation’s interests, while others are choosing to opt out.

Of votes and voices

Max Feldman, Magazine Editor-in-Chief
October 30, 2020
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