In a traditional courtroom you will find the prosecutors, the defense lawyers, and you will find the witnesses ready to present their case. Mock Trial is a simulation of exactly that, where you compete against other teams... Read More »
Student’s will no longer have Mediterranean or pie lunch options after the closure of two prominent Gaslight Village stores. Olga’s Kitchen and Sweetalicious bakery were both recently closed, in October and July res... Read More »
On Nov. 9, 2016, the first National Signing day of the year will be held in the school’s cafeteria directly after school. Students, families, and friends are welcomed to gather in and celebrate the hard work of East Grand Rap... Read More »
People who have given up their lives working to create change in society deserve to be honored and their ideals recognized. The East Grand Rapids orchestra has found a great way of remembering the actions of Wall Street repo... Read More »
While walking down the hallways of EGRHS, you are bound to see several people walking down the halls with their headphones in. Although some people find no issue with this, I see a problem.
In a study conducted by Sta... Read More »
Required reading. Two simple words that can cause stress, boredom, and maybe even the slightest grunt or roll of the eyes. It’s no secret than many high school students consider reading assigned English texts to be a chore, no... Read More »
It’s not uncommon for a high schooler to waste away their summer days hanging out at home, avoiding the sun that they’ll so dearly wish for in a few short months. This was not the case for Jill Woodhouse ‘17. Woodh... Read More »
East Grand Rapids yet again expands their talents abroad when Abby Schneider ‘17 and Anna Baerman ‘18 went to Austria and the Czech Republic to play the cello and viola respectively.
Anna and Abby helped set up numerous indepen... Read More »