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  • Football coaches encourage offseason cross training

    The sun is rising on a new sports season at Grady, and the stadium is again littered daily with an array of spring athletes. This year, the familiar faces of the football team are among them, but they aren’t clad in the usual helmets and pads. Each member of the team was instructed by the coaching staff to play another […]

    Football coaches encourage offseason cross training
  • Extra training pays off for senior swim team captain

    By Kate Weatherby and Grace Dusenbury In a normal day, senior Justin Cucchi wakes up at 4 a.m. to go to swim practice before heading to Grady for a full day of school. After that, Cucchi attends another swim practice before going home for the night. Cucchi started swimming when he was 10 years old at Garden Hills, a local […]

    Extra training pays off for senior swim team captain
  • Hot little spot rethinks traditional southern biscuit

    Since its opening in December, the Atlanta location of Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit has brought a taste of Charleston’s Southern cuisine to the streets of Virginia Highland. For years, the neighborhood has housed a constantly shifting variety of unique shops and restaurants, and Callie’s Hot Little Biscuit, with its quaint atmosphere and tempting treats, blends seamlessly with its surroundings. The […]

    Hot little spot rethinks traditional southern biscuit
  • Employed students provide tips for balancing act

    For many Grady students, balancing schoolwork, extracurricular activities, friends and family is difficult enough. Some, however, work part-time jobs to increase their independence, garner work experience and make money. A common reason for a high school student to get a job is the independence that comes from earning money. Sophomore Elizabeth Lansing works as a sales associate for Half Moon […]

    Freshman Avery Alford works the counter at Chik-fil-A. Alford has noticed that as a result of her job, it’s more difficult to balance her schoolwork with her social life and extracurriculars.
  • New math center opens, adds to school’s tutoring services

    Students struggling to grasp new mathematical concepts or missing homework deadlines can now find an additional source of aid in the Math Center. The Math Center is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 3:45 p.m. to 5:45 p.m. in the Interactive Lab across from the media center. Run by math coordinator and teacher Saida Willocks, the Math Center strives to […]

    New math center opens, adds to school’s tutoring services
  • APS updates electronic instruction system

    Over the past month, students around Atlanta Public Schools’ high schools may have seen crews in their media centers and certain classrooms. These crews are tasked with taking down the Promethean boards that have hung on the walls of APS classrooms for about seven years to replace them with a interactive panels. The replacement of every board in the district […]

    APS updates electronic instruction system
  • Knights battle Warriors at Phillips Arena

    The Grady Knights defeated the North Atlanta Warriors on Martin Luther King Jr. day to move to 17-2 on the season. The Knights were lead by Bucknell commit Avi Toomer as he posted a 30 point, 10 rebound game against the Warriors. Fellow senior Tykwann Bryant helped carry the load with 11 points and 12 rebounds.

    Knights battle Warriors at Phillips Arena
  • Tipple + Rose brings quali-tea nibbles to Virginia Highlands

    Virginia Highland’s Tipple + Rose Tea Parlor and Apothecary has a name so charming that I resolved to become a regular customer before I even ventured to the shop. For the ninth installment of Around the World on 80 Plates, I took a culinary journey to England for a proper high tea. Upon entering the shop, I almost forgot to […]

    Tipple + Rose brings quali-tea nibbles to Virginia Highlands
  • Davis revitalizes biology program, students flourish

    For the first 13 weeks of school, the freshman biology classes at Grady did not have a permanent teacher. Grady was unable to find someone to replace biology teacher David Olorunfemi, who retired right before the school year began. The biology classes were taught by a substitute teacher who had some experience in biology, though many of the students struggled […]

    Davis revitalizes biology program, students flourish
  • Iris van Herpen: Fashion Meets Sculpture

    What do you get when you cross a fashion designer, a sculptor, and a 3D printer? Iris van Herpen, of course. The High Museum’s “Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion” allows Atlantans to view a bevy of Dutch fashion designer Iris van Herpen’s most avant-garde work. The exhibit showcases 45 outfits from 15 of the designer’s collections. Iris van Herpen, widely […]

    Iris van Herpen: Fashion Meets Sculpture

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Marching Knights increase numbers, polish image

Marching Knights increase numbers, polish image

February 5, 2016 at 9:14 am

THE BEAT OF THEIR OWN DRUM: The Grady marching band takes the field at the annual homecoming game. Due to limited high school members, Inman students march alongside Grady...

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Postseason aspirations high for Knights

Postseason aspirations high for Knights

February 10, 2016 at 9:22 pm

The varsity boys basketball team entered the season aiming to improve on a 14-15 record from a year ago, which included a first-round loss in the state playoffs. This season,...

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Findings claim chocolate milk protects brain

February 10, 2016 at 9:19 pm

What would happen if one food or drink could change the world of medicine? What if tomatoes could cure cancer, or orange juice could eradicate diabetes? Well, Jae Kun Shim,...

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Best Movies of 2015

Best Movies of 2015

February 9, 2016 at 12:25 pm

From the success of autonomous spacecraft, to the Golden State Warriors’ NBA Championship, the world saw a great many wondrous things in 2015. The same can be said about...

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Under-attended trips result in missed opportunities

Under-attended trips result in missed opportunities

February 10, 2016 at 2:58 pm

Since the start of the 2005-2006 school year, an initiative backed by the city’s Office of Cultural Affairs known as the Cultural Experience Project has organized free...