The Bolles Bugle

The Bolles Bugle

The Bolles Bugle

Rachel and Emily Johns at a Japanese steakhouse of for Emily’s 26th birthday.
Arts vs. Sciences: The Johns sisters
Simran Naval, Contributing Writer • May 3, 2022

“Sometimes I’ll walk into work, and since some of the farmers like to bring all their animals in, I’ll just have a clinic full of goats,” veterinarian Emily Johns stated. Since graduating veterinary...

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Finding the slope of a national park
Jaden Taher, Contributing Writer • May 3, 2022
Helping Jacksonville move 904WARD
Ava Cheng, Contributing Writer • May 2, 2022
Scholarship Survival Guide: Vagenas advises students on college scholarships
Cameron Gratz, Copy Editor • May 11, 2022

Most students hear about scholarships all the time in high school, mostly from the morning announcements. But until junior year, they seem abstract and distant from their daily existence, like a speck...

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Can Bolles "say gay"?
Amber Bansal, Public Relations Editor • May 7, 2022
Pre-college group chats: convenience or concern?
Ian Peiris, Online Editor-in-Chief • March 11, 2022
SATIRE: Old university offers new courses
Cameron Gratz, Copy Editor • May 14, 2022

Antarctica State/National/Legal Quagmire University at Novolazarevskaya, with its barren landscape and social isolation, has struggled in recent years to attract students, who are generally more tempted...

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Parting ways with the fake self
Su Ertekin-Taner, Co-Editor in Chief • May 5, 2022
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Missed the Monday Morning Announcements? Rewatch them here!
Missed the Monday Morning Announcements? Rewatch them here!

Every Monday morning, the Video Production Club, run by presidents Tommy Zhang and Edmond Chen, broadcasts the daily announcements for the student...

They haven't always been teachers!
Kate Youell, Contributing Writer • May 2, 2022

When people look at teachers, they don’t necessarily consider their previous life of spontaneity and adventure. We see someone who has taught English, or quadratic equations for all of eternity. But in actuality they are like Indiana Jones leading a double life with both education and adventure. Mrs....

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Sliding in to softball season
Grace Albaugh, Contributing Writer • May 6, 2022

  “Our goals for the rest of the season are to continue being #1 in the district and win regionals. BK and ESJ have been our rivals so to come out with a win will give us motivation to win it all. But most importantly, continue to grow as a person fundamentally on and off the field.” - Kaitlyn Reardon ‘23   “We received a new assistant coach, we lost our starting third...

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The rescue pond and workspace
More than a fish store: fish, reptiles, ponds, coral — cafe?
Alex Boutwell, Contributing Writer • March 10, 2022

Floating Sea Aquatics is a fish, reptile, pond, and coral café, stationed on Old Kings Road. It seems a bit eccentric on the outside, but as soon as you enter, the atmosphere is welcoming and open. Azi Raza, the founder of the store, aims to broaden horizons for young people about marine and general wildlife. Raza says, ”This is not a business for me, rather a medium to educate children and our...

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