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I Want To Believe

I Want To Believe

Erika Rice January 23, 2023

Bill Konkolesky’s first memory is of a “little gray guy” entering his bedroom and staring down at him. Konkolesky, who was two years old, called for his parents, but by the time they arrived, the...

Senior Reese Culbertson reenacts the long hours of studying she completed for the SAT. She recounts the numerous hours she spent studying the outdated and extensive subjects covered on the SAT.

Standardized Testing Does More Harm Than Good

Leah Salzenstein, Managing Editor January 20, 2023

I look out the window of my dad’s car and wait for the sound of his disapproving sigh. “Well…you tried. I guess that’s all that really matters,” he says. Between his deep sigh and the reluctance...

Black Panther vs. Wakanda Forever

Black Panther vs. Wakanda Forever

Christina Jones, Writer January 20, 2023

Black Panther is a monumental Marvel film with a whopping 96% rating on rotten tomatoes. However, actor Chadwick Boseman, the star of the film, sadly died of colon cancer on August 28, 2020 . Succeeding...

Lunches at Groves with my friends.

Cafeteria Food Review

Flynn O'Connor, Writer January 20, 2023

School lunches are very important when considering the quality of a school. Today, I will see the quality of Groves High School lunches and determine what the public truly thinks about them. The first...

Boyne City Tourist Guide

Boyne City Tourist Guide

Katie Murawski, Editor January 18, 2023

A sneak peek into the horror that is the boys bathrooms

A sneak peek into the horror that is the boys’ bathrooms

Gabe Faber January 17, 2023

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

Me, reading these terrible internet criticisms.

You Can’t Change My Mind: Home Alone is the Greatest Christmas Movie of All Time

Erika Rice, Copy Editor December 15, 2022

Everyone’s a critic, and now, the Internet has turned against the best Christmas movie of all time— Chris Columbus’s 1990 masterpiece, Home Alone. Perhaps the biggest offender when it comes to...

Is the fall Starbucks menu overrated?

Is the fall Starbucks menu overrated?

Clara Sanjuan Orriols, Writer October 18, 2022

Finally it’s back. Many seem to be anticipating their favorite time of the year. Fall marks back to school season, football games, and of course, the fall Starbucks menu. I’ve always wondered what...

Empress Garden renovates their seating area in preparation for in-person dining. The new seating arrangement incorporates the original decorations and color scheme while giving the restaurant a more sleek and updated feel. The restaurant continues to uphold COVID safety measures to keep both their staff and customers safe.

Empress Gardens Review

Leah Salzenstein, Managing Editor October 11, 2022

Hidden within a lonely strip mall in Southfield, a small family run restaurant captures their customers' taste buds and lures them back for more. One of these regular customers is my grandpa- for decades...

Field Days most prized possession: The Bucket. Each grade level spends Spirit Week pawning for the honorary trophy that is this shiny metal tin.

A freshman’s guide to Groves Spirit Week

Sarah Weinhaus, Editor in chief October 5, 2022

‘The Bucket’, Field Day, Powderpuff – these unfamiliar terms can be quite overstimulating for a new student at Groves Highschool, especially a freshman. With no crash course in Spirit Week, one might...

Sophomore Kaitlyn Stievater expresses fear of being trapped in the never-ending cycle of bankruptcy. If she were to take Personal Finance, she could learn the multiple ways of avoiding financial mistakes.

Why personal finance should be a required course

Emma Schardt July 24, 2022

Senior Kate Silverman wishes she had learned how to file taxes, how to maintain a credit card, how to finance a house, how to reduce college debt, and how to open a savings account in one of her four years...

Vocal anti-vaxxer and anti-masker Christina Odell speaks at the Birmingham Public School District board meeting on October 17. In her speech, she mocked mask wearers and compared this current situation to the Marxist agenda. She wears her nametag on the side of her arm, an ode to Nazi soldiers who wore their swastikas armbands in the same place. Odell referred to COVID as a hoax, and not something to fret about. “It’s a virus, a germ; unfortunate, but youll survive,” Odell said.

Community members threaten those who support health protocols to prevent spread of COVID

July 17, 2022

“No masks for the kids. If you keep pushing this crap, we are going to find you people and tie a full mask to your face for years to come. Leave my children alone or you will be dealing with me." ...

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