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Football Kicks off an Unprecedented Season

Davis Cuffe and Emma Hamrick March 6, 2021

Through COVID precautions and weather cancellations varsity football kicked off Tuesday night! Our Falcons were able to get off to a strong start and rolled over Cary 37-7. While this season looks to be...

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Olympics Set to be Held Regardless of COVID Conditions: Is This a Good Idea??

Samir Tusneem, Staff Writer February 11, 2021

The Olympics is an event that brings unity to every country in the world regardless of the political relations between one another. With the Olympics being a tradition carried on since its origination...

Men's Lacrosse Looks Ahead To 2021 Season and a Promising Future

Men’s Lacrosse Looks Ahead To 2021 Season and a Promising Future

Davis Cuffe, Sports Editor February 10, 2021

With spring on the horizon, mens lacrosse is starting up at Green Hope! After the 2020 season was cut short to four games due to COVID, our boys are back and ready to play in 2021. This team is very young...

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,...

Many students opted to stay on Virtual Academy full year, but those on the hybrid plan will be returning as of 2/15

Green Hope Reacts: WCPSS Votes to Move Back Into In Person by 2/15

Uma Bhat, Editor in Chief February 2, 2021

WCPSS officials recently voted to return students to in person instruction beginning February 15th, 2021. The vote comes as a surprise to several students, both on the hybrid and virtual academy systems,...

With the commencement of the second semester, many schedule changes were added. Feeling tired and distressed, students petition for their Wellness Wednesdays to come back.

Bring Back Wellness Wednesday- Students Petition Due To Online School Strain

Wake County students, of the largest public school district in North Carolina feel the pain of online school with the sudden removal of Wellness Wednesdays.
Shea McIntyre, Student Life Editor February 1, 2021

With the ongoing pandemic and almost a full year of Coronavirus cases continuing to spike, most of life whether that be one's career, family, education, or happiness remains computer based. Other than...

What the Changes to the SAT Mean For You

What the Changes to the SAT Mean For You

Samir Tusneem, Staff Writer January 25, 2021

The SAT is without a doubt one of the most tedious and important exams in many students’ academic careers. The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) is an entrance exam for college in which students will have...

A Year Full Of Hope

A Year Full Of Hope

Lorelei Zagacki, Staff Writer January 25, 2021

Many people can agree that 2020 was one of the worst years everyone has experienced within their lifetime. Entering 2021 there is a year full of hope and new beginnings. Although the year had a rough start...

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...

WCPSS highschoolers now won't return til mid-February. Read to see what your fellow falcons think.

Green Hope Reacts: WCPSS Entirely Virtual Till Mid-February

Lucas Moore, Staff Writer January 15, 2021

On Thursday, the Wake County School Board once again delayed the shift to Plan B hybrid learning for high schoolers, and voted to keep all K-12 students in virtual learning until at least mid-February....

Read along to see what your fellow falcons think about the coronavirus vaccine.

Covid Vaccine- Holy Grail or Not?

Annie Hu, Social Media Manager January 13, 2021

On Friday December 11, 2020, the FDA approved the emergency use of the Covid-19 vaccine developed by Pfizer, which has been widely anticipated as the pandemic stretched on into 10 months. The Pfizer vaccine...

Cross Country Team Continues Excellence Through COVID

Cross Country Team Continues Excellence Through COVID

Davis Cuffe, Sports Editor January 13, 2021

After another successful season, our Cross Country team has regionals upcoming on Saturday! These runners have been running countless miles almost six days a week for months. With the ongoing COVID-19...

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