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GCHS students struggle to parallel park

Kimberly Torres, Staffer

December 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

GCHS parking is out of control. Some students have their own parking spots or park at the two-dollar lot, but the problem comes with the parallel parking in the back of the school. “People like to park too close to me and ...

High school relationships affect grades

Kayla Flores, Staff Reporter

November 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Being in a relationship while in high school is common, but being in a relationship can affect some aspects of life both positively and negatively. According to students at GCHS, grades can be affected, but it all depends on the...

You should talk to that kid sitting alone

Alexan Larson, Staff Reporter

November 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

I want you to look next to you.  I know it’s a little weird, but do it.  Now, I want you to look around you. Do you actually know any of these people?  You might have a thought or two of, yeah I know him, that...

Students Annoyed By Hallway Jams

Adam Syed, Staff Reporter

November 25, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Students love to interact with one another. Students do this in GCHS  by making a large cluster of friends in the hallways. This surely does create a closeness of friends, but there is a downside. This gathering of friends in the hallways cr...

Rams Brings Awareness to LGBTQ

November 19, 2018

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Many students, both male and female, tend to have struggles during high school finding their true identity due to the acceptance of others and personal insecurities. The LGBTQ community is a well known community that celebrates...

Coffee shops: usefulness to students, studying

Julia Wasik, News/Opinion Editor

January 11, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Many students can relate to feverishly turning pages, rifling through heavy binders, and battling drooping eyelids all while trying to concentrate the night before a big exam. To add to this, sitting at home trying to concentrate...

Teens discuss pros and cons of school system

Casper Badovinac, Feature/Entertainment Editor

November 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Kids every day complain about school, about the education system, about what they want and what they need. But what are students really getting out of school? What do kids think about class other than frustrated side comments? AP...

AP Classes: Are they worth it?

Julia Wasik

November 6, 2017

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As many Advanced Placement (AP) students can attest, AP classes can be a lot of work, even for the best of students. Some students of AP classes, or even those considering taking AP courses might even think to themselves ‘Are...

Banning TKAM: Killing a necessary conversation

Mary Hoffman

November 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion

An African American girl sits in a classroom an hour north of Dallas, Texas as the only non-white person in the room. The class is reading Huckleberry Finn out loud. However, the class begins to feel uncomfortable as the N-word...

AP Classes: effects on students

Anya Madlangbayan

November 6, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Regular, Honors, and Advanced Placement are three levels of classes taken by GCHS students. All three are different levels in terms of rigor and workload to fit a student’s pace. While there may be a difference in difficulty,...

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