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Safa Caplinger

Safa Caplinger

Quinlan Holt, Multimedia Editor

May 9, 2017


Filed under GCAAtv, Life

Safa Caplinger is a junior in AP Studio Art, who created the painted portraits seen in the Sun during the art show on Thursday, April 20th, and then on display in the school lobby. The pieces were created over the course of both semesters this year to be used in the final portfolio for the class.

Everett Schoenke

Everett Schoenke

Quinlan Holt, GCAAtv/Multimedia Editor

May 1, 2017


Filed under GCAAtv, Life

Everett Schoenke is a junior in AP Studio Art, who created the 3D art piece seen in the Sun during the art show on Thursday, April 20th. The piece was created over the course of both semesters this year to be used in the final portfolio for the class.

Clare Whyte

Clare Whyte

Quinlan Holt, GCAAtv/Multimedia Editor

May 1, 2017


Filed under GCAAtv, Life

Clare Whyte is a junior in AP Studio Art, who created the installation seen in the mezzanine in the Sun during the art show on Thursday, April 20th. The piece was created over the course of both semesters this year to be used in the final portfolio for the class.

Spanish I & II start Pen Pal program with students in Columbia, South America

Spanish I & II start Pen Pal program with students in Columbia, South America

Kathleen Boesch, Staff Writer

May 1, 2017


Filed under 2017 Yearbook Spring Supplement, Life

Spanish I and II students have started a Pen Pal program with students in Columbia, South America. A Pen Pal Program works when students of two different cultures and countries befriend each other by writing letters, emails, or even video chatting back and forth. Kassondra Biggerstaff, foreign ...

Katlyn Miller – Student Profile

Katlyn Miller – Student Profile

Quinlan Holt, GCAAtv/Multimedia Editor

April 17, 2017


Filed under GCAAtv, Humans of GCAA, Life

Katlyn Miller is a junior who takes taekwondo outside of school at Kelly’s Martial Arts. She’s been doing taekwondo for five years and says she originally began because her brother was taking it; after a summer away, she decided she wanted to try it as well. Miller enjoys doing taekwondo becaus...

How to be a student journalist: reaching success as a writer

How to be a student journalist: reaching success as a writer

Elyse Luecke, Web Editor-in-Chief

March 29, 2017


Filed under Life

On September 25th, 1690, the first newspaper, Publick Occurences, Both Foreign and Domestick, was printed in Boston, written by Richard Pierce and edited by Benjamin Harris. This was the first news outlet that allowed the writer to be able to explain current events. However, the paper was suppresse...

Freshmen begin new path, seniors’ path coming to a close in production of The Laramie Project

Freshmen begin new path, seniors’ path coming to a close in production of The Laramie Project

Aurora Phillips, Staff Writer

December 15, 2016


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For many senior theater students at GCAA, The Laramie Project was their last play, and for a few freshman, it was their first real high school production. “I would say that the freshmen were split between the really hungry and really excited to be a part of something, and have an opportunity to ...

Senior Magazine – Class of 2016

Senior Magazine – Class of 2016

Ivy Beckenholdt, Senior Magazine Editor-in-Chief

May 25, 2016


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DIY: Flexible ice pack

DIY: Flexible ice pack

Elijah Bivins, Staff Writer

May 9, 2016


Filed under DIY

Students at GCAA are constantly working on their craft. In class, students are working to learn dances, as well as playing sports in physical education. When a student is hurt, time is wasted running back and forth to the nurse for ice packs, taking time away from learning in class. However, a quick...

Five Questions with Camerata students Kyree Hamilton and Riley Brawn

Five Questions with Camerata students Kyree Hamilton and Riley Brawn

Elijah Bivins, Staff Writer

May 5, 2016


Filed under Five Questions With...

Students Riley Brawn and Kyree Hamilton explain their perspectives of the Camerata trip to Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee. Riley Brawn did who not participate, and Kyree Hamilton who did.

5 Easy Tips to Help You Stay Focused

5 Easy Tips to Help You Stay Focused

Elyse Luecke, Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief

February 22, 2016


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Many adolescents have a difficult time staying focused on a specific task due to the many worries that weigh heavily on their minds each day. Whether it be stress about homework, classwork, tests, a job, extracurricular activities, family, friends, a busy schedule, or other conflicts, it can be very...

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