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  • Guiney leaves mark on Grady athletics with departure

                            In wake of the news that now former Principal Timothy Guiney would be leaving, the Grady athletic community mourned.   Guiney, who started this week as an associate superintendent in Clayton County schools,  was a common face to see at athletic events such a football and basketball, but […]

    Guiney leaves mark on Grady athletics with departure
  • Policing for change

    By Allie Schneider and Mei Nathan After beginning their protest at Lenox Square and marching through Buckhead, hundreds of Black Lives Matter demonstrators arrived at the Georgia Governor’s mansion on West Paces Ferry Road. July 11 was the fifth night of protesting, and tensions were high: police had already arrested 16 protesters earlier that evening.Georgia State University senior Nathaniel Sarrior […]

    In a regular Atlanta Police Foundation meeting, Aug. 31, mounted police officers and their mentorees split into small groups to do trust falls. During this time, groups have time  to bond and catch up.
  • Bockman assumes interim principal role

    By Katie Earles, Alex Durham, Chandler Morris and Caleb Weinstock Effective Sept. 12, Dr. Betsy Bockman will become Grady’s interim principal, replacing Principal Timothy Guiney, who is becoming associate superintendent for the Clayton County School system. Dr. Bockman has worked in Atlanta Public Schools for two decades and has served as principal at multiple APS schools, including feeder schools Morningside […]

    Dr. Betsy Bockman helps an Inman Middle School student with homework before school begins. Bockman plans to bring the same commitment to the school to her new job as interim principal of Grady, starting Sept 12.
  • Quarterback Newton works to forge own path

    Most people only know Caylin Newton as “Cam Newton’s little brother.” They don’t know the Newton who likes to put marshmallows in his eggnog. They don’t know the Newton whose favorite movie is “Planet of the Apes.’’ “I wake up, hit the snooze button, wake up again, hit the snooze button a few more times before I eat breakfast, go […]

    Caylin Newton looks the sideline for a play in a game vs Woodward Academy
  • Planet Bombay brings culture to Little Five Points

    By Lea Davis Not your average five- star restaurant, Planet Bombay Indian Cuisine is a little hole in the wall located in Atlanta’s Little Five Points. Having driven by it numerous times, my mom and I finally decided to go check it out. If it weren’t for the countless massive yellow signs on their storefront, one might not have known […]

    Planet Bombay brings culture to Little Five Points
  • Pokemon Go utilizes augmented reality to its potential

    By Mei Nathan                                 In early July, Atlantans gave little regard to the summer’s heat as Piedmont Park was flooded with hundreds playing Niantic’s new app, Pokemon Go. Eevees were captured on the lawn, squirtles haunted the lake and caterpie could be found around Piedmont’s […]

    Pokemon Go utilizes augmented reality to its potential
  • Grady CCC provides helpful resources to students

    Between looking for a college or trying to find a job after high school, senior year can be a struggle for many students. Many seniors feel crushed under this massive pressure to plan their future without having a good idea of what to do or where to look. The Grady College and Career Center, however, helps seniors to alleviate this […]

    Grady CCC provides helpful resources to students
  • Student teacher program helps train aspiring teachers

    Grady’s student teacher program helps train many young teachers for their future careers. The program has given aspiring teachers who have not yet been exposed to teaching in a classroom setting the experience to teach students and develop their skills.              As part of the program, student teachers get the opportunity to teach in a classroom setting while receiving guidance […]

    Teacher Caleb Beaver teaching his own class after completing the student teacher program last year
  • The Daffodil Project

    Throughout Atlanta and the world, daffodils bloom in remembrance of the tragedy that affected millions: the Holocaust. Although there is still pain felt worldwide when the Holocaust is mentioned today, to repair these deep wounds, schools and museums everywhere teach kids what happened to ensure future generations learn from the past. Then there’s the Daffodil Project. Started by Dr. Andrea […]

    The Daffodil Project
  • Rockin’ Ritos Quest for the Best Burritos

    Rather than heatedly debate over presidential candidates, students incessantly argue over the leading burrito joint in Atlanta, each presenting their case for why their favorite is the best. On an empty stomach and with some cash to blow, I journeyed around the city to find the finest burrito, visiting the most prominent burrito restaurants, Willy’s, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Chipotle, and […]

    Rockin’ Ritos Quest for the Best Burritos

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As Georgia Supreme Court expands, Governor casts long shadow

As Georgia Supreme Court expands, Governor casts long shadow

September 20, 2016 at 7:28 pm

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal will maximize his influence on the state judiciary by the time he leaves office in 2018 with five total Supreme Court appointments. Three of these...

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Athletic policy undermines academic standards

September 21, 2016 at 8:24 pm

By: Parker Killenberg According to the Georgia High School Association’s 2016-2017 Constitution, student athletes only need two and a half academic credits per semester....

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Athletic policy undermines academic standards

September 21, 2016 at 8:24 pm

By: Parker Killenberg According to the Georgia High School Association’s 2016-2017 Constitution, student athletes only need two and a half academic credits per semester....

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‘In the Heights’ brings upbeat theatre to Atlanta

September 21, 2016 at 9:21 am

By Katie Earles I knew going into the theater that I would not be disappointed. Aside from all the Tony Awards and the genius behind the music of the musical, I could tell...

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Musical theater class honors alum with “Grease” performance

September 16, 2016 at 1:16 pm

For most fans of the musical “Grease,” the show is just a touching, funny love story that takes place far away at Rydell High School in Chicago. But for Grady students,...