Monthly Archives: April 2012

Boys Lax Loses Third in a Row

Written by Peter Redebaugh In a game that was back and forth, Birmingham Unified lost their third straight game, against Clarkston 12-10, bringing their record to 2-5. After BU captured an early lead of 5-2, Clarkston responded by scoring five goals to make the score 7-5 at halftime. At the beginning of the second half, junior Adam Sussalla scored a

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The Shot that Never Was

Written by Scott Anderson Let’s take it back to Wednesday, March 7. It was a crisp, late-winter night- a perfect night to stay inside and go watch a basketball game. The Seaholm gym was packed with hundreds of people on hand to watch the Seaholm vs. Groves district semifinal game. The two rivals were ready for a good, hard fought

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Students Feel the Heat

Written by John Elder Temperatures reached 83 degrees in Michigan during the week of March 19, but Seaholm’s heating system is still on. Chances are, it will be for a while. To turn the air conditioning on, the heat needs to be shut off and it takes a few days to restart the system. Thirteen days passed with temperatures above

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District Reexamines Bullying Policy

A change in state law has called for Birmingham Public Schools to re-address its bullying policy. As a result, administrators in the district are turning to students for input. BPS Treasurer Robert Lawrence was one of several administrators responsible for the decision to involve students with the changes. “When it’s a big issue that impacts students, in particular at the

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