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A Slice of Smock

A Slice of Smock

Kate Kerner

March 29, 2019

Brian Smock is your typical, run-of-the-mill sophomore. He's planning his future, figuring out his family life, and is part of a friend group he would die for. He has also moved over seven times, and is part of an Air Force family, so things like moving, hunting, and learning how to survive in the wil...

A Grand New View: Elene Barrenetxea

A Grand New View: Elene  Barrenetxea

Anushka Ravindran

March 29, 2019

After traveling over 5000 miles, from the Basque Country, Spain, to Colorado, Elene  Barrenetxea, Grandview junior, has grasped every opportunity that has come her way. Her story is unique because she is staying with Mr. Luetkenhaus, a teacher in the Social Studies Department here at Grandview. Elen...

Cuts for a Cause

Cuts for a Cause

Joseph Loya Ontiveros

March 25, 2019

Photos Courtesy of: Kristina Boyko and Ashley Wiedeman Someone's long awaited dream came true in February all thanks to Grandview. Stephen “Hawk”, Grandview’s 2019 Wish Week kid, can now go on a Disney cruise after Grandview raised over $30,000 for his wish. “Wish Week” is a time wher...

CyberSecurity at Grandview

CyberSecurity at Grandview

Paige Montgomery

March 9, 2019

You might recall in the past week or so being asked to change your password as you logged into my.cherrycreek. You might also recall setting some security questions. Then again, that might be too much to ask. After all, it was a week ago. The Cherry Creek School District as a whole had all students tha...

A Balanced Life

A Balanced Life

Josiel Loya Ontiveros

March 8, 2019

Photos courtesy of: Kate Altschuler Flexibility, strength, and impressive skills are all things that are required to be a gymnast. Achieving these skills is hard enough, but imagine doing them for eight years, and five years competitively, with hours of practices each week. At seven years old, ...

Artist Spotlight: Chipo Muzilikazi

Artist Spotlight: Chipo Muzilikazi

Sami Stuart

February 18, 2019

Photos courtesy of: Chipo Muzilikazi Chipo Muzilikazi is just your average Grandview junior. She has lots of homework, a job, and a close-knit group of friends. Oh, and she’s also an African immigrant, singer/songwriter and actress. So if ‘average’ means very unique and e...

Let Americans Work Again

Let Americans Work Again

Kate Kerner

February 4, 2019

The world was ending. Or, at least the U.S government was. The 2018-2019 shutdown of the U.S. government was the longest shut down in U.S. history. On January 25, when the shutdown reached a peak of 35 days, the President and Congress reached an agreement that instead of...

Weight Room For Improvement?

Weight Room For Improvement?

Josiel Loya Ontiveros

January 25, 2019

Grandview's athletic equipment isn't bad, but there's room for improvement. Having the same athletic equipment for nearly 20 years is no good for a school with pride and honor when it comes down to being a top athletic school, especially if we are the ones who get hurt or affected by the ol...

All Eyez on Me

All Eyez on Me

Rayne Ware

January 23, 2019

If it was up to me, I would be at CT or Eaglecrest. As a black student at Grandview, I am one of the many that just want to get the school year over with and I feel that young, educated, minority men and women shouldn’t have to endure certain minor indirectly racist comments, glares, and sl...

Bilingualism Brings Big Benefits

Bilingualism Brings Big Benefits

Julia Cacciavillani

January 14, 2019

你可以获得这个奖项 이 상을받을 수 있습니다. Vous pouvez obtenir ce prix Você pode obter este prêmio Sie können diese Auszeichnung erhalten Вы можете получить эту награду आपको यह पुरस्कार मिल सकता ...

Crime Comes to Grandview

Crime Comes to Grandview

Paige Montgomery

January 14, 2019

This year’s school wide read was The 57 Bus by Dashka Slater. “Every year, starting last year, we pick out a book that is supposed to be targeted towards high school aged students that wouldn't commonly be taught in an English class,” said librarian and teacher Holly Hogarth, “It is ...

Hero for the Homeless

Hero for the Homeless

Joseph Loya-Ontiveros

January 14, 2019

On December 16, 2018, in downtown Denver, Senior David Velasque and his mom decided to make an organized drive for the homeless. The organized drive, of course, took some time before everything was arranged. “It took a week at most cause you know it is my first time doing it - ...

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