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  • Copeland named Kelly Award Winner

    By Max Nevins and Jordan Killenberg At the end of every school year, Grady’s senior class chooses its favorite teacher to be the recipient of the annual Marian P. Kelly Award. Named after former Grady English teacher and Language Arts Department chair Marian Kelly, the award goes to the teacher whom the senior class regards as being the most influential […]

    Mr. Andrew Copeland shows off his personalized award. Seniors nominated Copeland because of his relatable attitude and fun teaching style.
  • EOSL creates global community

    By Chandler Morris Every day at Grady High School, the halls are filled with chaos, talk and laughter. These conversations are spoken in English, and what may be forgotten amid the chaos is the population of students who are not native English speakers. English as a Second Language, or ESOL, at Grady is taught by Katherina Maryska, who also teaches […]

    International Grady students enrolled in Kathy Maryska's English as a Second Language Class adjust to life in the United States.
  • Death of former mock trial coach leaves void in community

    By Caleb Weinstock A remarkable life that impacted many others ended on the morning of April 3 when Trinh Huynh, a former long time Grady Mock Trial coach and corporate lawyer, was shot to death walking to work on Peachtree Street. Huynh dedicated herself to Grady Mock Trial. During her time as a coach, the team had the most successful period […]

    Trinh Huynh stands at mock trial fundraising event with the two other coaches, Brian Leah and Carol Gebo. Huynh was a coach of the team for 11 years.
  • Thrasher shoots for the stars, lands in first place

    By Anya Lomsadze Junior Andy Thrasher’s interests are quite literally out of this world. He reached for the stars — more accurately, for clouds of dust that form into stars — when he completed his astronomy project for the science fair. His research on star formation won first place at the Georgia Science and Engineering Fair and was selected to […]

    Thrasher shoots for the stars, lands in first place
  • Track team brings home third-place state finish

    The boys track team scored 50 points in the GHSA 5A State Championship meet, earning a third-place finish in the state for the second year in a row. “Every time you make the podium at the state meet, that’s an accomplishment,’’ said coach Del Ellerton. “We had a goal of winning a state championship, and we fell short of that.” […]

    Track team brings home third-place state finish
  • NBA needs to address tanking

      As this season’s NBA Playoffs begin, it is very apparent there’s a large talent gap throughout the league between the few elite teams, the middle class, and the ever-growing group of bottomfeeders. Despite a season in which we saw numerous records broken and amazing individual performances, this year’s Larry O’Brien Trophy is all but guaranteed to be taken by […]

  • Boys Lacrosse team sees first playoff appearance in program history

    By Charlie Toole History is not a term that is often thrown around when talking about high school sports teams, but for the Knights’ Boys Lacrosse team, it is something they have rallied behind this season. Last year, the boys finished with their best record in program history, but graduated six seniors, most of whom were a major part of […]

    Boys Lacrosse team sees first playoff appearance in program history
  • Grady experiments with new science curriculum

    By Mei Nathan and Allie Scheinder To help fully develop the school’s mission of “career and college readiness,” Grady’s faculty redesigned the science curriculum. Beginning in the 2017-2018 school year, physical science will no longer be offered and seniors will have the option to take a new course called “Energy and Power.” “The science department is taking on a new […]

    Current physical science teacher Ben Sellers reviews with his students. Sellers is responsible for designing the curriculum for Grady's new Energy and Power course, which focuses on vocational science applications.
  • Grady Muslim Students Association attends MIST

    By Emily Ng Amid the political climate, in which President Donald Trump is attempting to establish an immigration ban targeting Muslims from six Middle Eastern countries, the Grady Muslim Student Association (MSA) celebrated Islamic culture at the Muslim Interscholastic Tournament of Atlanta (MIST). “MIST brings people together and it’s free of politics,” senior MSA president Rwan Hayek said.  “We are […]

    The Grady Muslim Students Association showcase their awards won during MIST, including second in photography, first and third in 3D art, and first place in spoken word.
  • Grady counselor follows passion, writes book about astrology

    For some, astrology is a pseudoscience, a scam, a fraud. But for Lamar Young, a guidance counselor at Grady High School and author of the recently published book, “What’s the Deal with my Sign? An Insight on Astrology,” astrology is an invigorating and profound way to look at life. “It [astrology] helps with our understanding of ourselves and our connections […]

    Grady counselor follows passion, writes book about astrology

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Exhibit shows American landscape, celebrates culture

June 5, 2017 at 1:51 pm

The High Museum of Art’s latest exhibit, Cross Country: The Power of Place in American Art, 1915–1950, which is on display until May 7, focuses on American artwork and...

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Girls soccer overcomes losing streak

May 24, 2017 at 1:15 pm

By Jack Hudson The girls soccer team finished the 2016-2017 season with an overall record of 12-7-1, making it to the third round of the state playoffs where they lost 2-0...

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Pepsi epitomizes flaws in plan for selling to Gen-X

June 1, 2017 at 12:46 pm

By Micah Bowman In an era of such political divide, one thing seemed to unite both the left and the right: a disastrous, spectacularly patronizing Pepsi commercial. There...

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The show must go on as Alliance closes for renewals

May 24, 2017 at 1:04 pm

By Anya Lomsadze The Alliance Theater at the Woodruff Arts Center will draw the curtains for its upcoming 2017-2018 season because of renovations and technical updates. However,...

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Mr. Andrew Copeland shows off his personalized award. Seniors nominated Copeland because of his relatable attitude and fun teaching style.

Copeland named Kelly Award Winner

June 1, 2017 at 12:58 pm

By Max Nevins and Jordan Killenberg At the end of every school year, Grady’s senior class chooses its favorite teacher to be the recipient of the annual Marian P. Kelly...