By Arianna D’Italia The latest performance of the GVHS drama club will be Seussical the Musical. Preparations for the show are in full swing, as rehearsals have been occurring for about a week and a half. The cast is hard at work learning choreography taught by Miss Gina Veith, and songs taught by Krista Thomas.
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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
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;
Good luck to Alex O’Connor, Devin Ighile, Ben Kutz, Gavin Roberts, Tanuj Gaikwad, Anindya Das, Harry Markel, Kevin Tang, James May, and Shem Kimas they will be competing in the first-ever, high school vs high school Super Smash Bros crew battle in the country! The event starts at 3:30 and can be viewed live on Twitch.tv/AvonGroveEsports.
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
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
By: Alec Eskin This fall season was one for the ages with including central league titles for the field hockey, football, cheerleading, and volleyball teams. The field hockey team made it to States for the first time in their history as well. There is a lot to like from these teams from this season and
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
By Katie Donaghy I liked Confessions Of A Shopaholic, by Sophie Kinsella, more than I expected too. I am not a big reader so usually when I pick up a new book, I am not expecting to be thrilled by it. I expected it would be too superficial, too light, or lacking in depth and
By Ben Nguyen Garnet Valley kicked off last week with an outstanding win over rival schools Strath Haven and Delaware County Christian School in Hi-Q, the oldest continuous academic quiz competition in the United States. Since 1948, Delco Hi-Q pits competing students against each other in various subjects from U.S. History to Shakespeare for the