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Follow this link to purchase tickets for Green Hope Athletic events
Quiz: Which lacrosse player are you?
Quiz: Which lacrosse player are you?
Regan Orlando and Mason ClineFebruary 23, 2024
Shreya Ravi (‘24) is going to star as Judy in the Green Hope spring musical, 9 to 5. She strikes a pose in the chorus room where GH Theatre hosts many of their practices.
Talents of Theater: Shreya Ravi
Deepa Ramesh, Staff Writer • February 23, 2024
Milkshakes and french fries are a popular food combination. Photo used with permission from yeoul Shin on Unsplash
Yuck or yum: Weird food combinations
Annabella Monge and Jason HuangFebruary 22, 2024
Pinning down the win
Pinning down the win
Zoe Westerlund and Deepa RameshFebruary 23, 2024
Follow this link to purchase tickets for Green Hope Athletic events
Pinning down the win
Pinning down the win
February 23, 2024
GHFalcon News 2/23/24
February 23, 2024
The Green Hope girls diving into a relay during the NCHSAA 4A State Championship Meet, with Green Hope athletes in lane five.
From pool to podium
February 22, 2024
Pinning down the win
Pinning down the win
Zoe Westerlund and Deepa RameshFebruary 23, 2024
Follow this link to purchase tickets for Green Hope Athletic events

Trips in the Triangle: Fall edition

As the summer comes to an end, the leaves turn orange and the heat settles. With perfect weather and scenic views, it’s the ideal time of year to enjoy all the different activities related to fall. Around the Triangle, there are perfect locations to enjoy during the fall, and the GH Falcon has curated a list to enjoy with friends and family!

Starbucks

For many, autumn doesn’t officially start until Starbucks returns with their annual fall drinks. Symbolic with cooler weather and warmer colors, Starbucks’ use of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves drives customers to transition into fall with their iconic logo-clad cups. This year, Starbucks released two new additions to their fall lineup, with Iced Apple Crisp Oatmilk Shaken Espresso and Iced Pumpkin Cream Chai Tea Latte bringing a new taste of fall to customers. To fully encapsulate autumn in a drink, Starbucks is the perfect place for those who want to experience fall’s crisp air and orange colors through a sip from their favorite brand.

Inside Ceadrock Park, there are a variety of things to do; one of which is feeding goats. (Alan Shr)

Ceadrock Park

With the leaves beginning to turn orange and the weather cooling, it’s the perfect time of year for a stroll in the scenic Ceadrock Park. With a variety of landscapes ranging from steep mountain-like terrains to grass fields with goats to a glimmering lake with waterfalls, Ceadrock Park has a place for everyone to enjoy the autumnal atmosphere. 

Haunted houses are a particularly popular place to go with friends during the fall season. Photo by Ján Jakub Naništa on Unsplash

Panic Point

Fall is often associated with haunted houses. Panic Point, a haunted “field,” consists of six haunted attractions: Carny Crypt, an original setting from the Blauer Bros. Carnival that tells the original hauntingly dark history of the attraction; The Dark Trail, a haunted trail followed by the dark lore of the Stalker Family; Killers in the Corn, a corn maze peppered with “killers”; Stalkers Farm, another corn maze with the Stalker family scattered aound their farm to defend themselves (by scaring); Howling Hayride Hunt, a hayride around Panic Point accompanied by werewolves and hunters; and Haunted Forest, a half-mile long haunted forest with twelve scenes, laden with scares at every turn. With a variety of attractions and a ton of scares, Panic Point is the perfect place for a spooky night with friends and family. 

Page Farms

Page Farms offers many things to do around the farm, including shopping and playing. (Neil Parmar)

As the fall season brings a new harvest, look no further than Page Farms. With local farmers bringing organically grown gourds, fruits and vegetables associated with fall, the perfect opportunity to buy delicious produce exclusive to fall arises. Local artisans also showcase and sell their products at Page Farm’s market. Not only is Page Farms a market for local artisans and farmers to showcase and sell their products, but it is also a place for recreation. At Page Farms, there’s a variety of activities to enjoy, from corn mazes, hayrides and pumpkin patches to animal farms and cow milking simulations, Page Farms offers both recreational and material amenities to enjoy during the fall season.

As the fall season enters the stage, check out these locations to enjoy everything fall-related!

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Alan Shr, Staff Writer
Alan Shr is a junior at Green Hope High School. This is his second year at the GH Falcon, and his interest in journalism was inspired by seeing influential works from other publications. Alan enjoys writing about a variety of topics, especially opinion pieces. He enjoys psychology and is the founder and president of the Psi Alpha Honor Society. Alan hopes to be a dermatologist when he grows up, especially providing essential care to underprivileged communities. He hopes for a great year and to make a positive impact on the GH Falcon.
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Neil is a senior at Green Hope, and this is his second year on the staff. Sharing stories and news is something that has always piqued his interest; having done previous work with similar media in middle school, and working for the staff his junior year. Neil is involved in Green Hope and takes pride in his participation in HOSA, NHS and Student Council, to name a few. In his free time, he loves to hang out with friends, listen to music, travel and scroll on social media. Neil also loves working with children; if you couldn't reach Neil this past summer it's possible that he was playing gym games with elementary schoolers in his camp counseling job. In the future, he wants to attend a school in the area and pursue education within the medical field and journalism.
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