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An upbeat website for a downtown school

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An upbeat website for a downtown school

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The new Murphy Crossing MARTA Station located in southwest Atlanta will be developed jointly by real estate development company Culdesac, Inc. in partnership with Urban Oasis Development.
New MARTA Stations announced, establish rail and BeltLine connection
Shalin BhatiaMay 27, 2024

In his State of the City address, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens announced a new MARTA rail station in southwest Atlanta adjacent to the Atlanta...

Lainey Sigl, sophomore

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Hannah Silver
Sigl goes around the courtyard at lunch asking students for photos from the first week of school for the yearbook.

Sophomore Lainey Sigl participates in various school acitivy’s such as cheer and yearbook, but outside of school she finds an escape with playing the guitar.

“Outside of school I really like to play the guitar,” Sigl said. “I’ve been playing for three years now and it’s something that I like to do in my free time when I’m not in school.”

Sigl expressed that school can be fairly stressful, so she has had to come up with ways to de-stress.

“Sometimes I can get really stressed with everything that is going on,” Sigl said. “My escape from the stress is usually through music.”

 

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Hannah Silver
Hannah Silver, Lifestyle Associate Managing Editor
Hannah Silver is a junior and this is her third year writing for the Southerner. When she's not spending her time writing, she is doing cheer, is beta club co-vice president, plays violin, is a company member at her dance studio, is a latin club officer, jewish student union leadership member, and enjoys hanging out with her friends.

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