Trojan Times

A royal campaign

Sydney Fritts, Staff Writer

May 27, 2014

No one has really ever actually run for Prom queen. In the past, potential queens have been nominated and one lucky girl was chosen. But this year at Cary-Grove, a certain senior put herself out there to see if maybe she could...

Your Cary-Grove bucket list

Maggie Davis, Staff Writer

May 15, 2014

Before leaving C-G, there are a few things you probably already know that you want to do. Go to prom, attend a friday night football game, or be a part of the music department are likely top spots on the average “to-do” list....

Cast and directors reflect on ‘9 to 5’

Annie Lazarski, Staff Writer

May 7, 2014

The curtains open, and the lights turn on, presenting a stage set of the American workplace in the 1970s. It is early March, and the choir department introduces the bold musical, 9 to 5, to the Cary Grove stage. Featuring various them...

Auditorium timing leads to mixed feelings

Sydney Fritts, Staff Writer

May 6, 2014

With confirmation of a new auditorium underway for 2016, students are feeling everything from excitement to concern about the timing of the construction in their high school careers. Few students would argue that the auditori...

Sound crew to make ’39 Steps’ lively

Maggie Davis, Staff Writer

April 21, 2014

John Buchan’s The Thirty-Nine Steps will take over the C-G auditorium the weekend of April 24 through 26. The show consists of a six-person cast along with a three-person foley crew. The foley crew, or on-stage sound team, is ...

Speech team has record showing at state

Kortney Geegan, Staff Writer

March 19, 2014

Rarely does talent converge so abundantly in one place, but when it does, that place is usually Cary-Grove’s speech team. The season ended with an extraordinary amount of students headed to state and Olivia Roehri placing four...

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