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The Pride of Bixby, 2016-2017: An SPN Documentary

The Pride of Bixby, 2016-2017: An SPN Documentary

Elizabeth Gwartney, SPN documentarian

SPN staff member Elizabeth Gwartney follows the Pride of Bixby marching band through summer drills, night practices, performing excellence and emotional highs and lows.

February 9

Will Blankenship: A Down Syndrome Story

Will Blankenship: A Down Syndrome Story

Kennedy Blankenship, Reporter

SPN student Kennedy Blankenship documents home life with her brother, Will, who has Down syndrome.

January 25

Tulsa City-County Library Gets Head-to-Toe Makeover

Tulsa City-County Library Gets Head-to-Toe Makeover

Cassidy Reed and Kennedy Blankenship

SPN reporters Cassidy Reed and Kennedy Blankenship look at every angle of the revamped Tulsa City-County Library, which was closed for several years during the complete overhaul.

January 13

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Trump’s Ban on the Local Level

Trump’s Ban on the Local Level

Ralph Bernhardt, Reporter

Just about everyone in the United States has heard about President Trump's recent attempt to ban travel between the United States and seven predominantly Muslim countries. While it's been flooding social media and news across the country, few have stopped to think about its affect on Muslims at the local level. A Bixby member of the Islamic Society of Tulsa expressed her concerns about the president's executive order, which...

February 6

Bixby High Students Attend Inauguration

Bixby High Students Attend Inauguration

Shea Hooper, Reporter

Five Bixby High School students, along with history teacher Randall Briggs, went to Friday’s inauguration of Donald Trump as the nation's 45th president. Seniors Ashylin Wainscott and Annastasia Root, juniors Sydney Hooper and Raina Hahn, and sophomore Bailey Proctor witnessed history as Trump and Vice President Mike Pence were sworn into office. “Not many get this opportunity to see a president getting inaugurated into office," Mr. Briggs...

January 25

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Benefits of Entering College Without a Major in Mind

Benefits of Entering College Without a Major in Mind

Rosalie Boyd, Reporter

Most may think that upon entering college you must know what your major will be or what is planned for you in order to find success after graduation. The assumption is that you must have a set career and be prepared for the future. If you know what you’re most likely going to major in, that’s great. This may help narrow your choices. But if you haven’t decided on a career choice, that’s great as well. “Many statistics show that there is only...

February 2

5 Ways to Prepare for College Before Your Senior Year

5 Ways to Prepare for College Before Your Senior Year

Sydney Smith, Reporter

 As I have learned very well, senior year is not as effortless as some make it sound. In reality, what some students may consider a “blow-off’ year has turned out to be the busiest, most stressful school year thus far. I never anticipated how full my plate would be this year with school, work, college applications and extracurricular activities; it can sometimes be hard to not lose my mind. I’ve always thought of myself as an organized, Type A...

November 29

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The Perks of Being a Vegan

The Perks of Being a Vegan

Makayla Andrew, Reporter

Good nutrition is important if you want to promote your overall health. This why Rosalie Boyd, a 16-year-old sophomore at Bixby High School, became a vegan. In addition to being vegetarian, vegans do not use any animal products. This includes eggs, dairy products, honey, meats, gelatin and creams. Boyd decided to become a vegan for a healthier body. “To make my body more healthy, I reduced my s...

February 8 • Comments closed

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Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is A Galaxy Full of Fun

Rogue One: A Star Wars Story is A Galaxy Full of Fun

Garrett Wheeler, SPN Editor in Chief

December 19

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Bixby High School News & TV
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