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U.S. History teacher, James Sullivan teaches his class. Georgias Divisive Concepts Law can limit what teachers can teach in their classrooms.
Georgia’s Divisive Concept Law creates potential problems for teachers
Zelda LernerSeptember 18, 2023

The recent firing of Cobb County teacher Katie Rinderle has provoked a debate surrounding Georgia’s Divisive Concept law, signed by Gov. Brian...

Carter Steiding, sophomore

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Sierra Pape
Steiding stretches with the team in the gym before cross country practice.

Carter Steiding has been doing sports, including soccer and swimming, his entire life but was inspired freshman year to begin running for the Midtown cross country team.

“My favorite thing to do outside of school is definitely cross country,” Steiding said. “I love running and the team is super fun to spend the afternoon with.”

As his first year of cross country, Steiding got inspired to continue cross country for the rest of his high school career.

“My favorite memory from last year is story time with a senior named Devon,” Steiding said. “I really enjoyed last year and am excited for this year.”

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Sierra Pape, News Managing Editor
Sierra Pape is a junior and this is her third year on the Southerner staff. When she is not writing, you will find her running for the Midtown cross country team, working for Midtown Votes and political organizations outside of school, and singing and playing the guitar. She is excited to contribute to the paper for years to come.

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