BVSW News

Foreign Exchange Student Natalia Komornikova Gets Involved Through Cross Country And Swimming

Luke Hottovy, Staff Writer

May 13, 2019

Filed under Features

Every new school year brings with it new and different faces to the halls. Since the school’s inception, students from 11 different and unique nations have transferred for the opportunity to challenge their foreign language skil...

Students discuss how drones have influenced their lives

Elianna Oliver, Copy Editor

May 7, 2019

Filed under Features, Top Stories

The earth is filled with miles of sky that extend farther than a human’s field of vision. With new technologies, aside from airplanes, people are exploring this open space at new heights with the help of drones. Senior Daniel...

Q&A With Senior Riley Blee

Ashlyn Wakefield, Staff Writer

May 7, 2019

Filed under Features

Q: Name? A: Hi my name is Riley Blee Q: Grade? A:I am a senior at Blue Valley Southwest. Q:What is your diagnosis? A:I am affected waist down. My disability makes my legs tighter so it’s hard for me to walk. ...

Anatomy students write books for pediatric cancer patients

Elianna Oliver, Copy Editor

May 7, 2019

Filed under Features, Top Stories

In room 304 students write books about an apple, a deflated basketball and a dragon. What do these things all have in common? They all represent cancer. “Essentially we learned all about how cancer works and the immune system and the cells,” j...

Downtown stores reimagine the thrift shopping experience

Elianna Oliver, Copy Editor

May 7, 2019

Filed under Features, Top Stories

Dear Society: A small boutique tucked in the heart of the West Bottoms, Dear Society is a store that puts a twist on traditional thrift shopping. The store falls under a modern-vintage variety and store manager Jessica Brinck...

The Mass Communications Site of Blue Valley Southwest
Features