Orange Snow Falls in Eastern Europe

Claire S., Writer

March 30, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life

If you lived in Eastern Europe, on Friday, when you looked out the window you would have seen a thick blanket of orange snow covering your yard. You may think twice about what you see, but it is there.   This layer...

Houses Burn Down in Grosse Pointe City

Sophia F., Editor

March 30, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life

On the 500 block of Washington Rd., in Grosse Pointe City, a fire broke out causing three houses to come down in flames. The fire started during the night time on Monday, March 25th, 2018. Homeowners near the homes said that the ho...

Brownell Students Take a New Stance on Gun Violence

Sophia F., Editor

March 23, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life

Students at Brownell are starting to take a new stance in gun violence. After the school shooting at Majority Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, gun violence has been taken on by high schoolers and middle schoolers all around...

‘Hen’ Robot Adopts a Flock of Chicks

Claire S., Writer

March 23, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life, Technology

A robot called PoulBot is nothing like a hen. It's a white, cylinder that definitely doesn't make hen sounds, but the baby chicks still follows it like it is their mother. Scientists say they did this so study how complex anima...

Hunting: Is it Good, or Bad?

March 21, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life, Sports

Hunting, is it good or bad for the environment? It may sound bad, killing innocent animals for a sport. But in reality it is very, very good for the environment, and the economy. One of the many ways it is good for the environ...

Dexterous Robot Can Now Open Doors

Claire S., Writer

March 21, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life, Technology

Boston Dynamic’s “dog” is so dextarious that it can now open doors. This robot was introduced last year, and recently upgraded him so he can open doors and hold it open for its robot friend. It can also crush cans and pick...

Basketball

Ethan B., Writer

March 21, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life, Sports

Basketball is a game of luck, skills and awareness. Basketball is a favorite pastime for many people all over the countrie. You can play lighting, 1.v.1, or just a friendly game of pig or horse. Basketball is also a very good ...

New Mind-Reading Al Can Actually Read Minds

Claire S., Writer

March 21, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life, Technology

Before, only superheros can read minds. But now, a new technology just came out of Japan, and it can read minds. It can give a written response of what you are thinking of. To create the responses, the AI is given a fMRI brain scan image...

Canadian Women’s Ice Hockey Player takes off Medal During Ceremony

Sophia F., Editor

February 27, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life, Sports

Winning a medal at the Olympics is a big deal, to say the least. I mean, many of us just dream about being up on that podium, getting that glorious piece of gold, silver, or bronze being hung around our necks. But, for Canadian Wo...

Ice Fishing Spots And Lures

Ethan B., Writer

February 27, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life, Sports

Ice fishing, the cold weather sport. Waking up at the crack of dawn, trudging out onto the cold, thick ice. You notice the peace and quiet, no birds sing, no sticks crack, the ice doesn't creak under your feet. Then you start...

Scientists Create Holograms Similar to the Ones in ‘Star Wars’

Claire S., Writer

February 27, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life

This new study scientists have learned how to manipulate tiny particles in the air to display holographic images. So far, they have only been able to make a butterfly fencing above a finger as well as a graduate student imitating...

Chloe Kim Brings Gold for the U.S.

Sophia F., Editor

February 13, 2018

Filed under Bronco Life, Sports

Imagine being 17-year-olds, and going to the Olympics. Well, that’s now the reality for snowboarder Chloe Kim. The 17-year old is a true role model for many, as she is now better than most of the snowboarders that have been...

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