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Is Cold Hard Cash on its Way Out?

Jacob Slater, Staff Writer

October 20, 2016

Filed under Charger Blogs, Opinion

One of the more recent debates over the past few months have been on the topic of U.S. currency. The questions have been whether it's reliable, or who should be on the twenty dollar bill. But one of the more extreme changes that...

Clowns On The Loose?

Angelina Gutierrez, Staff Writer

October 14, 2016

Filed under Charger Blogs, Opinion

All around the U.S. crazy people, dressed up like clowns, are terrorizing everyday people. You may be wondering, why does this qualify to me and my life? Well, this isn't a hoax.  Almost anywhere you go, people see killer clowns,...

Homecoming is the same old same old

Miguel Montoya, Staff Writer

October 13, 2016

Filed under Charger Blogs

Bullard hosted its annual homecoming rally Tuesday in the North Gym. Third period was split in two so there would be room for all students in the gym. Freshmen and sophomores were paired into the first rally, while juniors and...

Is the Five-Second Rule a Reasonable Method to Use?

Shelby Domingo, Staff Writer

September 30, 2016

Filed under Charger Blogs, Opinion

In a recent article from Slate.com by Ian Graber-Stiehl, the five-second rule was analyzed and it was determined that the rule is flawed. This news has prompted an important question: is the five-second rule an acceptable me...

Take learning into your own hands

Melissa Lott, Staff Writer

May 17, 2016

Filed under Charger Blogs

According to a March article in the Washington Post, getting A's is much easier to do nowadays than it was 60 years ago. There are a few reasons behind this. One, these days, teachers let you turn in late work for full credit....

Easy A? Blame society

Hunnter La Mar, Staff Writer

May 5, 2016

Filed under Charger Blogs

A recent article in the Washington Post suggests that students obtain A's in school far too easily. Student transcripts from the past 70 years were analyzed. Researchers "found that the share of A grades has tripled, from just...

Sleep-deprivation

Holland Gibson, Staff Writer

April 21, 2016

Filed under Charger Blogs

Teens aren't getting enough sleep and it is linked to multiple things. The effects of sleep-deprived teens are very serious. Including texting while driving and infrequently using a seatbelt. Chronic sleep shortage might be...

When it comes to “Harry Potter,” the play is not the thing

Mason McCormick, Staff Writer

March 14, 2016

Filed under Charger Blogs

Harry Potter is a fictional story of a boy in a magical world. There have been seven books and eight movies in the series. Now for the next sequel, author J.K. Rowling has decided to allow her literary creation to become a...

“Daaamn Daniel”

“Daaamn Daniel”

March 8, 2016

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