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Grant Class of 2014: 

Congratulations, seniors.



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More from the June 2014 Issue

Double Take

Double Take

There are few people who look back at old yearbook photos without cringing. A handful of seniors reflect on the changes Grant brought out in them.

Saying Goodbye

Saying Goodbye

Seniors aren’t the only people leaving Grant this month. Some of the school’s staff members are departing, too. What are they saying about their time here?

Senior Wills

Senior Wills

Grant’s graduating seniors leave behind possessions, advice and positions to lucky underclassmen, and Grant Magazine supervisor Dave Austin says farewell to graduating Grant Mag staff members.

Senior Map

Senior Map

Where is the Class of 2014 headed next year?

Counselor at a Crossroads

Counselor at a Crossroads

Catherine Smith has her dream job, a supportive husband and a baby on the way. But the death of her father last year has left a void.

The King’s Opus

The King’s Opus

When Denny King opened the Veritable Quandary in 1971, it was a small bar patronized mostly by professors and protesters. Since then, the Grant High grad has built the establishment into one of the best restaurants in Portland. So who is the man behind the Veritable Quandary?

Cowboy Incognito

Cowboy Incognito

A country man in city clothes, Morgaen Schall hid himself for four years from a bullying he thought inevitable at Grant.



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