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Eating Healthy on a Budget

Eating Healthy on a Budget

February 11, 2015


Filed under Health, Student Life, Top Stories

Often, the two biggest concerns people have with their diets are cost and calories. People want to know they are eating healthily while still staying below budget. This can be difficult sometimes as most healthy foods, like good meat and fruit, can be expensive. For your information, I have included...

FCCLA Star Events: Regionals Recap

FCCLA Star Events: Regionals Recap

Shelby Hendrix, Junior Editor n Chief

February 9, 2015


Filed under Academics, News, Student Life

On thursday, January 29th, Brittney Smith, Peri Pope, Brooklyn Keys and myself made our way to Stillwater to compete in the FCCLA Star Event Regional competition. After a long day of wait and anticipation, awards and results were finally presented. Brittney and Peri won 3rd and bronze in their Life...

Grieving Grey’s

Grieving Grey’s

Savannah Vincent, Reporter

February 6, 2015


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

 WARNING: This article contains Grey's Anatomy spoilers. I love TV. I can sit in front of the TV for hours as can many other people. To be quite honest, TV is a rather significant part of my life. That sounds a bit pathetic, yes, but let me break it down for you: Binge Watching (n.)- the practice o...

Best of Bixby/Tulsa

Best of Bixby/Tulsa

Shelby Hendrix, Junior Editor n Chief

February 6, 2015


Filed under A&E, Student Life, Top Stories

Recently, The Voice magazine featured a segment of the Best of Tulsa. So we decided to do a rendition of our own. Below are the most voted 'best of's' by fellow Bixby High school  students:   Entertainment                                                                                  ...

How to feed yourself

How to feed yourself

Reagan Rinehart, Student Life Editor

January 6, 2015


Filed under Health, Student Life, Top Stories

2014 is coming to a close, and that means many of us are about to start our New Year's Resolutions, a common one being dieting. With a new year, many of us will be trying to lose weight, and in a couple of months, many of us will feel defeated. Why is it so hard to go on a weight loss diet? It's ...

Bixby High School 6A State Champions for WinWin Week Campaign

Bixby High School 6A State Champions for WinWin Week Campaign

January 4, 2015


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

On September 26, 2014, as Bixby students filed into the Bixby vs Claremore football game (which ended in a 46-6 victory for the Spartans), the Spartans were declaring victory for another cause besides football. Students were declaring their support to and raise money for cancer research. Bixby High...

Sexting Sense

Sexting Sense

Syerria Neuman, Reporter

December 17, 2014


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Sexting: the act of sending and or receiving sexually explicit photographs or messages. In today's world, sexting is a part of a teenager's modern life. According to the The National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, approximately 30 percent of teenagers sext on a daily basis. Of that 40 to 44 percent of...

Random Act of Kindness: My Mustard Fairy

Random Act of Kindness: My Mustard Fairy

Shelby Hendrix, Junior Editor in Chief

December 5, 2014


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

"Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly, and most underrated agent of human change. Kindness that catches us by surprise brings out the best in our natures."  The job of a teacher is to connect with student and enrich learning. This past week, Bixby 9th Grade Center English teacher ...

Concussions: Symptoms and Lawsuits

Concussions: Symptoms and Lawsuits

Shelby Hendrix, Junior Editor n Chief

October 15, 2014


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

The blow to the head comes out of nowhere. The dizziness starts. Depending on how hard the hit, you may or may not throw up. Your head starts killing you. You start to see black spots every where you look. You feel where you hit your head to see if theres a bump or a dent there. There is! The first...

Faulty IPhone Chargers: We Have A Cure!

Faulty IPhone Chargers: We Have A Cure!

Shelby Hendrix, Junior Editor n Chief

September 26, 2014


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Has your iPhone charger ever suddenly stopped working? Has your iPhone stubbornly refuse to charge above 1%? Have you ever had a break down because your iPhones dead and has no life whatsoever?! I've been there. We've all been there. You're not alone. Iphones all around the world are going lifeless....

WinWin Week A Time for Community Effort

WinWin Week A Time for Community Effort

Shelby Hendrix, Junior Editor in Chief

September 18, 2014


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

WinWin Week is Oklahoma's opportunity of high school students to declare victory over cancer. WinWin Week is a collaboration between the Stephenson Cancer Center and OSSAA. The Stephenson Cancer Center is the state's only academic comprehensive cancer center and serves thousands of patients each year...

Day of Understanding

Day of Understanding

September 6, 2014


Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Keith Hawkins is a national youth speaker that addresses over 400,000 students, educators, business owners, and parents each year. The second week of school, Hawkins addressed 250 Bixby High School students in a "Day of Understanding" where students worked together to reflect and process peer empathy,...

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