BHM Features Uncategorized

BHM Op-Ed: Amanda Gorman

If you are not aware of the name Amanda Gorman by now, you will be soon. Gorman is a 22-year-old up-and-coming political activist and poet that performed at President Joe Biden’s inauguration this last January and at Super Bowl LV earlier this month. On top of those two outstanding achievements, she has performed her poetry […]

Everybody Has A Story Uncategorized

Everybody Has A Story: Rose Hinchliff

Camas High School Junior Rose Hinchliff joined journalism because she has always had a strong passion for writing. She has always liked English and found that journalism was a great opportunity to better her writing. This year is her first time taking journalism and she has enjoyed it so far. Hinchliff said, “Ever since I […]

A&E School Uncategorized

Poetry Instruction: Benefit or Bother?

Poetry creates a variety of emotions and messages through words and can be comprehended in millions of ways. But are those emotions, messages, and perspectives beneficial to students? Whether students know it or not, they are involved this year in a study about whether poetry instruction is beneficial. The Social Policy Research Associates (SPR) is an […]

School Student Arts

Ways to Memorize Your Poem

Being able to memorize things is a good skill to have in life, but not everyone has that skill.  For poetry out loud, students are required to memorize a poem and perform it to their class.  Here are some ways to make memorizing your poem easier…good luck! Highlight words that you keep forgetting and really […]