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Covid on the court

Covid on the court

Abby Hughes, Columnist April 12, 2021

Playing sports during the pandemic is definitely more challenging than before. This includes one of my favorite sports, basketball. I’ve been playing basketball since I was in the second grade. It has...

Embracing Community Arts

Embracing Community Arts

Coley Hatt, Columnist September 28, 2020

Nobel Peace Prize winner Kofi Annan once said “Literacy unlocks the door to learning throughout life”. Rebecca Hatt, a Sophomore at Biddeford High School has taken those words to heart. Previously...

So What's Going On in the Election Nowadays, Anyway?

So What’s Going On in the Election Nowadays, Anyway?

Bartholomew Murphy, Columnist January 2, 2020

Nowadays, it is increasingly clear that judging by election turnouts and surveys, many people are woefully uninformed or apathetic as to what’s going on in politics (Besides putting Trump in a peach)....

Martin Grohman and Co. Visit B.H.S. 

Martin Grohman and Co. Visit B.H.S. 

Bartholomew Murphy December 9, 2019

    On Friday, December 6th, students from Mrs. Johnson’s Environmental Science class were met in Mr. Brasier’s room by former Maine congressional candidate and Executive Director of...

The Joker Gen X

The Joker Gen X

Bruce Brasier , Advisor December 5, 2019

  The Joker, directed by Todd Phillips and starring Joaqin Phoenix, is set in the late ’70s New York. From the opening shots the director of photography, Lawrence Sher, recreates the look of...

The Joker Gen Z

The Joker Gen Z

Rylie Pleau December 5, 2019

  The Joker, directed by Todd Phillips and starring Joaqin Phoenix, was a remarkable movie. Not only did this movie interest me from the very beginning, it kept me interested the entire time. The...

Welcome to The Roar Part 3

Welcome to The Roar Part 3

December 5, 2019

Welcome to the Roar edition 3 The new staff and the 3rd editor welcome you to the new edition of the award-winning paper. We will roll out new articles over the course of the coming weeks and hope to...

Photo by Heather Tremblay.

Jobs, schools and a social life?

Jacob Pinkham, Staff Writter June 7, 2019

Whether it’s landscaping, working maintenance or working fast food, students at Biddeford High School grind in and out of school. They work for many reasons, including money, satisfaction, and exercise....

Construction workers continue work on South Street the morning of May 13. Photo by Matthew Farley.

South Street construction continues to impact residents and BHS commuters

Matthew Farley, Staff Writer May 13, 2019

As the construction on South Street began in June 2018, many students and parents were frustrated with the traffic delays.   From flat tires to students being late for school, everyone was ecstatic...

Seniors Taylor Wildes (right) and Sam Mills (left) sign their commitment letters with their parents on April 24. GRACE LAVERRIERE/The Roar

Seniors sign college commitment letters to continue their athletics at the next level

Grace Laverriere, Senior Editor May 1, 2019

On Wednesday, April 24, two seniors signed commitment letters to play sports at the collegiate level. Seniors Taylor Wildes and Sam Mills attended a signing ceremony in the Little Theater to celebrate...

Seniors Addison Moore, Maggie Behen, and Madison Arnold attend the climate change rally in Portland on March 15. Submitted photo.

Biddeford Students March For Change

Alexis Thompson, Staff Member April 22, 2019

Portland, Maine - Three students from Biddeford High School joined with hundreds of other students to voice their views on the impacts of climate change on March 15. Students from across Maine joined...

Photo from 2003 BHS Yearbook

Marching band returns to BHS after funding cut in 2010

Jacob Pinkham, Staff Writer March 27, 2019

The marching band has been revived at Biddeford High School. This will be the first marching band in Biddeford in about 10 years. Biddeford’s marching band was once first place for States for five...

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