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Playlist Picks: The staff’s weekly tunes for October 11

1. “Music to Walk Home By” - Tame Impala  The flurry of drums, crunchy guitar riff, and soaring vocals of Kevin Parker. Lonerism’s 6th track captures the classic 70’s rock-pop feel and will surely...

Mild High Clubs third studio album Going Going Gone (2021)

Mild High Club misses mark on third studio album

Ben Pease, Arts and Entertainment Editor September 29, 2021

Alex Brettin may not be a name that jumps out to you right away, but he has received notable attention after his 2016 album Skiptracing and is the man behind the alias of Mild High Club.  After studying...

So Much For Gardening EP (2021)

Feng Suave utilizing old methods to create new sounds

Ben Pease, Arts and Entertainment Editor September 17, 2021

One heavily reverbed guitar, a bass line dancing out of the root notes, a soft yet steady progression played on keys and the dry, vintage drum rhythm tapping beats as if tossing stones upon a lake and...

Photo courtesy Geffen Records

‘drivers license’ becomes hit for more reasons than one

Sarah Mayer, News Editor 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. My new favorite song is called “Drivers License'' by Olivia...

Sophomore Grace Compagner poses for her photo. I would hope this would have people realize that we have way more impact on others than you would think, senior Kammi Jarvis said.

Chalkboard changes perspectives

Addy Wachter, Photo Editor March 3, 2020

Jennifer Gwinnup, art teacher at Spring Lake High School, is known for “just teach[ing] an elective” by the other staff members at her school. According to some, art isn’t as important as the other...

Finest Yet

Adrienne Parcheta, Reporter January 14, 2020

The one and only former One Direction star Harry Styles released a new album on Dec. 13 called “Fine Line.” Not only is Styles divine looking, but his vocal abilities are also through the roof!  His...

New music to come this November

New music to come this November

Gabi Nadeau, Reporter November 8, 2019

November is a month filled with new music. The rap scene is about to gain potential bangers with six new album releases, EPs (extended play) and singles.  November 1st Earl Sweatshirt, Feet of clay Second...

Friday night fish fry fun

Friday night fish fry fun

Grand Haven choir holding fish fry fundraiser
Grace Ostric, Editor in Chief November 6, 2019

The Grand Haven high school choir is hosting a fish fry this Friday November 8. The event will take place from 5-8 p.m. at the Fraternal Order of the Eagles in downtown Grand Haven. Every Friday night,...

Grand Haven High school students have been preparing for their performances for months.

Mamma Mia cast preps for the big day

Camille Berko, Editor In Chief November 5, 2019

A classic, Mamma Mia, is coming to life in Grand Haven’s very own auditorium on November 22, 23 and 24. With the show coming up in less than a month, the cast is super excited and can’t wait to show...

Senior Cal Coyne grins as he walks up on stage while the audience sings to him on his 18th birthday.

Students participate in special education inclusion talent show

Emma Manzo, Reporter October 26, 2019

Jeremy Wiebenga held the 2nd annual special education inclusion talent show during third hour on Oct. 18. The audience was enthusiastic and supportive; they cheered, clapped, even waved 10 signs. The...

Dance team performs at special education talent show

Dance team performs at special education talent show

Emma Manzo, Reporter October 17, 2019

The dance team and Gavin Hubner are performing at the 2nd annual inclusion talent show for students with special needs and autism during third hour on Friday Oct. 18 in the Performing Arts Center. The...

All the choirs gathered on the stage to sing three songs together for the grand finale.

Choir hosts first concert of the school year

Emily Jarrell , Reporter October 17, 2019

What Happened: Choir had its first concert on Monday at the high school in the Performing Arts Center. Each choir took turns performing a couple of songs and then returning to the audience to watch...

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