What is Going On With the Musical?

As a spectator of the City High musical practices this year I can say that there was talk among the participants that there would be no crowd and that they were working with the ticketing company to refund the tickets back to people who had purchased them. Then the next day, the tickets were advertised again and it’s now said that we will have a … Continue reading What is Going On With the Musical?

US College Enrollments Decline Once Again

Most say that going to college is one of the best experiences you can have. You learn more than you have ever been taught. You make new friends that will stick with you throughout your entire life. You pursue dreams that you never thought were possible to achieve.  Today, nearing the two year mark of this seemingly never-ending global pandemic, undergraduate enrollment dropped again. This … Continue reading US College Enrollments Decline Once Again

Graduation Officially Moved to Houseman

As you all know, Calvin college was supposed to be the venue that City was going to hold the graduation ceremony. However, I have received some very important information regarding a change in venue. Thanks to the petition organized by City senior Madeline Uren regarding Calvin’s anti-LGBTQ history, Deputy Superintendent Dr. Gorman stated at Wednesday’s PTSA meeting that all GRPS schools will graduate from Houseman … Continue reading Graduation Officially Moved to Houseman

Three Men Found Guilty Regarding the Murder of Ahmaud Arbery

On November 24, 2021, the verdicts were read for the three men involved in the murder of Ahmaud Arbery. On February 23, 2020, Ahmaud Arbery, a 25 year old man was shot and killed while out jogging. The convicted murderers — Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William R. Bryan — are scheduled to go on trial beginning on February 7, 2022, and will be charged … Continue reading Three Men Found Guilty Regarding the Murder of Ahmaud Arbery

Google Classroom is Saved

Google Classroom will not be going away on the 17th! We have official word from GRPS that while they had planned to take away Classroom in December, “they have extended access through the end of this school year.” As a senior, I can personally say I’m grateful to GRPS for granting us a reprieve. I was dreading the idea of trying to save old materials … Continue reading Google Classroom is Saved

Chinese Moon Rover Spots Unidentified ‘Mystery Hut’

Almost exactly a year ago today, on December 3rd, 2020, I brought you the story of a steel monolith that mysteriously appeared in a remote Utah desert. When the object disappeared, we thought it had gone in peace, but now the Monolith Builders have struck again, on the dark side of the moon! Cue the dramatic music. All jesting aside, this really happened. As reported … Continue reading Chinese Moon Rover Spots Unidentified ‘Mystery Hut’

The Real Grinch Who Stole Christmas: Supply Chain

Introduction While the iconic Grinch, with his green fur, slender figure, and sly expression, may not be ruining Christmas day for millions of people this year, there is another entity that just might swipe your gifts: the supply chain crisis. Over the past year, the pandemic has shown its true effect on the economy. As New York Times journalist Lazaro Gamio puts it, “The highly … Continue reading The Real Grinch Who Stole Christmas: Supply Chain

Year in Review: President Biden’s First Year in Office

November 3, 2020: Emotions around the country were at an all time high, with anxieties, hopes, and fears spilling over into what was on its way. I think it’s safe to say that on that night nearly all US citizens were diligently watching their screens. The race was tight, flipping with every state’s votes. The possibility of inaccurate counts and mandatory recount claims were sprouting … Continue reading Year in Review: President Biden’s First Year in Office