Deutsch Klub und Oktoberfest

Deutsch Klub und Oktoberfest

Von Amanda Bachinger, 7te Stunde - Frau Palaian

November 1, 2017


Filed under Showcase, World Languages

Am 28 September, Deutsch Klub hatte Oktoberfest. Es gab etwa fünfzig Eltern und Schülern. Es war sehr schön und wir haben Oktoberfest gefeiert. Es gab Musik und viel Essen. Das Essen war sehr lecker und authentisch. Wir haben getanzt und viel spaß gehabt. Wir freuen uns auf nächstes Jahr. Wir...

Football ‘taking a knee’ controversy stops short in high schools

Ethan Wheeler, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Sports

Dating back to 2016, many NFL players have taken part in a silent protest against racial inequality by taking a knee during the national anthem, but not many high school football players have joined the protest. “It’s freedom of speech. Kids are allowed to display their beliefs in different ways,” said at...

Jade Walker

Anne Mattea, News Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features

Three candles flickered in the dimly lit basement as smoke from the incense curled around the room. Seven teenagers sat in a circle, each with oil on their palms in an attempt to gain protection. An Ouija board sat between them, and they all watched avidly as they received answers from the afterlife. Many...

Cher Schwartz

Kaitlin Bruchert, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features

Hearing voices but there is no one there? Seeing shadowy figures in the corner of your eye? These are some of the things English teacher Cher Schwartz has experienced over the years. When Schwartz was 22 years old, she went on vacation with some friends to Edinburgh, Scotland. She and her friends went on a gh...

Avery Fess

Emily Huculak, Staff Reporter

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features, Sports

Many people enjoy scary stories because they excite the senses, raise the hair on one’s arms, and kickstart a trembling sensation for everyone involved. Ghost stories have a way of making one feel alive and opens the eye to new beliefs, especially when they’re true. Junior Avery Fess explains her...

Business students tour Bradley Center

Isa Kregel, Staff reporter

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features

The Sports Entertainment Marketing class and FBLA went to the Milwaukee Bucks game against the Charlotte Hornets at the Bradley Center in Milwaukee on Monday, Oct. 23. Tony Bussone teaches Sports Entertainment Marketing and runs FBLA. “The class prepares students who will study business or marketing...

Students keep motivation up during the school year

Michelle Jimenez, Features Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features

Ever wonder why some students struggle with their school work or their daily life occasions? Well it turns out there is one thing that can help them out, and it is called motivation. Motivation helps students and people with pushing themselves to get to where they want. “(What motivates me is) my...

GNHS takes on school rivalries

Jennifer Lopez, Features Editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features

As the school year starts and sports start to pop up again, students are getting ready to try out and start the season. But have we ever wondered what happens during the game? As to why there might be a little rivalry going on between other schools? “Rivalries begin for a number of reasons. Here at...

National Coming Out Day

Anne Mattea, News editor

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features

According to the Human Rights Campaign, 26 percent of LGBTQ+ youth feel their biggest problem is not being accepted by family. This can cause many of the LGBTQ+ community to feel that coming out is a daunting task. Despite this, National Coming Out Day on Oct. 11 motivates members of the LGBTQ+ community...

Students fall into season with German Club

Isa Kregel, Staff reporter

October 31, 2017


Filed under Features

Oktoberfest kicks off the new season during the last days of September with food, music, and family. Thanks to Lisa Palaian, the German Club sponsor, and the families of students who were able to bake different dishes, Oktoberfest had around 20 families and other community members join the celebration. Oktoberfest...

Some students struggle without a lunch

Jennifer Lopez, Features Editor

September 27, 2017


Filed under Features

Imagine taking eight full periods of classes, including gym, without room for a lunch period to relax, study for tests, or even just finish some homework from earlier in the day. Some students have managed to be successful in the lack of a lunch during their school day.  Imagine taking eight full periods...

Students keep higher grades while being involved

Michelle Jimenez, Features Editor

September 27, 2017


Filed under Features

Ever thought how students are able to manage to keep their schoolwork current and also manage to be involved in any clubs or sports? Well GNHS students have it all under control. Ever thought how students are able to manage to keep their schoolwork current and also manage to be involved in any clubs...

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