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‘Love Simon’ offers a teen perspective on coming out

‘Love Simon’ offers a teen perspective on coming out

April 12, 2018

When does one come out as heterosexual? That’s one of the questions the new film “Love, Simon” asks viewers to consider after showing a montage ...

Grady SoundCloud rappers reflect on passion for music

Grady SoundCloud rappers reflect on passion for music

Rachel Hasson

April 11, 2018

In our day and age, technology is the platform not only used to communicate words and ideas, but to share talents, media and entertainment. Multiple students in...

The Peachtree Road Farmers Market delays their reusable bag design contest

The Peachtree Road Farmers Market delays their reusable bag design contest

Morgan Watkins

March 29, 2018

Colored pencils scatter the floor and tables, while crumpled pieces of paper overflow in the trash can. Another failed drawing lands on the floor as a...

International opera singer shines with mother’s support

International opera singer shines with mother’s support

March 22, 2018

By Max Nevins Throughout the concert hall, a low bass voice echoes. In the center of the stage, opera singer Reginald Smith Jr. stands belting note af...

“Black Mirror” presents a fresh take on science fiction

“Black Mirror” presents a fresh take on science fiction

Maeve Malaney-Lau

February 14, 2018

After watching an episode of “Black Mirror”, one may sit confused, frightened and yet strangely captivated. Every episode of the show has a different...

The Lion King roars into Fox Theatre

Aneska Walrath, Author

February 1, 2018

By Aneska Walrath The opening night performance of “The Lion King” at the Fox Theatre was filled with excitement of experiencing this great show. When the house lights dimmed after the routine announcement of “no cameras or cell phones,” the sold-out audience burst into applause. Nothing about “The Lion King” is ordinary.  It’s the fourth longest-ru...

2018 Oscar Predictions

Anya Lomsadze, Managing Editor, News

January 30, 2018

The 2017 Oscar nominations represent the start of a much needed shift in Hollywood culture. The past few years, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, which hands out the awards, has faced highly publicized controversy. In 2015, every single acting nominee was white, prompting the viral hashtag #OscarsSoWhite criticizing the blatantly undiverse pool. Women and peopl...

The Crown’s second season proves a success

The Crown’s second season proves a success

January 25, 2018

Royalty has always captivated the imaginations of average civilians. They envy the lavish lives that royalty seems to live, but “The Crown” shows a...

“How to Get Away With Murder” thrills audience

“How to Get Away With Murder” thrills audience

January 25, 2018

“How to Get Away With Murder,” is not your typical law TV series. After watching just the first episode, watchers are left intrigued, curious, and...

The Greatest Showman: A magical tale of triumph

The Greatest Showman: A magical tale of triumph

Elise Isakov

January 25, 2018

A moving film that highlights individuality as well as failures and triumphs, “The Greatest Showman” is an upbeat story set to enjoyable music leaving...

Student civic walls enhance school character

Student civic walls enhance school character

December 13, 2017

By Ellie Werthman and Alex Opsahl Lunchtime in Grady’s courtyard features the lunch boxes, styrofoam trays, and chattering students found at most high sc...

Cirque du Soleil LUZIA review

Aneska Walrath, Author

November 29, 2017

Cirque du Soleil, the largest traveling circus in the world, premiered a new show, LUZIA, in the company’s home city of Montreal in 2016 and is currently making its first tour around the United States. On Sunday evening October 29 I attended the show at Atlantic Station. LUZIA takes you to an imaginary Mexico where light (luz in Spanish) satisfies the spirit and rain (llu...

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