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  • Atlanta residents pay tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.

    By Chandler Morris Today, January 16, Atlanta residents marched down Auburn Avenue to honor Martin Luther King, Jr. A rally was held at the Martin Luther King National Historic Site to commemorate the MLK National Holiday. King’s legacy of love and peace was celebrated, and current events regarding Civil Rights were also acknowledged by participants in the march.         […]

    Atlanta residents pay tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.
  • Young Knights basketball team hopes for Final Four return

    The Knights’ varsity basketball team is coming off a successful season, going 28-4 and advancing to the region championship. The 2015-2016 team also advanced to the Final Four of the state playoffs, marking the farthest run in the playoffs since reaching the Final Four in 1994.  The region championship and 10 wins were stripped after the school self-reported a player […]

    Young Knights basketball team hopes for Final Four return
  • Protests break out in Atlanta in wake of Trump election

    By Chandler Morris In response to Donald Trump being announced the next president of the United States, citizens have taken to the streets with signs and megaphones to protest. Protests have broken out in large cities across the country, including Atlanta. On Wednesday, Nov. 9, one day after Trump’s election was announced, a protest against him began in Piedmont Park. […]

    Protests break out in Atlanta in wake of Trump election
  • ‘Taco Cowboy’ lassoes in new, refreshing take on Tex-Mex

    By Parker Killenberg and Max Nevins Review With an inviting atmosphere and noteworthy cuisine, the new Virginia-Highland restaurant Taco Cowboy offers an interesting alternative to a run-of-the-mill Tex-Mex dining experience. An exciting spin on classic Tex-Mex and Baja cuisine, Taco Cowboy also offers hearty steaks and seasonal desserts in addition to its signature tacos. We were some of the new […]

    Taco Cowboy serves up flavorful and affordable dishes. Pictured here are the Carnitas and Nashville tacos.
  • Victory for Trump sends nation into uncertainty

    At approximately 3 a.m. today, Donald Trump was announced the next president of the United States. The election was a drastic turn from the expected and stunned the country, Republicans and Democrats alike. Trump, the Republican candidate, won the election with 279 electoral votes, Democrat Hillary Clinton had 228. Clinton, however, won the popular vote 47.7 percent to 47.5 percent. […]

    Victory for Trump sends nation into uncertainty
  • Knights defeat Trojans in regular season finale, prepare for playoffs

    The Knights finished their regular season on a strong note with a 20-14 win over the Banneker Trojans, ending their season with a 9-1 record, their best regular season record since the 2010 season, when they also went 9-1. The game started with multiple Knights’ mistakes. The defense gave up a 6-yard rush to Banneker’s junior quarterback Dionte Bonneau with 7:32 left […]

    Knights defeat Trojans in regular season finale, prepare for playoffs
  • Wave of spirit washes over students for Homecoming week

    Grady students walked through the doors early Monday morning wearing nightgowns, slippers,and robes for pajama day. Homecoming had begun and a wave of school spirit washed over the entire student body for the upcoming week. The tradition of “spirit week” includes five days, each uniquely themed to pump up the students for the weekend. Pajamas, greasers versus socs, cross-dress, and […]

    Wave of spirit washes over students for Homecoming week
  • Agenda behind OSD not as simple as ABCs

    By Chandler Morris Georgians will decide whether to pass Gov. Nathan Deal’s proposed state constitutional amendment creating an Opportunity School District (OSD) on Nov. 8. The referendum known as “Amendment 1,’’ gives the OSD power to take over and attempt turn around “failing’’ Georgia schools. As the voting date approaches, tensions are rising and campaigns on opposite sides of the […]

    Agenda behind OSD not as simple as ABCs
  • Midtown named one of America’s `Great Neighborhoods’ of 2016

    Midtown Atlanta is one of the top communities in America, according to the American Planning Association. In granting the designation, the association factored in building design, street connectivity and safety. “We were awarded because we are an up-and-coming city with all the right aspects, including an excellent transportation network, a sense of walkability, our connection to the arts, our history, […]

    Midtown named one of America’s `Great Neighborhoods’ of 2016
  • Dance team: ‘Versace tie’ on marching band’s tuxedo

    By Chandler Morris Every football game and pep rally the Grady dance team performs for the student body. While students only see the routine, there is much more that goes into being a member of the dance team. Before becoming a member, dancers have to go through tryouts. A panel of coaches from other schools judge and score dancers on […]

    Dance team: ‘Versace tie’ on marching band’s tuxedo

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Atlanta residents pay tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.

Atlanta residents pay tribute to Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 16, 2017 at 6:34 pm

By Chandler Morris Today, January 16, Atlanta residents marched down Auburn Avenue to honor Martin Luther King, Jr. A rally was held at the Martin Luther King National Historic...

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Young Knights basketball team hopes for Final Four return

Young Knights basketball team hopes for Final Four return

December 8, 2016 at 1:41 pm

YOUNG, WILD AND RUNNING FREE: The guard-oriented Knights look to incorporate younger, faster players. The Knights’ varsity basketball team is coming off a successful season,...

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School breaks unfairly based around Christian holidays

November 29, 2016 at 9:05 pm

By Jordan Killenberg The topic of religion in schools is controversial and constantly debated in both politics and the school environment. While American public schools are...

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Grady alum uses theatrical talent, passion as career

December 8, 2016 at 1:41 pm

From her roles in numerous productions, to her work directing and acting, Grady alumnus Danielle Deadwyler, Class of 2000, has made a name for herself, using talent and a...

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Emory Integrity Project Inspires Ethical Behavior

December 9, 2016 at 12:21 pm

    Emory University recently launched a new project to inspire more ethical behavior within the campus and the community. The Emory Integrity Project (EIP), founded summer...