February 2014

In this issue:

  • New school district leader comes back to his roots
  • By Tara Stacy, Page 4
  • Not yet 18 but we are still clubbing harder then ever
  • By Emily Hurlbutt, Page 4
  • Students should seek practical majors for rewarding jobs
  • By Buccaneer Bulletin Staff, Page 5
  • Don’t be chicken, purchase some farm fresh eggs
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 6
  • Harsh verbal discipline can be counterproductive
  • By Lisa Kanbur, Page 6
  • City or country, is one better than the other?
  • By Dylan Kimball, Page 7
  • Common Core requires that elementary school students hit the books at an earlier age
  • By Elizabeth Sincavage, Page 7
  • Cures for February Break Boredom
  • By Katelyn Clary & Emily Hurlbutt, Pages 8 & 9
  • Meet this backflipping robotics loving senior
  • By Drazen Schrecengost, Page 10
  • Is Valentine’s Day for lovers or a money making scheme?
  • By Rachael Purtell & Victoria Armett, Page 11
  • Future illustrator is award winning high school artist
  • By Elizabeth Sincavage, Page 12
  • The world needs people who read and write well
  • By Laurelann Easton, Page 13
  • Vital contributions of volunteer assistant coaches
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 14
  • Cuomo opens fire on gun owners
  • By Alex Borland, Page 15
  • Buc Sports Flashback
  • By Victoria Armett, Page 15
  • Athletes of the Month
  • By Isabella Winklestine, Page 16

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December 2013

In this issue:

  • Prezi provides innovative canvas for student projects
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 4
  • A move to Los Angeles leads to a career as a comedian
  • By Emily Hurlbutt, Page 4
  • Students should seek practical majors for rewarding jobs
  • By Drazen Schrecengost, Page 5
  • High school classes convert to online offerings
  • By Tara Stacy, Pages 5 & 6
  • Paper books are disappearing in favor of technology
  • By Laurelann Easton, Page 6
  • Should high school students be able to use their cell phones in school?-
  • By Jordan Oatman & Elizabeth Sincavage, Page 7
  • What is on your Christmas list this year?
  • By Patrick Baer and Katelyn Clary, Pages 8 & 9
  • Freshman Camden Proud youngest driver at Oswego Speedway
  • By Patrick Baer, Page 10
  • Home schooler takes to the stage in numerous productions
  • By Jordan Oatman, Page 11
  • The Hunger Games sequel does not disappoint fans
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 12
  • The far reaching influence of Walt Disney Productions
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 12
  • The Real Slim Shady makes a stand with new album
  • By Patrick Baer, Page 13
  • Country Entertainer plays to a packed house in Syracuse
  • By Alex Borland, Page 13
  • Bowling requires athletic ability and coordination
  • By Dylan Kimball, Page 14
  • Surprising injuries in physical education classes
  • By Dylan Kimball, Page 14
  • Sports brain trauma is serious business
  • By Alex Borland, Page 15
  • Buc Sports Flashback
  • By Victoria Armet, Page 15
  • Athletes of the Month

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November 2013

In this issue:

  • What do you know about the Common Core?
  • By Elizabeth Sincavage, Page 4
  • Special week promotes student unity and acceptance
  • By Laurelann Easton, Page 4
  • Numerous studies show that most high school students would benefit from a later start time
  • By Drazen Schrecengost, Page 5
  • Students need classes relevant to our lives
  • By Patrick Baer, Page 5
  • Sights, scents and shopping await you
  • By Jordan Oatman, Page 6
  • Should high school students have open campus lunch?
  • By Rachael Purtell & Jordan Oatman, Page 7
  • Marching Buccaneers
  • By Buccaneer Bulletin Staff, Pages 8 & 9
  • Zombies, wolves, and Halloween attract this student
  • By Victoria Armet, Page 10
  • E pop dance debuts in Oswego thanks to Italian visitor
  • By Patrick Baer, Page 11
  • Heyyyy read about an annoying but popular vocal trend
  • By Patrick Baer, Page 12
  • The far reaching influence of Walt Disney Productions
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 12
  • Record breaking audience for season debut
  • By Drazen Schrecengost, Page 13
  • Borden took an axe and gave her mother forty whacks
  • By Tara Stacy, Page 13
  • Girls’ volleyball team defeats Fulton in three sets for the title
  • By Buccaneer Bulletin Staff, Page 14
  • Boys’ volleyball team sinks Baldwinsville in three sets for the title
  • By Buccaneer Bulletin Staff, Page 14
  • Hard work yields great broadcasts
  • By Alex Borland, Page 15
  • Buc Sports Flashback
  • By Dylan Kimball, Page 15
  • Athletes of the Month
  • By Isabella Winklestine

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October 2013

In this issue:

  • New Shineman building highlights green technology
  • By Tara Stacy, Page 4
  • 2005 alum returns to help mold our minds
  • By Tara Stacy, Page 5
  • Let’s start clubbing and here is how we do it
  • By Buccaneer Bulletin Staff, Page 6
  • Get your groove on by jumping in the action
  • By Buccaneer Bulletin Staff, Page 7
  • Former Hannah Montana loses her Nashville ways 
  • By Patrick Baer, Page 7
  • 2013 Homecoming Festivities
  • By Buccaneer Bulletin Staff, Pages 8 & 9
  • Should parents use their children as a designated driver?
  • By Rachael Purtell & Jordan Oatman, Page 10
  • Freshman survives first day nerves and moves forward
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 11
  • Oswego County restaurants kill two birds with one scone
  • By Patrick Baer, Page 12
  • OHS alumnus Tom Ciappa reflects on his high school
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 12
  • Kara Weiss juggles many talents as well as artistic ability
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 13
  • Fun festival raises money for YMCA kids program
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 14
  • Girls time of 1:54.41 leads Section III
  • By Isabella Winklestine, Page 15
  • Buc Sports Flashback
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 15
  • Athletes of the Month
  • By Jordan Oatman & Tara Stacy

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June 2013

In this issue:

  • Senior Pranks: Sometimes Good, Bad and Ugly
  • By Catherine Wells and Patrick Baer, Page 4
  • Student Success in Life is A Key Goal in During Crist’s Tenure
  • By Tara Stacy, Page 5
  • Mock DWI Event
  • By Jordan Oatman, Pages 8 and 9
  • Salutatorian Follows in the Footsteps of Her Brother and Sister
  • By Catherine Wells, Page 8
  • Senior Made His Debut as Student Director For Play On!
  • By Jordan Oatman, Page 9
  • Creativity and Spiked Hair Define Cheyenne Tunaley
  • By Chloe Martin, Page 9
  • Somehow, Some Way a School Paper Reaches Students
  • By Chloe Martin, Page 10
  •  SU Could Be 2013-2014 National Champion
  • By Nick Czerow, Page 11
  • 2012-13 Nominations by Coaches for Senior Athletic Awards
  • By Jordan Oatman, Page 12

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May 2013

In this issue:

  • A Child In Ecuador Benefits From Bishop’s Generosity
  • By Tara Stacy, Page 4
  • Alumnus Zack Falls is A Modern Day “Mad Scientist”
  • By Chloe Martin, Page 5
  • America is In Mourning After the Tragic Boston Marathon
  • By Chloe Martin, Page 6
  • Port City Educational Foundation Seeks to Help Students
  • By Patrick Baer, Page 6
  • Oswego Native Becomes a Shining Star in the Big Apple
  • By Taylor Falls, Pages 7
  • Is Prom Worth All the Money People Spend?
  • By Chloe Martin, Page 8
  • The Green Myle Shows Us that Acoustic Music is In
  • By Sage Dudley, Page 10
  •  Tapping His Way Through School is Junior Evan Davis
  • By Gabrielle Sacco, Page 11
  • Take a Lesson and Work on Getting Your Grammar Right
  • By Jordan Oatman, Page 12
  • Talented Group Acoustic Surrender Loves an Audience
  • By Jordan Oatman, Page 13
  • Wallace Makes Her Way to the Taj Mahal
  • By Jordan Oatman, Page 13
  • NFL Draft
  • By Nick Czerow, Page 14
  • Buccaneer Sports Flashback
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 15
  • Cinderella Tournament 2013
  • By Nick Czerow, Page 15
  • Athletes of the Month
  • By Morgan Cook and Rachael Purtell

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March 2013

In this issue:

  • Education Reforms May Include Longer School Day/Year
  • By Kellie Gorman, Page 4
  • Redheads Always Seem More Prevalent In March
  • By Catherine Wells, Page 5
  • French Student Adele Castelain Reminisces About the U.S.
  • By Buccaneer Bulletin Staff, Page 5
  • Fundraiser Continues to Bring in Large Donations
  • By Madison Rhoades, Page 7
  • You Make Me Want to Roll Down My Windows and Cruise: OHS Style
  • By Buccaneer Bulletin Staff, Pages 8 and 9
  • Emily Henderson Values Her Artistic Abilites
  • By Gabrielle Sacco, Page 10
  • Will Newspapers Soon Be a Thing of the Past?
  • By Taylor Falls and Chloe Martin, Page 11
  •  Artist’s of the Month’s Music Takes Him All the Way to Texas
  • By Madison Rhoades, Page 12
  • Success Continues For the OHS Boys Bowling Team
  • By Morgan Cook, Page 12
  • Wicked: The Untold Story of the Witches of Oz
  • By Catherine Wells, Page 13
  • Former OHS Student Becomes a Teacher and Coach
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 14
  • Is an Imaginary Bubble Enough Protection From Serious Injury?
  • By Kellie Gorman, Page 15
  • Buccaneer Sports Flashback
  • By Rachael Purtell, Page 15
  • Athletes Of the Month
  • By Rachael Purtell and Morgan Cook

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The Buccaneer Bulletin, a member of the Empire State School Press Association, and The Quill and Scroll, is published periodically by the students of the Oswego High School, 2 Buccaneer Blvd.; Oswego, New York 13126; (315) 341-2200. It is intended as a vehicle to inform, educate, and entertain the student body. Printing services are provided by The Palladium-Times. Opinions expressed are those of the students and do not necessarily reflect those of the administration or the advisers.

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