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Climate Change not taught in schools leading to confusion among students

Climate Change not taught in schools leading to confusion among students

October 24, 2019

Climate change is a hot button issue that has frequently been in the news cycle. However, very few people understand the science behind the warming of our planet. According to Nat...

New Esports Club at Grady

New Esports Club at Grady

September 30, 2019

Esports have existed for a relatively long time in the professional world, but now it’s starting to come into high schools, allowing virtually anyone to join and get into the...

Bee Club provides unique student experiences

Bee Club provides unique student experiences

September 20, 2019

The second year of the Bee Club at Grady has grown in popularity. Started last year by former student Robert Brunet, the club now has more than 30 members. “It’s a fun club...

High museum exhibit features multicultural, Atlanta-based artists

High museum exhibit features multicultural, Atlanta-based artists

September 19, 2019

“Of Origins and Belongings, Drawn from Atlanta” is an art exhibit at the High Museum that features Atlanta-based artists and examines the importance of place, belonging and heritag...

High Museum of Art offers internship for juniors and seniors

High Museum of Art offers internship for juniors and seniors

September 19, 2019

Each year, the High Museum of Art selects a group of juniors and seniors for the Teen Team, which offers a year-long, paid internship to assist with museum programming. Tee...

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...

Grady engineering program expands

Grady engineering program expands

September 3, 2019

Grady’s engineering pathway is rapidly changing this year. Many new resources have been given to the program, allowing students to manufacture the models they design in class. ...

Students attend ONE Musicfest weekend before Music Midtown

Students attend ONE Musicfest weekend before Music Midtown

September 3, 2019

Held on the weekend before Music Midtown, ONE Musicfest is the perfect opportunity to get hyped up for the bigger festival. The festival will take place in Centennial Olympic Par...

Students take action to learn about gun violence

Students take action to learn about gun violence

August 28, 2019

Fear. Confusion. Anger. Sadness. These are all emotions that students across the United States have felt over the past couple of years. In 2018, there were 24 school shootings ...

Cowan adjusts as new economics teacher

Cowan adjusts as new economics teacher

August 28, 2019

 John Cowan feels like the new kid showing up in a new high school, except he's not. Cowan, the new AP economics teacher, moved from a small town in Mississippi to Atlanta this ...

New residential developments in Candler Park lead to frustration among residents

New residential developments in Candler Park lead to frustration among residents

April 12, 2019

Atlanta is booming. Thousands of people are streaming in to see if the city with lacking infrastructure can sustain just one more person. This influx of people is starting to take a...

“The Little Mermaid” wows with unconventional puppets

“The Little Mermaid” wows with unconventional puppets

February 4, 2019

When Grady Drama teacher Jake Dreiling first announced that Grady would perform its spring musical, the Little Mermaid, as a puppet show, many students were skeptical. They had never desig...

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