Questions surface concerning dress code

Halli Lyle, Staff Writer

March 16, 2017

As fashion trends launch, schools dress codes take action. It’s always been a debate whether or not schools are in the right or wrong. BRHS chemistry teacher Jennifer Betbeze said “The upcoming fashion trends are not professional...

All paws were on deck for 18th annual parade

Taylor Washington, Staff Writer

March 16, 2017

The Capital Area Animal Welfare Society (CAAWS) sponsored the February 19 dog parade that drew crowds from across Louisiana. This year’s theme was “All Paws on Deck — Louisiana Strong, Baton Rouge Proud.” The event was...

Class Of 2017 Senior Superlatives Winners

Jeanne Smith, Staff Writer

March 3, 2017

Mr. BRMHS: Darrion Hill. Miss BRMHS: Patricia Mensah. Brains and Brawn: Etienne Chenevert. Brains and Beauty: Hannah Williams. Most Likely to Succeed: Mason Guillot and Chi Cao. Class Flirt: Tyler Walker and Shajua...

Winter Sports Roundup

Darla Shaler, Sports Editor

February 23, 2017

Wrestling Dual Meets: None Total Wrestlers on Team: 10 Top Wrestler: Chris Rayburn with 18 wins Tournaments: Louisiana Classic; City; Ken Cole Tournament at Komeaux in Lafayette Wrestlers at City JV: Cole Young p...

Commercial food items banned

Alecia Hodges, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017

Baton Rouge High students are not allowed to bring commercial food items on campus. Although this was recently re-announced, it has always been the case. Multiple students have been reprimanded lately for being caught with commercial...

Civil rights still evolving

Alecia Hodges, Staff Writer

February 23, 2017

While Black America’s fight for civil rights has seen numerous advances throughout the history of the United States, many would agree that there are still obstacles that stand in the way of Black people’s struggle for equality....

Ethan Sam manages two sneaker businesses

Jasmine Mungai, Features Editor

February 23, 2017

From promoting his young enterprise to operating two startup businesses, all while attending school, Ethan Sam’s story of determination, drive, and hard work serves as a model of success. As a senior, Sam is opening a chapter...

Students participate in full weekend of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of service

Jasmine Mungai, Features Editor

February 14, 2017

From having one Martin Luther King day of service in the past, Baton Rouge extended the national MLK holiday into four days of service and collaboration in the community, this year. To commemorate the life and sacrifice of...

Youth and Government Club attends Model United Nations

Revathi Menon, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017

The BRHS Youth and Government (YAG) Club attended Model United Nations (MUN) in December and came away with several achievements. Sophomore Selia Jindal won presiding officer of Security Council, senior Sarah Procopio won best...

Ballet students choreograph and perform their dances

Brittany Lee-Tillery, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017

Ballet students at BRHS danced their hearts out in the ballet showcases on the Monday and Tuesday before midterm exams in the ballet room. Rebecca Acosta gave her students an assignment at the beginning of the school year to choreograph...

BRHS students enter Debose Visual Art Festival

Gabbi Arcement, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017

The Debose Visual Art Festival is an annual art contest for students in Baton Rouge. Schools all over the parish are invited to submit both 2D and 3D art pieces. Baton Rouge High has been participating in the contest for years...

Best Love Movies

Olivia Williams, Staff Writer

February 14, 2017

There’s kissing in the rain, laying down in the street, “Hip-Hop Dalmatians,” guns, and so much more. Whether you’re alone or cuddled up next to a bae, our Valentine’s Day must watch list will hit every one of your spots. ACTIO...

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