News / News Briefs

Gresham welcomes student from Ebetsu Japan

  Fuka Suzuki, a 17 year old junior from Hokkaido Sapporo Nishi High School came to Gresham as one of three students participating in a student exchange hosted by the Gresham-Ebetsu Sister City Association. According to the Gresham-Ebetsu Sister City Association, they host this exchange annually. Three high-school aged students from Ebetsu will go to Gresham … Continue reading

Feature / News

Skater skirts become booming trend as weather gets warmer

As the weather continually gets warmer and people start dressing in bright, vivid clothing, a simple yet sophisticated clothing article is particularly favored among girls here. The skater skirt, also known as a circle skirt, has caught the eyes of fashionistas around campus. A popular article during the early-mid 1900’s, this trend has been brought … Continue reading

Editorials / Opinion

Dress code to be more specific, changed each year to fit students’ style

During school hours on campus, hundreds of different clothing styles can be seen. From maxi skirts to faded jeans, prairie tops to crop tops, and pajamas to spaghetti straps. Some are deemed inappropriate by the dress code, while others are not. Everyone has a different interpretation on what the school dress code policy is, and … Continue reading

News

MSU and MEChA host blanket drive to help needy community members

The blanket drive that is located in the library began last week. It is being organized by both the Multicultural Student Union Club (MSU) and Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanos de Aztlán Club (MEChA) to help members in the community keep warm during the winter. MSU co-president sophomore Austin Gardner helped get everyone together during lunch to … Continue reading