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Bespectacled: Grandview's Local Booktuber -- Q&A

Bespectacled: Grandview’s Local Booktuber — Q&A

Katie Fisher, Writer April 5, 2021

 Photo Credit: Maya Epstein   Channel Link:    I was recently able to sit down with Maya Epstein, who shared some insight into her growing...

Photo taken by Ishany Rojas.

Chatting with Scholastic Art Fair Winners: Q&A

Katie Fisher and Dibo Elango February 9, 2021

Last week, a few select individuals were awarded placings in the Scholastic Art Fair. Students received Gold and Silver Keys along with Honorable mentions as recognition for their magnificent work.   The...

Senior Artist Deadline 2/19/21

Senior Artist Deadline 2/19/21

January 26, 2021

Attention art students, are you a senior who has been involved in the visual arts program at Grandview? The Grandview Art Department encourages you to apply to be one of Grandview’s “Senior...

A Letter to the Editor

A Letter to the Editor

Kayla Espinosa , Guest Writer January 13, 2021

In this current social climate, there is so much happening. There has been an overabundance of COVID cases and deaths. The Black Lives Matter movement as well as others have been strongly acknowledged....

Writer's Den. Illustration by Jay Schmetz

The Writers’ Den- Issue #2

November 3, 2020

The Writers' Den is back! Click this link for  the second issue!

Writer's Den. Illustration by Jay Schmetz

Writers’ Den- Issue #1

Mr. Varca October 1, 2020

Grandview's literary magazine is back with a new name: Writers' Den. Check out their first issue right here! If you have any interest in being a part of the Den, please contact Mr. Eggleston.

Congrats to Grandview's Senior Artist Award Winners of 2020!

Congrats to Grandview’s Senior Artist Award Winners of 2020!

2020 Winners are: Grace Holmes, Keely McDaniel, Nick Turner, Acelynn Coy, and Kiefer Kraske
May 3, 2020

Congrats to: Grace Holmes, Keely McDaniel, Nick Turner, Acelynn Coy, and Kiefer Kraske. To view the galleries of these talented artists, click here!

Cool, snowy night at 16th Street

Serenity in the City

March 4, 2020

  By: Jace DiCola Homework, work, homework, work, homework, work.  As the semester goes on, SATs, ACTs, and finals only creep closer, and for many students, it seems like all there is to do in...

Artist Profile: Samantha Park

Artist Profile: Samantha Park

February 19, 2020

Story by: Sophia Vertido  Photos courtesy of: Samantha Park Over the years, Grandview’s Art Department has never failed to suit the needs of students who simply just want to make art. As a result,...



February 11, 2020

By: Emma Wilson and Ezra Vanegas Grandview’s highschool administration is trying to provide students a safe place to talk called Advisory. In the future, Advisory will allow incoming classmen to talk...

[Opinion] Retrospect

[Opinion] Retrospect

December 16, 2019

By: Emma Wilson The decade ends in less than a month, which means your childhood is ending in a matter of days. We had Disney Channel classics such as Wizards of Waverly Place and Hannah Montana...

[Opinion] The show will go on, but at what cost?

[Opinion] The show will go on, but at what cost?

Jori O'Grady and doing November 22, 2019

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...

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