Time's Up for harassment

Time’s Up for harassment

February 1, 2018

The 2018 Golden Globes made for a good place to debut the new “Time’s Up” movement, formed in the first few days of 2018 and quickly supported by some of the biggest stars in...

Sophomore Sarah Likins practices writing and pronouncing the letters of the Korean alphabet. Likins has been learning Korean in order to develop further connections with her grandparents, who do not speak english.

Breaking down the language barrier

January 30, 2018

  Every language has words that are unable to be translated. Whether it has a complex meaning or a lack of words to describe it, some words simply exist in one language. I...

Esme Rice shows passion for politics, environmentalism  and filmmaking while still staying committed to each activity.

Grady Student Pursues Life Goals

January 24, 2018

Upon hearing Esme Rice’s name, there are many things that come to mind. From filmmaking, to politics, to environmentalism, to social justice movements, Esme is passionate and...

The Journey of Sydney the Kidney

The Journey of Sydney the Kidney

January 23, 2018

When Helen Moore was born, a light was brought in the Moore Family. Yet little did they know that their newest child’s health was about to have many complications. Young He...

Jakes bites the gold after his team finishes first at the city cross country meet in 2017.

Kavi Jakes: Talented In Sports and In School

January 22, 2018

Kavi Jakes is seen by many as the ideal student-athlete. From ultimate frisbee, to cross country, and back to the classroom, he seems to excel in everything he tries. Some call...

De Facto Segregation Persists In AP Classes

De Facto Segregation Persists In AP Classes

December 19, 2017

Advanced Placement (AP) classes are designed to provide a jump-start on a college education, give students an opportunity to earn college credit and increase students’ chance...

Final closing of Peachtree and Pine

Lola Biddy, Writer

December 19, 2017

The Atlanta Task Force for the Homeless Shelter, which sits at the intersection of Peachtree Street and Pine Street in Downtown Atlanta, is closing its doors after thirty-six years of operations and services. The project was aimed towards creating a safe community for anyone without a home.  The shelter has faced years of legal battles and lawsuits, which are now coming to a close as ownersh...

Swimmer from Team Amazing Grace covers his back with names and ribbons of all people he knows who battle cancer

Making Waves To Fight Cancer at Swim Across America

December 6, 2017

Lake Lanier buzzes with energy as swimmers don their matching swim caps and patiently await the beginning of the races.  Olympian Missy Franklin’s voice booms over the intercom, ...

Atlanta's Big Three: Where Every Tourist Has to Go

Atlanta’s Big Three: Where Every Tourist Has to Go

December 4, 2017

Downtown Atlanta has a number of attractions that make it unique in character. The most notable attractions include the Georgia Aquarium, CNN Center, and the World of Coca-Cola. ...

Crowd moves through the paths of Piedmont park.

Gay Pride Festival Unites Atlanta

November 30, 2017

A flood of rainbow flags and flamboyantly dressed people surged through Piedmont Park on Oct. 14 and 15. Hundreds of people gather there to celebrate their sexuality, and others com...

IGNITE: Empowering Girls to Act in the Community

Lucy Bertsch, Writer

November 30, 2017

Female empowerment has spread throughout the urban Atlanta area. A women's march was held (insert date here) and many other movement have been involved in this topic including Grady High School’s IGNIT club which empowers girls throughout the grady community to do what is right. “The main goal is to empower girls to pursue their dreams and to get the message across that it is no longer okay...

In the Summer, Maria Nagy’s bakery is adorned with flowers and greenery. Photo Courtesy of Palascinta LLC Facebook.

Appreciating Freedom One Pastry At A Time

November 29, 2017

By Becca Pirkle Maria Nagy opens her eyes in the morning and checks the weather. If she sees rain, she turns over and falls back asleep. If she sees sunshine, she drives to...

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