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Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

Ketanji Brown Jackson is the first Black woman appointed to the Supreme Court.

Guest: The symbol of Ketanji Brown Jackson

Iman Tahir, Guest Writer
May 31, 2022

Darkness. Screaming, but never getting a response. Your own words reverberating back as an echo. Listened, but not heard. That’s how I felt without any...

Commentary: Putin’s Mistake Has Exposed NATO’s Passivity

Commentary: Putin’s Mistake Has Exposed NATO’s Passivity

Aiden Sherman, Editor
April 8, 2022

It’s not a great combination—war and nuclear power plants. Unfortunately, Russia didn’t get the memo. Even worse, this war is one of Europe’s...

Satire: Empathy is the problem with this country

Satire: Empathy is the problem with this country

Aiden Sherman and Zoie Walker
February 15, 2022

“I have a dream, that one day this nation will rise up and live out the meaning of its creed… screw you, I got mine!” These noble words, uttered...

Commentary: I thought he was my savior

Commentary: I thought he was my savior

Alexandra Felt, Editor
February 1, 2022

"I thought he was my savior." So did thirteen other subjects who signed up for therapy at Brigham Young University in 1976. Max Ford McBride, a graduate...

Satire: How to Deal with School Anxiety

Satire: How to Deal with School Anxiety

Miya Mcclymont, Intro Staff Writer
December 21, 2021

Almost all high school students are familiar with the pressure that school elicits. For some teenagers, their anxiety levels are manageable, but for others,...

A lit and decorated Christmas tree sets the tone for the holiday season.

Commentary: Christmas Music and The American Grinch

Kira Allen, Intro Staff Writer
December 20, 2021

A lone customer is carefully calculating their weekly shopping itinerary. Head down. Grim face. They walk in a monotonous, ritual-like fashion as faint...

Commentary: The Olympics Ought to End

Commentary: The Olympics Ought to End

Aiden Sherman, Editor
October 29, 2021

Ah, the Olympics. A time where the nations of the world come together, play in some competitive games, validate authoritarian regimes, economically crush...

For first generation Americans, language can pose itself to be barrier rather than a beneficial device.

Commentary: Putting a name to the barrier of guilt and shame

Chloe Docto, Assistant Editor
October 8, 2021

  ‘Nakakaintindi ba siya ng Tagalog’, meaning ‘does she understand Tagalog’, was a question that I could never respond back to.     Until...

According to the Kaiser Family Foundation, around 20% of guardians refuse to vaccinate their teens. This has resulted in many teens feeling unprotected and uncared for during the pandemic.

Commentary: Minors need to be in control of their vaccination status

Justin Ha, Co-Editor-in-Chief
September 16, 2021

As the COVID-19 pandemic plows forward, it has become increasingly obvious that many minors’ health are being held hostage by their guardians and the...

Pictured above is the Hoover Dam, one of the great infrastructure projects of the 1930s New Deal. Huge infrastructure projects like this one will be set into motion by the new infrastructure bill.

Commentary: Too much to ask, or too little?

Alexandra Felt
September 9, 2021

Is 4 trillion dollars too much to ask, or too little? Recently, Congress passed a federal budget resolution and the House is in the process of considering...

Following a recording of Morgan Wallen using a racial slur, debate has ensued on the overall appropriateness of the n-word.

Commentary: Hurtful slurs should be used by no one

Andrew Goozen, Staff Writer
April 22, 2021

A couple of weeks ago, country star Morgan Wallen was filmed outside of his house using the n-word towards his friend. His neighbor who took the video...

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,...

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