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

March 24, 2017

Filed under News, Opinion, Photos

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

Filed under Op-Eds

. 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

Filed under Op-Eds

  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

Filed under News, Opinion

  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...

Cell Phone Policy irks some at GHS

March 18, 2016

Filed under Opinion

    The phone policy has been an issue between teachers, students, and parents. The phone policy for Gresham High School is divided into three sections. Each offense has a different consequence. “I think the phone policy is f...

Military recruiters only present one side of situation to students in school

December 18, 2014

Filed under Letters to the Editor, Opinion

I came to GHS in 2010, but I remember quickly growing accustomed to seeing the military recruiters. They’ve always been here, telling students why they should enlist in the military. Without even needing to talk directly to...

District makes mistake by having school on icy day

December 18, 2014

Filed under Editorials, Opinion

With thick ice covering the streets and students crashing down onto the slick pavement on their way to school, the weather conditions were the furthest thing away from safe on Nov. 14, 2014. With many mishaps occurring on this...

Student dress code policy sexist and biased, should be rethought

October 28, 2014

Filed under Opinion

School dress codes were put into place to prevent students from wearing articles of clothing that distract others and create unproductive learning environments. Yet, upon looking deeper into the dress code policy, students may...

Drivers misusing privileges may create hazards for other commuters

June 1, 2014

Filed under Opinion

There are many ways to get to and from school. Walking, riding the bus and driving are just a few. A number of people who are given the privilege to drive seem to be causing some problems for other commuters, as well as fellow...

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