Bryce Foshee

About Bryce Foshee

Junior Bryce Foshee joined The Feather his freshman year with a crippling fear of starting conversations. Student journalism compelled him to interview over a hundred of his peers, teachers, community leaders, and industry professionals. Foshee hopes to continue to share meaningful stories which uniquely arise from high school experiences. The central story in Foshee’s life is his faith, which he strives to live out by 1 Peter 1: 22, “... Love one another deeply, from the heart.” Among many other interests, Foshee builds rockets from scratch, and hopes to encourage classmates to join him in reaching for the sky.

BLOG: Amateur Rocketry: chemistry

By |2020-05-17T20:11:31-07:00May 17th, 2020|Blogs, Student Interest|

Juniors explain the chemistry that makes rockets fly The Zed rocket use a solid-fueled motor. A few weeks ago, our Zed rocket lifted off the launch pad for the first time. At the heart of our homemade rocket is a homemade engine, which provides the thrust needed to make any rocket [...]

BLOG: Amateur rocket launch

By |2020-04-20T21:58:15-07:00April 16th, 2020|Blogs, Feature Blog, Top 5|

The Zed II mission was the second launch of the Zed rocket and the third flight test to date. The rocket is powered by an E-class equivalent sugar/potassium nitrate motor with 53 grams of propellant. While the motor functioned as hoped, the rocket suffered from serious aerodynamic instability. The launch occurred on April 7, 2020.

A look inside California’s electrical grid

By |2020-04-06T15:05:16-07:00April 3rd, 2020|Feature Podcast, Features, Home Feature 2|

The electrical grid powers cities, factories, transportation, houses, communications; nearly everything people rely on in daily life. Keeping this vital machine running is a delicate balancing act, which goes almost entirely unnoticed by the public.

How then shall I live: Setting a standard

By |2020-04-07T14:11:35-07:00February 26th, 2020|Column, Opinions|

Ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle once penned, “The search for truth is in one way hard and in another way easy, for it is evident that no one can master it fully or miss it wholly." The concept of truth is one of the oldest questions humans face and it retains every ounce of importance in today’s world. At the SJV Town Hall, Gen. John Kelly shared the far-reaching importance of truth. 

Discover Fresno exposes community to city needs, volunteer opportunities

By |2020-02-28T08:40:05-08:00February 26th, 2020|Features|

The City of Fresno suffers as one of the worst cities for poverty concentration in the nation. Of the 500,000 residents from around the globe that inhabit Fresno, 28.2 percent live under the national poverty line. Moved by the city’s statistics, organizations gather together to mobilize the community for action. The Well Community Church hosted Discover Fresno, a one-day event used to inform citizens about the needs of the city and volunteer opportunities for Fresno residents, Feb. 8. Over 250 guests attended the event which included ten breakout sessions and opportunities to engage with the session speakers.

Gen. John F. Kelly speaks at SJV Town Hall about drug epidemic, time in White House

By |2020-02-26T13:41:39-08:00January 26th, 2020|Community Events, Features|

General John F. Kelly, United States Marine Corps (retired) spoke at the latest SJV Town Hall, Jan. 16. Kelly shared from his experience of 45 years of military service and two years in the White House.

Adam Smith begins coaching boys soccer team midseason

By |2020-02-26T13:42:44-08:00January 13th, 2020|Athletics, Winter|

With only a few weeks before league play starts, the 8-3 boys soccer team learned who their new head coach would be: Adam Smith, Fresno's first-ever full-time professional coach. Smith steps into the high school world straight from coaching the now-defunct Fresno Football Club, a professional team in the USL.