Summertime Sadness

June 23, 2017

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With only a few days separating students and summer, the ‘Summertime Sadness’ has officially set in.   Whether you are having a staycation or a real vacation, the readiness for summer is strong.    Summer is fille...

Homework And School

June 20, 2017

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     When students usually think about homework, they almost always get really stressed out. (I even got stressed out writing this final).  But sometimes most students get too lazy and just give up on homework. Yes, homework has i...

Is a college degree needed?

June 20, 2017

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Gresham High School’s motto is “every student prepared for success.” Not college, Gresham takes pride in that but, how much of the public school system influences students choices to go to college? In 2016, 69.7% of high sch...

Betsy DeVos: A Controversial Pick’s First Months in Office

May 11, 2017

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Photo Credit: senate.gov   On Feb. 7, 2017, the U.S. Senate voted 51-50 to allow Betsy DeVos to serve as the Secretary of Education under the Trump Administration. It is the first time ever that an Education Secretary n...

To go or Not to go, that is the school spirit question

March 24, 2017

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Photo Credit: Hannah Hemstad-Homecoming 2016   When the school has an assembly, are you one of the people cheering or are you sitting down waiting for the assembly to be over? “Our assemblies used to be super inte...

Editorial: Betsy DeVos Is Not Fit to Serve As the Secretary of Education

February 6, 2017

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. Pictured: Betsy DeVos at her Senate committee Confirmation Hearing Photo Credit: senate.gov On January 31, the Senate Committee on Health, Labor, Education and Pensions voted on President Trump’s Secretary of Education ...

Editorial: Students Have the Right to Walk Out of Class In Protest

February 2, 2017

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  Pictured: GHS Students walking out of 7th Period on  January 20, 2017 Photo Credit: Bailey Bates On Jan. 20, many students from Gresham High School walked out of class before 7th period in protest of the Inauguration...

Checkmate on game of strategy

March 18, 2016

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  There are all kinds of clubs at this school, such as anime, hiking and Speech and Debate, but there is no chess club, and the school needs one.   Chess is a strategy game loved by many students and teachers, though there...

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