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Opinion: A U.S.A. homecoming theme is not so controversial

Evie Klepp '22, Copy Editor

June 5, 2020

On May 20, a post was made to the Grosse Pointe Public School System (GPPSS) Community Discussion page on Facebook about the rising sophomore class’s 2020 Homecoming theme. 385 comments later, several adults and students from...

Online AP Exams came with a multitude of difficulties

Marguerite Quinn '22, Staff Writer

June 5, 2020

With a shift from in-person to online learning now in place due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many things that would usually take place in a school setting have been changed drastically, including the way we usually take assessments...

Memorial Day weekend plans changed due to COVID-19

Erin Astfalk '21, Staff Writer

June 2, 2020

Many city traditions and annual plans have been put on hold due to the Coronavirus, and everyone has been trying to accommodate and change plans to stay safe. Memorial Day weekend is normally filled with parties, barbeques, and...

Creating new hobbies in quarantine

Marguerite Quinn '22, Staff Writer

May 18, 2020

As society continues to stay on lockdown, we have seen many new hobbies people have taken up to pass time. From binge-watching television shows to painting portraits, people have found creative ways to entertain themselves while...

Best places to walk in Grosse Pointe

Ally Strehlke '22, Staff Writer

May 18, 2020

Two takes on “The Shallows” by Nicholas Carr

Paige Evers '22 and Becca Koch '22

May 7, 2020

 Paige Evers's rating: 8/10 As I typically spend too much time on the internet in quarantine and in general, “The Shallows,” by Nicholas Carr, seemed to be a fitting read. The nonfiction research filled novel goes into depth about how the internet is...

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