Fashion sense is not always deliberate during childhood. Throughout high school, many students find fashion as a platform to express themselves — for some, putting on a piece of clothing is a reflection of their identity. Grant Magazine talks to three students who incorporate their personalities into their style, from high fashion to a classic mom look.
Sophomore Phoebe Kearney writes poetry to cope with her father’s addiction struggles.
After one and a half years of living with his cousin, the author reflects on his actions and gains a new perspective.
Anonymous apps are popular among high school students, often used to give compliments and hint at crushes. But what happens when apps like Sarahah are used as a platform for cyberbullying instead?
Dozens of teenage volunteers from Multnomah County Sheriff’s Office Search and Rescue helped evacuate residents during the Eagle Creek fire in September. Several of these volunteers were Grant students. Hear stories from those intense few weeks.