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Girls Basketball Attendance

Niki Ezeh, Staff Writer

May 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Every friday night, the excitement and adrenaline of a home basketball game runs through the bodies of all 11 players on the Girls Varsity team. Impatiently waiting for the remaining seconds of the fourth quarter of the boys gam...

When is it too early to start touring colleges?

Auden Elliott, News Editor

May 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

College tour pictures plaster your instagram and parents and relatives start asking you what school you want to go to freshman year; the question begs to be asked: When is too early? As the enrollment rates for American college...

Jank or Dank: Safe Driving In The Senior Lot

Jack Theut, Business Manager

May 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

You leave the house at 7:30, rush to the senior lot. Oh no, there's no spots left. You frantically drive around and see the last spot remaining you press down on the accelerator and skerrrrt round the bend. Kapow, you feel a thud....

Choosing the right college

Hub Hejna, Staff Writer

May 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Finding the right college is a very stressful and important process for rising seniors. It’s time and thought-consuming, and is often piled on top of an already-packed school schedule. However, in order to make sure you are...

Jank or Dank Kabookie Week

Jack Theut, Business Manager

May 22, 2017

Filed under Opinion

As Kabookie Week approaches it is evident that there are some significant changes taking place. The old format did a great job making the students at East Grand Rapids High School aware of mental health issues. However the new...

Being a new kid in a school you have attended for 12 years

Shannon Ors, Web Editor

May 11, 2017

Filed under Opinion, Showcase

Growing up in East Grand Rapids it is easy to become blinded to the fact that it is quite an anomaly to have rosters of sports teams and playbills of drama productions that are comprised of students who have been participating...

Senior exam exemptions

Annie Meyer-Rasmussen, Opinion Editor

April 25, 2017

Filed under Opinion

As I look forward to graduation, I can’t help but notice the senior exams scheduled for the Monday and Tuesday beforehand. Although I know they won’t ruin the week, I don’t think seniors should have to take exams at all. The ...

There is no place like home

Hallie Butterer, Maura Burns, and Halsey Smith

March 9, 2017

Filed under Opinion

Asha Lewis Imagine staying in one place for your entire life. Grow up there, live there, go to school there, maybe leave for college but return, raise a family, and retire there. This may sound ridiculous to travel-lovers and exp...

Fake fans are everywhere

Fake fans are everywhere

February 2, 2017

Unhealthy Sleeping Patterns

Katherine Lykins, Staff Writer

January 9, 2017

Filed under Opinion

I remember the good old days, back during holiday break when I had a simple pattern: eat, sleep, repeat… And not much else. Now i'm swung back into the chaos of being a standard high school student, trying to squeeze homework in ...

School on snow days

Shannon Ors, Staff Writer

December 15, 2016

Filed under Opinion

Perhaps the only type of alarm that can elicit a celebration in the early morning of a school day is that of a dinging text message delivering the blissful words that school is cancelled. However, just before students can doze o...