• BC DECA competes at ICDC in Nashville

    BC DECA competes at ICDC in Nashville

    Vicky Tarakanova and Alice Zheng

    May 25, 2016

    After the state competition in March, twenty-six Brookfield Central Students competed in DECA’s International Career Development Conference (ICDC) from April 22 through April 27 in the heart of Music City: Nashville, Tennessee. For the first year in BC DECA history, Brookfield Central had two ICDC... READ MORE »»

    BC DECA students pose for a picture wearing their Wisconsin cheese hats to represent Wisconsin. DECA members could trade their state souvenirs with members from other countries.

    Alice Zheng

  • JSA students travel to Spring State Convention in Illinois

    JSA students travel to Spring State Convention in Illinois

    Ravina Sachdev, Features Editor

    May 25, 2016

    On the morning of April 16, members of the BCHS club Junior Statesmen of America (JSA) pulled up to the back entrance of the school to hit the road for Schaumburg, IL for the 2016 Spring State Convention. Maria Farrokhnia (‘17) was the team leader and Anna Barry (‘16) was the chapter president for ... READ MORE »»

    From left to right: Atritra Chakraborty ('18), Ravina Sachdev ('19), Owen Eppel ('19), Maura Barry ('19), Maria Farrokhnia ('17), Rachel Buechel ('18) attend JSA Spring State.

    MIdwest JSA Media

  • Lancer sophomores win bronze medal at International Science Fair

    Lancer sophomores win bronze medal at International Science Fair

    Payal Ahuja, Reporter

    May 24, 2016

    Brookfield Central’s very own Laurel Chen (’18) and Reilly Olinger (’18) recently won a bronze medal in the category of environmental management and pollution at the International Sustainable World (Energy, Engineering, and Environment) Project (I-SWEEEP) science competition. Their project entitled... READ MORE »»

    Reilly Olinger ('18) and Laurel Cheng ('18) stand in front in front of the I-SWEEP banner in Texas.

    Chris Olinger

  • King and Queen crowned at Central’s Prom

    King and Queen crowned at Central’s Prom

    Becca Yi, Editor-in-Chief

    May 24, 2016

    Prom goers from Brookfield Central witnessed a fabulous crowning of King and Queen April 16 at the Intercontinental Hotel. The Class of 2017 dressed to impress on the Red Carpet and enjoyed a night full of eating, dancing, and taking many, many photos.  Adam Weiner (‘17) and Sophie Bohr (‘17) were... READ MORE »»

    Prom King, Adam Weiner ('17), and Prom Queen, Sophie Bohr ('17), pose together for a photo after the Grand March.

    Alan Herzberg

  • Three BC Seniors Awarded Herb Kohl Scholarships

    Three BC Seniors Awarded Herb Kohl Scholarships

    Hema Gharia, Reporter

    May 23, 2016

    On April 9th, 2016, Erica Calvache (’16), Emma Kumer (’16), and Jordan Seymour (’16) were awarded Herb Kohl Scholarships for their excellence and initiative throughout high school. This year a total of 184 high school seniors received the Herb Kohl Scholarship. Both Erica and Emma received the... READ MORE »»

    BC seniors pose with Senator Herb Kohl after being awarded the Herb Kohl Scholarship. From left to right: Erica Calvache ('16), Jordan Seymour ('16), Senator Herb Kohl, and Emma Kumer ('16).

    Brett Gruetzmacher

  • Key Club attends District Convention

    Key Club attends District Convention

    Becca Yi, Activities Editor

    April 15, 2016

    As the BC Key Clubbers walked into the Hyatt hotel March 11, they could tell they were not in Kansas anymore. Many Key Clubs from all over Wisconsin donned posters, streamers, and balloons on the balcony railings, designed especially for this year’s theme: The Wizard of Oz. The first day was meant... READ MORE »»

    The BC Key Club Executive Board poses for a photograph in their business casual attire at the KI Center. (From left to right) Front row: Gene Lee (‘18), Sophia Sun (‘18), Emily Smith (‘17), Ananya Rajaraman (‘17), Emily Oberst (‘16), Tara Zembinski (‘16), Abby Ng (‘16). Back row: Rachel Baker (‘16), Karina Weltcheff (‘16), Hema Gharia (‘17), Megan Moretti (‘17), Becca Yi (‘17), Emily Johnson (‘17).

    Emily Johnson

  • Raven Avery-Moore honored at 2016 Black Excellence Awards

    Raven Avery-Moore honored at 2016 Black Excellence Awards

    Natalie Hartwig, Editor-In-Chief

    April 15, 2016

    Raven Avery-Moore (’16) was awarded the Louvenia Johnson Scholarship, named after the Milwaukee Times’ founder Louvenia Johnson, recognizing Avery-Moore’s academic achievements and contributions to the community. Avery-Moore was one of nine students from the Milwaukee area to receive a laptop,... READ MORE »»

    Avery-Moore (‘16) holds up her Louvenia Johnson Scholarship for 1,000 dollars.

News

Lancer Lounge unveiled for 2016-17 school year

Sophia Sun, News Editor

April 15, students sat in the gym bleachers listening in anticipation for the next Lancer Way Blue & White Award recipient’s name. As described by Henry Mirsberger (‘16), the next recipient of the coveted award was...  Read More »

May 24, 2016 • 0 comments

Yearbook students attend the National High School Journalism Convention

Yearbook students attend the National High School Journalism Convention

Teja Paturu, Reviews Editor

April 14-17, eight Yearbook students and Mr. Thomas Juran attended the National High School Journalism Convention co-sponsored by the Journalism Education Association (JEA) and the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA)...  Read More »

May 24, 2016 • 0 comments

Juniors recognized for leadership skills

Becca Yi, Activities Editor

Thirty students at BC were nominated as Wisconsin Leaders of Tomorrow by various staff members. The 2016 nominees from the Class of 2017 include the following: Michael Anderson, Olga Boukhvalova, Catie Conlon, Rachel Davel,...  Read More »

April 15, 2016 • 0 comments

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Opinions

The Pros and Cons of This Year’s Exam and Exam Schedule

Leslie Bonilla, Reporter

Exams have come and gone once again. And, as always during exam season, people are criticizing our current exam system more. Right now we’ve got a rather convoluted system,...  Read More »

April 16, 2016 • 0 comments

New voter ID laws disenfranchise many

April 15, 2016

Wisconsin’s voter ID law went into effect Feb. 16....  Read More »

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Apple users’ security threatened by FBI orders

April 15, 2016

The terrorist attack in San Bernardino Dec. 2, 2015...  Read More »

Should teens date in high school?

February 13, 2016

I am 18 years old and I have never been in a romantic...  Read More »

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Reviews

“Fuller House” stays true to original while making its own mark

“Fuller House” stays true to original while making its own mark

Rohan Ramachandran, Reporter

Feb. 26, the world witnessed the release of Fuller House, the long awaited spinoff of the 90s sitcom Full House, on Netflix. Although some fans argue that Fuller House did ...  Read More »

April 16, 2016 • 0 comments

Daredevil returns for another season of action-packed crimefighting

April 16, 2016

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Zootopia entices audiences with purposeful themes

April 13, 2016

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Once Upon A Time is back for Season 5 Part 2

April 13, 2016

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