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Barbara Bush: A Mother for the Nation

Matthew Goins, Assistant Editor April 20, 2018

On Tuesday evening, the United States lost a mother, a wife, and a leader in Barbara Bush. Mrs. Bush was the First Lady to President George H.W. Bush. They married each other in their early 20s, while...

Students at the White House

GHS Students Visit the Nation’s Capitol

Matthew Goins, Assistant Editor April 20, 2018

A group of 47 GHS juniors and seniors kicked off their spring break early on March 27th, when we departed for Washington, D.C. We spent Tuesday afternoon and  evening journeying through North Carolina...

Students in front of White House

GHS DC Trip 2018 | Photos

Kayleigh Harrill, Staff Writer April 20, 2018

On March 27 - April 1, 2018, a handful of our juniors and seniors made their way up to Washington D.C. for a once in a lifetime experience at our nation's capital, where they explored the concepts of United...

Praxis and Other Alternatives to the University

Praxis and Other Alternatives to the University

Grayson McDowell, Staff Writer March 26, 2018

What is the key to education? Mark Twain once profoundly wrote, "Don't let your schooling interfere with your education." Young American adults live in an era when there are only a few obvious options...

Florida School Shooting

Kate Williams, Staff Writer March 22, 2018

  School: a place that parents send their children, confident that they will return at the end of the day with more knowledge than they had when they got out of bed that morning. So what does...

Opioids: Legal Manslaughter

Tim Clary, Staff Writer March 19, 2018 Since 1996, pharmaceutical painkillers, known as opioids, have ravished the lives of many families that have been prescribed these highly...

Spring Break is Almost Here

Spring Break is Almost Here

Cassie Martin, Assistant Editor March 15, 2018

We are officially in the second week of March. That means that spring break is less than one short month away. If you have not, it is time to plan the best vacation ever. Here are some tips on just how...

The Debate Society

The Debate Society

Grayson McDowell, Staff Writer March 15, 2018

Do you possess very strong opinions or an open mind? Do you like to watch people argue? Are you often disagreeable or conciliatory? Are you headed for a career in law or politics or ministry? If so, then...

Gaffney High School Theater is going Back to the 80s!

Gaffney High School Theater is going “Back to the 80s!”

Matthew Goins, Assiatant Editor March 7, 2018

Remember the age of rock-n-roll and the Atari? When kids would wake up to watch the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles or Yoda and Vader in Star Wars? Those were the 80s, the age when it seemed as if everyone...

Why Ken Block is an American Hero

Why Ken Block is an American Hero

Dylan Patton, Staff Writer March 6, 2018

Ken Block, an entrepreneur and rally driver, is an example of American’s obsession with cars and business, and should be looked up to for generations to come. Ken Block represents everything young male...

And the Oscar goes to...

And the Oscar goes to…

Sara Swayngim, Staff Writer March 6, 2018

On March 1, over 400 people attended the KNOW(2) banquet to honor the founder of KNOW(2), Oscar Fuller. The fourth annual banquet gave the attendees the opportunity to donate to KNOW(2) to help push for...

Poetry Slam 2018

Poetry Slam 2018

Kayleigh Harrill, Staff Writer March 6, 2018

Each year, Gaffney High Schools Literary Magazine, The Pinnacle, hosts a Poetry Slam, where students in every English class submit their best poem. The ones who are selected read their poem aloud in the...

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