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Daunte Wright Situation: A Student’s Response

Jason Rong, Writer May 10, 2021

April 11, 2021  Daunte Demetrius Wright, a twenty-year-old black teen who had an outstanding arrest warrant, was killed by female senior police officer Kim Potter on April 11, 2021, in Brooklyn, Minnesota....

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Let’s Save Our Earth Together on Behalf of Earth Day

Nidhi Patel, Writer May 9, 2021

In celebration of the founding of the global environmental movement in 1970, Earth Day is celebrated each year on April 22nd. The first Earth Day in 1970 brought a public awareness of the status of our...

Microtransactions have become the largest financial staple of the gaming industry. Why might that be? Photo by SCREEN POST on Unsplash

The Dynamic Between Content Creators and Microtransactions

Mason Barish, Editor April 27, 2021

Microtransactions in video games and their implementation might be one of the most controversial topics in all of entertainment today. Nobody is guaranteed to get far in a conversation about gaming and...

Pictured above, the Qur'an is the holy book that is believed by Muslims to be a revelation from God.

The Holy Month of Ramadan From a Student Perspective

Samir Tusneem, Writer April 16, 2021

Every year, Muslims from all around the world come together in harmony to celebrate the holy month of Ramadan. Put simply, Ramadan is a holy month of fasting, prayer, and introspection for Muslims that...

How Well Do You Know Green Hope?

How Well Do You Know Green Hope?

Jason Rong, Staff Writer April 7, 2021

Do you think you know the ins and outs of GHHS? Put your knowledge to the test and take this quiz! http://www.quiz-maker.com/QRNMMFCX6 Enjoy!

Hmm, what are some good plans for Spring Break? (Credit for image goes to mamiverse.com)

Plans for Spring Break

Jason Rong, Writer March 28, 2021

With Spring Break coming up, you are definitely ready for an exciting, fun, and well-deserved break! However, with coronavirus still here and health regulations in place, traveling is out of the question....

Promotional Image for Season 25 of the Bachelor with its first Black Bachelor, Matt James and the 35 women competing for his heart.

How the Bachelor’s Most Diverse Season Backfired

Annie Hu, Writer March 21, 2021

In May 2020, the Bachelor franchise announced that Matt James would become the first Black Bachelor in the show’s 20 years of air time. Although James had never appeared on a Bachelor franchise show...

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AP Exam Changes (2021 Finals)

Samir Tusneem and Mason Barish March 12, 2021

Over this tumultuous year, the established formatting for the AP Exams has been rewritten time and time again. As it stands now, this past week CollegeBoard announced what looks to be a final set of changes...

There is a divide between parents and students on how learning should change before the end of the year, and this split has led to many ideas coming to the forefront schoolboard discussion.

Parents and In-Person School: Why are they upset?

Lorelei Zagacki, Writer March 11, 2021

One of the major changes in light of the pandemic has been the transition towards online school, but not everyone is happy with this shift. As the pandemic has persisted, many parents have suggested that...

The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 Vaccine being administered at Cary Academy.

Green Hope Staff on Getting the Vaccine

Ellie Hamashima March 10, 2021

This March, approaching their Year Anniversary with Coronavirus, many teachers have recently received their first vaccine dose. Regardless of which vaccine they received, Moderna or Pfizer, Green Hope...

K-POP Songs

K-POP Songs “Thanos-ed” from Spotify

Taewan Park March 10, 2021

On March 1st (KST), hundreds of K-pop songs were removed globally from Spotify without any warning, leaving many K-pop artists fans in agony. Major K-pop artists (IU, SEVENTEEN, (G)I-DLE, Monsta X, GFRIEND,...

RISING JUNIORS: What rigor of English is best for you? AP, honors, or academic... learn about AP to self-assess yourself before filling out course registration!

Should I Take It? Your Student Guide to Course Registration! (AP English III Edition)

Shea McIntyre, Student Life Editor March 8, 2021

It's that wonderful time of year we call… course registration! Which means you're more than halfway through the year, not completely done, but done enough to have to make pivotal decisions for the following...

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