BVSW News

What’s made and used in the realm of music

Liam Olinger, Writer

April 29, 2019

Filed under Features

If one has a taste in music, some might wonder how that music is made. If one is interested in how music is made, they’d probably be interested in music theory. Music theory, by definition, is the study of the practices and...

Softball Senior Signees

Jessica Bell, Staff Writer

April 29, 2019

Filed under Features, Sports, Spring Sports

In this year’s softball season, all five seniors signed with a school to continue their careers at the collegiate level. The familiar faces are Peyton Renzi, Maddie Redman, Katie Reeg, Kori Stonestreet and Hannah Maurer.   ...

Students discuss plans to attend same college as their family members

Sadie Putnam, Social Media Editor

April 29, 2019

Filed under Features

The process that goes into choosing a future path is different for everyone. Some people choose a university that offers them the biggest scholarship, others pick one that suits their specific future plans. Seniors Regan Vaccaro, Bri Lo...

Hat wearers describe meaning behind their fashion choices

Liam Olinger, Writer

April 29, 2019

Filed under Features

When one looks at a person, what do they see? Their face, their new shirt, their glasses, but one very unique trait is one’s hat. They can mean lots of different things to people. It can be their personality, their passion or...

Generation meme: Meme culture influences student and staff

Emma Olinger, Editor-in-chief

March 28, 2019

Filed under Features

Junior Fabiola Cabrera said meme culture is a staple of her generation. She said she first found out about memes when she stumbled upon Nyan Cat, a popular YouTube video posted in April of 2011. Since then, Cabrera said her tas...

coaches and athletes give opinions on district substance abuse agreement

Jessica Bell, Staff Writer

March 25, 2019

Filed under Features, Top Stories

In the 2014-2015 school year, Blue Valley finalized a Substance Abuse Agreement for student athletes. This was made to give athletes fair punishments, allow athletes a chance to fix their mistakes and give the coaches an outline...

Meet our new staffers

Elianna Oliver, Copy Editor

January 11, 2019

Filed under Features, Top Stories

This semester The Standard welcomed five new staffers.   Q: What’s your name? A: Peyton Moore   Q: Why did you decide to join Newspaper? A: I joined Newspaper because I heard it was a lot of fun and I was recommende...

Students Respond to New Video Game Releases

Jonah McCormick, Design Editor

December 7, 2018

Filed under Features, Top Stories

Rockstar Games recently released their second title of the series known as “Red Dead Redemption 2.” This game takes place in 1899 where the world is transforming on the cusp of WW1 and gunslingers and bandits are dyin...

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