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Mastering mindfulness

Mastering mindfulness

Sarah Jane Chrysler and Ben Ingall

February 23, 2017


Filed under In-Depth, Top Stories

In the last five years GHHS has lost at least one student per year to suicide; each one striking the community and helping to uncover the fact that a mental illness epidemic has struck the area. In an attempt to combat this, local schools have asked students what would benefit them, in terms of helping...

Taking on Tolerance: Millennials changing views on religion

Taking on Tolerance: Millennials changing views on religion

Sarah Jane Chrysler, Co-editor in chief

December 13, 2016


Filed under In-Depth, Top Stories

Millennials and Generation Z have grown up in the fastest period of change the world has seen. When teenagers have questions it is likely they will turn to Google rather than their parents. Between news feeds flooded with current events and the fact that our lives are documented in 10 second videos and...

Alternative post-graduation options

Landon Hudson, Co-editor in chief

October 12, 2015


Filed under Uncategorized

If the “traditional” path after high school isn’t really your thing, one option to consider would be the military. Staff Sergeant Jerry Bell has been in the Marine Corps for 12 years and recommends his decision to students. “Students should consider joining the military as option to help them achieve the...