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Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

Satire: How to act in a classroom

Satire: How to act in a classroom

Zoie Walker, Staff Writer
December 7, 2022

With winter break approaching fast, that also means a new semester is close as well. I wouldn’t want anyone to forget how to behave in the classroom...

Opinion: Is sports memorabilia really worth it?

Opinion: Is sports memorabilia really worth it?

Patrick O'Brien, Staff Writer
October 27, 2022

Aaron Judge, a Yankees superstar, broke another former Yankees superstar Roger Maris’s single season home run record in American League history on Oct....

Opinion: Class of 2024 struggles to put the pep in their step

Opinion: Class of 2024 struggles to put the pep in their step

Anna Jenkins, Staff Writer
October 26, 2022

Yellow is pretty loud. Red and orange are also pretty loud, but when it comes to blue you'll hear almost nothing in that student section. Being a part...

Administration had approved any poster that relates to poetry, censorship or fascism by the time said poster was photographed for this article. This poster, which was taped to the side of Room 812 facing the breezeway, was photographed on Oct. 5.

Uncertainty over poster policy prompts student-admin dialogue

Kate Rowberry, Voices Editor
October 24, 2022

After Granite Bay High School administrators took down a series of student posters regarding the recently contested English curriculum supplemental materials...

Satire: Justice for the Oxford comma

Satire: Justice for the Oxford comma

Kate Rowberry, Voices Editor
October 7, 2022

The Oxford comma is the shunned punctuation mark of journalism. The AP Stylebook, which many journalistic publications—including Granite Bay Today—follow,...

Big tests, long day: New midterm schedule at GBHS

Big tests, long day: New midterm schedule at GBHS

Kate Rowberry, Voices Editor
October 4, 2022

After about four hours spent frantically bubbling in Scantrons and scribbling five-paragraph essays, Granite Bay High School students streamed out of classrooms...

Food Review: The good, the bad and the ugly of gluten-free crackers

Food Review: The good, the bad and the ugly of gluten-free crackers

Kate Rowberry, Opinion editor
September 21, 2022

Background Since my celiac diagnosis and consequent switch to a gluten-free diet a few months ago, I’ve become aware of the difficulty of creating...

While male college athletes are at a 10% risk of developing anorexia, and 38% for bulimia, female college athletes have a 35% risk of developing anorexia, and 58% for bulimia.

Commentary: The aesthetics of athletics

Patrick O'Brien, Staff Writer
September 16, 2022

As the world continues to evolve, so does the pressure of having the right body type to be an athlete. This has led to a lot of issues with eating and...

Commentary: GBHS has failed me as a queer person

Commentary: GBHS has failed me as a queer person

Lee Randolph, Staff Writer
September 14, 2022

The amount of people I had to talk out of suicide at age 15 should have been zero. Instead it was three.  All three had been bullied, harassed or discriminated...

Being a Granite Bay cheerleader means to always show pride and respect towards others as well as lifting them up in the process. To be the most outgoing and easiest for someone who doesnt potentially know whats going on at the school to talk to.  To be the friendly face and strong role model you see when coming to Granite Bay High School, Ava Casagrande, varsity cheerleader, said.

Opinion: Stereotypes delegitimize cheer’s status as a sport

Katherine Wilson, Entertainment Editor
September 14, 2022

“Grizzlies!” rang through the speakers as the Granite Bay High School cheer team struck a pose, panting. As the audience roared in cheers and chants,...

RJUHSD has debuted a locked-door policy and a student notification feature from Catapult EMS this school year.

RJUHSD expands school safety measures

Kate Rowberry, Voices Editor
September 13, 2022

   The new school year marks the enactment of two new safety systems in the Roseville Joint Union High School District: a locked-door policy and a student...

GBHS Media gathers for a group shot at the STN Convention.

GBHS Media finds success at national convention

Kate Rowberry, Staff Writer
March 8, 2022

   Granite Bay High School’s Media program competed at the Student Television Network  (STN) 2022 National Convention and came home with not one...

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