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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...

Ayden Conlon, sophomore

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Henry Moye
Ayden Conlon smiles in gym class.

Sophomore Ayden Conlon recently moved to Midtown from Nebraska and feels the new school has been very welcoming. In his spare time, he enjoys working on cars and supporting his community through volunteer work.

“Since I moved here from Nebraska last year, Midtown has been so great for me,” Conlon said. “Out of school, I like to work on cars in my free time because it distracts me from stress. I also enjoy volunteering at my local food bank to give back to the poor.”

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Henry is a sophomore that is very excited for his second year on the Southerner. Aside from working on the paper, Henry plays on the Midtown soccer team and competes with the Midtown debate team.

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