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The Switch Up

The Switch Up

November 9, 2019

By Dibo Elango Photos courtesy of Kenzie Wager   2019 was a very turbulent year for the softball team. As the last ranked 5A team in the state at the beginning of the season, the Wolves clawed their way back to being postseason contenders. Even with an 11-14 record, the team made it ...

Candy, Costumes, and the Cure for Cancer

Candy, Costumes, and the Cure for Cancer

Sophia Vertido

November 7, 2019

Photos Courtesy of: Lizzy Leung As Luke William’s cape flew beautifully in the wind, he felt a rush of exhilaration as he crossed the finish line and struggled to catch his breath. “It was tiring. It was painful. But it was fun,” said sophomore Williams, who dressed up as Count Dracula. ...

The Ins and Outs of Post Grad

The Ins and Outs of Post Grad

November 5, 2019

By Kira Howells Applying to colleges is a very stressful process and many seniors are lost on how to start, or are just lost in the entire process. “I have no idea how to apply or start, or where, and absolutely no idea about scholarships. I just feel behind.” said senior, Holly Hyatt. This...

The Roast Episode Four – Halloween

The Roast Episode Four - Halloween

November 5, 2019

Mr. Rose and the Chronicle's own Lizzy Leung debate on whether or not it's appropriate to wear your Halloween costume in school. https://youtu.be/0eLVjUqdAf0 Produced by Mike Zobel, Emma Hildner, Signe Sandstrom, and Maxwell Reid  

[Opinion] “No One Needs To Be Alone With This.”

[Opinion]

Jace DiCola

November 1, 2019

In the beginning of October, Joker, starring Joaquin Phoenix hit theatres around the world this month, including some theatres in Aurora, Colorado. Only some. Many theatres in our community opted out of showing Joker because of Aurora’s tragic past with one certain Joker-esque shooter.  T...

Club Recommendation: The Heartfelt Community of National Art Honor Society

Club Recommendation: The Heartfelt Community of National Art Honor Society

November 1, 2019

By Iris Utroske Mention art in conversation with the average teenager, and you’re likely to conjure embarrassing memories of terrible clay statues sculpted as elementary school projects and mental images of quiet, awkward creative types whose talents are vaguely appreciable from a distance but not to be o...

The Mix of 1776

The Mix of 1776

Dibo Elango

November 1, 2019

1776 is the story of America’s Founding Fathers and the Declaration of Independence. It’s the theatre department’s upcoming presentation but with a twist: the majority of the main cast will be of color, playing the roles of white men and women. “It is very diverse and that was the goal,” sa...

[Opinion] “Let Them Eat Crap”

[Opinion]

Paxton Decker

October 21, 2019

The Past and Present of School Lunch “It kind of tastes like plastic,” senior Aimee Wolf said. “I refuse to eat it… like I go out to lunch because I can’t, I just can't.”  School lunch is often as common a complaint as our nightmare of a parking lot and swarms of people clogging the ha...

Humans of Grandview: Dylan Curry

Humans of Grandview: Dylan Curry

September 4, 2019

"I’m Dylan Curry. I live in Aurora, Colorado, but I was born near Seoul, South Korea. I was adopted super quick because white people love little fat asian babies. My birth parents were college students, and I was born out of wedlock . I am a senior and I plan to go to CSU and major in Biology and Zoology....

See You Next Year!

See You Next Year!

May 21, 2019

The Grandview Chronicle staff would like to thank each and every one of you for your support this year! Looking back at the 2018-2019 school year, we have had a great time and a lot of news to cover. Huge props to the Grandview community for allowing us to cover all of the exciting events and happ...

Grandview Summer Reading Book Fair at Barnes and Noble Southlands

Grandview Summer Reading Book Fair at Barnes and Noble Southlands

May 20, 2019

GHS Students! Purchase your summer reading book at Barnes and Noble Southlands during the week of May 26 – June 1 to help out the Grandview English Department. Simply tell the cashier that you would like to support Grandview, and a portion of your purchase will go to the English department.  A...

[Opinion] Teaching Is Much More Than a Fallback

[Opinion] Teaching Is Much More Than a Fallback

Emma Wilson

May 15, 2019

Why do teachers teach? “Teaching, for those who love it, gives us purpose,” said French teacher, Madame Farrier. Many view teaching as easy, and quite sub-par of a “dream job”. They do not see the value in becoming a teacher and undermine it as something for those sub-par in life. Teaching...

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