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Granite Bay Today

The Student News Site of Granite Bay High School

Granite Bay Today

For those in support of President Biden, his inauguration acted as a symbol of a fresh start.

Commentary: Biden’s inauguration brought feelings of inclusion and peace

Elise Fisher, Staff Writer
February 21, 2021

By no means is the inauguration of an incoming president indicative of what they will accomplish in their term. However in this case, with the transition...

Movie Review: Kajillionaire

Movie Review: Kajillionaire

Justin Ha, Staff Writer
January 5, 2021

Off-beat, quirky, emotional and heartfelt. Miranda July’s “Kajillionaire” follows the journey of Old Dolio Dyne (named by her parents after a...

As the football season inches towards a close, the NFL Honors ceremony is on everyones minds.

Sports Commentary: NFL Honors Predictions

JJ Huish, Staff Writer
January 5, 2021

The National Football League Honors is a ceremony that recognizes players in the NFL for achievements on and off the field. Amongst the professional sports...

2019-2020 Granite Bay Speech and Debate Team

Back row, from left to right: Easha Narayanan, Srinidhi Chandraskaren, Sriyanka Mandava, Avanthika Panchapakesan, Ipsha Pandey, Ishna Pandey, Shrina Pandey

Front row, left to right: Avanti Ramraj, Shreya Nagunuri, Kriti Vasudevan

How to debate: Conveying your side effectively

Saihaj Cheema and Sabine Kanz
December 1, 2020
Be mindful of the situation, especially when touching on someone's personal life.
Many students feel insecure about sharing their opinions on difficult topics, especially without the presence of face to face contact.

Too afraid to have a voice?

Anna Jenkins, staff writer
November 30, 2020

The divisive 2020 election, emotional pressure of COVID-19 and increased passion behind the Black Lives Matter movement has caused some students to refrain...

Commentary: Equality is a two-way street

Commentary: Equality is a two-way street

Sidney Zabell, Co-editor-in-chief
November 29, 2018

  Ninety-six percent of those who commit homicides are men. More often than not, perpetrators of sexual violence are men. And of the 2,000,000 people...

Letter to the Editor: Responsible and Credible Sourcing

Letter to the Editor: Responsible and Credible Sourcing

September 29, 2017

Dear Editors, I'm writing regarding  the article titled "GBHS community responds to a rising controversy," detailing staff and student responses to...

Sadness is not a competition

Sadness is not a competition

Hannah Xu
May 1, 2015

For a long time, I believed that I couldn’t be sad because it would be unfair to those who have issues far worse than mine. Growing up with shelter 24/7,...

Communications evolution over generations

Communication’s evolution over generations

Caroline Palmer
April 24, 2015

If the bread is uncooked you usually blame the baker, not the bread. The same should go for any baby boomers who groan that the millenniums are lazy, have...

Love Yourself Week confines confidence

‘Love Yourself Week’ confines confidence

Epsa Sharma
March 27, 2015

Putting yourself first is neither pompous nor egotistical, but an act of self-preservation and gratitude that allows you to be a better person. However,...

Frustration unfairly directed at administration

Frustration unfairly directed at administration

Jenna McCarthy
March 20, 2015

An epidemic has spread through Granite Bay High School. It’s hit many students, particularly seniors. Symptoms include bitterness, rage and use of obscenities...

Religious extremists do not define my beliefs

Religious extremists do not define my beliefs

Rawan Khalili
February 27, 2015

Je suis Charlie. Je suis Ahmed. Je suis Muslim. Growing up as a Muslim-American, I quickly learned to accept that I had people who stereotyped me without...

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