The Blackman Voice

Devin Lampitt: Blackman Voice Alumnnus

Devin Lampitt: Blackman Voice Alumnnus

Kayla Donaldson, Reporter

March 20, 2019

Behind the scenes of her studies, she hosts her own radio show: The Basement, which airs every Wednesday from 2-3 p.m. on 88.3FM WMTS Murfreesboro at MTSU. Devin Lampitt is a Blackman High graduate who now attends MTSU, majoring in Journalism.  Lampitt started out last semester as an intern and ...

Changes with TNReady: Is it For The Better?

Changes with TNReady: Is it For The Better?

Katelyn Morrow

November 28, 2018

As many already know, TNReady testing didn’t go as planned last year. Our principal, Dr. Justus, explains what went wrong with testing, but what also went right.   “We had multiple technical issues with the online testing to the point where the integrity of the testing situation was not good, ther...

Lunch Ladies: The Unsung Heroes of Blackman

She's cooking the food for the lunch today during second period.

Maddy Williams and Kayla Donaldson

November 19, 2018

You wouldn’t believe how much effort goes into the food in our cafeteria. The lunch ladies put forth immense effort in order to serve students each and every day. Their preparation is an all-day event, and their actions do not go unnoticed. They spend their time preparing food, setting up all the drinks...

Miss BHS Pageant 2018

Congratulations to the girls who placed at the pageant: Ainsley, Kylie, Gascony, and Iranessa who is Miss BHS 2018!

Maddy Williams, Reporter

October 30, 2018

The Miss BHS Pageant was held Friday, October 19th at 6pm. Ainsley King, Kylie Harkins, and Jasceny Mason placed in this pageant, and Iranessa Spencer was crowned as Miss BHS 2018.

What Is The PSAT and Why Should I Take It?

What Is The PSAT and Why Should I Take It?

Mia Isom, Reporter

October 18, 2018

What Is The PSAT and Why Should I Take It?  The PSAT is a mock test designed to help students prepare for the SAT and the ACT.  It tests students on their reading, writing, and math skills.   It is designed with a specific scoring range, the PSAT composite score begins at 320-1520. On the indivi...

Esther Rosenfeld Starobin: A Firsthand Account of A Holocaust Survivor

Blackman High School had a great opportunity to have a Holocaust survivor, Esther (then Rosenfeld) Starobin, speak to their students about the journey through her life.

Danielle Paredes, Morgan Tincher, Reporters

May 3, 2018

"I had to know I didn’t come from a black hole.” Those were the words of Esther (Rosenfeld) Starobin as she sat in front of an audience at Blackman High School.   It clearly wasn’t the first time she had told her story.  Esther and her husband journeyed back to the home she has n...

Peter Cooper: An Insight to An Award-Winning Journalist

Peter Cooper: An Insight to An Award-Winning Journalist

Danielle Paredes, Reporter

April 16, 2018

Peter Cooper is a Grammy-nominated record producer, award-winning journalist, and educator at Vanderbilt University. He also serves as a museum editor at the Country Music Hall of Fame. He is a veteran to the journalism scene and has written about many musicians.  Brian Seadorf, Blackman Librarian, hosts the "A Conversation With..." speaker series and provided several questions t...

A Real-life Opportunity for Seniors

This is an event open to any senior wishing to participate

Danielle Paredes, Reporter

April 6, 2018

Being a senior means being a step closer to becoming an adult. Graduating from high school is a transition from one point in your life to another. Getting yourself out there and involved is a way to get a foot up in this society and form connections with others. That's why Rutherford Works has put together...

SEYA Book Festival Coming to Tennessee

SEYA Book Festival Coming to Tennessee

Danielle Paredes, Reporter

March 5, 2018

  The SEYA Book Festival is on its way with renowned authors ready to interact with fans of young adult literature. The festival begins March 8-10 and is located on the MTSU campus at 1301 East Main St. Murfreesboro, Tennessee. March 8-9 is only available to students who have receive...