“Kon’nichiwa,” or hello in English, was an unexpected welcome to Hana’s Japanese Fusion restaurant. Hana’s specializes in authentic Japanese cuisine. I went into Hana’s without any expectations. I have only had sushi once before in my life and it was from a convenience store. The restaurant only holds around 50 patrons with every seat being… Continue reading Staffer experiences Japanese cuisine
As teens enter the work force, they usually have two options: work in retail or work in fast food. Sophomore Michael Higareda recently worked at the sandwich shop, Firehouse Subs. “I worked there over the summer because I wanted to make my own money. Working in fast food at the time was my only option… Continue reading Fast food vs retail which do part time workers prefer?
To celebrate the winter sports and their accomplishments, Student Council is planning Winter Homecoming. Snowcoming week will take place next week. The week will consist of activities to get all students and teachers involved. “We are having a volleyball tournament, spirit days, dining for dollars, a door decorating contest and a pep rally,” Mrs. Kara… Continue reading Snowcoming at Greenwood High School
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?
The boys and girls cross country team had their mind on one goal: to advance to the Regional championships as a team. Though the boys team lost an athlete, many boys stepped up to help the team advance. “If the team scores well in Sectionals, which I believe we will, we will be able to… Continue reading Cross country prepares for Regionals
The first swim practice will take place Monday, and there are some changes on deck. With two new coaches, this year’s swim season will bring a lot of new and exciting changes. One new coach, Mrs. Tami Nuhfer, was previously an assistant coach for the middle school swim team for three years and is excited… Continue reading Swim team starts up with new coaches
On Labor Day, GHS was sent back to the 1980s. Two weeks ago, Greenwood School District’s network was shut down due to malware. To combat this, the IT Department thoroughly cleaned the entire system. “We had to scan every computer that didn’t have Deep Freeze. I had to scan every computer in this entire district,”… Continue reading Virus quickly eliminated IT department