BVSW News

Homeless in the hallways

Annie Burress, Editor-in-Chief

October 15, 2010

Filed under Opinion

If there’s one phrase I never thought I would hear a teacher say, it’s ‘Juniors — please go home. You need to leave the school building — now.’ It doesn’t make sense — but it’s true. Every Wednesday, teachers...

Give it a Shot

Matthew Gruber, Staff Writer

October 15, 2010

Filed under Opinion

Going to a new school and having to adapt to a new environment is never easy. But no one ever said it was going to be. It’s become pretty evident that some people came to this school with their minds made up that they were going...

The small box we’re shoved in

Sarah Edwards, Arts & Entertainment Editor

October 15, 2010

Filed under Opinion

As teens, our parents expect us to be many things. Respectful, disciplined, smart and successful. Yet the media seem to think that to sell anything, we must be portrayed differently. We are constantly bombarded by images of...

Oh No Mario

October 15, 2010

Reality TV lacks reality

October 15, 2010

Filed under A&E, Opinion

The Snooki wannabes of the world have taken over. With the fake tans and Bump-it hair, the world of reality is becoming less and less genuine. From dating escapades to survival of the fittest, reality television is taking real...

Texas-sized potential

Annie Burress, editor-in-chief

October 1, 2010

Filed under Opinion

Let me just start out by saying this: I’m a huge fan of Texas Longhorns football. Game days? Best day of the week. A victory? My day gets exponentially better. But too many people have written the team off this year. Why?...

Studyless Hall

Brice Goldenberg

September 23, 2010

Filed under Opinion

I walked into study hall expecting to be able to get some homework done quickly, then move on to something else. I was sadly mistaken. Study hall at BV Southwest is not what I expected at all. When you walk into class, you ...

Staff Editorial

September 15, 2010

Is Your Music Warped Worthy?

September 12, 2010

Filed under A&E, Opinion

it’s a hot summer day. I’m sitting in the car with my friends driving around while the A/C is on full blast. I decide to turn on some music,  but as I turn the dial the car is filled with an awful sound. Oh wait, it’s Miley...

For athletes, the chances of a championship may sway loyalty decisions

Matthew Gruber, Staff Writer

September 12, 2010

Filed under Opinion, Sports

Loyalty and sports. I think it’s safe to say there’s a direct connection between the two. Fans are loyal to their hometown teams and players are loyal to the town and their fans. But when players pack up their bags...

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