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  • They just couldn’t wait to beat King Lions

    BY GRACE DUSEBURY, CARSON FLEMING and KIMANI PALMER It was a rainy and cold Friday night on April 17, yet fans and parents still came out to watch their lacrosse teams tame the Lions of Martin Luther King Jr. High in Lithonia. The girls team came within seconds of a shutout in a 12-1 victory. Junior captains Grace Dines and […]

    They just couldn’t wait to beat King Lions
  • Students protest dress code policy, enforcement

    Protesting Grady’s dress code policy and enforcement, students dressed conservatively under the name of Grady Feminists for Dress Code Reform today. Taped to their clothing were different signs such as “#NotADistraction” and “Am I covered up enough?” which conveyed the opinion that the APS dress code and Grady’s enforcement of it unfairly targets female students. The organization’s Facebook event listed […]

    Students protest dress code policy, enforcement
  • Baseball team rides stellar pitching to win over Redan

    On April 21, the Grady Knights baseball team earned a 1-0 victory at home against the Redan Raiders. After losing to Redan 16-1 earlier in the season, Grady buckled down to hold the Raiders scoreless and keep their playoff hopes alive. While the offense was only able to muster one run, that turned out to be enough as junior starting […]

    Baseball team rides stellar pitching to win over Redan
  • Gauntlet advances to ultimate Final Four

    BY PARK LI The Grady Gauntlet, the boys varsity ultimate Frisbee team participated in part of its state tournament on Saturday, April 18. The tournament was originally scheduled to be a two-day event, played on Saturday and Sunday, but due to inclement weather, the boys were only able to play Saturday. Despite the constant rain and muddy puddled fields, Grady won all four of its […]

    Gauntlet advances to ultimate Final Four
  • A whole new world: High Museum showcases Lam

    Imagining New Worlds, an exhibit at the High Museum, documents the life and work of 20th-century artist Wifredo Lam. This retrospective exhibit explores Lam’s multiracial and multicultural background—Lam was born in Cuba in 1902 to Lam-Yam, his Chinese father, and Ana Serafina Castilla Lam, his mother of African and Spanish descent. The display follows his life through the stages of […]

    A whole new world: High Museum showcases Lam
  • Five reasons why Hawks should win it all

    BY CHASE KLEBER Atlanta, Georgia—a city where sports fans are consistently left drowning in their own tears. A place with a very depressing, barren trophy case. A city with such a depressing sports history that it has been placed at, or near the top, of Forbes’ “most miserable sports cities.” However, it is now a city with hope. The rising […]

    Five reasons why Hawks should win it all
  • Hoping to top a stellar regular season, NBA playoffs to tip off this Saturday

    BY QUINN PRESTON And then there were 16 left. The 2014-15 NBA regular season was one of the craziest and most memorable in recent years, but it ended this past Wednesday. The playoffs will kick into gear this Saturday. The regular season was filled with ups and downs for the entire league. Some of those downs included the biggest fan […]

    Hoping to top a stellar regular season, NBA playoffs to tip off this Saturday
  • The Jesters learn the joy of six

    The weekend of March 7-8 was a historic one for the Grady Speech and Debate team. After qualifying more entries to the Georgia Forensic Championship than any other team in the history of the competition, the Grady Jesters came away with their sixth straight Overall Champions Sweepstakes Award and their sixth straight School of Excellence Award. Grady teacher and debate […]

    The Jesters learn the joy of six
  • Twenty Questions for Marquis Eppinger

    On b-ball, the ladies, surviving high school, defying stereotypes and letting off steam on the dance floor FULL COURT PRESS: Orlando Riley and Marquis Eppinger (right) meet on the court to shoot some hoops before class. ____________________________________________________________________________________________ Dude, how tall are you? “Honestly, I do not know. I believe I am 6’2” or maybe 6’3” with shoes on.” Alright, but what […]

    Twenty Questions for Marquis Eppinger
  • Milestones lag time leads district to write new finals

    Starting in the 2014-15 school year, all Georgia high school students will have to take Milestones tests in place of EOCTs. While this switch has been in the works since Common Core was introduced in 2010, APS changed its finals policy due to the new test’s lengthy processing time. APS spokeswoman Kimberly Willis Green explained that the new Milestones system […]

    Milestones lag time leads district to write new finals

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Students protest dress code policy, enforcement

Students protest dress code policy, enforcement

April 24, 2015 at 2:56 pm

Freshman Nina Sterns wears a poster and hands out more to other students that reads, “Grady’s dress code policy and attitude towards women needs to change. #NotADistraction.”...

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They just couldn’t wait to beat King Lions

They just couldn’t wait to beat King Lions

April 25, 2015 at 1:27 pm

Mary Lerner reaches for a high pass in the pouring rain. Lerner scored for the Knights as they defeated the MLK Lions at Grady Stadium, 12-1. Photo by Grace Dusenbury. BY...

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Letter to the Legislature: AP U.S. History curriculum teaches objective, not unpatriotic, history

April 14, 2015 at 1:02 pm

Dear Georgia legislators, This year, the College Board altered its curriculum for AP U.S. History to include an evaluation factor called synthesis, something that has caused...

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‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ goes the extra mile

‘Hedwig and the Angry Inch’ goes the extra mile

April 23, 2015 at 12:20 am

By Isabel Olson If there is a trip to New York City in your near future, you should put Hedwig at the top of the to do list. There is no other show that has taken the artistic...

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Twenty Questions for Marquis Eppinger

Twenty Questions for Marquis Eppinger

April 15, 2015 at 7:52 pm

On b-ball, the ladies, surviving high school, defying stereotypes and letting off steam on the dance floor FULL COURT PRESS: Orlando Riley and Marquis Eppinger (right) meet...