Understanding the Dress Code

Adore Ede

August 29, 2014

With the school year coming off to a start at Bel Air High School, students struggle to find it hard to get back into the school year grind. Gone are the days of sleeping until 11 in the morning every day, gone are the days o...

The Merit of Athletic Trainers

Martin Palacios, Special to the Bellarion

March 26, 2014

As another March comes to a close, we look back and appreciate what athletic trainers do for us. They keep athletes on the field and allow us to keep doing what we love. An athlete’s worst fear is to have an injury struck upon...

Getting Involved: A Student Perspective on Politics

Gracie Brett

March 24, 2014

Most teenagers are only looking at what’s important right now. I mean, who has time to think about what’s going on outside of Bel Air, when we have homework to do? Who has time to think watch the news and follow politics?...

Michael Sam Opens Up to the World

Kody Randlett, Editor in Chief

March 10, 2014

In an interview on ESPN's “Outside the Lines,” NFL draft prospect Michael Sam of Missouri announced that he was gay. This announcement shook the sporting world; it appeared that the NFL would soon have its first openly gay...

Life on the Board of Education: Change Your Perception With Me

Ben Barsam, Student Rep. to the Board of Education

January 9, 2014

First, some necessary background information.  My name is Ben Barsam; I am a senior at Bel Air High School, and I am the Student Member on the Harford County Board of Education for the 2013-2014 school year.  I identifi...

Do We Really Need To Start Black Friday on Thanksgiving Thursday?

Sophie Dondero

November 25, 2013

On November 28th, stores in Harford County will be opening up early on Thanksgiving for Black Friday the following day.    People around Harford County are being made to work on a holiday where they should be spending time...

It Certainly Is a Wonderful Life

Chandler Robertson, Co-Editor In Chief

June 6, 2013

The class of 2013 has certainly left its mark at Bel Air High School. But it is time for us to leave. It is time for us to move on and, for the most part, we can’t wait. We finally get to leave high school behind and head off...

The Worth of Midterms

Chandler Robertson

January 17, 2013

Midterms have arrived at Bel Air High School which leads to two standard questions from every student; what will be on the test and how much will it be worth? The answer to the second question is one eighteenth of the final grade....

It’s Not About Gun Control

Chandler Robertson

January 7, 2013

The events that took place last month in Newtown, Connecticut, marks one of the most tragic school shootings in the history of the United States. It also brings the subject of gun control to the foreground of political discussion....

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