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The Pomegranate

The Student News Site of Granada High School

The Pomegranate

The Student News Site of Granada High School

The Pomegranate

UC Berkeley panel for STEM students held at Granada

UC Berkeley panel for STEM students held at Granada

Nuha Maflahi, Reporter January 24, 2023

On Tuesday, January 17, alumni from UC Berkeley held a panel about opportunities at UC Berkeley for students interested in STEM. Diana Lizarraga, a professor at the university and two alumni, Kseniya Usovich,...

New Bill Passed To Protect Same-Sex and Interracial Marriage

New Bill Passed To Protect Same-Sex and Interracial Marriage

Ella Philippe, Reporter January 17, 2023

On Tuesday, December 13, President Joe Biden signed the Respect For Marriage Act. Which helps protect same-sex and interracial marrige. Biden gave a speech before he signed the bill saying, "Everyone should...

Raining in the street

Why Was It Raining So Much?

Henrikch Aguisando, Reporter January 17, 2023

During the past couple of weeks California has been getting pelted by the extreme downpour. The main thing most people are wondering is, "Why are we getting so much rain?". The answer to that question...

Pictured above is NHS Parliamentarian Giann Goulart, NHS Secretary Yoav Feigenbaum, NHS Treasurer Ruman Das, 
NHS Historian Amanda Dunmeyer, NHS President Sarah Suresh, NHS Vice President Najmah Rosha, and NHS Adviser Heidi McMichael

Granada High School National Honor Society Chapter

Amanda Dunmeyer, Freelance Reporter January 17, 2023

Granada High School inducted over 140 students from Livermore, California into their National Honor Society chapter, who have met and continue to achieve the highest standards for academic excellence....

The Fight to End Human Trafficking: Granadas 24 Hour Race

The Fight to End Human Trafficking: Granada’s 24 Hour Race

Mia Bartl, Reporter December 20, 2022

In the United States anywhere from 15,000-50,000 people are sold into human trafficking a year. Women and children are forced into sex trafficking rings while men are most often sent to labor camps to...

The Boys and Girls Varsity Teams After the Races

Granada’s Cross Country Team Sweeps League Championships

Luther Hart, Reporter November 10, 2022

On Saturday, November 5, 2022, the East Bay Athletic League (EBAL) championships were held in Newhall Park in Concord, and for many, was the end of the cross country season this year. With this in mind,...

Tension in Brazil Among New Election Results

Tension in Brazil Among New Election Results

Nuha Maflahi, Reporter November 7, 2022

On October 2, 2022, Brazil had its presidential election and on October 30, 2022, the results came in. The election was between candidates Luis Inacio Lula Da Silva and the current president Jair Bolsanaro....

Fall Back and Spring Forward

Daylight Saving Time Has Happened, New Decision by Congress Will Determine Its Fate Going Forward

Kate Wang, Reporter November 7, 2022

This past Sunday, November 6, at 2 am, the clocks “fell back” an hour for people across California and 47 other states as we finally returned to Standard Time, and many experts tell us to stay this...

baby with rsv infection

Five Things You Should Know About the RSV Outbreak

Naomi Penner, Reporter November 2, 2022

RSV, a respiratory syncytial virus that infects the lungs and breathing passages is no new illness. It was discovered in 1956 in a group of chimpanzees, but soon after was found to be present in a group...

Granada Hosts College and Career Fair

Granada Hosts College and Career Fair

Mia Bartl, Reporter October 25, 2022

Last night, October 24, Granada hosted the College and Career Fair in both gyms from 6:30pm-8:30pm. Over 100 colleges, from all over the United States, made themselves available to answer questions and...

Possible Cancer Vaccine?

Possible Cancer Vaccine?

Advika Choudhary, Reporter October 21, 2022

The people from BioNTech who created the successful Pfizer vaccine for COVID 19 say that a vaccine to treat cancer could be available by 2030. Scientists Uğur Şahin and Özlem Türeci, the founders...

Livermore Electing a New Mayor in November

Livermore Electing a New Mayor in November

Nuha Maflahi, Reporter October 14, 2022

It’s an election year for Livermore, so it’s time for Livermore residents to pick a new mayor to run the city. The election started around this summer, with candidates launching their campaigns to...

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