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The GH Falcon

The GH Falcon

The GH Falcon

Miguel Carrasco Gomez

Miguel Carrasco Gomez, Staff Writer

Miguel is a sophomore at Green Hope, and this is his first year on the staff. His hope for this class is to improve his writing skills and work on his transitions between paragraphs. This past summer he visited Paris and Spain with his family. Miguel represents Green Hope as a member of the cross country, indoor track and outdoor track teams. In his free time, he likes to code and play video games. His favorite video game is Kerbal Space Program that he plays on PC. His long term goal is to get a degree in computer programming at an in-state university.

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Game subscription services have been rapidly increasing in popularity, with the largest service, PlayStation Plus Premium, reporting a user count of 47.4 million, leading to many believing that services will be the future of the game industry.

Gaming in the future

Miguel Carrasco Gomez, Staff Writer
February 26, 2024
The X-59 being unveiled at Lockheed Martin’s Skunk Works facility. NASA believes the plane will be ready for flight by the end of the year. Photo used with permission from NASA via nasa.gov.

The power of silence

Miguel Carrasco Gomez, Staff Writer
February 5, 2024
Roblox’s stock market price has fallen by 41.29% since it originally went public. The main factors contributing to this net loss are poor management and insecurity surrounding its future profitability.

Roblox hits a road block

Miguel Carrasco Gomez, Staff Writer
January 29, 2024
Himani Nadimpalli (‘25), Aditi Bhadauria (‘25), Damla Ayrilmaz (‘25), Mahi Shah (‘25), Diya Prasad (‘25), and Sophy Gattaz (‘24) all coordinated to start off the week comfortably by dressing up for pajama day.

Winter Spirit week

Miguel Carrasco Gomez, Staff Writer
December 18, 2023
In business for a year, Temu has expanded its services across various countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, France, the UK, Canada and the United States.

A fight for privacy

Miguel Carrasco Gomez, Staff Writer
November 16, 2023
Since Vanguard I, thousands of satellites and pieces of debris from rocket launches have been left in Earth’s orbit, posing a threat to future spacecraft expeditions. Photo used with permission from NASA via Unsplash.

Clogging up space

Miguel Carrasco Gomez, Staff Writer
November 1, 2023
At the meet, 40 out of the 52 boys and 21 out of the 26 girls ran season or career bests. Photo used with permission from Michael Miragliuolo.

The final stretch

Miguel Carrasco Gomez, Staff Writer
October 25, 2023
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