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2019-20 budget eliminates Design Pathway, shifts jobs

2019-20 budget eliminates Design Pathway, shifts jobs

April 23, 2019

The school Governance Team (GO Team) approved the 2019-20 budget with important changes to instruction and some teacher positions. The budget eliminates...

Sports staff questions lack of clarity in staff turnover

Sports staff questions lack of clarity in staff turnover

Elias Podber, Sports Managing Editor

April 23, 2019

Filed under Front Slideshow, SPORTS, Sports Commentary

There is a lack of clarity surrounding the appointment of new athletic director, Patrick Johnson, and the removal of current athletic director John Lambert...

Cabbagetown murals brighten community

Cabbagetown murals brighten community

April 23, 2019

The “Forward Warrior” wall is full of murals created by Atlanta artists that change annually. The founder, Peter Ferrari, set out to nine years ago to c...

Bribery scandal highlights flaws in college admissions

Bribery scandal highlights flaws in college admissions

April 23, 2019

As a senior, applying to colleges this past fall was stressful, to say the least, but hearing about the college admissions scandal was just demoralizing....

U.S. Women’s National Team files gender discrimination lawsuit

U.S. Women’s National Team files gender discrimination lawsuit

April 23, 2019

One of the main constants still found in the world in 2019 is gender discrimination. While much has improved for the rights of women, discrimination still persis...

Boys lacrosse misses out on playoffs

Boys lacrosse misses out on playoffs

April 19, 2019

The Grady boys lacrosse team missed the playoffs for the second consecutive season after only winning one game in their region. The team started the...

Students celebrate lesser-known religious traditions

Students celebrate lesser-known religious traditions

April 19, 2019

Each major religion has a holiday the public has heard about; whether it is Christmas, Hanukkah or Ramadan. However, there are holidays and traditions th...

Anti-vaccination community harmful to all

Anti-vaccination community harmful to all

Kiki Soto, Comment Managing Editor

April 19, 2019

Filed under Comment, Front Slideshow

As the increasing presence of anti-vaccination groups on social media gains popularity, public schools must prioritize educating teens on the importance of vac...

Gwinnett County rejects Marta Expansion

Gwinnett County rejects Marta Expansion

April 19, 2019

For a third time, Gwinnett County voters rejected a referendum to expand public transit, marking yet another defeat for pro-MARTA advocates. The refer...

Alumni showcase growth in art show

Alumni showcase growth in art show

April 19, 2019

Three blue faces stare from walls; another face screams while a bronze statue nearby gives a thumbs-up. The figures are from alumni Magdalena Dumitres...

Cluster meeting brings up key issues

Cluster meeting brings up key issues

Anna Fedorova and Ellie Winer

April 17, 2019

Filed under Front Slideshow, NEWS

The Grady Cluster community gathered at Inman Middle School on April 17 to outline the past year, answer questions, and discuss plans for the next few ...

Patrick Johnson ’01 accepts Athletic Director position

Patrick Johnson ’01 accepts Athletic Director position

April 15, 2019

Alum Patrick Johnson ‘01 will return to Grady beginning next school year as the new Athletic Director. Johnson will replace Coach John Lambert as head of t...

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