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The Little Mermaid: Representation or Tokenism?

Faith Whitted, Staff May 5, 2023

The upcoming live-action The Little Mermaid film- in theaters May 26, 2023- starring Halle Bailey, has brought up debates about positive representation and tokenism in Hollywood. The original The Little...

Vogue 2023 Spring Fashion Week

Vogue 2023 Spring Fashion Week

Maya Rudds, Staff May 4, 2023

SPRING IS IN THE AIR!!!! The weather is getting warmer and it's almost time for spring fashion week. I split the latest trends and newest fashions into 5 categories so you can figure out what's in and...

Photo by Samantha Jacobs. Photo of Michigan Youth Ambassador for the Tourette Association of America, Samantha Jacobs, outside Michigan Senator Gary C. Peters’ office, just after meeting with one of their representatives to discuss the Tourette Association of America’s 2023 congressional asks.

Youth Ambassador Program: Why it matters

Samantha Jacobs, Staff May 1, 2023

Tourette Syndrome is a neurodevelopmental disorder that causes someone to say and do things that they cannot control. These things are called tics. Living with Tourette isn’t easy. Whether you have...

SZA ended her show with a performance of the song Good Days”. While in a large billowing red dress, she sang on an elevated platform above the stage, the same one she initially started on. The visuals projected showed the sun rising over the ocean, the calm after the storm. The end of the show served as a reminder to the audience that despite the call for SOS, there are always good days to look forward to. 

Date: Feb 24 2022

A Sneak Peek into SZA’s SOS Tour

Ireland Kopsch, Staff April 25, 2023

SZA, an R&B sensation from St. Louis, has spent 10 weeks at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. As her third performance on her U.S. tour, she performed for over 15,000 fans at Little Caesars Arena in...

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What to do if you’re staying home for Spring Break

Alexis Auten March 23, 2023

Spring Break is just around the corner Groves’ students will return April 3 with sun tans, sandy hair, and relaxed minds. But, for the students who aren’t going somewhere this break, the challenge...

The GSC committee celebrates their hard work during the charity week assembly.

It’s Pronounced Vis-ta, not Vee-sta

Maggie Locricchi, Writer February 10, 2023

It's that time of the year again, when smiles are spread and pockets are emptied— Charity Week, a fan favorite at Groves High School. The Groves Student Congress organizes activities to raise money to...

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...

Author watching the movies.

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...

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...

Boyne City Tourist Guide

Boyne City Tourist Guide

Katie Murawski, Editor January 18, 2023

Preparing for a stellar shot, Miller keeps his eyes on the ball and his focus in range during his game against Detroit Country Day on September 15, 2022.

Groves’ own Mori Miller to play college level soccer this fall

Nolen Kovan January 18, 2023

Pitzer College:  a small liberal arts college located in Claremont, California. When most people think of schools in California, they think of Stanford, USC or UCLA, but for senior soccer star Mori Miller,...

The Groves girls at West Bloomfield, awaiting tip-off.

Girls Varsity Basketball team works for the W

Maggie Locricchi, Writer January 18, 2023

Underdogs— also known as the athletes with some of the greatest stories of our time. How does one team prepare for a challenge? How does a player walk into a game knowing fate is not on their side? Groves’...

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