The Bucs' Blade

COVID-19 will not affect snow days at Grand Haven High School.
COVID-19 has not affected snow day policies
Megan Voorhees, Reporter • March 3, 2021

Snow day policies will not be affected because of COVID-19. Deciding if the roads are not driveable hasn’t changed at all for superintendent...

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Paraprofessional Mike Feasby helps staff find vaccination appointments
Paraprofessional Mike Feasby helps staff find vaccination appointments
Camille Berko and Grace Montgomery March 2, 2021

When paraprofessional Mike Feasby heard that it might take a while to get his COVID-19 vaccine through the school he started looking into quicker...

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Winter sports still on pause until Feb. 21
Winter sports still on pause until Feb. 21
Nick Miller, Reporter • January 30, 2021

At a conference on Friday, Jan 29, the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) announced that the Feb. 21 extension on winter sports...

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Scott at last year
Senior Gabby Scott named best delegate at Model UN conference
Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor • March 5, 2021

Senior Gabby Scott placed first in her committee as best delegate at the University of Michigan Conference...

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COVID-19 will not affect snow days at Grand Haven High School.
COVID-19 has not affected snow day policies
Megan Voorhees, Reporter • March 3, 2021

Snow day policies will not be affected because of COVID-19. Deciding if the roads are not driveable hasn’t...

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Spring sports starting
Spring sports starting
Misgana Deur, Reporter • March 3, 2021

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Senior Karlee Schaub shows uniqueness through fashion
Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor • February 26, 2021

From Urban Outfitters to thrift stores, senior Karlee Schaub collects pieces of clothing to add to her...

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Senior Theo Moleski raises bees
Senior Theo Moleski raises bees
Misgana Deur, Reporter • February 17, 2021

   

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Junior Lexi Naperala uses photography to empower herself and others
Junior Lexi Naperala uses photography to empower herself and others
Grace Ostric, Editor in Chief • February 9, 2021

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'Soul' searches depths with humor and passion
Misgana Deur, Reporter • February 15, 2021

Several people suggested the movie “Soul” to my family and me. They said it was moving and excellent. So we decided to view it and see for...

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Photo courtesy Geffen Records
'drivers license' becomes hit for more reasons than one
Sarah Mayer, Reporter • February 10, 2021

As a teen, I need to have playlists for every situation. I usually rotate through rap and hip-hop, but recently my mix has been interrupted....

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The Office leaves Netflix
The Office leaves Netflix
Megan Voorhees, Reporter • January 22, 2021

As the year 2020 seemed to defy all expectations but little did we know it still had one more disappointment planned. The popular show among...

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BLEACH: From left to right, Chase Layman, Colin Kelly, Thomas MacDonald, Gabriel Hamm, Sam Timmer and Micheal MacDonald pose with their bleached hair.
Boys swim team bleach hair ahead of conference meet
Camille Berko, Managing Editor for Content • March 3, 2021

On Feb. 27 and 28, the boys swim team continued the longstanding tradition of bleaching their hair before...

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Boys varsity basketball pulls away with win against Hudsonville
Boys varsity basketball pulls away with win against Hudsonville
Grant Engelsman, Photo Editor • March 1, 2021

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Junior Zoe Spoelman fights to secure the pass in heavy traffic.
Girls basketball falls to East Kentwood
Grace Montgomery, Managing Editor for Design • February 28, 2021

WHAT HAPPENED: The girls basketball team lost to East Kentwood with a final score of 54-43 on Saturday,...

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