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C day inspires new schedule

C day inspires new schedule

September 11, 2019

In the beginning of the second semester, a momentous change in the school will occur. The Grady faculty has decided to implement a semester-long rotating schedule that will tak...

New conspiracy series from Shane Dawson

New conspiracy series from Shane Dawson

March 6, 2019

Published Jan. 30, Youtuber Shane Dawson’s new series on conspiracy theories has gotten major publicity. Dawson has already uploaded numerous series to his channel including...

R. Kelly documentary series sheds light on #MeToo movement

R. Kelly documentary series sheds light on #MeToo movement

February 8, 2019

Kelly is a famous singer and songwriter who has made his way to the top of the music industry by redefining the R&B genre of music. Not a single dent has been made in his caree...

Permits and licenses should be a priority

Permits and licenses should be a priority

January 17, 2019

Being one of the youngest in my grade and having the natural desire to be independent, driving has always been the thing I looked forward to the most. When I turned fifteen, I ...

Posting PSAT memes becomes punishable by jail time

Posting PSAT memes becomes punishable by jail time

November 29, 2018

The College Board has just issued new policies about the creation and sharing of the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test content on social media. College Board President, David...

Unarmed black teenager Laquan McDonald deserves justice

Unarmed black teenager Laquan McDonald deserves justice

November 29, 2018

Self-defense is defined as the use of reasonable force to protect oneself from bodily harm from the attack of an aggressor. This is what Officer Jason Van Dyke claimed in order...

Nationwide push for vaccines necessary

Nationwide push for vaccines necessary

November 29, 2018

Grady has recently been in the news involving a student getting the mumps. There have only been 1,885 cases of mumps, one of the many contagious diseases that can be prevented ...

Baseball strikes out among young Americans

Baseball strikes out among young Americans

November 29, 2018

When the Super Bowl rolls around, everyone is talking about it. It doesn’t matter whether or not someone cares about football; the Super Bowl is understood to be more than a...

Totally trashed: How Music Midtown generates its own waste

Totally trashed: How Music Midtown generates its own waste

October 21, 2018

At the end of the first night of Music Midtown, as the festival goers were stumbling away, I looked out across the expanse of the Piedmont Park meadow. A sea of trash stretche...

Today’s Celebrities Represent Poor Role Models for Teenagers

Today’s Celebrities Represent Poor Role Models for Teenagers

October 5, 2018

From allegations of sexual assault to domestic violence, the entertainment industry has been flooded with controversy for years. With fame comes trouble, and that’s what usua...

SEL advisement wastes students’ time

SEL advisement wastes students’ time

January 16, 2018

Some students may remember feeling dismayed after receiving an email from Assistant Principal Willie Vincent announcing the termination of chosen advisements at the end of last ...

Homework: What Is The Limit?

Bria Brown, Writer

December 19, 2017

Everyday after school for around four to six hours, I spend my time completing tedious homework assignments on information I already have learned. This is the routine for many students at Grady High School. Specifically, it creates a problem for students who are involved in  time--consuming clubs and sports. The primary cause of this dilemma is the type and amount of homework given out by teachers....

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