Students’ first time voting

Turning 18 and being able to vote for the first time is one of the biggest coming-of-age opportunities a young adult can have, but does the new generation of voters actually care about the privilege? Senior Grace Jackson said that voting does not have much effect on her, but she is still hopeful for what… Continue reading Students’ first time voting


Handel’s Ice Cream review

  Summer is not complete without a few trips to the local ice cream shop, and with the help of the new competitor, Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream, that summertime task is easy to make happen.  The new ice cream shop has only been open for a few months, but it has already stolen the hearts… Continue reading Handel’s Ice Cream review


First COVID-19 case at GHS

After months of no interaction with anyone, the idea of going back to school was oddly compelling.  However, that can be stripped away just as quickly as it was granted because as the COVID-19 school year begins, so can the spread of the virus. On Aug. 10, the first Coronavirus case in GHS emerged, and… Continue reading First COVID-19 case at GHS


Top 5 prom dinner options

Stone Creek Dining Stone Creek is a nice, sit down restaurant with many options.  They take reservations to make sure you have a secure dinner spot.  Stone Creek is located at 911 N State Rd 135 and their hours are 4-11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. Revery Revery is a fancy restaurant with a rotating… Continue reading Top 5 prom dinner options


Chamberlain Coffee underwhelms customer

The new coffee brand, Chamberlain Coffee, is anything but special.  It is fun to enjoy, but compared to any other rich and bitter coffee, it tastes practically the same. The smell of the fresh brewed coffee and the coffee tea-bag was amazing.  It had slight hints of cherry and was super strong.  I personally enjoy… Continue reading Chamberlain Coffee underwhelms customer


Who do you look like?

Over the past week and a half, Instagram has blown up with new look-alike filters.  Users have been discovering and testing out this new feature. The simple background to these filters is that they connect or assume what characters, animals, and objects resemble the person using the filter.  Many of the filters are actually inaccurate,… Continue reading Who do you look like?


Is the Black Friday hassle worth it?

A midnight fashion mall run, full day of Christmas cheer and shopping, and spending time with my family and friends: all ways to describe Black Friday.  But is it actually worth all the effort and getting no sleep? To me, Black Friday is a touchy topic.  It is a great way to get all of… Continue reading Is the Black Friday hassle worth it?


Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF at GHS

Trick-or-Treating for UNICEF: spooky stories, tasty candy, and scary costumes all packed into a night of fun at GHS. Service Club is hosting their fourth year of Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF. “Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF is a Halloween event designed to raise money for UNICEF.  The event goes from 5:30-7:30 p.m. and is a great way for… Continue reading Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF at GHS