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Sophomore graced with the gift of yoga

Sophomore graced with the gift of yoga

Morgan Womack, Life Editor

December 12, 2018


Filed under Feature, Life, Uncategorized

Inhaling deeply, sophomore Grace Rieger steps off of her mat and onto the cold floor in the Lakeshore Yoga studio. As she collects her gear, a feeling of content washes over her. Surrounded by her peers, all in a positive mood, she can’t help but feel the same way. This “after-yoga” feeling is con...

Cracking down on the F.D.A’s newfound vaping regulations

Cracking down on the F.D.A’s newfound vaping regulations

Mijan Ahmad Nizam, Reporter

November 28, 2018


Filed under Briefs, Briefs, News

It all started out with a magical device that at first, had all kinds of different looks. Now, the most popular look is that similar to a flash drive. The e-cigarette was invented to help people of smoking age quit smoking. Recently, the use of these devices has become widely popular among minors. ...

Six simple ways to simmer down seasonal depression

Six simple ways to simmer down seasonal depression

Nick Rice, Reporter

November 28, 2018


Filed under Health

Meditation. Many people process the word “meditation” as sitting on the floor criss-cross applesauce and chanting “om.” If that is how you do it, great. The good news is that is not the only way to meditate. Meditation is the simple act of thought watching. It works a lot like people watching. I...

GHHS Business department gains new tech tools for long-term marketing benefits

Chris Hudson, Editor in Chief

November 26, 2018


Filed under Briefs, Finance, News, Technology

New this year, the business department acquired a sublimation press and printer for production of apparel and gear to revamp the Buc Stop, as well as to design promotional high resolution photos and promotional items to market the in-school business. With these advanced tools, practically all f...

Spanish classes creatively celebrate ‘Dia de Los Muertos’ with altar; festive dishes

Spanish classes creatively celebrate ‘Dia de Los Muertos’ with altar; festive dishes

Gesa Lange, Reporter

November 2, 2018


Filed under Briefs, News

Wednesday, Oct. 31 through Friday, Nov. 2, is “Dia de los Muertos”, the day of the dead. It is a holiday acknowledged in all spanish-speaking countries, but celebrated in Mexico. It is one of the countries most important holiday, while it is not religious but originates from indigenous people. “...

Ferris St. closed through Nov. 2

Ferris St. closed through Nov. 2

Caleb Berko, News editor

October 29, 2018


Filed under News

Ferris St. is slated to be closed at the railroad crossing through the rest of this week due to the installation of new rails by the Michigan Shore Railroad. They estimate the project will take about a week from start to finish. Students and staff are advised to take necessary precautions such as leaving ea...

New Buc Stop Mario Kart tournament revs up for inaugural contest

New Buc Stop Mario Kart tournament revs up for inaugural contest

Chris Hudson, Editor in Chief

October 25, 2018


Filed under Briefs, Entertainment, News, Top Stories

Beginning on Monday, Oct. 29, the Buc Stop will be hosting a Mario Kart Tournament, which is a first for Grand Haven High School. Led by business department teacher Mr. Schriber, the tournament was first brainstormed from members of the Bucs Stop staff, in hopes of further promoting the school store. ...

Girl Up 5k Preview

Girl Up 5k Preview

Caleb Berko, News editor

October 2, 2018


Filed under Briefs, News, Sports

The Girl Up clubs of Grand Haven High School and Spring Lake High School are planning a 5k to raise funds for their programs taking place on October 6 at 8:30 a.m. at the Spring Lake High School cross country course.   Registration costs and more information can be found here.   Junior Jal...