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Seniors Spread Good V18es at SRO

SRO, a senior year tradition that marks an end of a chapter in life and the beginning of a new one, wrapped up last weekend true to its name Standing Room Only.   The jammed packed, popular variety show created and performed entirely by the GHS Senior class had it…

SRO Seniors Feel the V18e

The seniors of Greenwich High School have put together their own production called Standing Room Only (SRO) which will take place on March 8-10 at 7:00 pm in the PAC. The theme for this years SRO is Feelin’ The V18e. “It’s a very fun, chill environment,” said senior Hannah Doyle.…

GHS Tackles Midterms Head On

Stress has been one of the hottest topics going around in Student Government. The Student Government Executive Committee has been issuing many surveys to the GHS student community to evaluate their thoughts on the current midterm schedule and to determine student stress levels before and after the exams. Before midterms,…

The Effect Of Hurricane Matthew In Haiti

Emma Burstiner, Staff Writer Hurricane Matthew may not have detrimentally hit the northeast, but it definitely harmed most of the people living in the Dominican Republic, specifically Haiti.  This hurricane was powerful, and it ruined many homes, buildings, and caused distress across the island.  The hurricane was considered Category 4 when…

Japan’s Single Mothers Face Poverty Trap

Woojin Kwak, Staff writer Many countries in our world today have high poverty rates, but recently, a rapid increase in poverty has occurred in Japan with single women. With the shrinking workforce due to low birth rates and stagnating economy, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has planned to help single women…

Tesla Gallery Opens On Greenwich Avenue

Michelle Xiong, Staff Writer Among the latest additions to Greenwich Avenue is a gallery for Tesla Motors. The company is well known for its advanced technologies in energy and electric cars. Tesla’s new location, which opened in early October, is the first established in Connecticut. The gallery’s proposal initially faced resistance…

Gillian Gordon: Founder of the Education for All Club

Julia Medina, Staff Writer Each Wednesday after school in room 640, a group of 30 students attend their meeting for the Education for All Club (E. F. A). You may have seen their flyers around the school for their upcoming bake sale, or their buckets of change in the Cardinal Cafe.…