June 1, 2020

Photos by: Kaitlyn Williams

I embrace my mother at my favorite restaurant, Imperial, after my 8th grade promotion on June 12, 2018. I wanted to thank her for always being so supportive about me wanting to attend Groves although the current school I was attending went up...

May 31, 2020

          Monday, March 16, 2020. On that day Governor Gretchen Whitmer mandated that all gyms were to be closed indefinitely in order to stop the spread of COVID-19.

          When I heard this news, I was immediately disappointed. I belong to a Pla...

May 31, 2020

Photos by Mackenzie Beem

The corona-virus pandemic has caused changes in testing. AP exams have been shortened and put online. I immediately panicked.

March 13 was the first day. I had worked the night before and was beyond happy that I wouldn’t have to attempt to finish...

May 16, 2020

Photo by Henry Ellenbogen

I eat dinner with my family on May 15. While my senior year is certainly not ending the way I had hoped it would, it is nice that I get to spend more time with my family throughout this lockdown.

This whole pandemic thing? I am not a fan of it.


                   Photo by: Grace Silcox

Senior advanced photography student Emma Stempien utilizes her blended class time to travel off campus and capture photos at Douglas Evans nature preserve on February 13. “Having blen...

May 15, 2020

In "Snappy's Happy Half Hour" there is a kid’s show in the grasp of a catastrophe. The producer named Luca or known as Maya Rudds is giving a jarring speech about how the show must be better which doesn't phase Ella Limbaugh or the farmer. The clown isn’t laughing at L...

May 15, 2020

Outerbanks, my newest Netflix obsession, has taken the number one trending spot on Netflix within two weeks of its release. With its thrilling and unpredictable plot, OBX is the perfect way to overcome quarantine boredom. 

The story takes place in the Outer Banks in Nor...

May 14, 2020

After arriving at camp, and getting situated, everyone makes way to the dock. This is where the big swim test takes place. As we jumped in the lake, the shock of cold water sent goose bumps down my spine. This wouldn't stop me from passing the most anticipated swim tes...

February 12, 2020

         I think all five areas, innocence and error, inadequate counsel, racial bias, arbitrariness and public safety, which mentioned in the Equal Justice Initiative (EJI) article are very important and definitely need fixing. However, I think the biggest problem wit...

February 10, 2020

        The biggest issue with the death penalty today is innocence and error. Even if one found the death penalty morally right, which I do not, many people who have been on death row have been found to be innocent (1 in 9 to be exact). When I think of that staggering...

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