High school transforms into multimedia art gallery for Festival of the Senses

The swirlingly colorful signs advertising Gull Lake’s Festival of the Senses formed what seemed a gallery of their own in the weeks preceding May 12 & 13. When it came time for art to overtake the cafeteria, the Choir and Winter Percussion’s musical efforts to fill the gym, and One Act plays to take place … Continue reading High school transforms into multimedia art gallery for Festival of the Senses

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Shreksposed: Prom not to take place in a swamp

Gull Lake’s Junior-Senior Prom theme was revealed during seminar March 29, to the great surprise of all those students under the impression they were to attend a Shrek themed prom. In actuality, the dance will be set in an enchanted forest rather than a swamp. Following the March 17 twitter leak concerning Gull Lake’s 2017 … Continue reading Shreksposed: Prom not to take place in a swamp

Richland Farmer’s Market will set up shop at the Richland Area Community Center

After occupying the Gull Lake Middle School parking lot for its 9 years of existence, the Richland Farmer’s Market has switched locations to the Richland Area Community Center (RACC). As explained by Rebecca Balko, Richland Farmer’s Market Manager, the previous board members (having run it since its fruition) decided to step down and the market … Continue reading Richland Farmer’s Market will set up shop at the Richland Area Community Center

Music Therapy strikes a chord at Gull Lake

Should one travel down the Social Studies hallway during 5th block Monday or Tuesday, they may detect some singing, strumming, or drumming (or all of the above) drifting out of Mrs. Harrison’s room. At this time each week, students arrange chairs into a circle and await the arrival of Mr. B, who will serenade them … Continue reading Music Therapy strikes a chord at Gull Lake

Symphonic Band stuns with ones at Festival

Saturday March 11 brought with it the MSBOA Band and Orchestra Festival at Harper Creek, in which both the Gull Lake Concert and Symphonic bands would showcase their hard work--with pride, of course. They did indeed do Gull Lake proud, as the Symphonic Band came away with a score of one in all categories--the best … Continue reading Symphonic Band stuns with ones at Festival

Desk Profile: Mr. Minehart reveals reasons behind his overflowing desk

The teachers of Gull Lake do not, as some might expect, maintain their desks as sterile surfaces for grading purposes alone. Instead, most are absolute conglomerations of high school artifacts, spilling over with a combination of decor brought from home and that accumulated from students. In any case, the contents prove interesting indications of the … Continue reading Desk Profile: Mr. Minehart reveals reasons behind his overflowing desk

Tasha Harrison’s class attends Annie at Miller Auditorium

Thursday, February 16 marked Tasha Harrison’s special education class’ long-anticipated field trip: the 7 p.m. showing of Annie at Miller Auditorium. Students and chaperones first met at 5 p.m. in . Harrison’s room, dressed for the theatre and already filling up on Twizzlers. Once all attendees had gathered, the kids piled into 3 cars (driven by … Continue reading Tasha Harrison’s class attends Annie at Miller Auditorium

Inaugural protests kick off the resistance

The Inauguration of Donald J Trump as President of the United States on January 20, 2017 inspired a wealth of action in Washington D.C. Though many came to witness the Inauguration itself, protesters were out in droves, attending various approved events and marches. While some unapproved, more violent forms of protest took place, planned events … Continue reading Inaugural protests kick off the resistance

Pink hats march on DC–and the world–in historic Women’s March

January 21, 2017 saw the voices of more than 2 million women (with at least 470,000 in Washington D.C. alone) and allies across class, country, color and creed raised to a fever pitch in defense of their fundamental rights. Harmonizing in chants of “Show me what democracy looks like; this is what democracy looks like,” … Continue reading Pink hats march on DC–and the world–in historic Women’s March