Walk Out

Never Again. That was the rallying cry for students who participated in the walkout Wednesay in remembrance of the 17 students killed at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida. Student leaders planned this event, including several student speakers and a march around the school to show solidarity along with the rest of the students in country fighting gun violence. Senior Colton Tinsley was one of the speakers at the walkout and felt strongly about ending gun violence. As seen in the words on his poster: "Never Again. #MENEXT? Thoughts and Prayers are not enough." Despite this, in his speech to fellow students, Tinsely emphasized the need for unity and compassion. “Today is

Review on Leo's Coney Island

As soon as I walked into the Leo’s Coney Island in Birmingham all of the different smells hit me like a ton of bricks. As the door closed, I could feel all the attention come on to me. People were staring at me as if I walked in with no pants on. I looked to my right and the sign said seat yourself. I decided the most comfortable spot in the restaurant was a booth near the kitchen. I picked up the menu and looked it over as i was deciding what I would like a waitress came over and asked me what I would like to drink. I decided water was the best decision considering the fact I was still playing basketball as me and my friends went to sit down at our seat. The service here is relatively dece

The Game at Little Caesars Arena

On February 5th 2018 the varsity Groves basketball team traveled to Little Caesars Arena to face Farmington High School. Although our Falcons lost 64-57, the players had a great experience playing on the big stage. The boys basketball team has been practicing very hard everyday preparing for this game. While the team was at the arena everyone on the varsity team played at least 10 minutes. The boys played hard, but came up short due to a few turnovers at the end of the game. Although they came up short they didn’t let that discourage them. Going into the game we were able to sit down and interview co captain Mitchell Pitts. While speaking to Mitchell we asked him a few questions regarding th

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