• In defense of: “I was born in the wrong generation girls”

    By Jori O'Grady We all know one. They have a record player in their room, mom jeans and vintage clothes (which they say are thrifted but are definitely from Urban Outfitters), they read old books, watch old movies and constantly let out big sighs and claim, “I was just born ...
  • Lily Newberry 3/6

    Information compiled by Kira Howells Photos courtesy of Lily Newberry How long have you been playing soccer? Why or how did you start? I started as soon as I could. So I believe [I started] at 3 years old for my club. I started playing because my older brother did ...
  • Boys Basketball Advances To Sweet 16 With Win Over Hinkley

    By Dibo Elango Boys basketball started off their postseason run with a 86-49 blowout win over the Hinkley Thunderbirds Saturday afternoon. Senior Caleb Mcgill lead the team in scoring with 20 points along with eight rebounds. Senior Tanner Holtman was the only other player who scored in double figures, finishing ...
  • Serenity in the City

      By: Jace DiCola Homework, work, homework, work, homework, work.  As the semester goes on, SATs, ACTs, and finals only creep closer, and for many students, it seems like all there is to do in life is school, minimum wage work, athletics, and homework. As a senior who is surviving ...
  • Dodgeball Recap

    By Dibo Elango During Miracle Week, the school partook in numerous events to help raise money for two year old Max, who is currently battling a rare neurological disease called SLC6A1. One of these events is the annual dodgeball tournament. “It’s a great part of Miracle Week because students love ...
  • To Cancel or Not to Cancel

    By Iris Utroske I am not the first to inform you that on January 26th, basketball legend Kobe Bryant died in a horrific helicopter crash. Everyone felt it: news of the tragedy spread across the globe within hours of the story breaking, and worldwide grieving was soon to follow.  Frankly, ...
  • Where Was Wish Week?

    By: Ashlyn Turbyfill  Photos courtesy of: Will Brent Inzana Wish Week didn’t happen. Though Wish Week has transpired for years at Grandview, it no longer exists. For 2020, Grandview chose to leave its partnership with Make a Wish Colorado. “So Wish Week will be called Miracle Week this year because ...
  • Artist Profile: Samantha Park

    Story by: Sophia Vertido  Photos courtesy of: Samantha Park Over the years, Grandview’s Art Department has never failed to suit the needs of students who simply just want to make art. As a result, so many students have been able to improve their technique, find their art style, and above ...
  • Grandview Alumni- now a National Champion

    By Kira Howells Photos courtesy of Presleigh Swanson On January 19th, the University of Nevada- Las Vegas competed at the UDA National Championship for College Dance teams. For the past several months, Grandview Alum and UNLV dance team rookie, Presleigh Swanson has been working extremely hard to train for this ...
  • On a Mission

    By Dibo Elango Coming off three straight appearances in the state title game, the Wolves are looking to win their third championship in four years. Head coach Josh Ulitzky’s team is currently 18-2 with an undefeated record in league play. “There is room for improvement but we’re making a lot ...