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Injured Athletes - A Different Perspective

Injured Athletes – A Different Perspective

Cabrey O'Gorman, staff May 22, 2024

So many high school athletes are injured, primarily girls and it is usually their knee. There are many different types of knee injuries ranging from dislocating it, all the way to needing surgery. Most...

The Scriptor staffers at the 2024 prom.

10 things I learned from the Scriptor

Grace Raznick, Editor May 17, 2024

It is never too late in your high school career to join something new.  As a senior, it’s easy to shy away from joining new clubs and activities. However, I decided to take a risk and I took journalism....

Freshman, Sona Baldwin, holds many bags as she prepares for all the activities she has to attend after school.

The busy schedules of Groves students

Natalya Gjekaj, Reporter May 7, 2024

Outside of school, students have booming schedules. How do students balance school along with making time for family and friends, jobs and extracurriculars? I decided to ask Groves freshman Collin Gregory...

Teachers in Summer Wilderness Adventure in 2011 at Isle Royale National Park Lake Superior. (Left to right: Vanerman, Kotrba, Boyer, Wroblewski)

How has Groves changed?

Areeya Penzak and Ma'Leah Hayes May 6, 2024

Groves High School is constantly making renovations and changes to the school itself and its curriculum. During the span of four years, students can note several changes at Groves, and in the span of more...

The beauty of the Capitol building that shapes Michigan.

GSA meets the Senate

Grace Raznick, Editor May 6, 2024

Last week, 14 Groves students, including myself, had the privilege to visit the Capitol building with the Gender and Sexuality Alliance through their “It Gets Better” grant. While I had high expectations...

A big part of a students lives moving into junior and senior year is the opportunity to claim their spot in the Groves’ parking lot as a registered driver. However, without a license, many students are left out from this key experience and must rely on their friends and family to get a ride from them.

17 without a license

Piper Benaim, Reporter April 29, 2024

At the age of 16 and up, the world opens like a highway with each lane representing different possibilities and adventures. For many, this age brings the privileges of newfound freedom, independence and...

A photo of the outside of the Sphere, lit up purple, the morning of the concert.

A peek inside the Sphere: A U2 concert review

Mia Boland, Editor March 12, 2024

Starting on September 29, 2023 the Irish rock band U2 performed a series of shows every Friday, Saturday and Sunday night. Totaling in over 40 shows (originally intended to be a lesser amount, but 11 extra...

Governor Whitmer speaking to a crowd of students at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Michigan in the 2024 election: Understanding the significance of a battleground state

Sofia Audet-AbdulNour, Reporter March 8, 2024

What is a Swing State?  Not all political influence is created equal. Battleground states, in particular, attract more coverage, whether through political campaigns, advertising, or placing state issues...

If only we knew

If only we knew

Christina Jones March 8, 2024

Among the current 100 members serving in the United States Senate, there are only eight African Americans. That is 8%. Among the current 435 members serving in the United States House of Representatives,...

Author Maggie Locricchio on her first day of kindergarten. Little did she know she’d want to spend the rest of her life in a classroom.

Learning to teach

Maggie Locricchio, Editor March 5, 2024

“What do you want to be when you grow up?” A question that is as intimidating as it is exciting. A question that causes anxiety with a fear for the future. High schoolers dread this question but must...

A green sea turtle off the coast of Florida. Turtles are a huge part to the oceans ecosystem and are currently endangered.

Over-fishing: It’s detrimental to the sea

Alyson Rahl, Reporter March 4, 2024

About one third of the types of fish that humans consume have been overfished. This leaves the fish in danger of becoming extinct or endangered.    “Overfishing is caused because the ocean...

Good friends, senior Sofia Audet-AbdulNour and sophomore Charlisa Penzak, in Boston for a debate tournament.

The friendship recession at Groves

Kathryn Kubicz, Reporter March 1, 2024

If you have Gen X parents, it’s likely you’ve heard “Back in my day…” followed by the most Luddite scenario that has ever graced your consciousness.  “Back in my day, we looked up from...

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