Let’s ask Lauren

October 21, 2014 • Lauren Sullivan  
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Question: My face is always dry and my oil-free moisturizer isn’t working for me.What is a good alternative?” Answer: There is a myth that oil makes the skin greasy, but with just a few drops the oil will provide the face with an instant glow. Face oils are not just for dry skin, they make many different... Read more »

Seniors earn award for academic achievement

October 21, 2014 • Austin Greathouse  
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Recently, several Southwest Kansas seniors were honored for their academic achievements throughout their four years of high school. There was a banquet and ceremony held for them and their families on Wednesday, October 8 at Garden City High School. The program was put on by the University of Kansas... Read more »

Movie night tops the charts

October 6, 2014 • Sally Dinkel  
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his year the Garden City High School Student Council is trying even harder to get students involved in school activities. School spirit is hard to have with such a large school. In order to promote school spirit student council elected to have Movie Night out on the football field. In the past stucco... Read more »

Reasons to love autumn

October 6, 2014 • Lihn Le  
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The first day of fall has knocked on our door this year and we’re welcoming it in. What is there not to love about this time of the year? Crisp cool air, the vibrant warmth of the changing leaves, boots and knit sweaters, and of course fantasy football. The days of endless sweating and humid air is... Read more »

Former GCHS student has a shot at stardom

Former GCHS student has a shot at stardom

October 6, 2014 • Emma Schiffelbein  
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Most of us like to pretend we are in our own personal recording studios when our favorite song comes on the radio. However, we are really just tone-deaf kids who look ridiculous trying to sing both the lead vocals and the instrumental at the same time. This past summer, our pop-star fantasies turned... Read more »

Edgar Allan Poe forgotten nevermore

October 6, 2014 • Justin Sabata  
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It was the very early morning of October 3, 1849, in Baltimore, Maryland, a day that would forever be shrouded in mystery. A man by the name of Joseph W. Walker, a Baltimore native, found the horror writer Edgar Allan Poe delirious and incoherent. His whereabouts before this grim discovery also remain... Read more »

No sprain no pain

October 6, 2014 • Hannah Leiker  
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‘Go out there and break a leg.’  This is a term often used as a way of saying do your best.  It usually is not meant to be taken literally.  However, with sports becoming more and more popular amoung teens, this is not always the case.  High schools students alone account for two million injuries... Read more »

District plans a 7-period day next year

October 6, 2014 • Kaylee Kipp  
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dule next year. The change will mean a lot of things: some good, some bad. The main reasons such a schedule was chosen were as follows: smaller class sizes and greater efficiency of teacher work time, (teachers will be teaching six out of seven hours rather than six out of eight). Such a change would... Read more »

Let’s ask Lauren

October 6, 2014 • Lauren Sullivan  
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Question: My best friend tells me I should drink more water but I get bored with the same taste. What could I do to change up my water? Answer: Most people know drinking water is one of the best things you can put into your body. It can help regulate the body’s organs and surprisingly your appearance.... Read more »

Homecoming week is filled with festivities

Homecoming week is filled with festivities

October 6, 2014  
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MONDAY Monday’s theme was tie-dye/neon. Everyone in the school was supposed to dress to impress and see who had the most school spirit and the most outrageous outfit. “I like having themes for homecoming week because it helps students show their school spirit and we can have fun with the themes,”... Read more »

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