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Female football for a cause

Female football for a cause

October 23, 2015

  October 21st, the day that girls took the field and proved they can play football just as well as boys.   Powderpuff is two- hand, touch football for girls. The rules are almost the same as ...

National Honor Society welcomes new members

National Honor Society welcomes new members

Will Beasley, Head Editor

October 19, 2015

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This year, Broughton National Honor Society welcomed 53 new inductees to their chapter. The NHS inductions took place on October 15 at 7:00 in the Dianne Payne auditorium.   Senior inductees are: ...

A fine affair

A fine affair

Reagan Curtis, Reporter

October 19, 2015

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 It’s that time of year again and students are excited. The air is getting cooler, the leaves are changing, the stores are (prematurely) stocking up on Christmas goods. Everyone knows what that means ...

Reality of Money

Reality of Money

October 1, 2015

  More than 200 students learned how fast money can disappear from one's bank account in a spending simulation activity on Wednesday, September 30, in the small gym. In partnership with the...

Theater goes down the rabbit hole

Theater goes down the rabbit hole

September 25, 2015

   Follow Broughton’s theater department down the rabbit hole as they perform Alice in Wonderland on October 8 through 10 at 7 p.m. in the Diane Payne auditorium. Tickets will be $5.   This year marks ...

International Festival

International Festival

April 16, 2015

    The International Festival took place on April 15th in Broughton's Cafeteria. The event featured displays, food booths, entertainment, and a silent auction to raise money for Stop Hung...

Spring break make-up days cause controversy

Ella Webster, Reporter

March 10, 2015

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On Saturday, March 7, 2015, Wake County Public School System announced that three of the eight school days missed for school will be made up on March 23, 24, and 25, the first three days of Spring Break. This announcement came after WCPSS previously released a message that these days would be made up on Good Friday, a Saturday in April, and a Saturday in May. Following this announcement, many students, parents, and teachers...

Former CTE teacher arrested

Evan Atkinson, News Editor

March 5, 2015

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Former CTE teacher Ronald Chewning was arrested February 6 on charges of felony sexual offense with a student and held on a $50,000 bail. Chewning was a first year teacher and taught graphics, drafting, and design classes as well as the advisor of the chess club. He was among the younger members of the faculty at 25-years-old and he was known for having a more relaxed teaching style, often guiding his les...

Brain Game team dominates competition

Jack Nickens, Reporter

March 5, 2015

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The Brain Game team has been on a roll and will play in the final competition on WRAL on March 14. Team members Cate Rivers, Giuseppe Guarino and Anvita Panajkar won a play- off competition, defeting Panther Creek and the North Carolina School of Science and Math of Durham. This has propelled the team into the final six in the WRAL playoff. The questions asked in the competition hosted by Mark Roberts i...

Course changes affect next school year

Ford Hester, Reporter

March 5, 2015

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Course registration for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors opened Monday and continues until March 6. Students will have more choices than usual. In addition, there are several changes ranging from how often you take a class to how much some of them will weigh into your GPA. The first change includes a plethora of new electives that will be offered to students because of Broughton’s new status as a gl...

Stop hunger event quickly approaching

Jack Krueger, Sports Editor

March 5, 2015

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This year’s Stop Hunger Now event will be held Friday, March, 6, an early release day. The goal is once again to package 100,000 meals but this year the price has increased, meaning students need to raise $29,000. Students were initially scared of the increase in price. However, this year, students from Cary High School decided to do their own Stop Hunger Now packaging event. They will also package 100,000 me...

Chapel Hill shooting shocks community

Chapel Hill shooting shocks community

February 23, 2015

Broughton graduate Deah Barakat was killed on Tuesday, February 10th. Barakat was gunned down in Chapel Hill along with his wife, Yusor Mohammad, and his wife’s sister, Razan Mohammad Abu-Salha. The alleged sh...

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