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First year of BYOD brings challenges, triumphs

First year of BYOD brings challenges, triumphs

Cristina Olvera, Reporter

It’s second block, and in one classroom in Braswell High School, students are learning about the annual incomes of various countries, including Taiwan, Canada and the U.S. There’s not a textbook in sight, nor any p...

May 31, 2017No Comments

The top 10 books to read this summer

The top 10 books to read this summer

Brittney Dear, Editor

Red Queen Author: Victoria Aveyard Goodreads ratings: 4.5/5 Goodreads summary: This is a world divided by blood – red or silver. The Reds are commoners, ruled by a Silver elite in possession of god-like superpowers. And to Mare ...

May 18, 2017No Comments

The eight best places to travel this summer

The eight best places to travel this summer

Bruno Ladaniuski, Sports reporter

If you are planning to travel this summer -- and you can afford some exotic destinations -- here are some of the best cities to explore over your two-month break. The following cities are ranked by number of visitors, exoticism...

May 10, 2017No Comments

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Varsity softball ends season as a family

Varsity softball ends season as a family

Victoria Flores, Sports reporter

Braswell High School’s softball season is coming to an end, with a record of 2-11. But win or lose, their mantra is they have each other as a team. “Even though we lost most of our games it doesn't matter … we are...

May 2, 2017No Comments

For varsity boys captain, soccer is life

For varsity boys captain, soccer is life

Bruno Ladaniuski, Sports reporter

Sophomore Simon Restrepo is captain of the varsity soccer team, playing as a center back. He also plays for the FC Dallas team as a striker. Restrepo started his soccer journey in Medellin, Colombia, his hometown, when he...

April 26, 2017No Comments

The year of the defensive backs

The year of the defensive backs

Juan Ponce, Sports columnist

With eight defensive backs predicted to go first round in this year’s draft, the case can  be easily be made that this is the year of the DBs. Strong picks such as Jamal Adams from LSU, along with Malik Hooker from OSU,...

April 26, 2017No Comments

Looking back at the NCAA Final Four

Looking back at the NCAA Final Four

Victoria Flores, Sports Reporter

Only four teams remained in the NCAA March Madness men's basketball tournament -- the South Carolina Gamecocks, the Gonzaga Bulldogs, the Oregon Ducks, and the North Carolina Tar Heels. The Tar Heels emerged as the champi...

April 18, 2017No Comments

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