Job Well Done

Every summer, the Grant Magazine staff holds a journalism camp for rising seventh through ninth graders. Their stories are posted here, on the Grant Magazine website. It’s 2 a.m. in late February of Cade May’s senior year at Grant High School. After a long night of finishing homework, he’s dead tired. May logs into his email before bed, his vision blurry after reading line after line of words. It’s been a few days…

Saving the World, One Piece of Trash at a Time

Every summer, the Grant Magazine staff holds a journalism camp for rising seventh through ninth graders. Their stories are posted here, on the Grant Magazine website. Looking out over the clear blue water and embracing the feel of a secluded park and large Rocky Mountains around her, Mikennah Schwing breathed in the fresh air. She took a last look at Glacier National Park. Schwing, a 2015 Grant graduate has always had a passion…

Afterthoughts: Making the most of our inexperience

It all started on a Monday. Well, Sunday evening to be exact. We had just been dismissed from the third day of the Grant Magazine Summer Academy, and had been assigned an article topic that we would pursue the rest of the week with a partner. Despite the slightly intimidating prospect of working with an unfamiliar face, the assignment itself seemed doable and we were looking forward to the week that lay ahead….

Ryan Yambra takes problems and makes progress

Every summer, the Grant Magazine staff holds a journalism camp for rising seventh through ninth graders. Their stories are posted here, on the Grant Magazine website. As Ryan Yambra walked down the hallways of Grant High School on a sunny afternoon in 2011, something caught his eye. The then-Grant senior noticed a flyer, different than the school’s usual posters of clubs and upcoming sports events. This one was different. It was for a…