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Nailled that recipe: Pan-banging is a long process that produces delicious results

Nailled that recipe: Pan-banging is a long process that produces delicious results

Emma Naille March 14, 2018

BY EMMA NAILLE (‘18) The last recipe I tried, from the Vanilla Bean Blog, was delicious, so I decided to choose another recipe from there this time around. Usually my choice of recipe heavily relies...

Nailled that recipe: This gooey chocolate cake will melt away all your sorrows

Nailled that recipe: This gooey chocolate cake will melt away all your sorrows

Emma Naille February 15, 2018

BY EMMA NAILLE ('18) I have baked whoopie pies, peanut butter cup cookies and mini cheesecakes but this time, I decided to take my baking expertise to the next level and learn how to bake something...

A Cappella groups participate in Kettering National A Capella Festival

A Cappella groups participate in Kettering National A Capella Festival

Emma Naille January 31, 2018

BY EMMA NAILLE ('18) The two A Cappella groups, Blue Notes and Ace-Appellas, not only perform at concerts, like the last Christmas concert, but also participate in other events throughout the year,...

10 unique gifts to give to your teenage sister this Holiday season

10 unique gifts to give to your teenage sister this Holiday season

Emma Naille December 15, 2017

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Nailled that recipe: Celebrate the holidays with these peanut butter cup cookies

Nailled that recipe: Celebrate the holidays with these peanut butter cup cookies

Emma Naille December 13, 2017

BY EMMA NAILLE (‘18) Celebrating the holidays with family or trying to figure out what to get someone can be very stressful. Baking with family or friends, or even as a present for loved ones, is...

OPINION: Liberal arts education is key

OPINION: Liberal arts education is key

Emma Naille December 7, 2017

BY EMMA NAILLE (‘18) Students around the nation are choosing job-specific majors in fear of entering the job market with a more general major, like the humanities. According to a New York Times article...

New women empowerment club aims to help girls in underdeveloped countries

New women empowerment club aims to help girls in underdeveloped countries

Emma Naille December 5, 2017

BY EMMA NAILLE (‘18) A women empowerment club inspired by a global scholars project has been started by seniors Rachel Lilly and Kenzie Chesrown to help girls in underdeveloped countries and to empower...

Self-defense: A skill worth mastering now

Self-defense: A skill worth mastering now

Emma Naille December 5, 2017

BY KENZIE CHESROWN (‘18) AND EMMA NAILLE (‘18) In light of recent events in Granville, and with a continuing pattern of violence throughout the rest of the world, learning self-defense is becoming...

Flashback Friday: School counselor looks back on her time at YoungLife camp

Flashback Friday: School counselor looks back on her time at YoungLife camp

Emma Naille November 24, 2017

BY EMMA NAILLE (‘18) This is not the first time school counselor Elizabeth Adams has mentored high school kids in Granville. She also led them through YoungLife, specifically at YoungLife camp Lake...

OPINION: Schoology comments misrepresent student body

OPINION: Schoology comments misrepresent student body

Emma Naille October 5, 2017

BY EMMA NAILLE (‘18) Recently, Principal Matt Durst posted a Schoology message prohibiting backpacks and drink containers of any kind into any and all Granville High School athletic contests, in an...

Nailled that recipe: Perfect pumpkin recipe to create that autumnal feel

Nailled that recipe: Perfect pumpkin recipe to create that autumnal feel

Emma Naille October 4, 2017

  EMMA NAILLE (‘18) With the current pumpkin-spice obsession, the first fall feeling day means there is suddenly pumpkin EVERYWHERE. Pumpkin drinks, cookies, cake, cheesecake, and the...

1-to-1 causes WiFi issues

1-to-1 causes WiFi issues

Emma Naille September 12, 2017

BY EMMA NAILLE (’18) Classrooms recently implemented the new 1-to-1 program by providing students seventh through twelfth grade with personal Chromebooks. The district purchased a total of 1,313 Chromebooks...

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