The Bolles Bugle

The documentary highlights the horrors of the justice system and how we can make a change.

True Justice at Bolles: Students and teachers share and discuss their thoughts

Aisha Hasan, Contributing Writer March 24, 2021

"Each of us is more than the worst thing we’ve ever done,” stated Bryan Stevenson in the True Justice documentary Bolles presented on February 16th. The documentary shows an overview of systemic racism...

D’yasia Ford (second from left) attends the Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Parade with the Bolles’ Black Student Union (BSU). Her goal in bringing the BSU to the Downtown parade was to “promote Black excellence for Black History Month.”

The Age of Ford

Su Ertekin-Taner, Creative Director March 20, 2021

D’yasia Ford ('22) remembers one of her first conversations about race with her parents: “Even though it will seem like you’re less than, you never are. They told me that the world was a big misunderstanding,...

Richardson continues to stay in touch with the author of The Black Friend, Frederick T. Joseph, whether “it’s by cell or email or social media.”

Student book project sheds light on racial literacy

Ian Peiris, Online Editor March 20, 2021

At just five years old, Taylor Richardson (‘22) developed a love for space and the stars. She has attended multiple United States space camps and aspires to be the first Black woman to land on Mars. These...

Follow @sanmarcochzfryco on Instagram! They post their weekly schedules there! And they are available for catering and parties!

Food Truck Spotlight: San Marco Chz Fry Co.

Amber Bansal, Contributing Writer March 16, 2021

For Ty Banks, what started off as a late night snack turned into a professional business. He and his friends went out looking for cheese fries, but they were unsuccessful. So, they decided to take matters...

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