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Articles By: Hannah Martin

Burger joint a treat for tastebuds, wallets

Burger joint a treat for tastebuds, wallets

As I wove my way through the busy Edgewood parking lot on a Friday afternoon, a strong burger-scented breeze wafted into my nostrils. Despite waiting 10 minutes for a parking spot, I couldn’t help but shiver with yummy anticipation as I got closer to the burgery bliss. Customers both young and old swarmed around the building. I made my way […]

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Eid al-Fear: Islamophobia sweeps nation

As the winter holidays approach, my excitement to celebrate Christmas and New Year’s Eve with my family increases exponentially, despite my non-religious status. I realize that this most wonderful time of the year revolves mostly around the Christian religion, but it’s never really bothered me until now. However, being a citizen of this country, I also can’t help but notice […]

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“Dogface” a treat for audiences, prevails at competition

“Dogface” a treat for audiences, prevails at competition

Thursday, Oct. 17 was the opening night of Dogface, and, despite showing on a weeknight, the theatre was packed. The audience quieted down as the house lights dimmed and the play finally began. The opening scene of the show is bizarre, with our main character, Dogface, offering only a profile view against the harshly-lit red background. Dogface briefly introduces the […]

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Teens ‘tumbling’ down slippery slope

Tumblr, a popular social media site, hosts 130.5 million active blogs as of Aug. 8. That means many of those individuals see the disturbing entries glorifying anxiety and depression on a regular basis; posts including phrases like ‘Once they stop talking to you, they start talking about you’ and ‘I don’t need a reason to kill myself, I need a […]

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Preview: Volleyball team hits the ground running

Preview: Volleyball team hits the ground running

  The Grady volleyball team started with a major advantage after beating both opponents at their first two games on Aug. 29. “C’mon girls, let’s practice those tricks!” coach Constance Riley yelled out at a court filled with eager players. Two hours before the game even started, the volleyball team began diligently practicing strategies for beating their opponents. The volleyball […]

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New Course is ‘Out of this World’

New Course is ‘Out of this World’

It’s 8:15 in the morning, and students are starting to file into the astronomy classroom on the fourth floor. Normally, students are expected to be unhappy and groggy in the morning, but Sellers’ students seemed eager to begin class. “My favorite thing about astronomy is that it’s the science that basically nobody knows anything about; I hate to say nobody […]

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