• Grandview’s Green Thumb

    By Max Reid As of last September, one of the newest clubs to infiltrate the student body is the Horticultural Society, sponsored by James Pembrook and founded by Amanda Yu. Google describes horticulture as “relating to the art or practice of garden cultivation and management”, but in reality it’s not ...
  • Sprague's Surprise!

    By Max Reid and Jace DiCola This morning, Dr. Sprague was treated to a surprise as she saw multiple signs line the road and the upper lot. As she passed these signs, she slowly learned that these signs were for her, and that the staff was celebrating her 40th birthday ...
  • Drown Without a Frown

    By Aura Delgado The Drowsy Chaperone is a parody of an American musical of the 1920’s. Mary Drown plays ‘the Drowsy Chaperone’, the heroine. The performances are November 16th, 17th and 18th.   Having a lead role demands more from an actor. “I memorize [more] lines and more music,” Mary ...
  • School or Ghouls?

    Halloween is right around the corner, and Grandview students describe their ideal Halloween night. Story by: Paige Montgomery and Ava Bonavia   Halloween Plans As teenagers, we are at that age where the people who answer the door might actually shut it in our faces. Many students now turn to passing ...
  • Young, Dumb, Broke High School Kids: The Top Affordable Things To Do Over Fall Break ...

    By: Haleigh Moller Go to a pumpkin patch/carve pumpkins As simplistic as it may seem, going to a pumpkin patch is an enjoyable activity to do with your friends over fall break. It’s affordable, and carving pumpkins with friends always makes for a great time. Also, the food at pumpkin ...
  • Open Your Eyes

    Over this fall break, unplug and explore Colorado in a new way.  By: Andrea Mocevic The memoir Walden by Henry David Thoreau makes every teenager in the 21st century look like wimps. I mean, this guy survived in the wilderness, found food and shelter, and adapted to living outside of ...
  • Don’t Let The Bedbugs Bite

    The terrifying truth about the likelihood of a zombie apocalypse. By: Jace DiCola In light of Halloween, we watch horrifying shows and movies telling of zombie apocalypses and the end of mankind itself; however, the occurrence of a zombie outbreak is not only terrifyingly possible, but might come sooner than ...
  • Cookies, Kids, and Our Community

    By Ryan Arnold This past week, our Grandview Girls Volleyball team took time out of their hectic season to venture down to “House of Hope,” an organization dedicated to providing safe shelter and resources to homeless women with children. They wanted to do what they could to give back and ...
  • I’ve Got Two Phones: One For Cheating And One For Tweeting

    A majority of Grandview students have nothing but negative things to say when it comes to the phone policy at Grandview. What most students don’t realize, however, is that the problems that come with it aren’t just black and white. Story and Photos by: Haleigh Moller Grandview students were faced with ...
  • He's Crying, Not Gay

    They signed up for theater, not stereotypes. Story by: Mariah Clute Erik Peterson, a senior, has been mistaken for being gay before. But only because he’s in theater. “I’ve been at thespian conventions where guys have given me their number or something, and I’ve been like, ‘Thank you? I’m not...?’ ...