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Davis takes improved, all-inclusive approach to teaching

Davis takes improved, all-inclusive approach to teaching

By: Allie Schneider Growing up in Warner Robins, Ga., Grady Biology and AP Environmental Science teacher Pierre Davis was a basketball standout, whose potential pointed straight to the NBA. “I thought [basketball] was what I was supposed to do and what I wanted to do,” Davis said. “But basketball is competitive, and there’s no guarantee you’re going to make it […]

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Prince was one of the many iconic celebrities who passed away in 2016. His innovative music style lives on in many of the modern day artists whom he influenced. Photo courtesy of Rollingstone.com.

2016 Deaths Leave Behind Iconic Legacies

By Jordan Killenberg Throughout the past year, a seemingly massive amount of legendary people have passed, leaving 2016 full of melancholy announcements and memories. Musicians, actors, politicians, athletes and more joined the ever growing list. However, these icons will live on through those they have influenced throughout their lives and careers. Only two days following the release of his final […]

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Emory Integrity Project Inspires Ethical Behavior

    Emory University recently launched a new project to inspire more ethical behavior within the campus and the community. The Emory Integrity Project (EIP), founded summer 2016, is the first organization of its kind to be formed within a college.    The EIP was founded off of a $2.6 million dollar grant from the John Templeton Foundation, and is currently […]

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Wax N’ Facts gives Atlanta nostalgic vibes

Located in the heart of Atlanta’s eclectic Little Five Points, Wax N’ Facts is a local record store with an extensive collection of vinyl, compact disks, turntables and cassette tapes. Established in 1976 by Georgia Music Hall of Fame member Danny Beard and his partner Harry DeMille, Wax N’ Facts provides the city with a unique collection of music from […]

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Organization works to bring produce to all Atlantans

In Georgia, 43.2 percent of adults and 43.1 percent of adolescents reported eating less than one serving of fruit daily, according to a 2016 survey conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This statistic is not surprising, considering over one in five Georgians are food insecure, or unsure where their next meal is going to come from. While […]

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Grady musicals highlight students’ choreographic talent

Grady musicals highlight students’ choreographic talent

While Grady audiences are sitting in their auditorium seats and flipping through their playbill before a production, they often stop to read the director’s notes or look at the pictures of the high school actors. However, many neglect to recognize the work that takes place before the performances by students and teachers. Often, the students play critical roles in the […]

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Coffee shop transforms into Gilmore Girls’ Luke’s Diner

Coffee shop transforms into Gilmore Girls’ Luke’s Diner

By: Kaitlyn Carroll and Tabby Hatem The typically relaxed environment of the North Highland Java Vino has been replaced with a loud, anxious crowd of Netflix-lovers. On October 5th, Java Vinos all across the United States and Canada transformed their looks to mimic Luke’s Diner, a small diner from the popular TV show Gilmore Girls. To promote a four episode […]

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Official DECA logo used across America

DECA Club Opens Doors

By Molly Haynes Distributive Education Clubs of America, or DECA, is a non-profit organization that spreads knowledge of business and marketing across the country for the past 70 years. DECA creates opportunities for college and high school students interested in marketing. Since 1946, over 10 million students, educators, administrators, schools, and businesses have been affiliated with DECA nationwide. Today, 275 colleges […]

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Wave of spirit washes over students for Homecoming week

Wave of spirit washes over students for Homecoming week

Grady students walked through the doors early Monday morning wearing nightgowns, slippers,and robes for pajama day. Homecoming had begun and a wave of school spirit washed over the entire student body for the upcoming week. The tradition of “spirit week” includes five days, each uniquely themed to pump up the students for the weekend. Pajamas, greasers versus socs, cross-dress, and […]

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By Sarah Gebba

Bikers head over wheels for new club

The after-school life at Grady seems to be never-ending. With the Robotics Team’s kids running around in their underground lair, to the Debate kids who can be found practicing into the late hours of the night. With new clubs starting each year, there never seems to be a lack of things to do after school. Bike Club, started by senior […]

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