Opinion

Lunch Program Should Stay Intact for Student Health

Ever since early 2010, America has embraced a fit culture. Growing up, many students can recollect the Play60 posters plastered from wall to door. Athletes beamed down, asking all “Got Milk?” and, most infamously, students have learned to resent the school lunch programs that ripped cheeseburgers from hungry student hands. In reality, this program has… Continue reading Lunch Program Should Stay Intact for Student Health

Entertainment

Sanders Family Kitchen fails to impress

I am a fan of independent, family-owned restaurants that make me feel comfortable and at home. I am not a fan of Sanders’ Family Kitchen, a new Greenwood restaurant. I went in with high expectations of the diner. I expected a quiet, home-y restaurant with a similar feel to Bob Evans. I thought this kitchen… Continue reading Sanders Family Kitchen fails to impress

News

Online Survey Raises Snow Day Questions

Students anxiously stare at their phones, hoping to see the email of their dreams, a snow day. The School board has yet to approve the e-learning days and it remains only a concept to be debated. “My understanding is it was the central office considering the possibility of e-learning days in the future when we… Continue reading Online Survey Raises Snow Day Questions

News

Graduation requirements change

The state of Indiana is taking steps to restructure the paths students will take to graduation; this means change at GHS. “The state is changing the goals that students will need to hit to graduate,” Mrs. Lisa Laug, counselor, said. “This change is going to take effect next year for the current eighth graders, but… Continue reading Graduation requirements change