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Six Fun Socially Distant Games to Play with Friends over Quarantine

By Lila Troum For over a year now, we’ve all struggled with not being with our friends as much as we’d like, and although this article may be a little late, it’s better late than never. As quarantine has progressed, my friends and I have still been making our way through: playing games virtually and

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Spring Sports Teams Kicking it Into High Gear in Final Stretch of the Season

By: Alec Eskin Over the last few weeks, all of the Garnet Valley teams have had a tough stretch of games in which they have overall preformed very well. Each team has picked up a big win at one point or another during these last few weeks. The baseball teams won on Thursday against undefeated

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Garnet Valley Finance Club to Host Guest Speakers from Cordasco Financial Network

By John Colavito The Garnet Valley Finance Club is honored to have Mr. Tim Joseph and Mr. Steve Cordasco from Cordasco Finacial Network as guest speakers.  The meeting will take place on May 19th during Learn 1 Zoom (1:30 – 2:00).  Topics will include how their business functions, the different types of roles in their company, the education

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The Importance of Diversifying the Classroom

By Rachel Jason In response to the increased exposure in the media  of racism in the United States and around the world, two teachers from Garnet Valley High School have been working to make their classrooms more inclusive. David Pimentel is a Social Studies teacher. Heather Arters is the grade 6-12 co-curriculum coordinator for the

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“Six of Crows” Review

By Kathryn Hutchinson Six of Crows is the first of a two book duology and the fourth book in the Grishaverse. This duology follows the story of six teenagers, Kaz the Barrel boss, Inej the spy, Jesper the sharpshooter, Nina the Grisha, Wylan the runaway son, and Matthias the ex-convict, as they try to pull

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Team Michael’s Autism Awareness 5K

By Lila Troum April was Autism Awareness (also deemed Autism Acceptance) month, and worldwide we wear blue and spread awareness to show support for the neurodivergent community. Autism Awareness 5ks take place from California to New York and we were even honored to host our own 5k right here at the high school track, to

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Grading Each Pick From the First Round of the NFL Draft

By Ryan Croke On Thursday night, the NFL held its annual draft, in which college players are brought up into the NFL. An incredibly hyped up event, millions of fans tuned in to see who their team would pick to be the future of their franchise. There was much speculation behind who would go where,

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25 Oddly Specific Everyday Moments We Take for Granted :)

By Justin Kang When it’s raining out so you run to your car and see other people running and laughing too When something odd happens in public and you make eye contact with a stranger and smile When you leave someone so speechless they don’t know how to say thank you so they just hug

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The Show Must Go On

By Brooke Lovelace Covid-19 better put on its dancing shoes because the  play, Newsies, put on by Garnet Valley High School is unstoppable.  The cast and staff of this amazing production went through months of hard work to be able to make the play possible. Covid-19 threw a wrench into their plans, but Mrs. Arters

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Dr. Crystal J. Lucky: Stepping to Inclusivity

By Rachel Jason On March 25, 2021, Dr. Crystal J. Lucky, an Africana Studies educator at Villanova University, delivered and hosted a wonderful discussion to the faculty and students of Garnet Valley High School.  Her presentation focused on the steps we, as a community and society, must take to create inclusivity around us. Dr. Lucky’s

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