The student news site of Maize Career Academy in Maize, Kansas.

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The student news site of Maize Career Academy in Maize, Kansas.

Fusion by OneMaize Media

The student news site of Maize Career Academy in Maize, Kansas.

Fusion by OneMaize Media

Bridget Johnson

Bridget Johnson, Reporter/Photographer

Senior (2023)

Years spent in publication:  6 semesters

Possible college to attend:  Kansas State University

Fun Fact:  I love reading

Favorite part about job:  Working with a team of people on a multimedia story and seeing what we can produce

Possible Future Major:  Biology and Business

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At Maize South, students are commonly called out for midriffs and shorts as they walk between classes, oversexualixing parts of their bodies for clothing they would wear comfortably outside of school. For just one dollar, Maize South students are offered to go against this dress code and pay to wear something that would normally be considered distracting for final Friday.

‘Dress down’ or dress code?

Bridget Johnson, Fusion reporter
November 17, 2022
Raising ADHD awareness

Raising ADHD awareness

Bridget Johnson, Fusion reporter
October 11, 2022
My body, my choice, is a phrase often used by pro-choice people. Abortions is a right for women protected by the Constitution. A woman should get the right to choose what to do with their body, no matter the viewpoint of others. (Illustration by Madalyn Rhoads)

An outside perspective

Bridget Johnson, Fusion Editor
May 24, 2022
Abortion rights are at stake leading up to the August ballot. A majority consensus of yes votes will allow Kansas abortions laws to become more strict. A majority of no votes will keep abortion legal in the state. (Illustration by Madalyn Rhoads)

A teen’s perspective

Bridget Johnson, Fusion Editor
May 24, 2022
Robotics student Keaton Stwalley (10) shows Lindsay King his work during a 1st Block class as he codes a robot to run more autonomously on Monday, April 19. Robotics is just one of the hands on classes at the MCA that King strives to make more available for students of both Maize High and Maize South.

Advocating For Career Opportunities

Bridget Johnson, Bullseye Reporter
April 20, 2021
Fabrizio Quiroz (11), swims his freestyle race while competing in the  butterfly stroke.  Quiroz finished 8th in the 500 freestyle on the day.

Gallery-OneMaize Boys Swim Meet-Saturday, Feb. 6

Bridget Johnson, Bullseye Staff Photographer
February 11, 2021
Juniors Brylea Schmidt and Ben Gorman focus on a CAD model for their robot to help with the design of their robot that they built. The team recently competed in Hesston this past Saturday and Hesston usually serves as the site for state robotics each spring.

[Photo] Motivated by Machines

Cevin Montgomery, Bullseye Repoter
February 9, 2021
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