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CHECKING IN “Service Night is always a great time to showcase why giving back is so important and how we can be more proactive,” said Becky Randolph.
From classroom to court
Rishi Verma , School staff • May 24, 2023

“I went to school with Obama for a year,” said Middle School English teacher and girls tennis team coach, Becky Randolph. This isn’t the...

From left to right, Abby Webster ‘23, Hannah Behringer ‘25, Ethan Aniag ‘23, and Campbell Parks ‘25 review the Voodoo script during rehearsal. “We were able to make comments about school through a couple of Greenhills-related sketches like The Day in the Life of Austin Andrews, College Admission Emails, and the demand for the Gryphon Den,” said Behringer.
A play on words
Megan Peng '25, School staff • May 19, 2023

Voodoo, a student-written sketch comedy, is prone to change each year due to the departure of old students and the arrival of new ones. Using...

DISCUSS Black Students Association (BSA) affinity group members Or-
rin Batts ‘23, Caleb Johnson ‘25, Alana Andrews ‘26, and Ana Flemming ‘24

discuss racial matters during a lunch meeting. “I think there’s an opportu-
nity for that group [the BSA] to do educational outreach, and there’s a way

for students to get more involved,” said BSA co-sponsor Janelle Sterling.
Black History Month ends, conversations continue
Aditya Kutty '23, Lifestyles Staff • March 24, 2023

Black students are looking beyond Black History Month towards the future with mixed views on the school’s teaching of Black History. During...

Lax to the max
Griffin White (#5) looks for a pass around the Detroit Cass Tech defense. “We had glimpses in the first half where we knew what we could do,” said Miller. “Once we cleaned things up in the second half, that is when we started to see the opportunities appear. We saw some positive results.”
All you gotta do is ReLAX
Nick Alumkal '23, Sports staff • May 24, 2023

With the first quarter barely half over the Greenhills Boys Lacrosse looked as if they would be left in the dust in their season opener on Saturday,...

HITTING THE LINKS Max Shulman ‘24 hits the ball off of a tee using a driver at the Huron Metropark Golf Course. “It feels really good to see all of the work that I’ve put in behind the scenes pay off.”
Junior golfer, ranked 7th in state, scores “hole-in-one”
Leo Applegate '23, Sports Editor • May 24, 2023

Max Shulman ‘24 sized up the fifteenth hole of the course. As it was a par three, he knew he wouldn’t need much power - it was the accuracy...

Get a closer look Judy Bai ‘26 focusing on a experiment during Broadcom MASTERS. You are randomly assigned to groups, you all have to work on a specific task and theres a different one ecah day, said Bai.
Judy Bai and the science Fair
Izzy Barru '25, Lifestyles Editor • May 24, 2023

From memorizing the periodic table to competing in science fairs all around Michigan Judy Bai ‘26 has continued to foster her love for science....

OUT OF RANGE Jacob Perkins ‘25 backpacking on a trip last summer to Philmont, part of a mountain range owned by Boy Scouts of America in New Mexico. “My favorite part of scouts is when youre an older scout, you can do High Adventure,” says Perkins. “This trip was 14 days of intense backpacking and I plan on backpacking for 21 days this summer too.”
Sophomores in scouts navigate path to Eagle ranking
Eleana Zhuang, Lifestyles staff • April 22, 2023

“On my honor, I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law; to help other people at all times; to keep myself...

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