Archive for September, 2013

Be Agressive!

| September 30, 2013 | 4 Comments

  By: Allyson Hoy Summer is out, and fall is in. This breezy, colorful season isn’t only defined by cuddling and hot cocoa, but also, (yes, boys,) Football!  The NFL, however, isn’t the only source of this masculine sport. High schools, along with middle schools, as we all know, participate in it as well; especially all of us […]

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Zombie Apocalypse

| September 30, 2013 | 5 Comments

By: Jacqueline Boizan A lot of people think that in the future there is a possibility of a zombie apocalypse happening, however, some people just don’t have that kind of imagination and say a zombie apocalypse can never in this world happen. I strongly think that it is possible. Scientist say that there would have […]

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Bullying

| September 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
Bullying

by : Justin Dahlberg Bullying is wrong and it really hurts people mentally and physically. When some one is bullying someone else that means that they are having a bad day or they have problems with their family. If someone is being bullied tell a teacher or a adult that is near you. If you are the […]

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Attacking Syria?

| September 30, 2013 | 1 Comment

By: C. Powers Recently there have been chemical attacks in Syria. Forcing people from their homes, thus becoming refugees. Most of the refugees are starving, dehydrated, and have illnesses due to the chemical weapons. Already more than 100,000 people have died. Including fathers, mothers, grandparents, and children. A year ago Barack Obama had set a […]

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Is Xbox 1 really number 1?

| September 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

           By Andrew Monreal                                              On  December 31, 2013,  Microsoft  will release its all new Xbox 1.  It will obviously be a great system, but for how much?  The price will be sure to put a dent in your bank account, at  $500!  Now, what is Microsoft thinking? People on a budget will have to […]

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Middle school soccer

| September 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

By: Brooke Sellers Do you have an interest in soccer or play soccer? Well i do, and i think there should be a soccer team at Bradley. I mean, come on. We have a football, volleyball, golf, tennis, and track team; but no soccer team. More students play soccer at Bradley then any other sport. […]

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“Chew, Chew, Gross!”

| September 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
“Chew, Chew, Gross!”

By:Jessica Fonseca People chewing gum a distraction or a big help? Some people may say that the subject is debatable. others say there is just one specific answer, to the main question that still stands. Should we be allowed to chew gum in class? Some of the benefits are that research shows that if you […]

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Mcnuggets are Mcterryfying!

| September 30, 2013 | 2 Comments

By Noah LaPatra What’s your favorite meal from McDonalds? A big mac, some chicken nuggets? it should be nothing, do you know why? because not only is everything on their menu fatty, but it is also not real. that’s right, you heard me, its not real. Their chicken nuggets are made from pink slime, which […]

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Why Not Gymnastics?

| September 30, 2013 | 3 Comments

By: Jenna Kurburski What do you think that Bradley Middle School needs? Maybe you think that they need a soccer team or a baseball team or maybe even a S.W.A.T team. What I think B.M.S needs is a gymnastics unit in P.E class, and here is my point. Why do we need a gymnastics unit […]

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Spit Out Your Gum

| September 30, 2013 | 1 Comment

By: Selah Potter ” No gum  in the class room!”  Don’t you just hear that everyday. Most school rules are no chewing gum in the  the school. While schools have the no gum chewing  policy, they don’t know what they are missing. First of all, did you know that chewing gum can boost your intelligence? […]

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The value of being vegetarian

| September 30, 2013 | 0 Comments
The value of being vegetarian

Lindsay Kutac 9/26/13   Vegetarians are committed people around the world who don’t eat meat. They choose not to consume animal flesh typically because of these three categories: -Healthy lifestyle -Politics (animal rights) -Longevity “Being a vegetarian can be difficult at times,” says Courtney S., a young woman in San Antonio, “but it really pays […]

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Tornadoes tear through the U.S and foreign areas

| September 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

by:Alexsis Cruz Just as kids who were returning to school after the f-5 tornado that had just recently occurred three weeks back, came another tornado with ripping winds,  illuminating lightning, and thunder that damaged several homes in Oklahoma. Only one person was killed and injured quite a few civilians, but this tornado wasn’t as dangerous […]

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