Seated deep within the American spirit is the natural desire to tame the unknown. The nation has explored high and low on this wave of fervor and on it continues to push to a brighter future. However, man has fully yet to brave the wilds of one last frontier: the murky depths of online dating.… Continue reading Online Dating Offers Modern Social Opportunities
Johnson County could always use a new business with a family-friendly atmosphere. That family fun, however, comes with throwing axes. Johnson County Axe Throwing opened in September of 2019, making it one of the youngest businesses on the Southside. Mr. Chris Engel is the owner and operator of JCAT. From the moment we entered, it… Continue reading New Johnson County Axe Throwing strikes interest in students
Fall is in the air. Bands play merrily as families of runners stretch, each generation clad in sweatshirts, tennis shoes, and the occasional turkey costume. Thanks to Wheeler Mission, the annual “Drumstick Dash” race is kicking off once again in November. Each year, the Wheeler Mission group organizes a race for their charity foundation, coordinating… Continue reading Drumstick Dash Readies for Annual Race
The GHS chapter of Best Buddies, an club helping special needs students, has decided to separate from the national organization. Organizers hope the move will help local students. “We felt like we could focus better and involve more peers if there were less regulations,” Mrs. Linda Hanek, co-sponsor, said. The main reason for the split… Continue reading GHS Best Buddies separates from larger organization
It’s the age old debate: the definitive, trendy fashion movement versus the constricting, seemingly antiquated dress code of the school. What is even more uproarious is the increased scrutiny of female fashion, while the boys run off in their ripped jeans scott-free. However, this notion of a gender-split in the school dress code is absurd… Continue reading Does the Dress Code Discriminate?
On April 26th, the baseball team will go up against Guerin Catholic at the Victory Field Classic in downtown Indianapolis. The team has yet to play on the professional field. Coach Andy Bass said, “This team hasn’t been, but we played there in 2013.” Despite never having been on the field, junior Sam Bass, second… Continue reading Greenwood goes to Victory Field
Isom will welcome new principal, Julie Young, next year Ms. Young has been in education for 23 years. “I have been a special education, 4th grade, 1st grade and reading recovery teacher,” she said, “I have been a K-5 instructional and literacy coach. In addition, I have been a dean of students at a high… Continue reading Isom gets New Principal