• When Wolves Walk

    By Jace DiCola On March 14th, 2018, hundreds of students marched out of Grandview High School. Students gathered on this day in order to raise awareness for and protest the multitude of school shootings, especially the recent Parkland Shooting. “The first step in fixing this issue is to raise awareness,” said ...
  • Everyone Say, “Colorado”!

    By Andrea Mocevic I’m a giraffe! The older I get, the more I realize I fit the Colorado stereotype pretty well. I can name many craft beers from Colorado, am constantly amazed by every Colorado sunset and hardly bat an eye when it’s 60 degrees in March. I walk and talk ...
  • Black Panther: Breaking Through Glass Ceilings

    By Sarah Yohannes, Photos Courtesy of Desmond Davis I was walking into the empty bathrooms at my school in the middle of first period one Monday, after having watched Black Panther the previous weekend. I was listening to the Black Panther album made for the movie, still hyped from that ...
  • Ad Hominem (To The Man)

    By Zach Scott Last night I turned on the news. As usual, Donald Trump’s face covered the screen.  He smiled on Fox News, he frowned on CNN, and he looked ridiculous on MSNBC. Each station commented  on his latest policy shift, most against, a few for. Then they brought in someone ...
  • The Hallways Are Tremendously Awkward Now

    By Mariah Clute Has Snapchat, Instagram, and Twitter made us care too much about what others think of us? Grandview’s school psychologist Dr. Eric Zimmerman theorizes that our hypersensitivity to judgement is a product of social media. “It’s an age thing,” said Zimmerman. “Kids are so narcissistic. They’re so involved in ...
  • Bring The World Together

    By Andrea Mocevic “If we cannot now end our differences, at least we can help make the world safe for diversity." - John F. Kennedy. Growing up, telling people I’m Bosnian-Serb never went the way I planned. For instance, many would assume I was from Siberia, or they would start ...
  • Beware High Tide

    A 100% serious and real article about Tide Pods, also known as “the forbidden fruit” becoming the only snack you should invest in during the cold winter months. By Michelle Rabinovich Colorado’s weather of late has been unpredictable to say the least. The snowfalls and strong winds have blessed the ...
  • #GrandviewToo

    Let’s enter the new year wiser than we left the last. By Michelle Rabinovich It doesn’t seem that long ago that Mariah Carey botched her New Year’s Eve performance. Where did 2017 go? This past year was full of excitement. We ushered in a new President, learned that Beyoncé was ...
  • Adventures Are the Best Way to Learn

    By Andrea Mocevic “We need the tonic of wildness...At the same time that we are earnest to explore and learn all things, we require that all things be mysterious and unexplorable, that land and sea be indefinitely wild, unsurveyed and unfathomed by us because unfathomable. We can never have enough ...
  • Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes

    Dress code is one of the biggest struggles high schoolers have to face to express ourselves. The dress code now-a-days has slowly focused towards women, making the dress code more and more sexist. By Jade Winton In the student handbook it says that, “Clothing should cover the body from shoulder ...