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Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

Hartman heads to worlds

Hartman heads to worlds

Ria Dhamejani, Co-Editor-in-chief
September 28, 2021

With a pounding heart and a wobbling boat, Senior Elsa Hartman was doubtful of a win as she and her team raced for the USA rowing competition in Bulgaria. After...

GBHS students develop school culture on a daily basis within social interactions.

Vulnerability in the eyes of GBHS culture

Chloe Docto, Assistant Editor
September 14, 2021

   A voice cried ‘mistake’ from within the bleachers and was returned with a roar of laughter.      On the first day of school at Granite...

Political presence in friendships: is this a big factor?

Political presence in friendships: is this a big factor?

Amre Abumarkhieh
September 14, 2021

Despite the ambiguity of the recent election results, both parties have gained something vital for the future: the political awareness of the younger population.  With...

Make way for the freshmores

Make way for the freshmores

Saihaj Cheema, Staff Writer
September 10, 2021

     The front entrance of Granite Bay High school is surrounded by sophomores. Their eyes wandered from the unfamiliar faces to the classrooms that...

Amber Clark (center) poses with the Grizz Nation leaders at the 2021 Decades Rally.

Amber Clark: The new principal of GBHS

Justin Ha, Co-Editor-in-Chief
August 19, 2021

Out of the 2,046 students attending Granite Bay High School, it is roughly 600 students’ first year on campus. Of course, a portion of that number includes...

With the resurgence of the Black Lives Matter movement, championing Black histories has developed a more vocal presence.

Amplifying Black experiences

As of the 2019-2020 school year, 2.1% of the 2,073 students at Granite Bay High School identify as Black or African American. Concurrently, the staff at...

Students at GBHS can pick up rocks with uplifting messages from the rock garden to help relieve stress.

Mental health deteriorates as the pandemic progresses

Trinity Jones, Staff Writer
April 3, 2021

COVID-19 hitting the world has undoubtedly caused great havoc. Death seemed to be inevitable and fate would be far out of reach. Mental illness became...

Entering into entrepreneurship: Singhs successful small business

Entering into entrepreneurship: Singh’s successful small business

Maryam Mahmood, Staff Writer
March 15, 2021

Managing a business is easier said than done. Understanding the mission of it, the products to sell, the financial aspect and not to mention handling inventory...

Key Club and Eunoia, non profit organizations at Granite Bay High School, encourage arising volunteers to aid their communities via service projects that are hosted by each organization.

Key Club and Eunoia: providing service amidst crisis

Maryam Mahmood, Staff Writer
March 9, 2021

Engaging in community service regardless of one’s personal situation is a daunting task. Unfortunately, “two-in-three volunteers decreased or stopped...

Cancelled without prejudice is a statement that indicates that a visa has been cancelled and can no longer be used for entry into the U.S.

Cancelled with prejudice: repercussions of the Muslim Travel Ban

Heba Bounar, Co-Editor-in-Chief
March 1, 2021

Y.R. is an Iranian chemical engineer. In 2016, she stayed awake for 24 consecutive hours supervising catalysts in her laboratory, a task that most modern...

Students in the GBHS media program discuss ideas for new content.

Covering campus life when there’s nothing left to cover

Elise Fisher, Staff Writer
February 22, 2021

It seems almost impossible that there wouldn’t be a sports game, event, dance or interview to talk about in the school’s morning bulletin, but with...

Ding Tea, a local boba shop in Granite Bay, is one of the many victims of slow business due to COVID-19.

From opening to quarantine: where does the pandemic leave local businesses?

Katherine Wilson, Staff Writer
February 22, 2021

With the rapid spread of COVID-19 cases, millions of businesses have been heavily impacted. Big or small, local shops are struggling to survive. Falafel...

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