Why the phone should go down and the sun up

By Sarah Wichman
Most people believe that unplugging is the end of the world. But is it? The Journalism 1 classes of Grand Island Senior High School did just that. I was one of those students.
Large portions of the classroom struggled while I found something peaceful, a way to destress, a puzzle. For 45 minutes, the only thing my friend and I did was a puzzle.

Grand Island Senior High’s wrestling team

By Xzandra Hoard
Coaches are planning for the winter sports season to start soon. Grand Island Senior High’s Coach Jeff Evans, who coaches for the female wrestling team, is bringing a positive attitude as winter is right around the corner. 
Evans is coaching Grand Island Senior High’s first wrestling team that is an all-girls wrestling team. Evans coaches girls who are in the following grades: ninth, tenth, eleventh, and twelfth.

FBLA helps prepare students for the future

By Jackie Ruiz, Editor
FBLA’s (Future Business Leaders of America) mission to inspire the next generation of business leaders has just begun.
According to assistant FBLA sponsor Jessica Whitmire, FBLA is an organization that helps prepare students for careers in business through academic competitions, leadership conferences, and educational programs.

Grand Island Senior High is playing “The Best Christmas Pageant Ever”

By Xzandra Hoard, Reporter
Grand Island Senior High is getting ready for a play called ‘The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.’ This play is based on a book written by Barbara Robinson which was published in 1971. The play will be held Dec. 3 at 7:30 pm, Dec. 10 at 7:30 pm, and Dec. 11 at 5 pm.

Fall play tells the story of German soldiers going to war

By Jackie Ruiz, Editor
If you like watching heavy and heartfelt moments on stage,“All Quiet on the Western Front” might be your cup of tea.
Senior High students will be performing “All Quiet on the Western Front” on October 6, 7, and 9 in the school auditorium. Tickets will be five dollars each for adults