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The Rock in the front of the pool doors entrance displays the popular Spartan Strong logo, coined from the MSU tragedy.

Spartan Strong

Alexis Auten and Sophie Piotrowicz May 5, 2023

“East Lansing thought that this was going to be a massacre,” said Emma Demarco. A former student at Groves and editor for The Scriptor, Demarco has recently been through the tragic shooting at Michigan...

Left to right, top to bottom:
Row One: Quinn Rice and Corinne Alrawi, Owen Glossinger, Madeline Zdrojewski, Xavier Drake
Row Two: Gigi Maki, Morgan Goodrich, Emmanuel Scobie
Row Three: Cameron Beem, Rachel and Jai Downing, Blair Jacobs and Haley Sherman, and Justin Acey Photos by Helena Zweig (April 17)

Groves Performing Arts Company showing the high school adaptation of Clue

Helena Zweig April 21, 2023

Was it Mr. Green in the ballroom with the candlestick?  Or perhaps Professor Plum with the lead pipe? There are so many ways this classic game could go, but always one main goal in Clue: discover the...

ASA Club president Sanuthi Wickramasinghe (right) and co-president Noemie Allane (left) present their agenda presentation for the meeting on April 4, 2023. I would love to have more activities to be able to bring people in and to hopefully have people connect more with their culture and with other information, Wickramasinghe said.

Groves student organizes the Asian Students Association in order to educate the community on Asian culture

Mia Boland April 21, 2023

Looking for an after school activity? Groves offers many clubs made to suit just about anyone and everyone. In January, a new club was started. Sophomore Sanuthi Wickramasinghe created the Asian Student...

Students walking to class during passing time.

Switching to Semesters

Katie Murawski, Section Editor March 7, 2023

Did you know Groves is planning to switch to semesters within 2-3 years? Here’s what Dr. Smith said the current, but still in progress, plan is… As many of you may or may not know, our school will...

How Super Bowl LVII went down

How Super Bowl LVII went down

Dane Dimmer, Writer March 6, 2023

In the end there were only two. The #1 seed in the NFC, the Philadelphia Eagles, coming off a 38-7 victory over the New York Giants in the divisional and a 31-7 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in...

Straight from the pages of his mother’s scrapbook, this picture shows Arvid and his brother Eren on a snowy day in Belgium. This memory is one of many from Arvid’s childhood - adventures throughout Europe and beyond. From Belgium and Estonia, to Turkey, Greece and France, Arvid and his family have traveled far and experienced many cultures.

Culture shocks at Groves

Leah Salzenstein, Managing Editor March 3, 2023

As someone who hopes to travel the world some day, experience new cultures and try some unique cuisine, I often forget that I can open my eyes to new perspectives right here at Groves. Maybe in ten years...

The African Americans Changing Tomorrow club organized and broadcasted an MLK special activity for students just three days prior to the release of a racist exchange between students over social media, on January 12.

Groves administration responds to racist threats among students

Sarah Weinhaus and Elise Wagner January 19, 2023

Tensions were high as students returned back to school this Tuesday, January 17, following an incident made apparent during this past MLK weekend. A screenshot of a text conversation involving numerous...

A Look into the  Bathrooms at Groves High School

A Look into the Bathrooms at Groves High School

Gabe Faber, Staff January 17, 2023

Nature Calls! No matter how hard we might try to avoid it, everyone has to go. Relieving yourself in a personal bathroom is not always an option—sometimes you have no choice but to use the dreaded public...

Viral photo depicts threatening messages written on the wall of a Bloomfield Hills Bathroom. on November 9, 2021. The message stating “Kill All N*****””  immediately spread through the social media app Snapchat on November 9, 2021. This specific message is what sprung students into action and into leading a school wide walkout. “Racism has always been a problem with this school and really any school. This time at our school it was publicized. The constant outbreaks and continuation of these acts was at an all time high to the point where it felt like it was a trend,” Holimon said.

Bloomfield Hills students call for justice and administrative action amongst racist threats

Emma Demarco March 21, 2022

Students entered Bloomfield Hills high school and saw “Kill All N*****’s” scrawled in pen on one of their bathroom walls on November 9,2021. There are even more messages similar to that one that...

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,...

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