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As spring break quickly approaches students share vacation plans

Pierce Ruppert, Staff Writer

You can feel it in the air. The birds are chirping and the sun is rising early. Spring is on it’s way. As always, one of the biggest events of Spring in Michigan is Spring break. If you haven’t noticed, the countdown f...

March 7

Erin Smith and Sam Longstreth set to emcee Variety Show this weekend

Kate Olsson, Staff Writer

Every year, East Grand Rapids High School students showcase their creativity and talents in the always entertaining variety show. Auditions took place on January 16th and 17th and were held by Mr. Kawel who runs the show....

March 3

Aspiring lawyers gear up for mock trial season

Katherine Lykins, Staff Writer

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...

December 5

Two prominent Gaslight Village establishments close

Ben Sagritalo, Staff Writer

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...

December 5

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Opinion

There is no place like home

Hallie Butterer, Maura Burns, and Halsey Smith

March 9

Fake fans are everywhere

Fake fans are everywhere

Hallie Butterer, Staff Writer

February 2

‘USA!’ chant banned at OK Conference football games

‘USA!’ chant banned at OK Conference football games

Keagan Haulenbeek, Editor in Chief

October 18

The medical debate: vaccinations

Hannah Stuursma, Staff Writer

October 18

Grade inflation skyrockets: C is no longer average

Shannon Ors, Web Editor

October 18

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Columns

The Women’s March on Washington, ‘There sure was a lot of love’

The sea of pink started as a tiny trickle in Grand Rapids. By the time we hit Ohio, the pink migration grew into a steady flow toward the southeast. The closer we got to Washingto...

February 13

Lykins or not: November election grows closer

Lykins or not: November election grows closer

October 19

Grace is trying…

Grace is trying…

October 18

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Students and teachers take a second look at the required reading curriculum

Nora Verdier, Contributing Writer

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...

October 26

Jill Woodhouse goes to Nepal for adventure

Jill Woodhouse goes to Nepal for adventure

Sophie Ackermann, Staff Writer

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...

October 10

EGR students perform cello in Europe

EGR students perform cello in Europe

Alexandros Adamopoulos, Staff Writer

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...

October 10

Falling into fashion

Falling into fashion

Grace Brooks, Staff Writer

Flannels are a nice comfortable choice of clothing for this upcoming autumn weather. The soft woven fabric will keep you warm as you sip your pumpkin spice latte or go on a nature walk to enjoy the changing color of lea...

October 3

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