Author Archives: GVHSJagJournal

Sports, Science, and Shakespeare: Garnet Valley Secures a Second Hi-Q Win

By Ben Nguyen The Garnet Valley Hi-Q team (pictured below) crushed their competition last Friday at their second meet of the year, earning 75 points against rival schools Monsignor Bonner/Archbishop Prendergast High School and Springfield High School; their score in this meet of the quiz-bowl competition broke the existing all-time record for most points scored

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“Yummy” Song Review

Almost five years after the release of his acclaimed album Purpose, Canadian musician Justin Bieber dropped a new, albeit underwhelming, track: “Yummy”. Bieber’s excessive use of autotune and redundant trap-beats fails to make “Yummy” stand out from most songs on the Billboard Hot 100. Not to mention, the pointless lyrics make the song almost unbearable;

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Teaching Podcasting

EDUCATION Teaching Podcasting: A Curriculum Guide for Educators- reprinted from NPR November 15, 201812:06 AM ET Whether you’re leading your class or advising an extracurricular group, we hope this guide will make the podcasting process easier. Below, you’ll find a breakdown of the process and a series of sample lesson plans to ensure that students

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Earth Day Contest

Scholastic Journalism and Earth Day Rachel Weisbrot, Earth Day Network|January 1, 2020 April 22, 2020 will mark the 50th anniversary of Earth Day, the largest civic-focused day of action in the world. As student journalists and photographers, you have a special role in this upcoming day. By writing or making media about environmental issues that

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Take A Break!

By Nathan Chen We’ve all done it.  It’s 7:03 p.m. and you start some assigned reading. You think optimistically, “I’ll finish this reading by 8 p.m! An hour is surely enough.” Maybe you even get ahead of yourself and think about a 10 p.m. bedtime. But, the next time you check the time is when

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