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Maintaining confidence in high school

Maintaining confidence in high school

March 17, 2021

You’ll hear this sentiment probably over a thousand times in your life. “Oh, you should be more confident!” “It’s all in the confidence!” “Confidence is attractive!” What people...

The issue with social media: strangers and friends

The issue with social media: strangers and friends

February 17, 2021

Okay. While this is definitely a topic I’m sure has been drilled into your head by adults (don’t worry, it’s been drilled into mine too), I think that a different message comes across when it is...

Art by Stephanie Houser

Why you should actually do the assigned reading in English class

January 20, 2021

Throughout high school, there is a fair amount of books that you will be asked to read. Depending on what class you choose to take, the amount and selections vary. The more “advanced” the class you...

Accepting that friends ebb and flow throughout high school

Accepting that friends ebb and flow throughout high school

December 16, 2020

If you would have told me freshman year about all of the people I would be friends with right now, I would be shocked. Not necessarily because of who my friends are right now, but because of who they...

Read this, and Ill help you keep your room clean

Read this, and I’ll help you keep your room clean

November 18, 2020

It’s the end of the week. Before COVID, weekends meant going out with friends, seeing a movie, or -for a really special treat- going over to Easton. Things are a little different now, but what has definitely...

Album cover of Write About Love/Photo courtesty of Wikipedia

Ambiguous Indie

October 28, 2020

The album Write About Love by Belle & Sebastian puts deep thoughts into light, dancy melodies that are easier to digest than in their raw form.  This album takes listeners back to a time heavy...

Art by Stephanie Houser

Why getting a job in high school is awkward (and how to deal with it)

October 21, 2020

With your nerves finally settled, you stand near a side table, waiting eagerly to have your picture taken. You feel free - you finally have your driver's license.  Of course, most people aren’t...

Flashback Friday: Alexie McFarlands trip to the UP

Flashback Friday: Alexie McFarland’s trip to the UP

Jack McGonagle May 25, 2018

BY JACK MCGONAGLE (‘18) It was a rainy, dreary day, but even this couldn’t bring senior Alexie McFarland down because she was in the amazing Upper Peninsula of Michigan with her family. This was...

Picture taken by Michelle Meikle.

Flashback Friday: Mitch Meikle desires to share his art with others

Kenzie Chesrown March 16, 2018

Senior Mitch Meikle can recall when he first decided to encourage other artists. It was during an art show, and it was his first time selling his own work.  “No one bought it,” Meikle said. “My...

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...

Flashback Friday: GRD Navy football crowned team champions

Flashback Friday: GRD Navy football crowned team champions

Keegan VanMeter January 19, 2018

BY KEEGAN VANMETER (‘19) Winning was a great feeling, and a great sense of accomplishment. Especially when you win by one point in the championship game. In 2011 The Granville Recreation District...

Flashback Friday: Maddie Long creates a lifelong bond

Flashback Friday: Maddie Long creates a lifelong bond

Kylee McFarland January 5, 2018

BY KYLEE MCFARLAND ('18) November 10, 2013, is an important day for the Long family. On this day they adopted a dachshund-shepherd-lab mix from the humane society and named him Copper. “I knew...

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