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Olivia Rodrigo stopped midway through her concert in Detroit, MI to perform the songs “logical” and “enough for you” on a floating purple moon. These two songs contrast with this article because the songs are ironic since some states are being illogical and think that women aren’t “enough” to receive reproductive health care.

Olivia Rodrigo launches Fund 4 Good

Ireland Kopsch, Editor April 8, 2024

Olivia Rodrigo has recently announced a new initiative in support of reproductive rights, launched in cooperation with her GUTS World Tour. The “vampire” singer took to her official fan page’s TikTok...

Mont Tremblant is a beautiful destination year round to visit and immerse yourself in Canadian culture.

5 things you absolutely have to do at Mont Tremblant

Marta Jimenez Pelay, Reporter March 5, 2024

Winter break might be over, but guess what's coming up? Spring break! If you are looking for any close, almost last minute destinations, Mont Tremblant is the place for you. Mont Tremblant has been a very...

Who is Grammy winner Victoria Monét?

Who is Grammy winner Victoria Monét?

Abigail Camaj, Reporter March 4, 2024

There are some artists out there in the music industry who don’t deserve their titles, but Victoria Monét is not one of them. Monét has been making music since 2015 when she first debuted her album...

Sussman highlights her career in New York City as coming from her time in Birmingham Public Schools. She puts emphasis on the importance of chasing after your goals and putting yourself in the best position.

Rachel Sussman’s Broadway success inspires students

Gracie Raznick and Samantha Jacobs February 15, 2024

On February 8, students at Groves High School were given the opportunity to meet Broadway producer Rachel Sussman. Sussman is known for her incredible contributions to social justice and theater, but before...

Bratz and Barbie besties! Annie on the left is team Barbie and Wynter, on the right, is team Bratz!

Bratz vs Barbie

Wynter Wright, Reporter February 6, 2024

Do you believe that expressing all parts yourself is important? Using creativity to express yourself, whether through clothing or makeup, is significant to many people. People also prioritize representation...

Taylor Swift Performing during the final days of her 2013 Red tour at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville.

Taylor’s Version

Marta Jimenez Pelay, Leah Kutinsky, and Abigail Camaj February 5, 2024

Taylor Swift, the world-famous singer-songwriter, has influenced society with her re-recordings, also known as “Taylor’s Version”.  Swift's re-recordings started when her music was stolen by...

Willy Wonkas mom putting the finishing touches on the chocolate bars paper wrapper after making the bar homemade.

Reviewing the wonderful world of Wonka

Mia Boland and Katie Murawski February 5, 2024

Well, there’s chocolate, and there’s chocolate! Only Wonka’s makes your confidence sky-rocke-let! Yet another Willy Wonka movie was released this December; an age-old movie reinvented yet again,...

Travis Scott performing merely a couple feet away from reporter, Kevin Sazgari.

CIRCUS MAXIMUS: Travis Scott in Detroit

Kevin Sazgari, Reporter January 31, 2024

In the heart of Detroit, a concert at Little Caesars had been brewing for months and months and was finally upon us. Fans of the Houston-born psychedelic trap legend, Travis Scott, gathered for what most...

Our flag means death on queer love

Our flag means death on queer love

Kathryn Kubicz, Staff January 29, 2024

At the end of Ms. Lauryn Hill’s 1998 song Lost Ones, a keyboard synthesizer faded out into the ambiance of a New Jersey elementary classroom. Ras Baraka, an activist, led the students in an improvised...

(Image is free use via Canva Germany GmbH).

Are Movies Losing Quality?

Jose Serrano, Staff January 26, 2024

Now that 2023 is over, we can reflect on all the good movies released last year. But if there is one thing we can note, many movies are losing audiences and money. Therefore, let's hear Groves’ opinion...

Groves Juniors, Antonia Pancoast, Sabrina Schlotterer, and Mia Boland dress up to see Barbie together.

2023 Wrapped

Alyson Rahl and Maggie Wehler January 26, 2024

So many trends come and go within a year, you may not even notice they have been left in the past! This is Groves High School's 2023 year in review, our “2023 Wrapped”. In the past year, we have gone...

Skins and weapons from the Fortnite: Chapter 5 update.

Fortnite update comes to Groves

Gabe Faber, Editor November 10, 2023

  The year is 2018. A blizzard from the night before canceled school for the day. You’re wrapped up in a cozy blanket, controller in hand. Out the window lay a mountain of snow forbidding you...

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