A look through the eyes of someone who can't come into school.Read This Article
Popular greenhills after school eateries.Read This Article
Greenhills Sports Captains answer pressing questions about their experience in leadership. With wisdom, they write about their desires, hardships, and some pieces of advice.Read This Article
Remote learning has been an adjustment for everyone involved, and the pandemic has forced students to turn to online options for practically every activity. How much time are we really spending in Zoom classes? I collected hard data from the first semester to find out.Read This Article
What you should know about Greenhills' COVID-19 precautions for a safe return to schoolRead This Article
The Greenhills Variety show is looking for writers!Read This Article
Greenhills students Sophia Rich (Grade 10) and Parini Rao (Grade 9) made a huge difference by volunteering their free time to not only phone banking for the Joe Biden campaign, but also interning for the Jon Ossoff campaign. They talked about their experiences in both campaigns and shared ways that Greenhills students can help.Read This Article
In school we're often taught things that don't seem very useful. However, one class that would reap advantages in our future is finance. So, we interviewed a Greenhills teacher to get his take on it.Read This Article
Three Greenhills seniors answer questions from the community about their experiences with the college application processRead This Article
Because thanksgiving was just the four of us this year, there were definitely not "too many cooks in the kitchen." I ended up doing most of the cooking this year and compiled photos of all the dishes as well as what my family members each put on their plates!Read This Article
Everyone is growing fidgety these days, trapped in their houses. For my family, we reached our breaking point and decided to spontaneously pack up our bags and spend the night in our Ohio lake house. That one night was able to reset my perspective-- and here's how.Read This Article
With college applications coming to an end, we asked 10 seniors about their experiences with it, whether it was making a college list, writing a personal statement, or dealing with decisions.Read This Article
As students and teachers continually adjust to remote school, many students feel like they are spending too much time on computers. Here's some hard data on how much time I spent in remote classes during the first marking period.Read This Article
COVID-19 state protocols delayed the start of the Greenhills Volleyball season. Despite the setback, the players came out with full force, bringing out an impressive performance with remarkable wins and accomplishments.Read This Article
With the daily online Zoom meetings, it sometimes may get to be too hard to focus on the work in front of you. Read to figure out why that is, and what you can do to stay focus and engaged.Read This Article
Lilja Quinn lets you in on the secret held by her ears. (Hint: it's not wax!)Read This Article
A conversation with the leaders of senior buddies: why is it still important to continue senior buddies during remote learning?Read This Article
Greenhills students and faculty have been sharing their pronouns starting this school year. The reason to participate seems unclear. However, pronouns go beyond gender assumption. It also goes to the safety of lives.Read This Article
Here are four interesting points made by Yamiche in the student webinar.Read This Article
Though the pandemic kept us at home, Greenhills Stucent Council campaign season moved forward. I talked to the new StuCo officers to gain understanding of what the campaign season looked like in this unprecedented time.Read This Article
Due to the COVID-19 quarantine, we have all been spending more time at home. Consequently, those of us with pets have gotten to spend more time with them as well. Some pets react differently than others.Read This Article
While Greenhills moves to online classes, students are spending a high amount of time looking at a screen. What can teachers and students do to prevent digital eye strain while navigating this new terrain?Read This Article
The story of how I tore my ACL, from initial field hockey-related injury to surgery, and the beginning of recovery. The content spans several months and includes pictures from along the way. (WARNING: GRAPHIC IMAGES)Read This Article
A playlist of the students of Greenhills' favorite songs right now.Read This Article
I had the chance to sit with the 2020 Senior Class Treasurer, Henry Applegate, to discuss updates and progress on the fundraising for the senior class gift.Read This Article
Spirit week is enjoyed by many students because it is a fun and energetic outlet in gloomy days of winter and heavy workloads at school. Find out what students think about spirit week and why it remains a highlight of the year.Read This Article
As we move into the 2020 school year, here’s a rewind of some interesting moments of 2019 in pictures.Read This Article
The WISL Conference is a chance for young women to learn sports leadership skills and connect with each other through informative sessions. What did this year's conference look like, and how did the students who attended feel about the experience?Read This Article
With Greenhills implementing a new schedule this year, changes day-to-day have already been made. Should the school require breaks during instructional time?Read This Article
An interview with Greenhills' 2020 MLK Day speaker, Brenda FlanaganRead This Article
An overview of the Greenhills high school play, The Matchmaker.Read This Article
Take this quiz to find out which Horoscope best suits you.
Zodiac signs are a peek into why we are they way we are, this quiz will show you which sign you are meant to be.
About an interview with Paul Gargaro about the ideals behind the Plum Smart lunch program.
Includes analysis and suggests the lunch program has helped build community.
The story of how my sisters and I stole, cooked, and ate puffball mushrooms from our neighbor's yard.Read This Article
Vampires remain popular in the media, whether they be the original blood-sucking monsters or sparkly knockoffs.
But as more people choose this fanged creature as an ideal costume for Halloween, how can you know who to trust?
Is your spirit animal really an old person, or do you just like to think so?Read This Article
Views from the 2020 senior class’s trip to Chicago.
This newly introduced class trip opens the door for future classes to see the sights of Chicago and come together for their last school year with each other.
More than a dozen students traveled to China over the summer.
The group traveled to three locations, Beijing, Dali, and Shanghai.
This trip provided an immersive opportunity to learn more about the language and culture of the country.
Are sheet masks just a form of skincare, or something a little more frightening?Read This Article
My overview on the beloved 10th grade class trip: The Pinery.Read This Article
Article explores the grade theme and explains its importance.
Mentions the various ways 11th grade plans to focus/has focused on service.
If your life was a movie, which would you want it to be? The students of Greenhills answer this, and other fiction themed questions in this edition of Humans of Greenhills.Read This Article
Ultimate senior release/summer break to-read list compiled from GH student interviews. Special recommendation from an interview with Jan.Read This Article
History of the Greenhills forensics program and information about upcoming states tournament.Read This Article
Previews Voodoo’s annual sketch comedy show. A glimpse at some of the possible hilarity guaranteed to ensueRead This Article
Details about GH’s 2nd Annual Social Media Blackout. Liza Ruggiero provides some insight on the creation and purpose of the Social Media BlackoutRead This Article
Can you eat vegan with PlumSmart? Yes, but it’s not easy. I challenged myself to eat vegan for a week with PlumSmart, and the results were interesting.Read This Article
Students share some of their favorite memories from past Spirit Weeks and student council breaks down the process behind spirit week.Read This Article
Greenhills students and faculty house a huge community of pets.
Interviews reveal the inside scoop on some of our favorites.