The Burrow

Author Focus – Elizabeth Acedevo

Eliana Amoh, Minority Beat Reporter
February 24, 2021

If you didn't know about Slam Poetry before, you will now, thanks to Elizabeth Acevedo. She had always had a way with words, leading her to want to become a rapper. This goal was not long-lasting. Acevedo met an English teacher named Abby Lublin at the Beacon School. Ms.Lublin encouraged Elizabeth...

Meet New Gopher, Mr. Doane: School Psychologist

Ameena Misbahou-Jalloh, Reporter
February 10, 2021

Lately, it seems that mental health is becoming more talked about in mainstream media. With the world’s current situation: COVID-19 and quarantine; people have no choice but to socially and physically isolate themselves. Even though social isolation helps reduce the spread of the CoronaVirus, it negatively...

A Freshman Perspective on The New Schedule

Michael Baffour-Awuah, Reporter
February 3, 2021

Hot topic: The new schedule. What’s everyone’s opinion on it? As a freshman in GBHS, I might have a different perspective than you but that’s okay. Let’s break it down. Start Time: The Start Time is exactly the same so no worries about that. Class Time: Class Time actually is now...

Get Informed: Black History Month

Eliana Amoh, Minority Beat Reporter
February 3, 2021

February is a month that is not acknowledged enough. Why? February is the month in which we acknowledge, celebrate, and educate about the history of African Americans. This event was not always celebrated for a month though. In September 1915, Carter G. Woodson Jesse E. Moorland founded the Association...

Scott McGuire, Principal
January 16, 2021

From Principal McGuire: A separate communication was sent to the Class of 2021. Our Graduation date and time is Thursday, June 10, 2021, at 1:30 PM. This is our date and time scheduled if we have the opportunity to hold this important ceremony at MD Live! Understand that this is all dependent on the state of our COVID metrics. Any changes or alterations will be communicated as we get closer...

Eliana Amoh, Minority Beat Reporter
January 8, 2021

Imagine staying in jail for over 11 years for a crime that you didn’t commit. Well, Korey Wise did. He along with four other teenage boys were convicted of raping and assaulting of a white female jogger in New York's Central Park in 1990. Kevin Richardson, Antron McCray, Yusef Salaam, Korey Wise, and Raymond Santana were all convicted and sent to trial. There was no evidence but they got convicted...

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