GL grad Jake Lamons continues filmmaking success in Red Bull contest

By the time of their sophomore year, not many college students can say they have been nationally recognized in their

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RACC and teacher Scott Minehart team up to educate community about Islam

While Islam is the second largest religion in the world, there is very little understanding of its tenets and beliefs

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Why I don’t stand for the Pledge

According to the House Fiscal Agency, when Governor Rick Snyder signed Public Act 321 in 2012 into law, Michigan became

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Students should vote… only if they are educated

In next year’s presidential election, most of this year’s seniors and a handful of juniors will be able to vote.

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That’s a wrap! Homecoming festivities wind down after weekend of events

Homecoming nominees hold court in assembly and parade After a forgotten announcement the Friday before Homecoming week, the students nominated

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Seniors dominate Powderpuff game, 33-8

After a week of practice and strategizing, the junior and senior Powderpuff teams faced off Monday night at 7 p.m.

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GL’s Kirsten Sluyter awarded Adam F. Carter Young Artist Award

Gull Lake High School’s Performing Arts Company (PAC) has a one of a kind “stage mother” and her name is

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GL grad and nationally recognized filmmaker Jake Lamons excels in his craft

When most people hear the word film, they think of two hour long movies that premiere in large commercial theaters.

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GL and Kalamazoo theater communities honor and remember Adam Carter

From opening Fancy Pants Theatre in 2010 to playing the flamboyant and devilish emcee in Farmer’s Alley Theatre’s production of

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Ebola hysteria spreads faster than the disease: What the outbreak actually means for the world

In the United States, people, especially students, are often ignorant to the problems in other countries until it begins to

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