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ON DISPLAY: Student's ceramic artwork is displayed in the showcases in the first floor main hallway.

Main hallway showcases new student artwork

Natalie Dupuis, Assigning Editor March 26, 2021

New ceramic pieces have been put up in the main hallway display cases. The ceramic pieces will be kept up longer this semester due to art teacher Irene Sipe having a huge semester of ceramic classes. “I...

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...

Orchestra holds Halloween concert

Orchestra holds Halloween concert

Gabriella Amores , Reporter October 30, 2018

Monsters, Ghouls, Flutes, and bassoons? If you enjoy both music and Halloween, you should know about Grand Haven High School’s upcoming 2018 Orchestra Halloween Concert, on October 30th, this Tuesday...

A Step into Drawing 1

A Step Into Drawing 1

Mercedes Mancilla, Reporter October 26, 2018

Visual Artist Kaitlynn Park

Visual Artist Kaitlynn Park

Sophia Jaeger, Feature Editor October 25, 2018

Talent show roundup

Two artists from the event give in their 2 cents about how it all went down.
Jack Nicholson, Reporter February 16, 2018

Kaityln Sowles took home the gold medal in solo performance during the talent show on Jan. 30 for her act. Sowles is a big fan of contemporary dance and hip-hop mixture, allowing her control and creativity...

Local Craft Show is a hit

Local Craft Show is a hit

The annual Happy Elves craft show draws big crowds this year
Lucy Toppen, Reporter December 13, 2017

White Pines Intermediate was bustling with holiday cheer this past Saturday Dec 9. From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. local vendors marketed their goods to shoppers at the Happy Elves Craft Show. Items including...

Art Prize 2016

Every year, the public and an expert jury votes on their favorite pieces during Art Prize in downtown Grand Rapids. This year, 1,453 artists entered in the international art competition. Here are some of pieces and the work and meanings behind them.
Isabel Bird, Reporter October 19, 2016

                   

Life in color

Life in color

Sophomore Pearl Slayton has neurological rarity called synesthesia
Karianne Turner, Arts Editor January 28, 2016

Sophomore Pearl Slayton was listening to the Steven Universe soundtrack when pink flashed in her mind. As the melody changed, sparks of emerald green and flecks of light blue began to blossom in her brain....

Illuminating Klemm

Illuminating Klemm

School counselor reveals artistic past
Karianne Turner, Arts Editor January 26, 2016

I strolled into counselor Doug Klemm’s office and a beautiful landscape catches my eye. The clouds pop, as if they are moving. The brushstrokes in the intricate grass make it sway. Bright baby blue gives...

Drawing her own world

Drawing her own world

Senior Anna Carmolli finds her passion and career after having grown up surrounded by art
Elizabeth Tibbe, Co-editor in chief March 23, 2015

In the back corner of A.P. Psychology, senior Anna Carmolli sits hunched with a pencil in her hand and her nose in a sketch book. She’s writing a diary. But it’s not your typical ‘pour your heart...

Psychology auction raises money to buy track shoes

Psychology auction raises money to buy track shoes

Mike Michalski, News Editor March 17, 2014

What started off as joke in Aaron Portenga’s Advanced Placement Psychology classes quickly turned into a fundraiser for students who wanted to run track but could not afford their own running shoes. To...

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