Students are sick of Shakespeare

At one point, all high school students read the works of William Shakespeare. English 9 reads Romeo and Juliet, 10

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Mrs. Thorn makes the middle school office fun

Jan Thorn started out as a paraprofessional at Kellogg Elementary and worked at the Ryan Intermediate in the office before

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Girls freshmen basketball team wins their first game of the season

On November 28, the freshmen basketball team opened strong with a win against Caledonia. In the first quarter, the ball

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Grilled Cheese Club comes to Gull Lake

Gull Lake High School offers a variety of clubs to students, but what’s lacking is a culinary club. Two students

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Girls JV basketball team beats Caledonia in a close game

The JV team played against Caledonia on November, 28. It was anybody’s game, but the Blue Devils made a comeback

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Hopcat’s crack fries never fail to addict

On October eleventh, Hopcat received a warm welcome downtown Kalamazoo at 300 East Water Street in the renovated northern portion

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Sophomore Madi Murphy warms hearts with hot chocolate

Everybody is entitled to their bad days, but not everybody is cheered up. Every day somebody struggles, and it often

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Candy corn discourse: Tasty tradition or unappetizing apparition

Cool kids consume candy corn Candy corn is a staple for the fall season and is a cult classic for

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Western Michigan University hosts its fourth Chinese Moon Festival

Western Michigan University is commemorating the Chinese Moon Festival in itd Student Recreation Center Saturday, October 7 from noon to

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Gull Lake’s literary magazine, The Impression, makes first impression

 Gull Lake’s district-wide literary magazine, The Impression, is getting rebooted this year thanks to five dedicated students. The Impression is

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