The RoundUp

Future healthcare professionals to internationals
Future healthcare professionals to internationals
Grace Tripathy, Editor-In-Chief • Published April 10, 2021

As mentioned in a previous article, this marks the first year that the Future Healthcare Professionals of America club (FHP) is competing in the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) State Conference,...

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Be the Change Barrington calling for racial equity
Sarah Quig, Staff Writer • Published March 15, 2021

Out of 643 BHS students and alumni surveyed last year, 78 percent of those respondents believe that racism is a problem in Barrington 220 Schools. In order to address these concerns, a coalition of Barrington...

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Future healthcare professionals to state
Future healthcare professionals to state
Grace Tripathy, Editor-In-Chief • Published March 6, 2021

This marks the first year that the Future Healthcare Professionals of America club (FHP) is competing in the Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) State Conference, a national competition where...

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National Honors Society will host new Tree-Plenish Event
Sarah Huddleston, Editor-in-Chief • Published February 21, 2021

As a result of COVID-19, student volunteer opportunities have been limited or cancelled. In order to create new ways for students to get involved in their communities, and to take steps to correct the...

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Why I'm not watching Sia's movie and you shouldn't either
Vidya Madana, Multimedia Editor • Published April 14, 2021

In case you missed the news about the garbage-fire-train-wreck that was Sia’s movie, Music, here’s a quick recap of it: it’s painfully ableist and severely offensive. I have never- and will...

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Fashion column
Krisha Mirchandani, Social Media Team • Published April 7, 2021

Much like 2020, new fashion trends are starting to take hold and old ones are making a revival.  Despite only being two months into the year, new ideas are flooding into the minds of teenagers...

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5 Books I Rated 5 Stars In 2020 That You Should Read in The New Year
5 Books I Rated 5 Stars In 2020 That You Should Read in The New Year
Rebecca Li, Staff Writer • Published April 5, 2021

2020 was quite a year, to say the least. With so many events happening, it was quite ironic how personally some of our lives were uneventful being in quarantine at home. In the face of boredom, many people...

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Caitlin (left) and Fraser from "We Are Who We Are"
We Are Who We Are review
Anna McCoy, Photography Editor • Published April 1, 2021

Streaming platforms such as Netflix, HBO, Hulu and Amazon Prime rule the media world these days. Show options are endless and appeal to all kinds of people. Lovers of drama, royalty, crime, mystery,...

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The end of traditional snow days
The end of traditional snow days
Gia Vieceli, Social Media Team • Published March 17, 2021

Sleeping in past noon, going out to play in the flurries, snuggling up on the couch to watch movies with family and drinking hot chocolate. These are all common activities on a snow day. Many schools...

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Waiting for the ball, Sophomore Tessa Peterson stands ready and in position to receive it. Since being assigned as a catcher in eighth grade, Tessa worked hard and maintained her title as catcher despite the inconveniences thrown her way. “I play on a travel team and so we were able to play all summer with some restrictions,” Peterson said, explaining how she still played in her position today.
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Born on the field, training for life
Laeticia Cerdas, Staff Writer • Published March 6, 2021

It could almost be considered an American tradition for children to take part in athletics from a young age. Those that take part in athletics for most of their academic careers are often practically born...

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Hasbro’s Clue: BTS at BHS
Hasbro’s Clue: BTS at BHS
Emily Won, Staff Writer • Published March 4, 2021

Remarkable performances, passionate cast members and dedicated crewmates- the yearly play. Inspired by the 1985 Paramount production, based on the classic Hasbro board game Clue, “Clue on Stage:...

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Singing through a black screen
Singing through a black screen
Anna McCoy, Photography Editor • Published February 25, 2021

A day in the life of a teacher changed so rapidly in such a short period of time. Black screens are the new faces of students. Hallways are empty and quiet. In the fine arts hallway especially, laughter...

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Virtual athletes: athletic heroes
Virtual athletes: athletic heroes
Grace Den Ouden, Staff Writer • Published March 13, 2021

Sports are a good way to stay active, especially for sophomore Emily Mann. However, due to the pandemic she’s had to take some precautions to stay safe, which limit her ability to play basketball ideally. Mann...

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Masked student athletes
Masked student athletes
Emily Yang, Staff Writer • Published March 13, 2021

As many states and communities return to sports and practices during the COVID-19 pandemic, athletes have been trying to adapt to this new ‘normal’ on their own. Wearing masks and practicing social...

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Rallies and birdies: girls’ badminton starts their new season
Rallies and birdies: girls’ badminton starts their new season
Emily Won, Staff Writer • Published March 8, 2021

Through virtual meetings, distanced tryouts and masked games, the recently formed girls’ badminton team has been playing in scrimmages with other schools and practicing six days a week. Despite the...

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Waiting for the ball, Sophomore Tessa Peterson stands ready and in position to receive it. Since being assigned as a catcher in eighth grade, Tessa worked hard and maintained her title as catcher despite the inconveniences thrown her way. “I play on a travel team and so we were able to play all summer with some restrictions,” Peterson said, explaining how she still played in her position today.
Photo by Stacey Wescott
Born on the field, training for life
Laeticia Cerdas, Staff Writer • Published March 6, 2021

It could almost be considered an American tradition for children to take part in athletics from a young age. Those that take part in athletics for most of their academic careers are often practically born...

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On the floor
On the floor
Sarah Huddleston, Camille Wodarz, Grace Tripathy, Editors-In-Chief • Published March 12, 2021
Finding her rhythm: Q&A with gymnast Gergana Petkova
Finding her rhythm: Q&A with gymnast Gergana Petkova
Vidya Madana, Multimedia Editor • Published February 28, 2021
On the floor
On the floor
Sarah Huddleston, Camille Wodarz, Grace Tripathy, Editors-In-Chief • Published February 26, 2021
2021 Super Bowl podcast
2021 Super Bowl podcast
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