The Griffin Chronicle

How the GOP Tax Bill Will Affect High School Students

Hunter Hughes, Director of Data Development

January 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

The GOP Tax Bill has shown up in the majority of the news after it had narrowly been approved by the Senate. However, some of the objectives of the GOP Tax Bill can directly affect you, a high school student, in the college proc...

Dying to Drive?

Dying to Drive?

January 18, 2018

Do Griffins Travel During The Holidays?

Hunter Hughes, Director of Data Development

January 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Many people throughout the world and in the United States choose to travel during the holidays in order to visit their families or to just visit a nice place. When I asked some Griffins, of a poll of over two hundred Griffins,...

Staying Home Over Breaks

Staying Home Over Breaks

January 18, 2018

Late Start Wednesdays: Midweek Saviours

Max Hawk, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

A beloved aspect of the Los Alamitos High School schedule is Late Start Wednesday. This marks a morning where students have the option to avoid waking up at a painfully early hour. Students gain an extra forty-five minutes with...

Coco Movie Review

Coco Movie Review

January 18, 2018

How Many Holes Does a Straw Have?

Max Hawk, Staff Writer

January 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

While the discussion of how many holes are in a straw may seem simple due to the clear answer, there are some who choose to contest the logic granted by common sense. In objects such as a straw or donut that have one hole that...

The Pros and Cons of Year Round

Hunter Hughes, Director of Data Development

January 18, 2018

Filed under Opinion

Next year, Los Alamitos High School will completely convert to a year-round schedule. This transition has its pros and its cons. Here are some of the reasons for or against a year-round schedule:   Con: A Short Summer: During the transi...

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