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Paranormal Activity Around Gloucester

Stevi Brophy, Staff Reporter November 20, 2023

With all of the deaths on Crawford Road. Yorktown, Virginia. The road is only getting creepier and creepier. All along the road, there have been multiple deaths, murders, car accidents, and even suicides....

The History They Dont Teach in Schools: The Implications of the Louisiana Purchase

The History They Don’t Teach in Schools: The Implications of the Louisiana Purchase

AJ Escolero, Staff Reporter November 1, 2023

In April of 1803, the United States bought over 800,000 square miles of land from the French, doubling the United States overnight. The problem was that the French didn’t necessarily own the land that...

Extracurricular Efficiency

Extracurricular Efficiency

Rylee Kemnitz, Staff Reporter October 24, 2023

        Extracurricular activities at Gloucester High School are pretty popular. These activities, including clubs, sports, band, etc., can have both a positive and negative impact on students'...

Illustration of Pocahontas saving John Smith

The History They Don’t Teach in Schools: The Manipulation of the Powhatan Tribe

AJ Escolero, Staff Reporter October 18, 2023

In 1607, the seed of the United States was planted in Jamestown, Virginia.  At this point, a group of Native Americans had occupied the land for thousands of years. They offered to become allies with...

Entrance to Portable Classrooms

Teaching in the Trailers

Emily Williamson and Livie Knight October 18, 2023

With the new construction in A Hall, we have been moved out to portables. For the students, it has been hard to get to our classes quickly and efficiently, allowing little time to take a breather. But...

Coach Crouch

New One: Coach Crouch

Charlie Arnone, Staff Reporter October 6, 2023

The Starting Inspiration Crouch’s father was a coach at York High School for 2 years back in the 70s, and he had always told him that Gloucester was a place he wished he could coach for if he got...

Art from Gloucester High Schools art class

Art Expression in Schools

Emily Williamson and Livie Knight October 6, 2023

 Students should take art to express themselves and have fun. In 3D Arts, students participate in clay crafting. It is a great way to have fun and think outside the box. It can make you more creative...

Dr. Anthony Vladu

Meet Gloucester’s New Superintendent

Shelby Bennett, Staff Reporter October 6, 2023

Dr. Anthony Vladu is the newly appointed superintendent of Gloucester County Public Schools. With over 23 years of experience in education, Dr. Vladu is dedicated to collaborating with students and creating...

Ryder Cullison GHS English Teacher

For New Teacher, Ryder Cullison, It’s All About Listening

Tanysha Sanchez Ramirez, Staff Reporter May 23, 2023

Mr. Cullison, also known as Mr. C and Mr. Clean, due to his uncanny resemblance to the Proctor & Gamble detergent character, is an English teacher at Gloucester High School. He went to Matthews High...

Jesus Revolution, Lionsgate

Surprise Indie Film Tells the Story of Love and Peace

Zaylee Jenkins, Staff Reporter May 2, 2023

Jesus Revolution, a Christian drama, was released on February 24th, 2023. The surprise indie film office blockbuster, Jesus Revolution, depicts the narrative of the real-life "Jesus freak" movement through...

Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson

Speak ALS Top 100 Banned Books

Hannah Cupp, Co-Editor May 1, 2023

Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson is ranked 25th on the ALA's list of Top 100 Banned/Challenged Books for 2010–2019. It has been challenged for “rape, bias against male students, obscene language, glorification...

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