Homophobic slurs are used all too often at GHS

Bailey Bates, Editor in Chief

January 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

  Many matters regarding the oppression of the LGBT community are sensitive, but the use of the word “faggot” as a slur by straight people is a serious issue.   It is not uncommon to hear this slur used in the hallways o...

Advantages and Disadvantages of Teen Driving

Madelyn Jones, Staff Writer

January 30, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Driving is always a fun experience as you get older. Driving gives you more freedom and it allows you to feel in control.  “An advantage for me since I got my license has been being able to drive myself around, and allow...

Overpopulated honors classes create hectic work enviroments

Angelica Smith, Staff Writer

October 25, 2017

Filed under News, Opinion

   This year, sophomore honors classes are ridiculously over loaded with students trying to succeed expectations such as challenging concepts, excessive amount of homework, quizzes, and tests that come more frequently.   ...

Gun Control, what it is and why it matters

Omar Carrillo, Online Editor

October 25, 2017

Filed under Op-Eds, Opinion

   On October 1 in Las Vegas, Nevada, in a span of just 10 minutes, nearly 60 people were shot dead and over 500 people were injured in an attack that has now been recognized as being the deadliest mass shooting in American histo...

Summertime Sadness

June 23, 2017

Filed under Op-Eds

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

Filed under Op-Eds

     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...

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