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My date is fully vaccinated. Why can’t I bring them to Prom?

My date is fully vaccinated. Why can’t I bring them to Prom?

By Editorial Board June 9, 2021

The state is progressing back to normal. Fans are returning to Comerica Park. School is back to near-full capacity. Our graduation has been altered from two separate events to one event.  In the past...

Lessening carbon emissions in a school setting: necessary and attainable

Lessening carbon emissions in a school setting: necessary and attainable

By Editorial Board April 29, 2021

In June 2020, Ford announced their plan to go carbon neutral, meaning the carbon emissions generated by them will be offset by initiatives that reduce carbon in the atmosphere. On March 31, Ford’s first...

Advanced Placement exams: students should have a say

Advanced Placement exams: students should have a say

By Editorial Board April 16, 2021

On March 3, GPPSS released the 2021 Advanced Placement test schedule. Many tests are set to take place online, rather than at school, which has caused panic for many students. The decision for non-traditional...

More options needed for return to full-time school days

More options needed for return to full-time school days

By Editorial Board February 27, 2021

On Feb. 9, the GPPSS school board met to discuss the plan for the final few months of the 2020-21 school year. With a hybrid schedule in place and functioning well, there was a debate about whether to...

Celebrities role in politics is flawed

Celebrities role in politics is flawed

By Editorial Board February 1, 2021

In a world dominated by a personal opinion that constantly spreads throughout social media, people look to celebrities to solidify their opinions and advocate for issues that they consider important.  While...

Cancel culture: a culture behind the curve

Cancel culture: a culture behind the curve

By Editorial Board, Section Editor December 22, 2020

Cancel culture: A complete intolerance towards any social behavior deemed as unacceptable by society. But the ideal-turned-fad promotes the critical inaccuracy that mistakes can, or should be, fatal. In...

The two-way mirror of missing transparency

The two-way mirror of missing transparency

By Editorial Board November 23, 2020

Given the will they/won’t they nature of face-to-face learning, the majority of students and their families are stuck in limbo. The anticipation of waiting for the next plan, the next month or the next...

Like what you see?

Like what you see?

By Editorial Board November 1, 2020

Even though our generation, Generation Z, is considered to be a part of the “age of information,” it can be argued that the label is a misnomer. Even though we have the most expansive access to knowledge...

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