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  • Museum draws the curtain on Churchill’s exhibition

    By Reilly Blum and Gracie Griffith Although he is generally remembered as Great Britain’s iconic prime minister and war hero, Winston Churchill had also become an accomplished painter by the end of his life. “If it weren’t for painting I could not live, I could not bear the strain of things,” Churchill wrote in his book, Painting as a Pastime. […]

    Museum draws the curtain on Churchill’s exhibition
  • I don’t want none unless you’ve got buns, hon

    There are 7,173 miles between Atlanta and Beijing. A plane ride would take 16 hours and 25 minutes and cost more than $900. For under $20, however, (and just a 16-minute walk from  Grady) you can get five delectable stuffed buns, a bubble tea and a frappe, and your taste buds will be transported to China; though I saw no […]

    I don’t want none unless you’ve got buns, hon
  • Me gusta la ensalada

    “What’s your gusto?” This simple question, decaled on the wall, came across like a challenge, not a decoration. What was my gusto? I had no idea, but I wanted to find out. The second stop on my culinary journey was Gusto! Wood Fire Grill, located at 1935 Peachtree St. The restaurant’s name led me to expect Mexican food, but upon […]

    Me gusta la ensalada
  • New student crosses continents: Navarro comes from Caracas, Venezuela seeking safety, education, bliss

    By Ludovica Longo and Katherine Merritt In early November, the morning bell rang as student Jean Carlos Navarro entered the loud, overwhelming halls of Grady for the first time. He briskly walked the crowded hallways unsure of what to expect; it was not only his first time at Grady, but also his first time away from his home country, Venezuela. […]

    New student crosses continents: Navarro comes from Caracas, Venezuela seeking safety, education, bliss
  • New York Frame of Mind: City landscape photography becoming a focal point for distinguished alumnus

      Alumnus Bryan Dumas never leaves his Upper West Side Manhattan studio apartment without his camera. Whether he is at work, in Central Park or even grabbing a late breakfast at a coffee shop on a Saturday morning, he always has his Canon T3i. After graduating from Grady in 2003, Dumas went on to Syracuse University and, seven years and […]

    New York Frame of Mind: City landscape photography becoming a focal point for distinguished alumnus
  • Silverbacks set to return to pitch in 2015

    The first week of December was a tumultuous one for professional soccer in Atlanta. The Atlanta Silverbacks announced not only that they would stay in Atlanta and play for the remainder of the 2014 season as well as the 2015 season, but also that their technical director Eric Wynalda would not return in the 2015 season. Both announcements surprised many […]

    Silverbacks set to return to pitch in 2015
  • Southerner exclusive: Music Midtown 2014 video

    As part of The Southerner‘s complete coverage of Music Midtown, social media editor Jennifer Steckl created this highlights video of the festival. To read and/or hear our exclusive interview with Ron Pope, please click here.

  • More than a team, G3 is a family

    By Clarissa Mullig When asked what her favorite part of being on Grady’s robotics team is, Alex Lin immediately responded, “Competition. Sitting in the stands. screaming and cheering with your buddies for an amazing robot that you helped and collaborated with others to build, a magnificent product of your sweat and hard work and innovation.” “All the hard work really […]

    More than a team, G3 is a family
  • QFTB: Goldberg’s gets it; bagel shop has best flavor on lox

    map by Madeline Veira BY EMILY DEAN Nearly everyone is familiar with, if not a fan of, the bagel: a dense, ring-shaped bread roll brought to America by Jewish immigrants from Poland. Bagels  are a lot like pizza: part of a different culture a century ago, they have become as American as apple pie. As the daughter of a Jewish New […]

    QFTB: Goldberg’s gets it; bagel shop has best flavor on lox
  • Scholarship honors Lowery

    Grady graduates Rex Petersen (‘13) and Mallory Mcfarlin (‘14) each received a $1,000 scholarship from The Lee Project, a nonprofit organization focused on assisting Grady students attending Georgia State. Allison Webb, the mother of Lee Lowery, formed TLP following Lowery’s death on Nov. 12, 2012 from a gunshot wound. Lowery graduated from Grady in 2010 and was a junior at […]

    On Nov. 12, TLP held a day of remembrance for Lowery in Peidmont Park to honor Lowery.

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Museum draws the curtain on Churchill’s exhibition

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January 28, 2015 at 10:00 pm

The Beach at Walmer (c. 1938) By Reilly Blum and Gracie Griffith Although he is generally remembered as Great Britain’s iconic prime minister and war hero, Winston Churchill...

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Student humanitarian honored by local newspaper

January 23, 2015 at 12:22 pm

With quickly approaching deadlines for college applications and community-service hours, seniors can often be found scrambling to find ways to give back to their community....