• "Suit Up" for Districts

    By: Sophia Vertido Photos courtesy of: Janhavi Kulkarni, Mae Chen, and Jake Kartz You have ten minutes on the clock. One problem. One presentation… and a handful of judges. “[They] might be the meanest people ever or just might smile and nod at you the whole time.” said DECA president ...
  • Irredeemable

    By Dibo Elango Images Courtesy of Kenzie Wager Redemption doesn’t come easily. No one knows it better than boys varsity soccer. Grandview’s varsity soccer team was looking to make up for a brutal 2-1 loss in last year’s state final against Arapahoe. On November 9th, 11 seniors ended their high ...
  • [Opinion] Why are you here?   

    By: Paxton Decker Why the hell are you here?    You can drop out. You know you could. You could do it right now. Just close the article already. You’ve probably already thought about it. If you’re 16, then you are one paper form and a government bureaucrat away from flying ...
  • The Hojo Doesn't Fall Far From the Tree

    By Jake Taillac Pictures courtesy of the Hojonowski's Grandview ball is dominated by the Hojnowski family. The youngest child of the Hojonowski family is Anna. She is a freshman who started playing softball just over a year ago when her best friend's softball team needed a player. In the short ...
  • Vote For Mr.Baird Now

    By Ava Bonavia and Kira Howells Photos courtesy of Lizzy Leung and Kenzie Wager This year, Mr. Baird, a teacher and coach, was nominated for The Schomp Coach of the Year Award. Schomp Honda awards a coach from a local highschool every year, who has gone above and beyond for ...
  • [Opinion] The show will go on, but at what cost?

    By: Jori O'Grady Picture by: Will Brent Inzana When I first saw the call for the fall musical auditions, I immediately thought, “How does Grandview go from Hairspray to 1776?” On the surface level, 1776 is a musical quarrel of twenty-five rich white men whose ideology and lives were romanticized ...
  • Elsa Lamphere 11/21

    Information compiled by Kira Howells Photo courtesy of Elsa Lamphere What is your position, and your favorite part of your position (and why)? My position is an outside hitter, so I play front row and back row. The thing I love most about my position is that I get to ...
  • Don't Be Afraid of Intelligence

    Teachers don't want to make A's. They want to make human beings.  By: Evan Heiderscheidt Teaching is a difficult and stressful job and since most students don’t know if teachers are stressed or are having a difficult time, that can make it even harder on a teacher because of grading ...
  • Defending the Den

    By Jada Cousin Photos courtesy of Elsa Lamphere After last year’s season, the girl's varsity volleyball team has made a successful drive forward. They have recovered from previous hardships and had a successful season. As of now, they are ranked sixth in the state looking forward to state this Thursday, ...
  • Grandview Teachers Finding Their Zen

    By: Ashlyn Turbyfill Picture this: it’s 4:30 after school on a Thursday. Grandview seems to be nearly deserted besides some sports practicing in the gym and some thespians frantically preparing for the upcoming musical. But secretly, inside the dance studio, your favorite Grandview teachers, young and old, are shape-shifting across ...