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I lay in the grass under a tombstone, imitating the death of yet another anti-vaxxer. The message engraved on the tombstone on the shirt, “I Did My Own Research”, repeats those who deny science and to ignore the advice of medical experts to do their own “Google” searches. This mentality is detrimental to our community as it causes the continuous spread of misinformation and repeatedly calls for the end of the very practices that can end this pandemic..

DeMarco’s Mark: Anti-vaccine/mask community must stop denying science to help end this pandemic.

Emma Demarco July 24, 2022

Michigan recently became the number COVID hot spot in the nation. Just like COVID, hate against COVID protections has contaminated our district and even its board meetings. When speaking to the board...

The Groves basketball team celebrates their win over rival Seaholm with junior guard Jack Abbott after he scored a game-winning layup. “It was so fun playing this game. Good sportsmanship between Groves and Seaholm and a close game is a regular occurrence for us,” Abbott said.

Groves boys basketball team overtakes Seaholm 40-38 in cross town rivalry

Jake Rosenwasser January 21, 2022

Tied 38-38, with seven seconds left in the game, Groves junior guard Jack Abbott intercepted a pass intended for Seaholm junior forward Timothy Wilt. Abbott grasped the ball and hustled down the court,...

The oversized thought bubble reading, “Detroit Never Left.”  included in a large, vibrant mural is located on Gratiot Avenue near Eastern Market on January 9. Detroit continues to focus on rebuilding, growing and drawing people into the city.  The Improve Detroit mobile app makes it accessible for anyone to report issues such as running water, damaged street signs, and potholes directly to the City Hall.

Magic moments in Motown: Detroit’s comeback

Kate Goldstein, Staff Writer January 17, 2022

  Detroit in one word: progressive. Ever since I was little, I recall hearing “What happened to Detroit?”, “I don’t feel safe there anymore,” and “Detroit used to be such a nice...

Sophomore Naveah Cochran-McKay jumps to obtain the ball before her Seaholm opponent at the Little Caesars Arena as part of the Court of Dreams program on December 19. “Theres definitely a ton of intensity because Seaholm is our rival. This pushes us to do better because we want to show them up,”  Cochran-McKay said.

Groves’ girls varsity basketball team defeats Seaholm at Little Caesars Arena

Samantha Jacobs, Staff Writer January 17, 2022

The lights were brighter. The crowd was bigger. The cheering was louder. Everything was amplified as Groves' girls basketball team faced off against Seaholm at the Little Caesars Arena after the Detroit...

With a smile spread across my face, I prepare to blow out the candles on my eighth birthday cake during October of 2012. My mom stands behind in admiration, with her arms wrapped around me

Hoping it will never be the last hug

Sarah Weinhaus December 15, 2021

They would all be in high school today. Some of them freshmen, some seniors, maybe they’d be graduated and enjoying their first years of college. They’d be learning new things. Leading social lives,...

Team captains senior RJ Carrell, senior Dylan Brown, and junior Nolen Kovan hold the Division 2 Boys Tennis State Championship trophy, before being honored during the football game’s halftime on October 22.

Boys varsity tennis team brings home The State Title

Sarah Weinhaus November 24, 2021

  “Nobody really expected us to win,” junior two doubles player Dylan Wolf said. The boys varsity tennis team entered the state championship as underdogs, but left as champions on October...

Senior Karen Austin emerges from the water to take a breath. She glides through the water during her 100 fly at the league meet on November 3.

Division 1 commit senior Karen Austin leads the Groves girls swim team during their 2021 season

Chadwick ColeNovember 24, 0202

She earned Scholastic All-American. She committed to a Division 1 school, University at Buffalo. She led Groves to a 2nd place finish at the 2021 league meet. Senior Karen Austin has made it her...

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