Freedom is not free

January 21, 2015 • Chelsey Rigby  
Filed under Feature, Opinion

Inherently it is thought to believe that we were put on this earth to find the sole meaning of life: what is our purpose in this world and why are we here? Many turn to religion and it’s often an answer to those questions that one day, God will answer it. The separation of church and state was a smart... Read more »

Office(r) space

Office(r) space

January 21, 2015 • Connor Schultz  
Filed under Feature, Opinion

Imagine sitting in your car, it’s 3:32 PM, and you are quite literally crawling through the circle. You might as well just get out and walk, but considering you’ve been pressing the brakes for the last six minutes moving seventeen feet, an officer notices a brake light out and BAM! The worst traffic... Read more »

R.I.P. Promposal

January 21, 2015 • Lauren Sullivan  
Filed under Feature

Have you noticed something specific lacking on your social media lately? Usually something that begins in January and continues until March? The completely cheesy picture with the not so original caption usually going something along the lines of “Prom date” followed by various emojis. The month... Read more »

Teachers touch students life

Teachers touch students life

December 8, 2014 • Corinna Lemke  
Filed under Feature, Feature

It’s not an exaggeration to say that a great teacher can change a student’s life. With the 2014 Crystal Apple Awards and Garden City Public School’s Thank an Educator Day passing, we reflect on teachers who have made a difference in our own lives. A student is lucky if they have had one of these... Read more »

Thanksgiving leaves students abundantly gratefull

December 8, 2014 • Sally Dinkel  
Filed under Feature, Feature

Thanksgiving is a time for families to get together, watch football, and eat all the food they want. Thanksgiving is also a time to reflect, and be thankful for all the things we have in life. It is a time to remember those who are no longer with us, and spend time making new memories with those that... Read more »

Morales triumphs: wins pro boxing debut

Morales triumphs: wins pro boxing debut

December 8, 2014 • David Chacon  
Filed under Feature, Feature

While not many of us appreciate getting repeatedly punched in the face, some people take it up as a sport, and eventually even become good at it. On November 22, senior Efrain Morales had his first boxing pro-debut; a dream of his that came true. Morales has been boxing since the tender age of six. Since... Read more »

Avd aids community with food drive

December 8, 2014 • Linh Le  
Filed under Feature, Feature

Hundreds of residents in Garden City will be having a festive Thanksgiving meal thanks to the food drive hosted by the AVID ambassadors. Thanks to them, the Emmaus House will be receiving over 1000 canned goods to help families celebrate a joyful Thanksgiving. The week before Thanksgiving from Nov. 17-21,... Read more »

Universities waste tuition dollars

December 8, 2014 • Hannah Leiker  
Filed under Feature, Feature

Where exactly is your college tuition going? To your actual education? Doubtful. Your money is probably going towards things like teachers who don’t show up to work, recreational items to spark student interest, and gourmet chefs. Washington State University has poured money into a jumbo jacuzzi that... Read more »

Crystal Apple Awarded to Nichols

Crystal Apple Awarded to Nichols

December 8, 2014 • Austin Greathouse  
Filed under Breaking News, Feature, Feature, Newscasts, Top Stories, Video

embedded by Embedded Video Garden City High School functional special education teacher Kip Nichols joined an elite group of local teachers Thursday, November 20, when he became one of three winners of this year’s Crystal Apple Teacher Recognition Awards. “It’s something I’ve worked for all... Read more »

Let’s ask Lauren

December 8, 2014 • Lauren Sullivan  
Filed under Feature, Feature

The holiday season is in full effect.The best gifts for the holiday season are ones that are tailored specifically for the person. Here are some ideas that could make your shopping experience a little less hectic. His wish list: 1. Acgua Di Gio. By: Giorgio Armani 2. bow tie or tie 3. Sports gear 4.... Read more »

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