New industrial technology teacher Terry Reichert came to Bexley from Northridge High School at the beginning of second semester.
“I’ve taught at good schools and I’ve taught at bad schools,” Reichert said. “Bexley has a very good reputation.” Continue reading
Were the NCAA’s disciplinary actions against Ohio State’s football program appropriate?
PRO – Football team receives justifiable punishments
One of the biggest sports stories this past winter break, especially here in Ohio, was the news of the NCAA imposing sanctions on The Ohio State University football team: one year of no postseason play and almost a dozen scholarships taken away. It’s a heavy punishment for a program that has been at the top of the standings for nearly a decade.
Although it pains me as a lifelong Buckeye fan to say it, these sanctions are more than fair for what has gone on in the past couple years. Continue reading
Con – NCAA’s sanctions penalize innocent football players
Unable to curb your craving, you grab a cookie from the jar, disregarding your mother’s rule. Your mother walks into the kitchen to see your hand halfway into the jar. How does she react? By scolding you, running to your brother and grounding him for a week.
This seems illogical, and yet this is how the NCAA handled the situation at Ohio State. The NCAA came down on Ohio State for the memorabilia-selling scandal with a one-year bowl ban, the loss of several scholarships, three years of probation and a show-cause penalty enacted on former head coach Jim Tressel. The sanctions the NCAA handed down to Ohio State weren’t appropriate. Continue reading
Some people’s idea of hardship is skipping a cruise, while others must go so far as skipping a meal. Either way, some Bexley students find the recession affecting the nation has made a noticeable impact on their lifestyles. Continue reading
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