Steve Brummett discusses the robot design with Kyle Rollins and Christian Bradshaw during a recent work day.
ASHLYN PACE – Hoof Prints Staff
“We want to do good for his last year” Kyle Rollins said.
Comments like this are frequently heard among members of the Robotics club. This year strikes as an [...]
ASHLYN PACE – Hoof Prints Staff When people think of a typical band director the characteristics they normally assume are funny, nerdy, and friendly. BIC’s newest band director is in fact, all of those things. “I was just a band nerd; I’ve always been a band nerd,” he said. [...]
MORGAN BARNES – Hoof Prints Staff Students who participated in the tour were shocked by what they saw. As they walked into the lab, their jaws dropped. Skin samples, gallstones, removed bullets and blood were only a fraction of their amazement. A red medical bag, secured tightly with white tape, placed in the shape of a rectangle. An amputated leg was exactly what it was. A leg removed from an elderly person who suffered from diabetes. [...]
CLAY TURNER – Hoof Prints Staff Coral Burke sat in Ms. Cornish’s English classroom anxiously waiting for her test grade to be announced. Only a few weeks before had she taken a test similar to this one and had received a grade lower than a C. A few seconds passed before Ms. Cornish called out, “Coral Burke 100.” [...]
As biology teacher Mr. Eddie Dunigan begins to demonstrate the dissection of a frog by ripping its guts out, senior Lindsey Pittman tries to keep from throwing hers up.
DANIELLE SCHOOLEY – Hoof Prints Staff She looked around, opened some books, dusted them off, read through a few and realized that something had to change. Students were no longer checking out books from the library and librarian Mrs. Melinda Wells knew exactly why. [...]
CLAY TURNER – Hoof Prints Staff Students in Mrs. Hamrick’s seventh period art class sit in their seats prepared to watch a video commemorating the tenth anniversary of 9/11. As Mrs. Hamrick clicks on a video on the History Channel website, she and the other students stop what they are doing and turn their heads toward the Smart Board at the front of the class. [...]
DANIELLE SCHOOLEY – Hoof Prints Staff Five-Six-Seven-Eight. Inhale. Exhale. Go. She can feel the eyes of everyone in the crowd on her, waiting to see her next move. She takes off in full sprint, leaps, pushes off the court with her hands and launches herself into the air, flipping over a full time and sticking her landing. [...]
CLAY TURNER – Hoof Prints Staff While some students at Buffalo Island Central take the traditional approach of summer activities by lounging around the pool, having weekly lake trips or going to ball camps, other students willingly sacrifice part of their summer by spending additional time at high school in order to perfect their ACT scores. [...]
After winning Writer of the Year at last year’s Arkansas Scholastic Press Association convention in her first year on the journalism staff, senior Amber Rolland is hoping to bring home a few more plaques this year for what she has dubbed the Triple Crown: Writer of the Year, Photojournalist of the Year and Newspaper Editor of the Year. “I want to turn ordinary snapshots, facts and stories into extraordinary photos and articles that really captivate the reader’s attention,” Amber said. “I want to breathe life and emotion into each yearbook spread I create, each story I write and each photo I take.” [...]