Seniors Sean Casey and Max Schweikert propel Bucs to split with Rockford

Seniors Sean Casey and Max Schweikert propel Bucs to split with Rockford

Jack Reus, Reporter
May 23, 2017
Filed under Sports, Top Stories

What: The Bucs split a doubleheader against their rival, the Rockford Rams on Monday night. Pitching was excellent in both games by Sean Casey and Max Schweikert resulting in two low scoring battles, the first of which was a loss for the Bucs, 3-2. The second game had more offensive help in a 6-3 victo...

Bucs face tough Grand Rapids Catholic Central team

Bucs face tough Grand Rapids Catholic Central team

Jack Reus, Reporter
May 19, 2017
Filed under Sports

What: The Bucs host the Cougars of Grand Rapids Catholic Central and hope to continue their winning ways. Grand Haven has got off to a solid start, already tying their amount of wins from last season and are currently sitting at second in the OK-Red with a 13-13 record. This is a big game for the Bu...

Improve your life with enthusiasm

Improve your life with enthusiasm

Jack Reus, Reporter
May 12, 2017
Filed under Opinion

Being enthusiastic and happy is a part of my daily routine. People ask me how I maintain such a positive attitude all the time, and I tell them it is just part of who I am. I love being happy.  I try to be confident in myself and make the best out of whatever situation I’m in. But I haven’t alwa...

Mastering mindfulness

Mastering mindfulness

Sarah Jane Chrysler and Ben Ingall
February 23, 2017
Filed under In-Depth, Top Stories

In the last five years GHHS has lost at least one student per year to suicide; each one striking the community and helping to uncover the fact that a mental illness epidemic has struck the area. In an attempt to combat this, local schools have asked students what would benefit them, in terms of helping...

Staff editorial: Stronger in solidarity

Staff editorial: Stronger in solidarity

Staff
December 15, 2016
Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Religion has become an increasingly complex and touchy subject to talk about. In 2016 there have been bombings, hate speeches and even riots in the name of religious beliefs. It is not just one group either. Between organizations such as ISIS and Westboro Baptist Church, it seems as though there is no...

New Staff Member: Chelsea Bender

New Staff Member: Chelsea Bender

Alexis VanSingel, News Editor
September 20, 2016
Filed under News, Top Stories

What brought you to Grand Haven? I’m from West Michigan originally, from Montague. We used to live in Denver and we wanted to be closer to home. When I saw there was an opening here, Grand Haven’s a great school a community to be a part of, and so it was a perfect place to be.   Wh...

New Staff Member: Jason Tester

New Staff Member:  Jason Tester

Chris Hudson, Business Manager
September 20, 2016
Filed under Briefs, News, Top Stories

Where are you from? Originally, I grew up in Muskegon. Went to Muskegon Catholic Central, graduated from there a long time ago, class of ‘91. Went to Grand Valley, graduated from there and then moved to Grand Rapids and then spent the past 10 years down in Georgia.   What’s your fav...

Mentally Ill Media

Mentally Ill Media

Marisa McElrath, Reporter
March 22, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories, Uncategorized

It’s strange that though we live in a country full of variety, we can’t seem to dispel stereotypes. Do the words “mental illness” trigger anything in your mind? Most likely, if you haven’t experienced or witnessed a struggle with mental illness first-hand, your only knowledge of it comes from the ...

Regional tournament to determine future for Science Olympiad team

Micala Carpenter, Reporter
March 18, 2016
Filed under Briefs, Briefs, News

The Science Olympiad team will compete in the regional tournament this weekend at Grand Valley State University. If the team places in one of the top 10 spots, the members get to move on to the state event which is held at Michigan State University on April 30. “At States you are at a level where it get...

5 things to do this weekend

5 things to do this weekend

Connor Weber, Senior Staff Writer
March 18, 2016
Filed under Briefs, Briefs, News

Break out the boards and skis one last time during Boyne Mountain’s carnival weekend. Featuring open skiing, costume contests, a slush pond and countless other activities this Friday through Sunday. MC Chris will be featured at The Intersection this Friday at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15. Other performing...

DECA receive medals from state conference

Emma Sachteleben, Reporter
March 18, 2016
Filed under Briefs, News, Top Stories

This past weekend the Delta Epsilon Chi and Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) local club brought home two medals from the state conference held in Detroit. It is a program designed for students looking at a career in marketing, finance, or business. About 4,000 participants from across the...

Von Zimmer album review

Von Zimmer album review

Kaysi Abbatoy, Reporter
March 17, 2016
Filed under Entertainment, Top Stories

Von Zimmers album “Freddies Extra Teeth” has me confused. While the lyrics are a fresh look on social and political problems facing the world, the combination of hectic sound and hard to understand lines has me stumped. The lyrics are intense and make good points on the flaws of society and gov...

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