• 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, ...
  • 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 ...
  • PE: Physical Education or Pointless Exercise?

    By: Julia Cacciavillani “Do I really have to take a PE class?” The honors/AP student with the loaded schedule, or the student athlete in two or three sports, or the student who just isn’t particularly adept at activities done in a PE class, may all ask that same question. The ...
  • We Are One

    By: Paige Montgomery  Photos courtesy of: Tony Castonguay As Inclusion Week comes to a close, a new movement has popped out of the event. Tony Castonguay, a junior, started a #weareonemovement through Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter. “I work with special needs kids so I thought it would be good to ...
  • The Nicest Kids In Town

    By: Paige Montgomery This year’s production of the musical Hairspray is sure to be a hit. In fact, every performance is almost sold out. The musical is always a big hit because there are so many people involved in the show. Each year, the musical is the perfect culmination of ...
  • Annual Phoebe Lester Memorial Event 12/10

    By: Sami Stuart Hi everyone! For those of you that don’t know me, my name is Sami Stuart, and I am a junior here at Grandview. You may be familiar with the drunk driving accident in which Grandview student, Phoebe Lester, was killed the summer of 2017. She was on ...
  • A Homecoming Hit

    Story by: Rayne Ware Ticket sales for this year’s homecoming were a big boomin’ business with 1,600 teens attending. “I think that advertising in leadership, has something to do with 200 more kids going to homecoming,” Diane Koerner, activities office representative, said. Perhaps there is also higher interest in going ...
  • Natural Bodybuilders You Never Knew About

    By: Josiel Loya Ontiveros Picture this: you are standing next to bigfoot. He is twice your strength, twice your height, and you are scared of being squashed. But little did you know, he is a high school bodybuilder that achieved his physique through hard work rather than steroids. “I’ve been ...