Animal Crossing: New Horizons continues to excite students

During quarantine, people were bored out of their minds. What did thousands decide to pick up? Video games. The game Animal Crossing: New Horizons on Nintendo Switch became a popular choice for many. With nothing else to do, senior Ian Hudnall began playing the game in late March. “I had played previous games in the… Continue reading Animal Crossing: New Horizons continues to excite students


Exciting new year for Student Council

This year’s Student Council hopes to ignite school spirit. “This year is very different by having the Student Council president lead the meetings, assign tasks to class presidents and have them report back to the whole group, getting local businesses around to donate or be part of the student body, getting the elementaries involved, and… Continue reading Exciting new year for Student Council


Student Section Change

                The football student section always brings a different kind of energy and electricity to the game. However with the COVID restrictions, it was unknown if there was going to be a student at all, but school spirit has prevailed, and the student section has been relocated to the back of the endzone.                 The… Continue reading Student Section Change


Thrift craze promises cash

During quarantine, I added almost 100 pieces to my closet, and it did not cost me a thing. In January and February, my boyfriend and I began casually thrifting. We went to different Goodwills around Greenwood with the hope of finding cool vintage clothes. The rising trend of sustainable shopping had us busy searching for… Continue reading Thrift craze promises cash


Students get creative with masks

Pencils, notebooks, highlighters and masks—for students worldwide, school supply shopping looked a little different this summer. “It was two days before school started, and I only had like two or three masks. My siblings had like two or three too, and my mom was freaking out because we were going around to stores trying to… Continue reading Students get creative with masks


Streaming services compete for students’ attention

Entertainment dominates high schoolers worldwide, and GHS is no exception. Streaming services like Spotify, Netflix, and Apple Music can be found on a majority of students’ phones, and these apps truly impact the lives of those who utilize them. “I listen to music typically just about every hour of the day, but I’d say I… Continue reading Streaming services compete for students’ attention