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Another summer gone, another school year in session, another month of school almost completed, another Homecoming Spirit Week to look forward to, and another first issue of The Bobcat Banner coming your way. That’s right, we’re back and ready to inform you on what is going on in the school. From sporting events, to dances, and after-school clubs, if it happens at GBHS we’re committed to covering it! On behalf of the 2012/2013 Banner staff we would like to welcome everyone back. For some it has been a rough start, and getting up so early each morning doesn’t get any easier. But as we get into one of the most exciting weeks of school, we hope that everyone gets involved no matter what your sleep schedule. From setting out your Spirit Week outfits every night, to preparing yourselves for the ever-so-competitive Interclass Games. We apologize in advance for the senior domination over the school, as well as over the annual Powder Puff football game. #sorrynotsorry This year’s Banner staff can’t wait to cover all of this year’s events. But for now, Happy Homecoming Week, GBHS! Live it up and stay chill.
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FOOD Brianna Buzzell | News Editor
REVAMPING OUR SCHOOL LUNCHES
The school lunch overweight or obese; the if we can improve the lunches,” he explained. program has undergone number of obese chilhealth and wellness of “I already pay taxes, a complete overhaul dren in this age range our students, it is the and I feel like that extra this year due to a new has tripled in the last right thing to do.” money is all paying act that has passed into few decades,” states the But not all students for people getting free law called the Healthy, article “USDA Unveils agree with the changes lunches.” Hunger-Free Kids Act. Critical Upgrades to in the program. Senior In reality, Grand This change is a nationwide reform that all students are facing. A few of the big points of the act are the changes in serving sizes and amounts of grains, fruits, vegetables, and proteins. “Students will now be required to take a half cup of fruit or vegetable for their meal to be reimbursable,” stated the school’s news release on the subject. That means that for a meal Students must take a fruit or vegetable with their lunches, even if that means not eating them. to count as a meal and Nutritional Standards Cole Edwards organized Blanc students have not an ala carte, stufor School Meals.” a protest in the face of been paying below what dents must now take a Over the years, the changes. the government profruit or vegetable, where Grand Blanc has made “I feel, along with vides in reimbursement it was an option before. incremental changes to other people, the quality for Free and Reduced Also, in accordance with its food service to offer and portions have gone Lunches. According the new law, only eight more healthy options, down,” he said. “And to a press release from grains can be offered often being ahead of the spicy chicken sandJ.P. Adams, director of per week, which was curve. The latest implewiches aren’t offered operations, lunch prices before the minimum mentations are to make everyday. It pisses me have not gone up for 15 and now the maximum, sure that it remains right out the door.” years. which means goodbye consistent with curAs far as plans to sandwiches everyday rent laws. to continue the “I think Grand Blanc is and breaded chicken “The students boycott, Edwards stubborn.” products. and staff have been said these are in - Cole Edwards the works “but This change has very cooperative been brought about with the new changes Along with feeling not everyday” because because of the increase in menu format that the quality has gone it’s hard to get people to of obesity in students come with the Healthy, down, he, along with commit. nationwide. Hunger-Free Kids Act other students, feel that “I think Grand Blanc “According to governof 2010,” Karen Smith, the increase in prices is stubborn,” he said ment data, almost 32 director of food services are unfair. about the boycott, “but percent of children 6 said. “Change is often “They’re already they’ll get the point.” to 19 years of age are difficult for folks, but overcharging our
ROMNEY VS. stances for OBAMA Political the 2012 Election
Opposes abortion rights Opposes legal recgonition of same-sex marriage Supports increase in strength of armed forces Supports the No Child Left Behind law
Supports abortion rights
Obama has not pushed for stricter gun laws, while Romney opposes stricter gun control
Obama follows antiterrorism policies, Promises to work for the while Romney has repeal of the law allowing no constitutional universal health care rights for foreign Supports tax cuts for all terrorism incomes, and plans to suspects lower them even more
Supports legal recgonition of same sex-marriage Plans to cut armed forces spending Has approved waivers freeing states of the No Child Left Behind laws Still supports universal health care Wants to raise taxes on the wealthy and ensure they pay 30 percent of their income at minimum
PLATFORMS PRESENTED AT CONVENTION A recapping of the Republican and Julie Nichols | News Editor The Republican National Convention and Democratic National Convention wrapped up three weeks ago, each with their own unique qualities and objectives. The Republican National Convention took place in Tampa, Florida. During the RNC, the Republic Party nominated Mitt Romney, former business man and Governor of Massachusetts, for President and Paul Ryan, from Wisconsin, for Vice President. Held a week after the RNC, the Democratic National Convention convened in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Democratic Party nominated incumbent Barack Obama to be their Presidential nominee along with Joe Biden as the Vice President nominee. Aside from nominating the future President and creating policy platforms, the DNC and RNC are also a time to con-
Democratic National Conventions
vince voters to support their candidate. This is where the speeches take importance because ultimately all of them, whether delivered by a celebrity or a politician, are designed to be influential and persuasive. Key speakers at the RNC included Arizona Senator John McCain, former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, Actor Clint Eastwood, Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney, as well as his wife Ann Romney. One of the most talked about orations was from Eastwood who spent most of his 12 minutes improvising a conversation with a chair and calling it President Obama. Another favorite was Ann Romney who according to NPR. com had “one of the most important jobs at the convention: giving voters a glimpse into the private world of Mitt Romney.” Of course Romney took the stage himself and had this to say: “Now is the moment when
we can stand up and say, ‘I’m an American. I make my destiny. And we deserve better! My children deserve better! My family deserves better. My country deserves better!’ So here we stand. Americans have a choice. A decision. To make that choice, you need to know more about me and about where I will lead our country.” Much like Ann Romney’s speech, Mitt Romney choose to focus on who he was as a person. Unlike Obama, who has already been in the public eye for the past four years, many voters aren’t familiar with who Romney is and what values he stands for. Over at the DNC, speaker ranged from former Michigan Governor Jennifer Granholm to actress Scarlett Johansson to First Lady Michelle Obama. Also, a crowd favorite was former President Bill Clinton. As the last speech of the
convention, President Obama addressed the nation with: “Now, I won’t pretend the path I’m offering is quick or easy. I never have. You didn’t elect me to tell you what you wanted to hear. You elected me to tell you the truth. And the truth is, it will take more than a few years for us to solve challenges that have built up over decades. It’ll require common effort, shared responsibility, and the kind of bold, persistent experimentation that Franklin Roosevelt pursued during the only crisis worse than this one.” In the end, political conventions come once every four years. With the Republican National Convention and the Democratic National Convention said and done, many Americans look forward to the political debates to come.
See page 13 for opinion article on RNC
LOCAL FOOTBALL PLAYER COMMITS TO PITT Austen Bolliat-Cline | Staff Writer
no surprise as Maclean the varsity level.” He fans, coaches, teamstands in at 6’3” and believes that that feeling mates, and the commuweighs 233 pounds. The weight in no way slows him down as he was timed in at the 40-yard dash with a time of 4.7 seconds. Maclean said he did have division one offers prior to this season so he did not feel like there was too much added pressure. It looks as if he won’t have much in his way once he lands on campus either. Pittsburgh will lose five senior defensive players who will graduate this year. Maclean led the Bobcats with 107 tackles last season, as the Bobcats made a deep run in the MHSAA playoffs last year, losing to Rockford in the regional final by a score of 30-28. This year Luke Maclean celebrates a 42-6 victory against Brighton. is Maclean’s senior year and he hopes to lead will sink in and that the nity will be excited to this 2012 team to a state team will bounce back. watch this young man finals game. However, According to state play at the collegiate this won’t be easy as the standards a team must level and maybe even team has already dug win six games out of someday in the National itself into a two loss nine to secure its spot. Football League. hole. But if anyone can do it, Maclean said, “We it’s the Bobcats. are dealing with a young No matter what hapteam, still adjusting to pens this season, the August 24 HOME against Carman Ainsworth - Lost - 27 to 14 30 AWAY against Livonia Churchill - Lost - 44 to 16 September 7 AWAY against Milford - Won - 35 to 13 14 HOME against Brighton - Won - 42- to 6 21 AWAY against Howell 28 HOME against Pinckney - HOMECOMING October 5 HOME against Hartland - PINK OUT 12 Crossover 19 AWAY Plymouth - 6:30 PM Game time is 7 PM unless otherwise marked
Standout linebacker Luke Maclean announced recently he would attend Pittsburgh University on a football scholarship next fall. He is one of two recruits at linebacker position that the Panthers have locked up for next season, although Maclean is also listed as a defensive end. The other schools that were in the hunt for Luke’s talent included Buffalo, Cincinnati, Central Michigan, Western Michigan, Kansas, Kent State, and Toledo. The Flint Journal reported that Michigan State had also shown significant interest in Grand Blanc’s own star linebacker. When asked about his (Maclean’s) decision to attend Pittsburgh he gave us a solid response saying “The coaches just felt like family, and the switch to the ACC was also a big decision factor...Pitt also needs players at my position and there is a good chance that I’ll get playing time early.” He added. These offers came as
XC STEALS THE SHOW Boys Cross Country comes home with massive victory Tyler Fee | Sports Editor The cross country boys team traveled to Holly on Saturday, Sept. 15 and came home with a bit of hardware: a first place trophy. The team performed extremely well from top to bottom. The runners managed to stick in their Grand Blanc pack for most of the race, which consisted of sophomore Grant Fisher, junior Dillyn Foy, senior John Derry and senior captain Carson Truesdell. Fisher came out of the pack first for the Bobcats and finished second with a time of 16:11. Foy and Truesdell came out fifth and sixth, respectively, as Foy edged out Truesdell by half a step at the finish line. Both runners took away a time of 16:24. Derry was right behind them in tenth with a time of
Photo: Banner/Fee 16:37. Junior Brandon Blake finished with a time of 17:36. Junior Nick Voth ran a 17:47 with his brother, freshman Jonathon Voth, running an 18:49. “We are one close knit team with one goal – to get the first place trophy at the state meet. We have a strong team with lots of experience. Each day, we give 100 percent effort and hopefully that will Running their way to victory at the Holly Invitational, John Derry, Carson Truesdale, lead us to victory,” and Dillyn Foy help the cross country team bring home a trophy. Truesdell said. on everyone’s calendars, best competition in MichiThe next mark on the however, as the Bobcats gan. As always, the team has team’s schedule was Tuestravel down to the Jackson set high expectations for day, Sept. 18 where they met Invitational where they will themselves and expect to add Howell in a KLAA dual meet. face off against some of the to their trophy case. Saturday, Sept. 22 is circled Photo: Banner/Karatza
Watching their team, varsity cheerleaders anxiously await the victory over Brighton. They weren’t let down with a winning score of 42-6. The squad will be hosting their second annual tailgate party before the Homecoming Game.
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Sara Diesel | Feature Editor
Let’s face it. Residing in the good ‘ol ‘burbs of Grand Blanc can really have some of us spinning our wheels thinking of fun things to do around here. And while I’m just as much a sucker for NCG Trillium and GB’s Friday Night Lights as the next gal, I still search for a little something extra to get my mind off my next impeding homework load or exam. So I craft things. I cook, I create, I stitch, and I imagine. And I think you should too. This year, I will be sharing with you my favorite DIY (do it yourself) projects. Whoah...I know. Projects? I’ve had enough of those too, but relatively few projects of the common sort involve sparkles, delish food, and new clothes, right? Right. I’m entrusting to you the coolest, most fun, and easiest crafts out there and I’d love for you to send in requests and tips for upcoming issues. Stop by the Banner Room (100) and drop off your ideas or put it in the mailbox on the board across from our room for a chance to be featured in the Banner. This is for all the artsy kids, and novices alike. This is for you Grand Blanc. This is The 810 Crafty.
HOMEMADE PEANUT BUTTER CUPS Ingredients: 1 jar~16 oz peanut butter (smooth or crunchy) 2 Hershey’s chocolate bars ¼ cup powdered sugar ½ TBSP softened butter
Stir together peanut butter, powdered sugar, and butter and set aside Melt chocolate bars via stovetop, stirring continuously until smooth. Dollop chocolate into mini cupcake papers, coating bottom and sides completely, keeping approx. ½ chocolate on low setting
Scoop peanut butter into zip-lock bag and cut bottom small corner to pipe peanut butter into chocolate cups Dollop remaining chocolate over peanut butter cups and let cool
Cool in refrigerator~10 minutes
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT Lindsay Covert, senior
Christine Pittenger | Staff Writer
Paul Joseph, freshman Morgan Herzog | Photographer
1. I am a competitive horseback rider 2. I shoot archery 3. My favorite class is U.S. History 4. My favorite book is Into The Wild 5. Rocky is my favorite movie 6. I have been in three school performances 7. I love ‘80s pop culture 8. My favorite gift was a painted canvas with a quote from Stand By Me made by my best friend 9. I have terrible separation anxiety from my parents 10. I love sharks
1. I was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 2. I play baseball, basketball, and golf 3. I have two older sisters 4. My favorite food is steak 5. My favorite sports team is the Pittsburgh Steelers 6. I like to watch comedy and action movies 7. I listen to hip-hop, pop, and rap. “The good stuff ” 8. I like to write 9. My favorite color is red 10. Tigers are my favorite animals
NEW TEACHER SPOTLIGHT
Rylie Daniels | Media Editor
Morgan Herzog | Photographer Name: Snow Li Teaches: Chinese I Taught Chinese at a school in Clio Likes that the GB staff is very helpful Interesting Fact: She is good at ping pong
Name: Jill Kennedy Teaches: Gym Taught in Arizona and Indiana, and played softball for CMU Dad was a P.E. teacher as well Interesting Fact: She hates shopping and her lucky number is 13 Photo: Banner/Daniels
From the tennis court to classic roses, students get creative with their methods of asking others to Homecoming. banner2012//@BobcatBanner
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Cute ways GBHS students were asked to Homecoming
Students stay after school to volunteer in tutoring lab.
VOLUNTEERING For good will or selfishness? Jake Young | Copy Editor
In today’s merit oriented heads that we work so hard to world, volunteering is a huge get good grades, in order to be topic. Widely regarded as an better than our classmates. If inspiring undertaking, volun- our classmate earned a great teering had the potential to grade, we should do better. not only increase one’s feeling This feeling of needing to of self-accomplishment, but to be the best carries on into high motivate others to help othschool, where we are all comers and achieve this feelpeting for a spot in coling as well. After all, isn’t leges. One “has to” do that what volunteerbetter than that person ing is all about? Helpif they want to get into ing others and feeling their chosen college. So, to good about one’s self? Photo: B a get ahead, one will n Sadly to say, find volunteer the emphasis opportunities, in life is placed whenever they significantly possibly can, on self-gain, not because s elf-pres er vathey WANT tion, and selfto, but because achievement. From they HAVE to get an early age, we Jake Young, Copy Editor into that college. strive to get better grades than They will show up, smile at the kid next to us, we want to the kids at the day camp, happibe better than them in sports, ly read to the children at school, we have to have a higher so- cheerfully speak with the elcial standing than them. derly at nursing homes. But, In an individualistic society, will the smiles, happiness, and one does what it takes to get cheer be due to the good deed, ahead. Do we all do this be- or the potential personal gain cause we want to, necessarily? from that deed? One no longer Without a doubt, one strives gets the gratifying feeling of to succeed, that is undeni- helping someone out, they get able. However, even though the “gratifying” feeling that they we have a self-inflicted will to did more than the guy or girl succeed, most of our “motiva- next to them. So, at that point, tion” comes from other sources. is it really volunteering, or is it Our parents are to thank a job that is needed to succeed? for that. It is drilled into our
Dear Angie, I really want to ask this girl to Homecoming, but I have never gotten up the courage to talk to her. What do I do to get her to say yes? Anonymous
Anonymous, Girls love confident boys and spontaneity. Do something that will make her say, “That guy in math was super funny,” whenever she thinks of you. This task may seem daunting, but in reality, all you have to do to get someone to remember you is crack a joke, or even ask an interesting question, or maybe introduce a memorable topic of conversation. My point is, make yourself be heard, but don’t be annoying. If she isn’t laughing, she’s probably facepalming. Once you’ve established yourself as a cool, intelligent young man, come up with a way to ask her to the dance. I, personally, am more simplistic, but that varies from girl to girl. Go with your gut on this part, but remember: CONFIDENCE. If you back out, there’s no way for her to know that you’re even interested! Some other things to take into consideration are: 1) Don’t ask too late. Girls need time to prepare and organize, they don’t need to stress about if they’re ever going to get asked. Give them at least a week and a half before. 2) Keep it classy. If you poke fun at a girl while trying to win her over, then you’re better off not even trying. Don’t use derogatory words or impolite gestures; in the end, every girl wants that Prince Charming moment. 3) Be yourself. Trying to impress a girl by being someone you are not will leave you in a mess of trouble. You know this girl and this situation better than I do, so just go for it. What have you go to lose?
CONSERVATIVE LUNACY A take on the Republican National Convention Daniel Northrup | Columnist
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Eastwood claimed that The next night, I watched Obama had uttered profaniVice Presidential candidate ties at both himself and Mitt Paul Ryan accuse President Romney. While Eastwood Obama of causing numerbelieved his comments to be ous economic problems that funny, it was just another atwere actually caused by the tempt by the Republicans to Republican-led Congress. make unfounded accusaHe also refused to agree tions, leaving the Demowith Obama’s policies, crats no chance to and blamed him refute their claims. for the closing of Not only were a GM plant that K their speakers had been shut ridiculous but, down when their platform George W. was also counBush was in terproductive office. to our nation. The But the final various ideas that kicker came to the Republicans me on the last Daniel Northrup, Columnist stated, such as an night of the anti-abortion amendment, convention, where special repealing the federal income guest Clint Eastwood spoke tax, and having Medicare pay to an empty chair, reprea defined amount per indisenting President Obama. Photo: Bann er /
As I sat down to watch the Republican National Convention, I expected mostly somewhat logical arguments, with a few crazy ones. What I was not prepared for was the depth of the cesspool of insanity that calls itself the Republican Party. At first I found the slogan “We Built This” ironic, as it could be interpreted as the Republican Party’s confession to causing the problems our country is facing today. When I realized they were serious, it was all downhill from there. On day one, the highlight was Ann Romney’s absurd attempts to make her husband, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, seem like someone who the people could relate to.
vidual, are absurd and only help the richest people of our country, who conveniently make up the majority of the donors to the Republican Party. Is this a coincidence? I think not. I find it appalling that the party of Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, and Dwight D. Eisenhower, who worked tirelessly for the common man, could become so misguided. What was once the party of change has now been perverted and turned into the party of stagnation, whose only goal is to remove every social and economic advance made since the Great Depression.
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For most of girls, picking out a dress for the Homecoming Dance can be challenging. Style, color, fit, and price are all considered when picking out the perfect dress. Not to mention that this year we have added the accessory of masks.
BEHIND THE MASK
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Some examples of the masquerade masks.
An extremely popular style of dress is trending according to GBHS students. The new trend is called Hi-Low. The Long Hi-Low dress is short in the front, but longer in the back. Dresses Some students like to call this style of dress the “mullet. ” Of course, there still are the traditional long or short dresses. Long Besides dresses, the next big deal of this year’s Homecoming is the theme. The ideaDresses of a masquerade brings excitement to many students. Sophomore Matt McKean says, “I think it’s going to be exciting, and a new experience for all of us. It should be really fun!” Now the only question will be, “who is that girl behind the mask?”
Popular Dress Styles for Homecoming
PEP WEEK Monday Neon Day Tuesday Twin Day Wednesday College Shirt Day Thursday Red & Black Day Friday Class Tee Day
As we celebrate this year’s Homecoming events, here is a reminder of what to wear. Remember, points can be earned for inner class games during spirit week for proper attire.
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