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While driving on Highway 6, you can see the Sonic Drive Thru. Open campus has benefits, having an open campus for at least seniors would have many other benefits.

Open Campus at GHS

Leslie Rodriguez, Staff Reporter
March 8, 2021
The Chicago Bulls mascot since 1969.

Behind the Bulls

Ericka Kushiner, Staff Reporter
February 23, 2021
Celebrating her 18th birthday, senior Bayleigh Koch enjoys boba from Thrist Tea Cafe with friends and fellow seniors: Miranda Parkinson, Lauren Eurich and McKenzie Gunsolly.

Blissful Boba Balls

Bayleigh Koch, Staff Writer
February 9, 2021
Idolizing politicians furthers Americas deep divide. We must remember that these politicians are here to serve us.

Idolizing False Prophets

Kaleigh Zollman, Online Editor
February 3, 2021
While standardized tests can be useful to schools when it comes to determining what teachers need to teach more in-depth, there are some things that the tests cannot measure.

The Test Does Not Know Best

Kailey MacDowell, Staff Reporter
February 1, 2021
In the wake of their 2019 FIFA World Cup win, several members of the team, including much of their talented attack, have faced questions about the possibility of their retirement.

Still On Top

Zane Mrozla-Mindrup, Copy Editor
February 1, 2021
While Colin Kaepernick chooses to kneel another man chooses to stand for the flag.

I Pledge Allegiance

Klare Peters, Staff Reporter
January 21, 2021
The cover for Pixar’s newest film, Soul, featuring Jamie Foxx as Joe Gardner and Tina Fey as 22.

Soul Opening

Sophia Allen, Design Editor
January 21, 2021
Tommy (left) and Mallory (right) were both adopted from Dollys Legacy Animal Rescue based in Lincoln, Nebraska. They were adopted about 2 years apart.

Adopt Don’t Shop

Savannah Andrews, People Editor
January 19, 2021
First-Times: With Rev. Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoffs victory in the Georgia Senate runoff election, many first-time accomplishments were made. Warnock became the first black senator from the state of Georgia. Ossoff, 33 years-old, is the youngest senator elected and the first democratic senator in Georgia since  1996.

Next Stop on Your Left

Matthew McKinney, Staff Reporter
January 18, 2021
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