• [Opinion] Teaching Is Much More Than a Fallback

    By: Emma Wilson Why do teachers teach? “Teaching, for those who love it, gives us purpose,” said French teacher, Madame Farrier. Many view teaching as easy, and quite sub-par of a “dream job”. They do not see the value in becoming a teacher and undermine it as something for those ...
  • Lucha por un Humano

    By: Josiel Loya Ontiveros Esta historia es la historia de un solo niño que pelea en una escuela en donde el lenguaje inglés es un mundo de tortura para su educación. -Could you spell your name?- yo le pregunté a Walter -¿Cómo?- Me preguntó Walter López con cara de confundido. ...
  • [Opinion] #BlackGirlMagic

    By: Rayne Ware  #blackgirlmagic Throughout history, black women have been through hell and back. Even then we were warriors, but were still treated like we were worthless. Today, black women have now seen and spoken up why they are beautiful, amazing, and brilliant. “Black girl magic is mainly a superpower ...
  • Time for Love

    By: Kate Kerner PDA is very common whether or not we think about it. Hugging in the hallway. Holding hands. Or even cuddling during lunch. But for many LGBT+  people, PDA isn’t accepted. So, Time for Love was organized by Grandview’s Gender Sexuality Alliance club (or GSA) to promote PDA--specifically ...
  • Unity on the Green

    By Kristina Boyko Photo courtesy of Alex Wilhelm Like any other athlete, the individuals on Grandview’s Golf Team pour passion, sweat, and tears into their sport every day. They work hard to achieve their goals and many of them quickly see the outcome of working hard and playing hard. Although ...
  • Climate Change or Climate Collapse?

    By: Isabel Dalmer Every year on Earth Day I see my social media overrun with photos of kids sorority squatting on tropical beaches, caption extolling the poster’s love for the earth (and the #303!). While it’s great to appreciate the natural beauty of the world around us, these vacant posts ...
  • China’s Lost Girls: Walking Our Halls

    By Signe Sandstrom In an overcrowded country with over 8.3 million more boys than girls born in 2004, nearly 6,693 girls from China have been adopted into American Families. In the United States, the adopted girls are a part of China’s lost girls. This is where they are today. “My ...
  • Retiring the Numbers

    By Jared Chartrand As the year winds down, many seniors reminisce on their past accomplishments in the sports they played throughout their high school career. The occasion is, for many, bitter-sweet. On the one hand, this is their last year of highschool sports with the various friends they have come ...
  • Necesito Ayuda

    By: Josiel Loya Ontiveros Necesito ayuda, maestra. ¿Qué es esto? These two sentences include words that are asking for help and words of confusion. These words came from sophomore Walter Lopez who struggles to understand the English world around him. Lopez immigrated to the United States from El Salvador last ...
  • Yearbook Distribution is happening now until 5/17

    Please swing by The Cave to pick up your yearbook. Not sure if you bought one, click here.