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A graphic of the topic of abortion being discussed in the Supreme Court.

Supreme Court Draft Leaks, Revealing the Possibility of the Overturn of Roe v. Wade

Olivia Steele and Cayla Peacher May 4, 2022

Amidst Met Gala outfit judging and catching up on the Depp v. Heard case, the Internet became an even more talkative place as it was leaked Monday night that the Supreme Court drafted an opinion to overturn...

Donating blood to those in need can help the national blood shortage come to a halt.

Blood Donation Crisis Hits the Nation

Madeline Clark and Cayla Peacher February 1, 2022

Currently, America is facing a national blood crisis. On January 11, the American Red Cross declared the first-ever national blood crisis. The shortage is partially a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Due...

The Metaverse: What is it and who does it affect?

The Metaverse: What is it and who does it affect?

Madeline Clark January 27, 2022

A Metaverse is a simulated digital environment visually represented through augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), and blockchain. These digital environments mirror the real world while solely being...

The James Webb telescope still in development - the telescope is set to launch December 22, 2021.

James Webb Telescope Prepares to Launch Next Week

Madeline Clark December 15, 2021

NASA is launching the James Webb Telescope on December 22, 2021. This telescope is the largest space observatory in history. According to NASA, the task of the James Webb Telescope is to collect infrared...

A profile photo of Ghislaine Maxwell in
August 2007.

Ghislaine Maxwell’s Trial, So Far

Amara Whited, Copy Editor December 12, 2021

TW: Topics of sexual assault, harassment, suicide, and abuse are discussed.  On Monday, November 29, British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell went on trial for her association with sex offender Jeffrey...

Global Warming and How Its Ravaging America

Global Warming and How It’s Ravaging America

Isaac Peterson, Reporter November 9, 2021

Global warming is affecting America; the whole country is experiencing greenhouse gases and their effects on the environment, and Congress is working on a new bill to reduce global warming. “Global...

A satellite image captured on Oct. 10, 2021 by NASA shows over 70 ships waiting to dock and unload at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.

Why There Are Shortages with Shipping Containers

Victor Villagrana, Reporter November 9, 2021

COVID-19 has had a big impact on the world, most recently causing supply shortages and shipping delays all across the globe. There are many reasons to be concerned. One of the main reasons shipments...

Working the pumpkin patch field at Gieringers, junior John Davis and sophomore Austin Sandman help customers during the fall season.

Businesses Rely on Younger Student Workforce Due to Staffing Shortages

Amara Whited, Copy Editor October 29, 2021

With staffing shortages and supply chain issues, more businesses than ever are relying on a younger workforce, including students at GEHS. With a surplus of available positions, many local businesses are...

A photo that captures everything a person should know. Your weight does not define your worth.

Helping to Identify Eating Disorders

Madeline Clark, Reporter October 1, 2021

Trigger Warning. Adolescents between the ages of 12-25 may struggle with an eating disorder or are at high risk of developing one. Eating disorders can come in many forms including Anorexia Nervosa,...

Sign of a thrift store somewhere unknown, but gives a great example of what thrift store signs might look like.

Thrifting Rises To Challenge Fast Fashion

Amara Whited, Reporter September 7, 2021
Instead of fast fashion, students find success with sustainable thrifting trends.
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