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SPN Take Five for Nov. 12, 2018

SPN Take Five for Nov. 12, 2018

Braxton Banks, Producer

November 12, 2018


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Here is this week's announcement program.

Edmondson vs. Stitt

Edmondson vs. Stitt

Nate Husen, Reporter

October 29, 2018


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With the gubernatorial and midterm elections Nov. 6, Spartan Post News has put together a guide for the governor’s race, in which one of the biggest issues is education. John Travers, a U.S. history and federal government professor at Tulsa Community College, provides some professional insight into ...

A Freshman’s Fitness Ordeal

A Freshman’s Fitness Ordeal

Braxton Banks, Rosalia Carrillo and Aiden Powell, Reporters

May 23, 2018


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Aiden Powell, assisted by Rosalia Carrillo and Braxton Banks, attempts to get fit.

Boiled Potatoes and Calculus

Boiled Potatoes and Calculus

Logan Morton, Reporter

May 23, 2018


Filed under Academics, Top Stories

Logan Morton and Rebecca Rayon feature a fun experiment in a calculus class.

SPN Take Five for May 21, 2018

SPN Take Five for May 21, 2018

Lindsey Fulbright, Editor/Producer

May 21, 2018


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Here is the last Take Five of the school year, including features on acclaimed athletes, Special Olympians and a national recognized drama student.

Tornado Season in Oklahoma

Tornado Season in Oklahoma

Braxton Banks, Reporter

May 2, 2018


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Freshman journalism student Braxton Banks explains why Tornado Alley is hazardous in the spring.

Lacrosse Slowly Growing in Popularity

Lacrosse Slowly Growing in Popularity

Rosalia Carrillo, Reporter

April 27, 2018


Filed under Sports, Top Stories

Lacrosse is a sport that was not very popular when a small groups of Bixby students began playing. Many of them were told about the sport by freshman Rachel First. First started to get interested in lacrosse after watching her brother play; she has been participating for five years. At the time n...

Bixby High Staffers File for Office

Bixby High Staffers File for Office

Ralph Bernhardt, Reporter

April 24, 2018


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Two Bixby High School employees have announced that they will run for  seats in the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Assistant principal Melissa Provenzano, running as a Democrat in District 79, and English teacher Cody Coonce, running as a Republican in District 80, are not the only educators...

Literally Nothing

Literally Nothing

Jake Diagostine, Brittany Marlow and Connor Wright, Reporters

March 28, 2018


Filed under Podcasts, Top Stories

Sophomore Brittany Marlow and freshmen Connor Wright and Jake Diagostine produce their first podcast, with illustrations by Jake.

Spring Fashion

Spring Fashion

Ari Johnson and Emma Warden, Reporters

March 16, 2018


Filed under Podcasts, Top Stories

Freshmen Emma Warden and Ari Johnson produce their first podcast for SPN: spring fashion ... on a budget.

Bixby Students Protest Gun Violence, Low Teacher Pay

Bixby Students Protest Gun Violence, Low Teacher Pay

Ralph Bernhardt, Reporter

March 14, 2018


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About 140 Bixby High School students gathered at the campus clock tower Wednesday in solidarity with victims of school violence and underpaid teachers . Chants of “Change! Change!” and “The will of the people will never be defeated!” periodically echoed throughout the crowd. Students...

On the Parkland Shootings: One Month Later

On the Parkland Shootings: One Month Later

Rebecca Rayon, Reporter

March 14, 2018


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

The 18th school shooting of 2018 occurred in Parkland, Florida, exactly a month ago today. A former student using an assault rifle has been charged with the murders of 14 children and three adults. Many articles written about this school shooting haven’t just said, “former student”; they ha...

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