The voice of the students

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The voice of the students

The Catamount

The voice of the students

The Catamount

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Will the Return To Pandora Be a Historic Event? Box Office and Critical Analysis [Part 2 of 2]

Chase Bachmeier November 26, 2022

13 years ago, filmmaker James Cameron took us to the 3D world of Pandora in his 2009 film Avatar. He pushed the limits of moviemaking technology using motion-capture for the blue humanoid species called...

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Return to the World of Pandora This December [Part 1 of 2]

Chase Bachmeier November 26, 2022

13 years ago, filmmaker James Cameron took us to the 3D world of Pandora in his 2009 film Avatar. He pushed the limits of moviemaking technology using motion-capture for the blue humanoid species called...

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“Sammy Rae and the Friends” Create Music and Community in Seattle

Olivia Asmann November 21, 2022

At every Sammy Rae and the Friends concert, lead singer Sammy Rae repeats the “Mantra of the Friends”. She sings, “Go put a smile on somebody’s face, go tell somebody they’ve got a place in...

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How Many BHS Students Know The Beatles?

Ellie Noble November 19, 2022

Are The Beatles outdated? Personally, I’m a huge fan of The Beatles. If you know me, I am constantly talking about them and dressed like I’m on my way to see one of their concerts. But given that I’m...

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The Locked Tomb Book Series Review (Pt. 1)

Norma Lin November 19, 2022

“Lesbian necromancers in space!” is an incredibly reductive tagline for any novel—and yet The Locked Tomb (TLT) is a series for which it feels appropriate an introduction. This simple, unassuming...

This Month’s Book Reviews!

This Month’s Book Reviews!

Sravani Dodda, Kunal Kumar November 16, 2022

Hi Cougs! We’re going to be reviewing two of the books that we have read over the past month. These books should be available in the BHS Library, so if you guys are interested, feel free to check them...

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Artist Spotlight: Lilla Tillo

Clara Frost November 16, 2022

  You could be sitting next to the next groundbreaking musician. BHS senior, Lilla Tillo, is a talented singer-songwriter. She plays guitar, sings and produces her songs using Ableton (a digital...

Submerged – Psychological Thriller

Aurelia Stokke October 31, 2022

Her eyes open. She’s enveloped in pure darkness, where the light is even afraid to show itself. Why can’t she breathe? She tries moving an arm, but it’s slow and languid. Did she even...

Headless Horseman

Aurelia Stokke October 30, 2022

He flocks alone in the dark of night, Chilling the townspeople with deathly fright. A bloody stump atop a human body. And his billowing cape, gory and gaudy He’s come to steal you from your abode. His...

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FALL For a New Book

Brynn Deckard October 30, 2022

  When I think of autumn, I imagine snuggling up under a blanket with a hot drink and a book. The leaves are changing, which means that it’s time to put away your beach reads and find something more...

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The Best Horror Movies

Wendy Brannon and Ayaana Sharma October 30, 2022

What is more perfect than enjoying the spooky season with a scary film? This tradition has been going on for decades and there are over thousands of scary movies and films to choose from – but what are...

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Fall Poetry: you’re not falling, the leaves are

Phebe Emmanuel October 30, 2022

you’re not falling, the leaves are. they’re tuning bright red like the pain that rages inside of you, but the difference is that they are rotting away and you are not. you are just beginning to bloom....

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