The Bulldog Reporter

The Student News Site of Hopewell Valley Central High School

The Bulldog Reporter

The Bulldog Reporter

Why Should We Be Talking About Roe v. Wade

Why Should We Be Talking About Roe v. Wade

Kyra Malloy June 5, 2022

Why does the potential overturning of Roe v. Wade matter? To understand the full effects of this situation, let's start at the beginning. Roe v. Wade is the 1973 US Supreme Court case that set an iconic...

The Academic Culture of Hopewell Valley

The Academic Culture of Hopewell Valley

Sarah Gross June 2, 2022

In my three years of attendance at Hopewell Valley Central High School, I have been fed messages that insinuate the very mental health crisis that engulfs much of the current student body. Students at...

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The Multiversal Reviewer Presents: Synopsis On Everything Everywhere All At Once

Matteo Piccarillo June 2, 2022

Feature films revolving around infinite possibilities of infinite selves in a concept known as the “multiverse" have recently appeared, mainly in Marvel movies. Whether it is Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse...

What Hopewell is Wearing- Looking Back Edition

What Hopewell is Wearing- Looking Back Edition

Anna Suryanarayan May 22, 2022

As the colder days come to an end and warmer weather brings new fashion, let's look back at some of our favorite winter looks.

Students listen and take notes as Cindy I-Fen Cheng, associate professor of history at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, teaches during her History 161 - Asian American History lecture course in the Humanities Building on Feb. 21, 2017. Cheng is a recipient of a 2017 Distinguished Teaching Award. (Photo by Bryce Richter / UW-Madison)

Concentrated Studies Program at CHS

Vanessa Walrath May 22, 2022

Among the numerous opportunities for academic advancement at the high school, the Concentrated Studies Program, which gives students (typically juniors and seniors) independent reign over an investigative...

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The Don’ts of the “Don’t Say Gay” Bill

Vayun Tandon May 22, 2022

When has a state bill like Florida’s Parental Rights in Education Act ever sparked a national debate that caused this much discussion? Throughout the past few weeks of the controversy, the exact...

Unpacking the Diplomatic Boycott of the Olympics

Unpacking the Diplomatic Boycott of the Olympics

Kaitlyn Kuchinski February 24, 2022

The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics began on February 4th and ran through February 20th, but the games were marked by a unique political tension. For an average American, what has happened and what does it...

What Hopewells Wearing

What Hopewell’s Wearing

Sarah Gross February 23, 2022

After nearly a month of remote and hybrid learning, Hopewell is back and better dressed than ever! Over the past week, fashion has been at its prime within the hallways of HVCHS, with students wearing...

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Five Hopewell Valley Seniors Honored in National Art Exhibition

Carina Estrada February 23, 2022

Last month, 1,665 students submitted their artwork to the National Art Education Association (NAEA) as a part of their juried student exhibition for members of the National Art Honor Society (NAHS). Submissions...

Runner Paige Dumont Makes It On The Cross Country Record Board

Runner Paige Dumont Makes It On The Cross Country Record Board

Anna Suryanarayan February 4, 2022

Hopewell Valley’s Cross Country record board houses some of the greats. The board exhibits 5k times at two specific courses for, Holmdel and Thomas Park, for the school’s top five female and male athletes....

The Six Letter Word That Has Taken The World By Storm

The Six Letter Word That Has Taken The World By Storm

Anna Suryanarayan February 4, 2022

One word, five letters, two vowels, three consonants, what could it possibly be? One possibility has risen above all the rest: Wordle. According to the New York Times, Wordle was first created by software...

The Tattooist of Auschwitz - Book Review

The Tattooist of Auschwitz – Book Review

Lola Banta December 14, 2021

*Spoilers ahead* The Tattooist of Auschwitz, by Heather Morris, is a beautifully tragic novel based on a true story. Lale Sokolov was a Slovakian Jew who spent more than two and a half years in concentration...

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