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Granite Bay Today

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Granite Bay Today

Audrey Baime

Audrey Baime, Bounds Broken Editor

Audrey Baime is the Bounds Broken editor on Granite Bay Today. This is her first year on the Granite Bay Today staff.

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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...

Assistant Principal John Pichon shares his favorite pieces of Black literature with the Gazette.

Assistant Principal John Pichon talks Black History Month

Sarah Yee, Audrey Baime, and Samantha Yee
February 16, 2024

Legendary Los Angeles Lakers player Kobe Bryant’s,"The Mamba Mentality: How I Play." Historian and activist Ibram X. Kendi’s National Book Award winning...

Mean Girls Movie Review: Still Fetch?

Audrey Baime and Emily Lau
January 25, 2024

   The shade of pink is different, the cast is different, and the songs are different, but is the quality the same? A 2024 rendition of the 2000s classic...

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...

During the PAMA fundraiser (Oct. 22), Khelfa emphasizes that the Palestinian childrens deaths should not be taken lightly and are not just a number on a screen, but an actual human life that was lost.

Palestinian supporters gather to raise money for hospitals in Gaza

Rachel Guo, Emily Lau, and Audrey Baime
October 27, 2023

Hiba Hamdan is thankful her little two year old niece, who is in the West Bank, is safe. She checks in on her everyday through phone calls. Recently, the...

Photo Courtesy of RCA Records

Doja Cat’s Album “Scarlet” Review

Audrey Baime, Intro Staff Writer
October 12, 2023

   After clinging to the ceiling in a black demon suit, Doja Cat crawls toward the fearful woman on her bed, staring with blood red eyes.     From...

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