Tag Archives: Garnet Valley

 Garnet Valley’s Black Student Union

By: Rachel Jason It all began with one female student. She created a group chat with a few students who soon, together, formed a coalition. We welcome Garnet Valley’s first Black Student Union. Nashetah Thomas-EL strived to create the Black Student Union for about 3 months with the intent of creating a safe space for

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Anxiety and Returning to School During a Pandemic

By: Noelia Rane Everyone has been affected by COVID-19 in the past year and a half. As restrictions lessen and life seems to return back to the old normal, the return to school is inevitable. However, many students struggle with anxiety coming back to school, especially when COVID has seemed to become more powerful, mutating

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New Schedule Overview

By: Ryan Croke Tuesday saw the beginning of a new year and the implementation of yet another new schedule at Garnet Valley High School. Starting a new school year can be very daunting for anyone, but this year in particular for sophomores and freshmen, as most of, if not all of, these students haven’t been

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50 Years Later: Looking Back On Led Zeppelin’s Legendary Fourth Album

By: Scout Walker How does one begin writing a reflection of a band as monumental as Led Zeppelin? It becomes especially difficult when this reflection concerns their fourth studio effort – the untitled album often referred to simply as Led Zeppelin IV, an album that has had an unprecedented impact on the music industry as

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The Rise of a Young Inventor Working in STEM

By: Rachel Jason Srilekha Mamidala, a 15-year-old student at Garnet Valley High School, won the 2021 GV Stem Challenge. Srilekha created a cell phone app that reduces unproductive technology use during the school day. The purpose of the app is to help students focus during class. The app detects usage during class, therefore, responding by

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Garnet Valley eSports Team Wins PIEA Overwatch State Championship

GVHS eSports played against Susquehanna in the semifinals winning 3-0. The team then proceeded to the finals facing familiar rival, Mannheim Township High School(MTHS).  They defeated MTHS 3-0 and won the PIEA Overwatch State Championship.  The players on the team are Ben Nguyen, Robbie Gamble, Luke Sullivan, Kevin Glenn,  Ryan Hassell, Anirudh Jandhayala and Brandon Gorski, and

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“SOUR” Album Review

By Lila Troum On Friday, May 21, Olivia Rodrigo released her debut album Sour. This engaging, emotion-filled album had me sobbing within minutes of listening to it, and I think it’s truly a wonderful piece that Rodrigo has dreamt up for us. With 11 songs, there are 34 minutes to this album so I was

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MLB Quarterly Report

By Sam Bennett We’re about a quarter through this year’s MLB season, so let’s take a look back at some of this year’s biggest storylines so far. Sho-Time in LA Possibly the most exciting man in LA sports since Kobe and Shaq of the Showtime Lakers, Shohei Ohtani has taken the baseball world by storm

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“Circe” Book Review

By Kathryn Hutchinson In ninth grade English, the first classical work read is Homer’s The Odyssey. Madeline Miller retells this classic in Circe, but from a different perspective. In Greek mythology, Circe is the daughter of Helios, God of the sun, and Perse, a water nymph. She is very different from the rest of her

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“The Off-Season” Album Review

By Ryan Croke J. Cole dropped his highly anticipated album The Off-Season on Friday, May 14, and fans were extremely excited for Cole’s first album since 2018. I will give you my thoughts on the new project, and determine whether it lived up to expectations.  Cole is a very popular rapper with a very large

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