Climate Change Crisis Still Concerns Students

by Cadence Gutman, staff writer SEPTEMBER 2022 — The Federal government of the United States officially began to take an active role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions by passing the Inflation Reduction Act Aug. 16. Although there have been previous attempts to combat the rise in greenhouse gas emissions, none have ever been this aggressive. In its entirety, the…

Growing Bacteria at Bio-Med

by Randall Hatfield, staff writer SEPTEMBER 2022 — Sanitation and cleanliness has always been a topic of concern in schools. Throughout the pandemic, Bio-Med encouraged students and staff to partake in sanitization measures like desk-wiping, but how effective and consistent are these measures, and are any surfaces within the school being neglected? The Hive conducted an experiment throughout the Bio-Med…

Monkeypox Madness: Is There Another Pandemic on The Rise?

by Alexandra Levy, staff writer SEPTEMBER 2022 — Monkeypox infection rates are rising, according to the Ohio Department of Health, and many Bio-Med students wonder how the virus will impact their educational experience during the school year. The Center of Disease Control (CDC) explained that monkeypox is currently known to spread through direct skin-to-skin contact with…