• Chloe Wheeler: “Your Strings Won't Hold Me No More”

    By Jori O'Grady “There's only two types of people from what I've heard: the ones that fit the mold and the ones that change the world.” Chloe Wheeler, under the stage name Spider Kid, starts off singing in her newly released song, ‘‘Strings.” On Wednesday, October 18th, sophomore Chloe Wheeler announced ...
  • Erica Lopez: Coming Full Circle

    By Paige Montgomery  Erica Lopez is your friendly neighborhood Spanish teacher. Little did you know she went to school here too. Erica Lopez is one of the first faces Spanish-speakers see when they walk into Grandview. Over the years, she has taught Spanish One, Two, and Three. Now she’s even ...
  • I’m Not drunk. You’re Just Blurry.

    By Andrea Mocevic “It'd have to be a pretty big deal to get you to mainline tequila. You don't seem like the type.  I thought you were above all that” notes Patrick Verona in 10 things I Hate About You. Movies, TV shows, and celebrities undoubtedly glamorize underage drinking. Notably, ...
  • You Will Never See That Again

    Illustration by Joli Greenhouse
  • Hallå to Hello

    By Kristina Boyko It may seem like all schools are the same but in reality, schools vary from district to district, so it’s hard to think about what school would be across the ocean. Denys Puryk Freshman Denys Puryk, moved to Colorado from Ukraine in 7th grade. Getting used to ...
  • A Grand New View: Vicky Briazgun

    By Sami Stuart Traveling internationally is enough to give anyone major culture shock, but imagine moving internationally, 5700 miles from the home you always knew. Grandview junior, Vicky Briazgun didn’t have to imagine. Last year, when she was 15, Vicky moved to Colorado all the way from Kiev, Ukraine with only ...
  • 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 ...