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Taylor Swift celebrating at a Chiefs game, unaware of the cameras facing her.

Did Taylor Swift ruin the Super Bowl?

Leah Kutinsky, Reporter March 1, 2024

Taylor Swift is a great girlfriend and tries to support her boyfriend Travis Kelce, who is a tight end on the Chiefs, by attending his football games. Many people are glad to see her there, especially...

Groves hallway at the beginning of 5th hour, the hallway is completely empty as the 10-10 rule prevents anyone from being in the hallway.

Groves’ new rules: are they causing more harm than good?

Jack Stillwagon, Reporter March 1, 2024

In prison, bathroom usage is restricted and inmates are only allowed outside of their cell at certain times. If prisoners are found outside their cell, they are punished. These regulations are eerily similar...

Seniors Lilia Chung and Gracie Raznick pose for a photo at Groves annual homecoming. Senior Lilia Chung is apart of planning Groves first snowco after years without a winter dance.

How to look stylish at snowco

Grace Raznick January 19, 2024

This snowy season, one new addition is being made to bring extra winter magic to groves students: a new winter dance called Snowco. The buzz about this dance around the school hallways has been unmatched....

Groves point guard Jacey Roy drives past a Novi defender, setting up for a pass out to the wing. Roy has been on the varsity team since a freshman, and plays a key role in Groves rotation.

Groves girls’ basketball deserves our support

Editorial Staff January 11, 2024

It’s basketball season at Groves, and no, that doesn’t just mean boys’ basketball season.  The boys’ varsity team gets a lot of traction on social media as well as at games, but their  counterparts,...

Groves needs a winter dance

Groves needs a winter dance

Editorial Staff January 9, 2024

Were you aware that Groves is having a winter formal this January? A group of seniors in Groves Student Congress have been hard at work crafting up a fun night of dancing, playing games and getting into...

Birmingham Public Schools needs to be more inclusive towards religious observances

Birmingham Public Schools needs to be more inclusive towards religious observances

Editorial Staff December 21, 2023

Why aren’t other religious holidays included in winter break? Shouldn’t they be since the student body has Christmas off? The Scriptor Staff has uncovered the reason for this. The next question is...

A GMC car parked not only on a segment of yellow, horizontal striped lines in the Groves student parking lot— indicating that the space is not a parking spot— but parked so that their tire and mirror are protruding upon the path of other cars driving by. Disregard for parking lot etiquette (and rules) is a common issue at Groves.

Reforms are needed to make student parking lot safer

Editorial Staff December 19, 2023

When it comes to danger, many people think of sharks and saws. Here at the Scriptor, we think of the Groves student parking lot. From speeding through the lot to parking in nonexistent spots, the inexperience...

How old is too old to trick-or-treat?

How old is too old to trick-or-treat?

Gabe Faber, Editor October 24, 2023

When it first started, Halloween was celebrated to signify the end of summer and welcome the harvest. Back then, people would go door to door, singing songs and pulling pranks. Farmers used turnips instead...

Sylvie Ball photographed a wide range of Groves attendants including staff, students and teachers around the school. The collage of photos is intended to highlight the diversity of the movie, and the Barbie tagline “You Can Be Anything.

It’s Bigger Than Barbie

Sylvie Ball, Editor October 10, 2023

Barbie: 12 Dancing Princesses; Barbie: Princess Charm School; Barbie: In a Mermaid Tale; Barbie And The Three Musketeers— these are all examples of peak cinema, in my seven-year-old self's opinion. She...

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Kicks for the Red Carpet

Grace Raznick, Reporter September 22, 2023

Groves’ iconic Homecoming night is quickly approaching. While Groves students prepare for a “night to remember,” common anxiety amongst the students is determining the best footwear: heels or sneakers.  When...

The Playa Bowl menu has a large variety of bowl bases including acai, coconut, green, pitaya, banana, chia seed pudding, along with smoothies, oatmeal bowls, and fresh juices. You’re guaranteed to find something you like, whether you’re in the mood for something sweet, tart, or savory, and if you can’t pick between two things, you have the option to order a mixed bowl, with your choice of any two bases on the menu.

Playa Bowls Food Review

Eve Kutinsky, Staff May 26, 2023

Playa Bowls has recently opened a new location that has gained a lot of attention. Groves students flock there every day at lunch, withstanding the long lines to enjoy a smoothie, acai bowl, oatmeal bowl,...

These spicy mussels were a part of their weekly special selection when I was there. This was my first time trying mussels and at first I was very intimidated to try them because I was worried that they would be chewy and gross, but these mussels were cooked to perfection. They were soft, sweet and had the perfect amount of spice, which paired great with the delicate flavor of the mussels, creating an ample space for other flavors to take up, making it so enjoyable.

Edo Ramen & Sushi Review

Ireland Kopsch, Staff May 25, 2023

Are you planning on hanging out in Royal Oak? Is your favorite food sushi or ramen? If so, check out Edo Ramen! It is located at 4313 W. 13 Mile Road. Since its opening in January 2018, the restaurant...

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