GCHS 2016 Senior Favorites

May 4, 2016

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The list of senior favorites will be published on May 20th, 2016

Cultural appropriation takes center stage

Ksenia Gorinshteyn, Entertainment Editor

October 8, 2015

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Instagram and other social media outlets have been bombarded in recent years with photos of festival-goers wearing bindis, painting themselves with henna tattoos and adopting “boho” looks. However, the cultural trademarks... Read more »

Alumni: changes at GCHS are for the better

Taylor O'Neill, Sports Editor

May 19, 2015

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GCHS has evolved in the sense of the relationship the school has with the students. Now, students are able to use  technology to their benefit, have great relationships with their teachers and even express themselves freely through... Read more »

As seniors graduate, leadership passes on

Anna Jensen, Opinion Editor

May 18, 2015

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Being a leader requires someone to be bigger than themselves. When choosing leaders for clubs, athletics and activities, sponsors usually allow students to vote for their leaders, following a democratic format. “We give every... Read more »

Book gives insight to dangers of concussions at early age

Anna Jensen, Opinion Editor

May 18, 2015

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The inspiring and educational novel “Unintended Impact: One Athlete’s Journey from Concussions in Amateur Football to CTE Dementia” was published on May 1; the book delves into the life of Dick Proebstle and his tragic story... Read more »

“Feminist”: the meaning behind the word

Erika Miessner and Olivia Miller

May 18, 2015

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“I am a feminist.” It’s a relatively simple phrase, but one that always seems to hold so much baggage. It can make or break first dates, spark heated arguments and completely color how someone views another person. Merriam-Webster... Read more »

Role models offer guidance for students

Marissa Payne, Coppyeditor

May 14, 2015

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As kids grow up, they find admirable qualities in athletes, musicians and sometimes people as seemingly ordinary as their own parents. No matter who inspires kids, there is often someone who serves as the driving force behind... Read more »

Seniors continue with recent tradition: the story behind the final days of high school

Anna Jensen and Olivia Miller

May 14, 2015

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ABC senior countdown begins for 2014-2015 school year Anna Jensen The ABC countdown as well as the senior prank have been off to a slow start this year. Senior Britton de la Chapelle made a Facebook page for the ABC countdow... Read more »

Teachers shed light into life as teacher

Olivia Miller, Coppyeditor

May 14, 2015

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Teachers often dedicate many unseen hours every week grading and preparing for lessons. However, many students do not know the daily schedule of a teacher. English teacher Victoria Lobb explained her normal daily routine and... Read more »

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