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Advice On Being Waitlisted

Advice On Being Waitlisted

Karen Jean, Staff Writer May 21, 2021

Before a few months ago I had never heard of the word “waitlisted”, now it's all I know about.    Back in the fall I applied to Duke University. In April, regular decisions came out and...

Watercolor illustration of North and South America, on Earth. Picture courtesy of Elena Mozhvillo of unsplash.com

Products to Guide You Into Becoming a Cruelty-Free Consumer

Shea McIntyre April 22, 2021

On Earth Day, it's especially important to embrace our environment and continue to advocate for issues that threaten it. But, to really protect our mother earth, lifestyles changes in not only how long...

They say to work smarter, not harder! Read into Samir's handy tips to conquer procrastination even in an online setting!

Best Resources For Dealing With Procrastination

Samir Tusneem, Staff Writer April 7, 2021

With education currently being held in an online environment, it may be easy to get distracted during class or while doing homework. Staying on track while working on any device can be a difficult task,...

Stay tuned for Part 2!

GHHS Making New Friends- Part 1!

Karen Jean and Davis Cuffe March 26, 2021

With school being all online students have not really had the chances to get to know their classmates. The students who have had it worse have been freshmen because unlike seniors who had previous years...

Episode 3 of Inside the Falcon's Nest: SENIOR EDITION!

Episode 3 of Inside the Falcon’s Nest: SENIOR EDITION!

We’re back again with another episode of Inside the Falcon’s Nest! This episode is all things senior year! *Class of 2021 pride! Woot Woot!* We introduced two new staff members to the pod, Uma and...

Read further to learn how to keep up the Black History Month momentum following February! Image courtesy of University of Oregon's BHM page.

How To: Continue the Black History Month’s Momentum Year Round

Taewan Park, Multimedia Editor March 4, 2021

February marked the start of Black History Month- first started by Carter G. Woodson’s “Negro Week” in 1926 that has morphed into a month-long celebration to recognize Black history in their...

With these tips we hope you game on, falcons!

Online Gaming Etiquette ~ Toxicity Free!

Kavya Kolindala, Staff Writer February 10, 2021

Since the rise in the popularity of e-sports, gaming communities have grown to number in millions, ranging from kids to adults in the like. Although this brings a lot of diversity and different skills...

On My Identity: Queerness in a Christian World

On My Identity: Queerness in a Christian World

Maddy Chen February 10, 2021

Note: the following was written by an anonymous Green Hope student hoping to share their story to support others who may feel similarly (I am not taking credit for this writing, just believed it was worthwhile...

The C in Covid Stands for Character Development

The C in Covid Stands for Character Development

Anaam Amin, Karen Jean, and Elaina Gilsenan February 9, 2021

As the one year anniversary of quarantine approaches, we reflect on how we’ve changed over the past 11 months. We’ve gained new perspectives, learned valuable lessons, and made deeper connections,...

The First Episode of the GH Falcon Staff Podcast: Inside the Falcon Nest

The First Episode of the GH Falcon Staff Podcast: Inside the Falcon Nest

Along with The Green Hope Hunt Podcast, hosted by our wonderful Sports Editor Davis Cuffe, The GH Falcon is also releasing another podcast! Inside the Falcon's Nest is going to be a chill podcast hosted...

Student Advice for January

Student Advice for January

Shea McIntyre, Student Life Editor January 22, 2021

The commencement of something is always integral. For high school students at Green Hope the first month of a new school year consists of concluding the first semester, having a week of finals, and then...

10 Tips to a Totally Terrific Interview

10 Tips to a Totally Terrific Interview

Emma Hamrick, Writer January 5, 2021

As high schoolers, you are most likely going to have to go through an interview at some point, whether that be for a leadership position in a club, a job, or maybe even for college. Interviews can be extremely...

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