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The Student News Site of McCallum High School

The Shield Online

The Student News Site of McCallum High School

The Shield Online

Josie Bradsby

Josie Bradsby, staff reporter

Josie Bradsby is a senior at McCallum and a third-year newspaper staff member of the Shield.  She loves English and writing, especially for the opinion and review section of the newspaper. In her spare time, Bradsby enjoys creating artwork and drawing. Bradsby views art as an oasis away from school. She is also a returning member of McCallum’s pal program.


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Astrology may boil down to generalizations, but the guide of the night sky provides truths to the fans who look for it.

[Photo] Worse than a Mercury retrograde

Francie Wilhelm, co-news editor & co-online managing editor
January 19, 2023
With Game of Thrones’ unsatisfying and disastrous ending, the only direction for future installments is up and House of the Dragon does not disappoint. In a way, you could say that its Game of Throne’s saving grace. It quickly became the single most-watched series premiere in HBO and HBO Max history, debuting with nearly 10 million viewers.  

[Photo] ‘House of the Dragon’ revives ruined franchise

Eliza Jensen, co-a&e and co-online-managing-editor
November 2, 2022
Theater director Bonnie Brookby poses for a photo. After years of experience leading middle and high school theater programs, Brookby is proud to direct the actors and tech crews of McCallum.

[Photo] Bonnie Brookby

Naomi Di-Capua, co-sports editor
September 2, 2022
Romantic love is often put on a pedestal above all other types of love, but love is love and should all be valued the same. In this same logic, Valentine’s Day is not exclusively romantic and even if youre single, can and should be enjoyed. 

In defense of Valentine’s Day

Josie Bradsby, opinion editor
February 14, 2022
Senior Gabby Sherwood displays her art at the McCallum Art Fair. The event took place on Dec. 7 and 8, and was a chance for both student and professional artists to sell their work. “It was my first time participating in the fair of the art,” Gabby said. “My favorite part was getting to see all of the other artists at their booths with their art.” Photo by Josie Bradsby.

[Photo] Sherwood a Bear to watch

Bella Russo, visuals editor
April 8, 2020

In Austin, ‘Tonight Show’ is a three-Knight show

Josie Bradsby, McCallum photojournalism
December 13, 2019
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