By Carter Burtle
Deforestation has been happening for decades. With the growing world population we need more places to put individuals and more room for food to grow. There’s a great solution that many think, why don’t we just clear out forests to gain more land?
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.
By Trevor Andrews, Reporter
A common reason given for why people should learn history is to stop people from repeating past mistakes. Except if that’s the reason why history is taught, then our school system is keeping students deeply ignorant.
By Nancy Gongora, Reporter Something I will always remember about my sophomore year at Senior High was attending the Homecoming Dance. While I couldn’t stay for long with my friends, it made this year go better. It all started with the homecoming posters that had been placed around the school for a while.Continue reading “Homecoming Night was quite the experience “
By Emilia Rojo-Hayman, reporter One thing I will remember most about this school year is my friends and my teachers. This year has been really enjoyable for me as I was able to come out of my shell a lot more. Usually, I’m not the best at talking to my teachers, butContinue reading “I really enjoyed my sophomore year”
By Blanca Hernandez, reporter A few weeks before the end of the school year my family took a trip; not to another state, but another country. When we arrived at the airport in El Salvador my aunts Esmeralda, Flor, and Ana were waiting anxiously to greet me, my younger sisters and my parents. I wasContinue reading “My first trip to El Salvador “
By Trevor Andrews, Reporter My sophomore year was marked with a lot of new friends and memories. As the year began, my favorite class would have to be Multimedia. Instructor Chris Holton, had a more relaxed style of teaching that fit well with the class. I am in the Multimedia Pathway as I really enjoyContinue reading “Looking back on my sophomore year”
By Jackie Ruiz, Editor As this school year comes to an end, I am left thinking about all of the good memories I’ve made and how I’ve stepped out of my comfort zone. This year was full of laughs, smiles, and tears that made it one of the most memorable years I’ve ever had.Continue reading “The things I’ve learned”
By Jackie Ruiz, Editor Summer vacation can bring peace, a sense of calmness, and happiness to a lot of families but that doesn’t always happen … at least not to mine. This summer my family and I went on a roadtrip to Omaha and Kearney. As you can imagine not all went according to plan. Continue reading “Two feet, two states, one trip”
Nebraska was one of the last states in the union to adopt a flag in 1925. In fact, most countries didn’t even have flags until 1625, according to online sources. It was then when Denmark became the first country to have a national flag. Denmark’s flag is called the Dannebrog. It is a simple flagContinue reading “Nebraska state flag needs corn”