The Bucs' Blade

Grand Haven graduates business soars

Grand Haven graduates business soars

Taylor Fase, Senior staff writer

October 15, 2015


Filed under Feature

Three...two….one…GO! For the next 30 minutes people of all ages and physical conditions shed drops of sweat in an effort to lose the extra pounds or maintain the image they’ve been working toward. Three...two...one… SWITCH! Onto the next station while surrounded by peers taking large drown...

Homecoming court freshman Tatum Van Andel

Homecoming court freshman Tatum Van Andel

Karianne Turner, Arts Editor

October 11, 2015


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Freshman Tatum Van Andel was on the Homecoming Court. With all the hype surrounding Homecoming, that seems to be what's on everyone's mind. But Van Andel has a little more on hers. She wants to become an oncologist. An oncologist is a doctor who specializes in treating people with cancer. The three ...

Homecoming court sophomore Jack Nicholson

Homecoming court sophomore Jack Nicholson

Savannah Vickers, Reporter

October 11, 2015


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The crisp winter air loomed outside the windows of Rosy Mound Elementary School, but the third-graders inside were safe from the snow. “Everyone was wearing like a jacket and snow pants," sophomore Jack Nicholson said with a sheepish smile. "I was in the third grade so like four feet tall and I...

Homecoming court junior Trevor Callahan

Homecoming court junior Trevor Callahan

Abby Reyenga, Reporter

October 11, 2015


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The football fell into the hands of the running back. His goal now was to avoid being tackled by eleven other people. As he sprinted 60 yards, junior Trevor Callahan achieved the big play that changed his life- His fifth grade touchdown. That first touchdown propelled him into a passion for ex...

Homecoming court senior Hannah Kenny

Homecoming court senior Hannah Kenny

Aliyah Austin, Reporter

October 11, 2015


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Moving through the Merendon Mountains, a little boy in jeans and a blue and gold striped shirt latched onto senior Hannah Kenny’s hand. His feet were bare, yet he cradled her hand and rubbed it between his delicate palms as though she were the one that needed the warmth. As they wandered through the Ho...

Homecoming spirit week: Color wars

October 8, 2015


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Five things to get through the first week

Sarah Chrysler, Arts editor

September 8, 2015


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Summer 2K15 has come to a close and we are back for a new school year. The transition from sleeping in until noon to waking up before the crack of dawn is always dreaded. Here are a few things to make everything a little easier. Coffee After living on a summer schedule, having to be awake and functioning at 7:40 for c...

An open letter

Taylor Fase, Senior staff writer

September 8, 2015


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Dear freshmen, It's your first day of high school, how exciting! Not to mention nerve wracking. The movie industry has implanted a false image into your minds of stolen lunch money and "nerds" getting shoved in lockers by jocks. But a true upperclassman is here to assure you that neither of those things a...

Welcome back Bucs – Life

September 8, 2015


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Trading school for the slopes

Trading school for the slopes

Maisy Hoffman, PR Manager

May 14, 2015


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Getting in Gear

Getting in Gear

Jonas Quirin, Photo Editor

May 12, 2015


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Speak up

Speak up

Landon Hudson, Co-editor in chief

April 21, 2015


Filed under Feature, Top Stories

For the past two years, junior Tyler Billett has kept his mouth shut on April 17. He, along with many others across the nation, wanted to silence the harassment that accompanies lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender students daily. The Day of Silence is a national student-led movement to raise awaren...