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Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

The sexually-explicit platform OnlyFans has been involved in a controversy including a Sacramento Mom and Sacred Hearts Parish School.

Commentary: The actions of parents shouldn’t result in punishment for children

Trinity Jones, Staff Writer
April 7, 2021

“At Sacred Heart Parish School, we believe in educating the whole child,” The Sacred Heart website says. “In our care students will grow intellectually,...

A lack of palpable excitement has left fans isolated from the teams they love and players without much support.

Sports Commentary: Empty arenas are bad for fans and players alike

Antonio Sperandeo, Staff Writer
March 30, 2021

Last year, people watching sports games on their televisions could hear fans cheering on their favorite teams. Now, all that can be heard is echos and...

With a recent injury, Tiger Woods obstacle-filled career once again comes into focus.

Sports Commentary: The journey of Tiger Woods

JJ Huish, Staff Writer
March 30, 2021

Tiger Woods, a man who has accomplished so much in the game of golf and a man who revolutionized the sport, unfortunately got into a near fatal car accident...

Communism has never been successfully carried out on a wide scale, but does that make communism inherently bad?

Commentary: Why communism doesn’t work

Alexandra Felt, Staff Writer
March 24, 2021

A common argument I have heard against communism is that it has never worked before. The central problem is that there are too many people for it to...

White-Passing Episode 3: Defining ethnicity and race

Ali Juell, Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 8, 2021

We’re coming back from a brief hiatus, so I’m excited to be bringing you a new episode. So, what’s the difference between ethnicity and race? I had...

Protests and artwork in Sacramento capture the concerns of the Black Lives Matter movement.

Commentary: BLM protests are incomparable to the Capitol raid

Ria Dhamejani, Assistant Editor
March 5, 2021

The freedom to assemble; one of our foundational rights and the basis of the many laws America has been founded upon. Living in a free country means...

The admissions process can create a lot of stress for students, but is it worth all the anxiety?

Commentary: College prestige is a moronic marker of success

Ali Juell, Co-Editor-in-Chief
February 11, 2021

At a time when there is very little to enjoy, I feel like my mind is swallowed up by one topic more than it would be in a normal senior year: College...

With the elimination of SAT subject tests, many students wonder how the admissions process will change.

Commentary: Is it best for the SAT subject tests to be eliminated?

Maryam Mahmood, Staff Writer
February 9, 2021

On Tuesday, January 19th the College Board announced that they are “no longer offering SAT subject tests in the U.S.”  Additionally, they will...

White-Passing Episode 2: The weight of a name

Ali Juell, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 31, 2021

Welcome to White-Passing, where I, Ali Juell, and Jillyan McKinney, the Ethnic Studies teacher at Granite Bay High School, discuss being White and Latinx....

In political debates regarding topics like abortion and the rights of the LGBTQ+ community, Ali Juell believes religion shouldnt be a part of the conversation.

Commentary: Keep your religious beliefs out of your political beliefs

Ali Juell, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 24, 2021

I don’t hate religion. I just wanted to say that first so that I’m not assumed to be an angry atheist. I think religion is a great way to instill...

White-Passing Episode 1: Finding connection to two cultures

Ali Juell, Co-Editor-in-Chief
January 21, 2021

Welcome to White-Passing, where I, Ali Juell, and Jillyan McKinney, the Ethnic Studies teacher at Granite Bay High School, discuss being white and latinx....

Restorative justice is meant to appease all parties involved to best benefit society.

Commentary: The American prison system could use reworking

Alexandra Felt, Staff Writer
January 10, 2021

Prison abolition isn’t a bad thing From what I gather, prison abolition is sometimes misunderstood. It’s not about the erasure of our criminal justice...

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