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Granite Bay Today

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Granite Bay Today

Campus clubs in need of a revival

Campus clubs in need of a revival

Paul Invierno, Intro Staff Writer
April 26, 2024

   The sun beams down upon the rows of tables placed throughout the busy areas of the quad, as hundreds of students roam around the stands for a potential...

Ramadan Quran Reading, Goharshad Mosque, Mashhad
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A millennium-and-a-half year old tradition- Ramadan (2024)

Audrey Baime, Bounds Broken Editor
April 8, 2024

1414 years ago, the Prophet Muhammad sat in prayer in a cave on the outskirts of Mecca. It was here, during the month of Ramadan, that Muhammad is said...

Is religious and political extremism on the rise in local school boards? A case study on RUSD

Audrey Baime, Bounds Broken Editor
April 1, 2024

This article is an update to “What we know about the parental notification policy” and part of the Gazette’s observance of the discussions of parental...

The Know We Are Here panel takes place in the Maidu Museum.

Know We Are Here: Four California Native American Women and Their Shared Heritage

Jack Stebbins, Staff Writer
March 21, 2024

California is home to more people of Native American/Alaska Native Heritage than any other state, and the groups are committed to sharing their stories. Know...

 At the Creative Space Lunar New Year celebration in Old Town Elk Grove, vibrant yellow and blue lions take part in a Lion Dance (Teng Fei Lion Dance Performing Arts Group).

The Year of the Dragon: Breathing Fire into the Lunar New Year

Samantha Yee, Staff Writer
February 9, 2024

Twenty-five students’ bachi sticks strike the wooden drums at their hips. The students, dressed in vibrant yellow, red, and black martial arts uniforms,...

These works are from sculptor Fumio Asakura at the Asakura Museum of Sculpture in Oita, Japan. Asakura loved cats, and so there are several cat statues throughout the museum. Photo courtesy of Noah Lemos

Grizzlies Across the Globe: GBHS students find abroad programs

Audrey Baime, Staff Writer
January 11, 2024

Senior Noah Lemos gets up at 6:30 a.m and heads to school, but rather than coming to Granite Bay High School, Lemos is 19 hours away, headed to his exchange...

Four GBHS students with ADHD shared with the Gazette the impact of medication and stereotypes on their day to day thoughts and behavior.

“They just cared about the pizza” : one club’s conversations to destigmatize ADHD

Sarah Yee, Co-Editor-in-Chief
October 30, 2023

When Granite Bay High School seniors Anna Hooglander and Sabine Kanz stood in front of their table at Club Rush, they weren’t surprised to see people...

Sophomore Bella Simmons is a Round Table employee.

Juggling jobs- how GBHS students do it

Rachel Guo, Staff Writer
June 13, 2023

In just about every generic coming of age story, the high school protagonist embarks on the job search with admirable gusto. The appeals, most notably...

Sophomore Maile Zeng smiles with her trophy after winning the state champion title for her oratory speech performances.

Maile Zeng’s milestone at speech state championships

Ryan Kim, Staff
May 19, 2023

   Granite Bay High School student Maile Zeng stands amongst several of her competitors in front of a massive crowd. She has made it to the state finals...

GBHS teens take part in annual mission trip to Mexicali

GBHS teens take part in annual mission trip to Mexicali

Loren Toeniskoetter, Intro Staff Writer
April 28, 2023

On a scorching Mexicali day, junior Jaylin Arnold sits in the back of a truck, talking with her team members in preparation for their day camp where they...

Lieutenant officers Luke Sincerny from the Rocklin Police Department and Jeff Kool from the Roseville Police Department answer questions after the conversation from audience members.

Cops converse with community about policing in Placer County

Sarah Yee, Features Editor
April 13, 2023

Rocklin Parks and Recreation Office Building’s Senior Activity Room is small but the Racial Healing Project’s monthly Community Conversation is anything...

Flyers for several pre-college programs offered by colleges and universities across California.

Pre-College Programs: Paying for Prestige?

Ryan Kim, Staff writer
March 23, 2023

To many high school students, the idea of spending your summer at a prestigious college can be an incredible opportunity they can’t pass down. Popular...

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