The Hi-Times

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February 13, 2018

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  The Hi-Times is looking for new staff members for the upcoming 2018-2019 school year. Applications can be found outside of room 1310 and are due to Mrs. Winzeler by Thursday, February 15.   Being on the staff is a great way for students to expand their writing skills or improve them. Prior experience isn’t necessary, and all rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors are welcome to apply.   “The Hi-Times rea...

Play 4 Kay

Jackson Pace, Reporter

January 22, 2018

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   On Tuesday, January 30, the Women’s basketball team will be playing in a Play4Kay game against Leesville high school at five o’clock in the Holliday gym. The game has been designated a pink out and all of the profits from the t-shirt sales, wristbands, and donations will go to the Kay Yow Cancer Fund.   The Play4Kay foundation was founded in 2007 and is dedicated to Kay Yow, the former women’s basketball c...

Short story contest now open to submissions

Binita Thapa, Co-Editor

January 8, 2018

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The Trey Cheek Memorial Short Story Writing Contest is open to all Broughton seniors. Students may enter one short story that is 3,000 words or less, and submit it with the required entry form electronically through www.TreyCheek.com . The separate entry form can be found on the website. For students who are interested, the deadline is February 28, 2018. The winner will receive a $1,500 award and will also receive recogni...

Changing temperatures

Jackson Pace, Reporter

January 4, 2018

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   Many students are very excited about the winter weather, so that they can play in the snow and get to miss school. On January 2nd, Wake County Public Schools System issued a two hour delay and school started at 9:25 and on January 3rd, they issued a two hour early release and school ended at 12:18. Since students were still at school for the majority of the day, a make-up does not get scheduled. However on January 4th and Janu...

Stresses of the holidays

John Michael Curtis, Reporter

December 12, 2017

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   For many, the holidays are a time of giving and fun with family and friends. However, families also experience strain during this time of the year. Whether it’s a family argument, a financial struggle, or an overbooked schedule, many families agree that the holidays can bring up tensions, stress, and arguments.    61-68% of people felt fatigue and stress often or sometimes during the holidays, according to Greenb...

Welcome back, Ms. Lockwood!

Welcome back, Ms. Lockwood!

December 6, 2017

Former assistant principal Diane Lockwood returns to Broughton while current assistant principal Brenda Harrell recovers from surgery. "This is the best Christmas present ever," Lockwood said.

Update for Class of 2018

Camryn Darragh, Photo Editor

November 9, 2017

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   With one quarter under their belts, seniors have only three more until graduation. There’s still plenty to do, with lots of senior events and college deadlines quickly approaching.    The senior breakfast will take place on Tuesday, November 14 at 9 a.m. in the Holliday Gym. Students should plan to miss part of second period, an A day, for the breakfast. Senior T-shirts will be distributed at this time. The senio...

First quarter ends

First quarter ends

November 2, 2017

 Report cards will be handed out during a 10 minute CAPS Class this Friday. October 30 marked the end of first quarter and the finalization of grades. Second quarter officially began on November 1, the day af...

Tips for seniors

Binita Thapa, Co-Editor

October 11, 2017

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There are a mix of emotions as the Class of 2018 begins the new school year. A lot of students feel the excitement of getting accepted into colleges and finally graduating from high school. However, as senioritis hits, this can be a stressful and unorganized time for many students. One way to stay organized is to keep a notebook specifically for college planning. Write out a list of important to-do items and due dates in...

Favorite fast food places

Binita Thapa, Online Editor

March 27, 2017

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The bell rings and students rush out of their last class, keys in hand and starving. Where do they head? A lot of Broughton students enjoy eating at the many fast food places that Raleigh has to offer.   A popular choice for students is Chick-Fil-A, conveniently less than a minute away from the school, especially if you drive down the strip.   “I like Chick-Fil-A because their waffle fries are incredible. ...

2017 German Day

Binita Thapa, Online Editor

March 3, 2017

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Congratulations to all students that participated in German Day at Wake Forest University! On March 2, 14 North Carolinian schools and 500 students participated. Special recognition goes to: Myra Lewontin, who placed 1st on Verb Bee Anvita Panajkar who got Honorable Mention for Level 3 Poetry Am STurme, Annette von Droste-Huelshoff Avanti Panajkar who won the T-shirt design contest over 500 T-shirts Anna Yerxa...

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