Bankers Life was exploding with energy as three of the top celebrities in the world performed in front of a sold-out Indiana crowd. The performance started out with DJ E-Nice being introduced and a few thousand people roaring and singing along to some of the top songs in the world by various artists. Tyla Yaweh… Continue reading Post Malone Concert
18 year old guys can no longer just walk into a gas station to purchase tobacco. The new tobacco law is officially in effect, and the legal age has been moved to 21. Mr. Josh Harmon gives his thoughts on the new law. “I think it is a good idea. Smoking and drinking to me… Continue reading Tobacco Law rises to 21
With every year passing more and more memories are made during the holidays. Thanksgiving is no exception as families come together to show thanks for each other and spend time together. Food is shared and bonds are created. Students share their favorite Thanksgiving recipe. “Probably pumpkin pie because we make everything from scratch. It’s usually… Continue reading Thanksgiving = Food Coma
Year after year new horror movies are released into theaters for enjoyment and a quick thrill ride. Some are good and some are bad and others are like IT which completely break box office records. But not all horror movies are scary. I have seen many horror movies and most of them disappoint with… Continue reading Are Scary Movies Scary?
A story so unexpected sends a ripple through all of Indiana and Colts fans. A Super Bowl hopeful team with a potential Hall of Fame quarterback as their leader may have lost all hope for even a playoff run. Towards the end of halftime at the Colts and Bears third Preseason game, social media and… Continue reading Andrew Luck retires; fans react
Last year during the 4th nine weeks, the school schedule changed. Flex period was introduced and some loved and hated the new period from the start. Assistant Principal Craig Bruns shared why he added Flex period late last year. “Last year, too many students were missing required PowerHour. It led to disciplinary issues and poorer… Continue reading Effectiveness of Flex
Summer break has just ended, and many students, including myself, are upset that school starts before August. GHS started on July 30th, ending the summer fun for Greenwood students. With only two full months of summer, I felt like I had missed out on many things. This summer break was one of the best… Continue reading Summer Length