Rick Clarke on Student Voice

Brenda Ruiz and Ivan Martinez

April 27, 2018

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The perspective of students influence the communities that surround them, so says, Rick Clarke who strongly believes in the power of student voice. Rick Clarke, US History and Race and Social Justice teacher for 32 years, co-advised...

Voices of Bullard

April 25, 2018

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"Why are you not attending Grad Bash?" Tryniti Pham (senior): I’m not going because I’ve been to Universal Studios so many times and it wouldn’t be as fun as Disneyland.

Voices of Bullard

April 25, 2018

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"What are you looking forward to most about summer?" Tatum Gorman (freshman): I’m looking forward to summer because I get to hangout with my friends and I can’t wait to go swimming and just have fun.

Voice of Bullard

April 25, 2018

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"How are you preparing for your last month of high school?" Gabe Tilghman (senior): I just recently got into ASU and I'm currently looking at housing options and trying to figure out where I'm doing in my life. I'm also preparing...

Starbucks to close for Racial-Bias Training

Alexis Virgen, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

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Be careful while walking into Starbucks, whoever you are! Recently, a video went viral after a Starbucks employee had called the police on two African-American men that were sitting in the coffee shop, not ordering, but waiting...

The Autism Acceptance Rally

Kesslyn Cousins, Staff Writer

April 25, 2018

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Autism rates are rising for children in the U.S according to The Center for Disease Control. Experts are not sure what the root of the problem is. However, they do not believe that vaccinations are the cause. Scientists at the...

Spring is in the Air and Love Abounds on Campus!

Delaynie Samora, Staff Writer

April 24, 2018

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Spring has sprung and love is all around us. If you scan the Bullard High School campus you will inevitably see young people holding hands, gazing into each other's eyes, and perhaps softly whispering into each other's ears. According...

Should Teachers Be Allowed to Have Guns on Campus?

Alexis Virgen and Xandra Lancaster

April 19, 2018

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In light of numerous school shootings and student protests to change gun laws and prevent massacres, many school boards are actively discussing the possibility of teachers arming themselves with guns. A new California poll...

Students of Stoneman Douglas High are given clear backpacks

Jordan Brunson, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018

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Following the horrific shooting that occurred on February 14th of this year, the students of Stoneman Douglas High were given 3,300 backpacks as a new safety measure. The students had mixed opinions on the new backpacks, which...

Spring is here and so are Allergies

Jade Kaabua, Staff Writer

April 17, 2018

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The spring weather may be lovely, but many of us are suffering from seasonal allergies during this time of year. The spring season affects everyone because there’s more sunshine, plants are blooming, and love is in the air. Bul...