• 15 Read Woke Book Recommendations

    By Jori O'Grady The English curriculum consistently leaves the stories of women and minorities almost completely untouched. Stories of immigrants, Hispanic, LGBTQ+ individuals, Muslim and Jewish communities, and people with disabilities are sorely lacking in our English classes at a time where reading these books are necessary. Grandview’s library, in ...
  • 'YOU SUCK!'

    By: Simone Gray and Brisen Wright Despite instructions from the principal, teachers are still parking in the lower student lot causing frustration and tardiness for upperclassmen. On an average day, at least 20 teachers are parking in the student section while there are at least 70 open spots in the ...
  • Final Countdown

    By: Paige Montgomery The first thing senior Quentin Goodgain said after seeing the new finals schedule was, “Why is it like this?” His question was dosed with serious concern of having to stay an extra period after his finals were over. Have no fear, the new period, called “Review and ...
  • The Cherry Creek Innovation Campus: Real-World Skills Your Math Class Won't Teach You

    By: Jori O'Grady “When will we use this in the real world?” Whether it’s synthetically dividing in Algebra II, memorizing a Shakespearean sonnet for English, balancing equations in Chemistry, or contextualizing the emergence of Buddhism in World History, students often lose their inclination to learn when bombarded with useless facts ...
  • Everyone Has One...

    By: Kate Kerner Junior Sarah McArthur, doesn’t notice when she does it. “I tap my foot like most people,” said McArthur. And she does it out of stress. Whether or not you realize it, everyone has a habit. From cracking your joints, tapping your foot, or even twirling your hair, ...
  • Stanford Gains a Wolf

    By: Jared Chartrand In December of 2016, Grandview High School’s Fabian Santillan shocked the country by becoming a national champion in the sport of wrestling. After taking down Colton Yapoujian in the Reno Tournament of Champions with a ridiculous cartwheel move, he was well on his way to competing for ...
  • Diving into the Season

    By: Kristina Boyko “Take your mark. BEEP!” The sound of the start buzzer provides a rush of adrenaline to any swimmer, but Grandview’s girls swim team managed to overcome their nerves to start off this year’s season off with a bang their first meet of the year, where they achieved ...
  • Blue Bench Pilot Soars

    By: Jace DiCola According to the Department of Justice, an average of 321,500 American citizens are victimized by rape and sexual assault each year. As concerning as the perpetually high amounts of rape and sexual assault are, what is even worse is that 42% of rape victims have experienced their ...
  • Alex Trinrud 12/3

    Information compiled by: Ashley Wiedeman and Kristina Boyko Alex Trinrud is a Senior playing in Unified Basketball and Cheer for two years. What sports do you play? Cheer and Basketball If you could be any animal, what would you be? Not a Chicken What is your favorite type of music? ...
  • Got Nutrition?

    By: Joseph Loya Ontiveros and Josiel Loya Ontiveros  We’ve all been there. Staring up into the sky and wondering why there has been no progress made from the workout you’ve been doing. However, today is your lucky day because we have answers of why you may not see much progress ...