If I Died the Day after Black Friday…

November 24, 2016 Cathy Duong

We’ve had weird responses in the past when we asked students about crazy Black Friday experiences, and honestly, we’re a little concerned for your well-being. Stay safe out there this year — don’t get stepped […]

Autumn’s Got Us Fall-in’ In Love

October 28, 2016 Cathy Duong

Crisp yellow-orange leaves littering the ground, pumpkin spice lattes warm and toasty in your hands, the summer heat giving way to chilly weather–there’s no doubt about it, autumn is here! What do you mean southern […]

Summer? or Slumber?

September 28, 2016 Cathy Duong

It takes a lot to drag a high schooler out of bed, especially when it’s summer and the sweltering heat outside makes sleeping in the way better option. But Garden Grove High School students have […]

Bookmark Your Summer

June 13, 2016 Livia Nguyen

We’re assigning you summer reading. No, seriously — or, well, we’re hoping that you’ll at least consider reading something over the summer that isn’t just your assigned reading for your classes. Of course, for most […]

Senior Sports Survey (Part 2)

June 5, 2016 Clarissa Salazar

Best Memory  Austin Noss: “Winning Undefeated League Champs.” Robert Sabino: “Spending time with teammates after practice, talking about life, about running, and about what we’ll become.” Donna Nguyen: “Senior night game. There was so much […]

Senior Sports Survey (Part 1)

May 31, 2016 Clarissa Salazar

Best Memory: Cindy Nguyen: “When the team won against La Quinta, our biggest rival, 10-8,  which was a close game and it dictated whether or not we became undefeated league champions.” Carlos Monsalve: “Finding out […]

Senior Goodbyes (Part 1)

May 27, 2016 Clarissa Salazar

       Now that exams are over, AP classes are — to everyone’s relief — finally winding down from the constant stress and cramming. Banquet season has arrived, marking the close of this year’s […]

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