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Flashback Friday: Rebecca Hirsh and her love for horses

Flashback Friday: Rebecca Hirsh and her love for horses

Riley Vradenburg February 16, 2018

BY RILEY VRADENBURG (‘18) Being an equestrian has always been such a big part of Rebecca’s life that she decided she should include her horse, Tommy, in her senior photos. Rebecca Hirsh has...

Students are excited for the upcoming Winter Formal dance

Students are excited for the upcoming Winter Formal dance

Riley Vradenburg February 15, 2018

The winter months can be dreary, so this weekend's Winter Formal will be a much needed diversion for students. This year's dance will be themed “a vintage winter formal.” Although there was...

The Greatest Showman is not that great

The Greatest Showman is not that great

Riley Vradenburg January 23, 2018

BY RILEY VRADENBURG (‘18) The Greatest Showman was honestly… a circus. The movie was inspired by the true story of P.T. Barnum; P.T., short for Phineus Taylor, was the founder of the Ringling Bros....

10 gifts for beauty lovers

Riley Vradenburg December 17, 2017

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First round of drug testing leaves the community with questions

First round of drug testing leaves the community with questions

Riley Vradenburg October 9, 2017

BY RILEY VRADENBURG (‘18) Students and community members voiced concern after a student who had opted out of drug testing was picked for the first round of drug testing on Sept. 25, the Monday following...

OPINION: Everyone should participate in Spirit Week

OPINION: Everyone should participate in Spirit Week

Riley Vradenburg September 22, 2017

BY RILEY VRADENBURG (‘18) Spirit Week provides students with an opportunity to dress up in different fashions and show school spirit. The themes are often very creative, but still easy and broad...

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The district debuts a new Ace logo

Riley Vradenburg September 13, 2017

BY RILEY VRADENBURG (‘18) The district will be releasing a redesigned and district-wide Ace, along with the new logo and mission statement. “This process began as a by-product of the re-branding...

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Mr. Carpenter deserves more credit

Riley Vradenburg April 13, 2017

BY RILEY VRADENBURG (‘18) Mr. Carpenter, the assistant principal, has the worst reputation among students and does not get enough credit for his challenging job. In his job description, Mr. Carpenter...

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Growing up in Granville: A look into how seniors, faculty and third graders feel about their hometown

Riley Vradenburg February 22, 2017

BY EMMA NAILLE (‘18) LEXI MARELLI ('18) RILEY VRADENBURG ('18) AND KENZIE CHESROWN ('18) Spending one’s childhood in Granville is a unique experience. Granville is different from surrounding areas...

Administrators need to better accommodate student drivers in the winter

Administrators need to better accommodate student drivers in the winter

Riley Vradenburg January 12, 2017

RILEY VRADENBURG (‘18) Teen drivers are less than experienced. Parents send their children out everyday hoping they make the correct and safe driving decisions. Without early releases from school...

Top 10 stores to buy a Christmas gift locally

Top 10 stores to buy a Christmas gift locally

Riley Vradenburg November 30, 2016

BY RILEY VRADENBURG (’18) Target A perfect place that has something for everyone. This place is affordable, and has anything you could ever imagine. The nearest location is in Heath.  T.J....

Granville students go trick-or-treating for UNICEF

Riley Vradenburg October 31, 2016

Granville Spanish club members participate in trick or treat in efforts to make money for UNICEF. UNICEF is The United Nations Children's Fund, which is an organization that works towards supporting women...

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