The Howler

The Howler

  • Holiday Toy Drive 2018

    Holiday Toy Drive 2018

    Bradie Harris, Staff Writer

    This year, the 2018-19 student council hosted a Toy Drive in partnership with Parks Place, a local community building center. In recent years, the annual toy drive has been much less than successful, and last year, the student community broke the school’s record with over 200 items! However, on a m...

  • For the Procrastinators

    For the Procrastinators

    Emily Bazin, Staff Writer

    Procrastination. It’s always been a trademark teenage thing. In extreme cases, teenagers let all assignments, chores, and responsibilities pile up until they reach the ceiling. One doesn’t necessarily choose this sloppy lifestyle of unproductiveness, it chooses them. Yes, I know it sounds corny bla...

  • Math Team Travels to Lebanon

    Math Team Travels to Lebanon

    Sydney Bazin, Staff Writer

    After the BF’s intermediate team claimed the third place spot in the October math meet in Hanover they were looking to advance to an even higher placement in December’s meet. The intermediates, who’s mascot is the Pirates (get it…. PI-rates?!), had to answer questions from the following categories: ...

  • BFUHS Winter Concert and Art Show Success

    BFUHS Winter Concert and Art Show Success

    Molly Hosdsden, Staff Writer

    On Thursday, December 13th, BFUHS presented their annual Winter Concert, featuring the Concert Choir, Wind Ensemble, Concert Band, Jazz Ensemble, and a student art show. The diverse combination invited an audience of fellow performers, administrators, family, friends, and other members of the co...

  • A Promising Beginning

    A Promising Beginning

    Abigail Cravinho, Staff Writer

    The winter sports season is off to a terrific start as the girls and boys basketball teams are looking forward to an excellent year. With a large group of incoming freshmen adding a tremendous amount of talent to both programs, the teams are hoping for the best. The junior varsity and varsity teams are e...

  • The Death of Cars; Sad but Brilliant

    The Death of Cars; Sad but Brilliant

    Cars (sedans and hatchbacks) are on the decline in the United States, rapidly being replaced by larger SUV’s.  In the first three quarters of 2018, car sales were down 21.3% while SUV’s were up 20.1%. In response, General Motors is phasing out its car lineup, discontinuing the Impala, Volt, and Cruze.  ...

    The Ford Fiesta, a subcompact car, is one of the models that's being discontinued in the near future.

    Bloomberg via Getty Images

  • Wallace’s Report on our Annual Reports

    Wallace’s Report on our Annual Reports

    Ian Wallace, Columnist

    Do you want time away from the boring Oprah's Book Club novels that your English teachers assign?  Try a new type of literature: town annual reports. On the surface they seem like boring, legal mumbo-jumbo, but if you analyze the text carefully, fascinating information awaits.  By reading the annual...

Holiday Toy Drive 2018
The Extinct Sea Cow
Rockingham Town Survey
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Math Team Travels to Lebanon
  • A Promising Beginning January 2, 2019
  • BFUHS Mathletes Compete in First Math Meet of the Year November 14, 2018
  • BFUHS Fall Sports Overview October 17, 2018
  • A Successful Season for Spring Sports June 11, 2018
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BFUHS Winter Concert and Art Show Success
Festivals, Festivals, Festivals!

Festivals, Festivals, Festivals!

June 11, 2018

“You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”

“You’re a Good Man Charlie Brown”

June 11, 2018

BFUHS Spring Concert: An Age of Experimentation, Timeless Excellence

BFUHS Spring Concert: An Age of Experimentation, Timeless Excellence

June 5, 2018

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For the Procrastinators
A No-Spoilers Review of “Crazy Rich Asians”

A No-Spoilers Review of “Crazy Rich Asians”

September 30, 2018

Single at Prom

Single at Prom

June 11, 2018

May 4th, a Day of Hope

May 4th, a Day of Hope

May 4, 2018

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