PSAT: What’s it for if it doesn’t count for admissions?
What is the PSAT?
The Preliminary SAT that tests, math (very minimally up to Algebra 2), critical reading, vocabulary, and grammar. The test is 2 hours and 10 minutes long.
Why is the PSAT important?
The PSAT is a way of gaging how you will do on the SAT. It is mere practice and… Continue reading
Hello! Welcome to the beginning of the Bay Eagle’s new segment K-Pop Korner! Here we will be informing you of what is new in the K-pop world, reviewing K-pop songs and albums, and maybe have occasional fan girling over K-pop guys here and there.
First of all, if you don’t know what k-pop is, it is Korean pop music. K-pop doesn’t necessarily encompass just the pop genre… Continue reading
by Christine Lim and Mona Narumi, Staff Writers
The Short Side of Being Short
There are definitely some disadvantages of having a phenotype of short stature. Here are some examples:
1. It’s hard to see what’s written on the board when a person sitting in front of you is tall (and it doesn’t help when they decide to put their hair in a high bun).… Continue reading
by Brenda Leon, Cartoonist
Want to make an easy sweet treat that will definitely amaze your taste buds? Meet the chocolate peanut butter cup: the ultimate combination of sweet & creamy. Continue reading
by Salma Sudarmadji, Staff Writer
Finally, winter has arrived, but your wardrobe needs a little pick-me-up. Or maybe you need to keep your hands busy with something fun to do on cold, windy days. Even if these reasons don’t apply to you, the Bleached Out Tee DIY is for anyone to enjoy. The results will amaze you!
This DIY is quick and simple, and you will only… Continue reading
Senior Quarterback, Daniel Zeman, has come a long way. A road that has shaped who he is now and has bettered him for the future. He’s embraced the leadership, the priceless moments and the point of taking chances with no regrets. Continue reading