Cuphead introduces an original idea with classic influence

Cuphead introduces an original idea with classic influence

Gabe Rutherford, Reporter

December 13, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Review, Top Stories, Uncategorized

“Cuphead” is a lively, upbeat run-and-gun platformer video game made in the style of early 1930s-esque animation, with large inspiration from early cartoons such as Betty Boop, Popeye, and Mickey Mouse. The game is a breath of fresh air into the stale clones that the games industry has been pumping...

The Grammy Awards: the nominees, the snubs and the potential winners

The Grammy Awards: the nominees, the snubs and the potential winners

Caitlyn Cooling, Reporter

December 4, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Top Stories

The 60th annual Grammy awards are one of the most anticipated ceremonies of the year. Pulling in upwards of 26 million viewers every year. So who’s going to take home a win this year? Tune in January 28 to find out. Here’s a list of the most watched categories along with their nominees: (see t...

Two feet is better than one

Two feet is better than one

Ryan Tongue, Reporter

December 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion, Top Stories

Imagine you're standing on the summit of a mountain in the Rocky’s, snowboard in hand. With the wind howling, you sit down and start to buckle your board to your feet. While you do this, you contemplate which path you will take down the mountain. Your options are restricted, this is only your third year on...

Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie surpasses already low expectations

Diary of a Wimpy Kid movie surpasses already low expectations

Caitlin Shampine, Life Editor

June 5, 2017


Filed under Entertainment, Opinion, Review, Top Stories

Have you ever went to the movie theatre to see a movie and it began but you were almost positive it had to be a joke? This happened to me when I went to see Diary of a Wimpy Kid: the Long Haul. It was such bad acting it seemed impossible for them to be serious. Alicia Silverstone, former iconic actress fr...

Digging deeper

Digging deeper

Aliyah Austin, Copy Editor

June 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Since this is my last hoorah, I feel the need to take a different approach to my senior column. If you know me, this should come as no surprise. During my time at GHHS, I’ve realized my passion for fighting for the underdogs and expressing the struggles of those without an outlet to do so. I woul...

The blank canvas

The blank canvas

Sarah Sanders, Reporter

June 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Throughout elementary school, it was hard to find something that I was good at. I tried piano only to find that I had no sense of rhythm. I then was put into gymnastics and ballet, however, that did not last long because I’m about as graceful as a baby giraffe. Nothing seemed to click for me, until ...

I’m already home

I’m already home

Sawyer Hamm, Reporter

June 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Four years ago, in May of 2013, I was finishing up my time at Dr. Augustine Ramirez Intermediate School in Eastvale, California. As far as I knew then, my freshman year would start that August at Eleanor Roosevelt High School, which was close enough to my house that I would bike to school everyday (even ...

Why I shouldn’t be a disc jockey

Why I shouldn’t be a disc jockey

Ben Ingall, Reporter

June 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Music is often a reflection of who we are as people. In other words, if I listen to heavy metal I probably wouldn’t be in the best mood, and I if I listen to the song “Happy” by Pharrell Williams, well, you get the idea. Over the course of high school, as my music tastes have changed, I too ha...

Don’t look down

Don’t look down

Sarah Jane Chrysler, Editor-in-Chief

June 1, 2017


Filed under Opinion

Let me preface this by stating a true fact: I have absolutely no idea what I am doing. I mean generally, as I go to school and maneuver through my life. I walk with my head held high and pretend that I have some semblance of an idea, but in all honesty, I don’t. I feel like an acrobat about to walk ...

Stay petty

Stay petty

Ysabela Golden, Reporter

May 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

I’m nearing the end of a four year career at GHHS and there’s still a lot of things here I can’t wrap my head around. Why is it so expensive to play sports? Did they really fix all of the clocks, or are they still randomly untrustworthy? Did someone actually think gold cards would motivate stud...

All done waiting

All done waiting

Sam Hankinson, Reporter

May 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

The hard thing about being a freshman is that it’s so difficult to gain traction when you first start high school. Every analogy you’ve ever heard is true. You’re the low man on the totem pole and it seems that there’s no way to move up. Above anything, I wanted to be accepted by the upperclassmen....

Older does not equal wiser

Older does not equal wiser

Drew VanAndel, Sports Editor

May 31, 2017


Filed under Opinion

My entry into high school brought two preconceived notions upon me: the seniors were the most important and admired people in high school; and that I was just a lowly freshman who had no use to this world until I was to be a senior myself. Now, as a senior, I have found that these notions are complet...

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