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Vampire Weekend grows, matures, releases their best album to date

Jack H. Evans

May 22, 2013

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A thick cloud of smog and fancy typeface hangs over a black-and-white New York City. Down below, a band plays a melody sampled from soft-rock band Bread

2 juniors set to complete mission work in Africa

Molly Yerger

May 21, 2013

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Editor's Note: This article is part of staff writer Molly Yerger's series on Bearden students summer activities. Two Bearden juniors are taking time out of their summer to pour into the lives of others. Katie Cottrell and Mallory...

Climbing team hopes to grow after successful 2012-13 season

Litza Craig

May 20, 2013

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Bearden has many different sports and clubs that build the blocks to a diverse school, but one sport that is quickly moving up on campus is the rock climbing team. Rock climbing, which is usually thought of as a recreational hobby,...

BHS sophomore prepares for ‘adventure’ backpacking China’s Great Wall

Molly Yerger

May 20, 2013

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Editor's Note: This article is part of staff writer Molly Yerger's series on Bearden students summer activities. Paying attention in foreign language classes really does pay off sometimes. Bearden sophomore Jake Grayson is beginning...

First-year water polo team will be top seed at state tourney

Brooke Williams

May 3, 2013

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After quickly building a program for its first year of existence, the Bearden High School water polo team suddenly finds itself with a chance at a state title. The idea of a water polo team was brought to the attention of students...

BHS a cappella warms up for concert with ‘Coffee House’

Molly Yerger

May 3, 2013

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Bearden High School is proud to present its third annual

Yeah Yeah Yeahs show a few signs of progress on ‘Mosquito’

Jack H. Evans

April 24, 2013

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When it comes down to it, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs share a sort of kinship with The Strokes: both bands came up in New York

Chaffee, Graham set to become Bearden’s first co-valedictorians

Molly Yerger

April 24, 2013

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For the first time in school history, Bearden will have two valedictorians. Seniors Cole Graham and Dalton Chaffee are now both officially recognized as two of the nation

Rice works to uphold Bearden’s baseball tradition

Litza Craig

April 3, 2013

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Coach John Rice may be the new head coach for the Bearden baseball team, but he certainly isn

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