New Leader of the Knights

Brenda Ruiz and Alexis Virgen

June 4, 2018

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The voice that you now hear on the intercom during Bullard's morning announcements is our newly elected Associated Student Body president, Mark Topoozian. Now that he's the President, he has assured us that he will be working...

America’s favorite Mexican restaurant: Taco Bell

Joshua Ortiz and Jacob Markus

June 1, 2018

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Valley residents pride themselves on their authentic Mexican food. They love their burritos, tacos, quesadillas, menudo, chile verde, and enchiladas, which are all part of their daily diets. However, their preferences on where...

Cougar attacks two Seattle mountain bikers in Washington State

Mekhi Harrison, Staff writer

June 1, 2018

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Two mountain bikers named S.J. Brooks and Isaac Sederbaum went mountain biking in the woods of Washington state when they spotted a big mountain lion, a cougar. A cougar had been following them since they arrived there. They created...

Winners of the Hmong Academic Decathlon!

Genevieve Soto, Staff Writer

May 11, 2018

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Recently, Bullard's Hmong students took part in the very 1st Hmong Academic Decathlon at Fresno City College. Eight high schools competed in the event. Sanger, Clovis, and Duncan highschool students won the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place...

Kids Day 2018

Joshua Ortiz and Julio Delgado

March 9, 2018

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On Kids Day, students around the district volunteered to sell newspapers in order to raise $650,000 to give to Valley Children's Hospital. It would break last years record of $630,000. The Fresno Bee and ABC30 joined forces...

New Laws for the New Year Affecting Young People

Xandra Lancaster, Staff Writer

January 22, 2018

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As of January 1st, 2018 there are 4 new laws that will have an effect on many teens across California. Some of the people that they will have the biggest effect on are, female students, students who have after school/weekend j...

Teachers and District Narrowly Avoid Strike!

Leoni Gavrielides and Alexis Virgen

January 19, 2018

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It looks like Fresno Unified teachers will not be walking out of the classrooms, pending ratification of a tentative agreement announced by the district and union leadership. During the past few weeks, tension escalated between the two sid...

What you need to know about Bullard’s new Tardy Policy

Alexis Mooksavanh, Staff Writer

January 17, 2018

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As students are being welcomed back from their winter break, Bullard now has a new tardy policy that will start on the 15th. This policy is actually  supposed to help students. A recent research discovered that around 60% of...

Bullard vs Sanger Playoffs

Delaynie Samora and Tawni Forston

November 25, 2017

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On November 10th, Bullard went against the Sanger High's varsity football team for the first round of playoffs. If you didn’t go to the game, then you missed out on one of the best victories of Bullard's football season this...

Will there be a walkout?

Leoni Gavrielides, Staff Writer

November 17, 2017

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In these past few weeks, the Fresno Teachers Association and the Fresno Unified School District have been relentlessly meeting trying to hammer out a new contract that pleases both sides. The FTA and district are still in the...