The BASD Echo

Vol. 82, Issue 9 - Feb. 10, 2020

News

Meet Dr. Dee from IUP . . .
Seniors Nicholas Palombo, Bailey O’Leary, Evan Linkimer, Cindy Liu; juniors Zane Kelley, Emily Anderson; sophomores Rebecca Mizer, Shannon Witkouski, and Krystof Purtell participated in the PMEA District Orchestra Festival January 29-31. Read More...
With some pep for good measure . . .
After a false start with CHK, students finally got a chance to show their talents at the talent show. That is what it’s for, right? Read More...
But so many jesters . . .
Look out, Miss America. You’ve got some competition. Read More...

Sports

Boys basketball bows out . . .
The basketball season is coming to an end for the boys’ team . . . and it may be a mixed blessing. This season has been challenging for these Cats. Read More...
Bobcats secure playoff spot
It’s a lock—our lady Bobcats have secured a playoff spot. The team finished their regular season strong. Read More...
Oh no!
In the past two weeks, both swim teams faced bitter defeat against two of the best teams they have faced all year. Read More...
States in their sights . . .
Aim! Fire! Read More...
Never. Give. Up.
Yes, Beaver Area Bobcat hockey is still working on clinching their second win before the season comes to an end . . . but they are determined to notch that ‘W’ and send the doubters packing. Read More...

Features

Eilish awards?
The world’s most dominating musicians gathered January 26 for the world’s most boring award show—The Grammys. If you, like I, neglected to watch anything besides Ariana Grande’s incredible performance, I’m here to give you the rundown on who won what. Read More...
China?!? Seriously?!?
Does anyone actually read the ECHO? Read More...

Opinion

Here’s the story...
In early January, an outbreak of a new virus was reported in Wuhan, China. The virus was identified as a strain of the Coronavirus and named 2019-nCoV. Coronavirus is a common form of virus (similar to SARS) often seen among various animal species. However, it is uncommon for the virus to be contracted by humans and only two strains have been reported to do so prior to the 2019-nCoV outbreak. Read More...