BradenBell

Braden Bell

About Braden Bell

From selling papers to benefit the local children’s hospital to interviewing global leaders like Luis Palau, Braden Bell, ‘20, has established a confidence and professionalism on The Feather Online as he enters his third year on the team. After improving his skills as a journalist he now looks to gain confidence in video making and camera skills. Aside from The Feather Bell is a member of student leadership, Brother to Brother, a mentoring program, CSF and plays multiple school sports. Upon finishing high school, he hopes to own his own company, studying at Fresno State in the field of company administration with a focus on construction. His interest in design and architecture formed over a period of many years while working with his family on various projects around the house.

COLUMN: Student Body President encourages community to find joy, preserve

By |2020-03-27T18:07:05-07:00March 27th, 2020|Column, Opinions, Top 5|

The finish line is in sight for many and the countdown to graduation continues for seniors. With less than three months of school left, a feeling of dreariness and boredom sets in. I would like to encourage everyone to continue working their hardest and push through the monotony.

COLUMN: Seniors travel to Israel for a new perspective on scripture

By |2020-02-26T13:40:51-08:00January 31st, 2020|Column, Opinions|

As part of a Bible study tour around the Holy Land, a group of fifteen; including three families, were lead by, Ronen Ben Moshe, an Israeli citizen and tour guide for GTI Study Tours. Lasting for a duration of ten days, the group was able to walk where Jesus walked, discovering numerous biblical sights each day.

COLUMN: Student body president shares importance of living a purposeful life

By |2020-03-02T09:31:43-08:00November 13th, 2019|Column, Opinions|

Students have the ability to impact their campus, community and country. Over the past year, the world has watched as young activists take charge and address nationwide issues such as climate change, gun control and free speech.