I previewed the 2007 yearbook, Unscripted 2. This new and improved follow up to last yearʼs Unscripted is sure to be a hit. It was designed by Virge and the yearbook staff.Each grade has 3 pages. Many grades include pictures of everyone. Each grade had a themeand every grade did a good job of representing itself in the yearbook. My favorite theme was 9th gradeʼs Rock and Roll theme. It was hip and new. I think this new one is the best one yet. Itʼs really good and
On Thursday, May 31, 2007 BSGE had its semiannual music and dance performance. You could taste the thick layer of excitement and nerves the whole school day.
Mr. Sam Ulano, a well-known drum teacher, attended the concert. We asked him what he thought about the talent at our school. He replied, “Iʼm always amazed at what young people can do. If youʼre noticing, they have talent. Now we need to know how to develop that talent.” He compared music to a suit. According to Mr. Ulano, you need to know
by Kris K ’11
There are around 6 billion people living on Earth at this moment. Many people believe that in a mere three years the world’s population, all six billion people, will be wiped off the face of the Earth. There are a number of different prophecies and theories that all end with “The End.” The end of the world, that is.
People have always been predicting the Earth’s last year, month, day or even hour however, obviously, none of them have ever come true. June 6th, 2006 was apparently going to be the end of the world because of its symbolic date, 666. And a little over three years a later the Earth still stands. Before that we had the Y2K scare. Violent, planet-wide death was supposed to come with the turn of the millennium.
Unlike many previous so-called dates of the apocalypse many different theories exist that