The student news site of Glenn High School

The Growl

The student news site of Glenn High School

The Growl

The student news site of Glenn High School

The Growl

Tardy Sweeps Are Counterproductive

Tardy Sweeps Are Counterproductive

Staff Editorial November 7, 2019

Getting to school on time is a struggle students have had to deal with every once in a while. Our school isn’t as forgiving to students attempting to get to class after the bell rings. Two years ago,...

Stop Changing Cave Schedule

Stop Changing Cave Schedule

Staff Editorial September 27, 2019

Our school is known for having a fluctuating CAVE schedule, and there’s no difference to that pattern this year. At the beginning of this school year, our teachers announced to us that our advisory period...

Skipping Algebra II Does More Harm Than Good

Skipping Algebra II Does More Harm Than Good

September 24, 2019

This year, students are not required to take the Algebra II course. Although it may seem like a good idea for most students to “skip” a math course, it may affect people when they apply for colleges...

Base The Pep Rally Seating On Class

Base The Pep Rally Seating On Class

Staff Editorial September 13, 2019

Our school had its first pep rally on Aug 16. The new seating has seniors and freshmen on the home side and juniors and sophomores on the visitor side. The pep rally seating makes no sense. Upperclassmen...

Mandatory SAT chaotic event

Staff Editorial April 8, 2019

The district paid for all juniors to take the SAT on March 6. This is a special opportunity that most students in other districts do not have. However, because of the unorganization and overall lack of...

Journalism is an art so why isn’t it considered one?

Staff Editorial September 14, 2018

Journalism should be considered an art because it does almost exactly what other fine art classes do; compete at UIL against other school for newspaper, stories can be showcased like artworks in galleries,...

Cafeteria overflow soulution: B lunch

Staff Editorial September 10, 2018

With our school having all four classes for the first time and over 1600 students, there are bound to be issues with accommodating the new changes. The first problem has made itself obvious with our lunches...

ProCom needs to be a junior class

Lily Villarreal, staff reporter June 1, 2018

The LISD district knows the freshman requirement class, Professional Communications is educating us about colleges and the ones we want to apply to. We believe professional communication should be a requirement...

BTS brakes records with “Fake Love”

Lizzy Nguyen, staff reporter June 1, 2018

The Korean Pop group BTS is returning to the new year with a new album, “LOVE YOURSELF 轉 'Tear'” following last year’s “LOVE YOURSELF 承 'Her'.” To debut their new songs, they appeared on...

Post Malone pushes the boundaries of hip-hop

Mckenzie Hoskins, editor-in-chief June 1, 2018

With his second record, “Beerbongs & Bentleys,” Post Malone hopes to "push the genre" of hip-hop. Despite only releasing his debut single "White Iverson" three summers ago, he's enjoyed a rapid...

Cap and gown design needed student involvement

Staff Editorial May 23, 2018

The senior graduation will be on May 31, 2019. The cap and gown were designed by Principal Lomeli with the help of the class ring maker, Herff Jones. The gown is navy blue with orange and white stripes...

Kanye’s opinions gateway for hate

May 23, 2018

Kanye West’s descent into “free-thinking” is actually opening a gateway for racists to use his words to fuel their ignorance. Recently, West had posted a selfie with Donald Trump on Twitter,...

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