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The Other Side of Illness

The Other Side of Illness

Kiki Soto, Writer

February 13, 2018

Filed under LIFESTYLE, Personality Profiles

Sitting at a desk at Grady High School, her mind wandered off into… 3, 7, 7, 3, 3, 3, 7, 7. Again. 3, 7, 7, 3, 3, 3, 7, 7. Again. 3, 7, 7, 3, 3, 3, 7, 7....

Okeh, a patient and disciplined presence in science department

Okeh, a patient and disciplined presence in science department

February 8, 2018

Lili Chalfant and Aidan Downey The new teacher is already extremely involved in the school’s science department, as he teaches almost every science...

HQ trivia app grows in popularity among students, faculty

HQ trivia app grows in popularity among students, faculty

Morgan Watkins

January 31, 2018

Filed under LIFESTYLE

Students sit in their fourth period classes, waiting for the day to end. One student impatiently taps his feet on the floor, unconsciously making a beat; an...

Senior Avery Welty-Green spends afternoons in the air

Senior Avery Welty-Green spends afternoons in the air

January 22, 2018

Senior Avery Welty-Green spends her time after school in the air — literally. While most Grady students head up to debate practice on the C-300 hall or c...

Custodian Walton splits time between Grady and philanthropy

Custodian Walton splits time between Grady and philanthropy

January 22, 2018

Changing the ceiling tiles, installing new light bulbs and cleaning up spills are not always jobs acknowledged by students and staff at Grady. These tasks...

Males suffer body image issues, too

Males suffer body image issues, too

January 16, 2018

In the boys’ locker room, the sound of the tardy bell is drowned out by the slamming of lockers and a deafening chatter. Boys stand shirtless, talking...

Senior Julia Hudson celebrates Quaker faith

Senior Julia Hudson celebrates Quaker faith

January 16, 2018

Religion is important to people all over the world. It involves celebrations, community, centuries-old traditions and faith. However, many youth tend to str...

Hunter travels from Jamaica to pursue a mathematics career

Hunter travels from Jamaica to pursue a mathematics career

January 15, 2018

The turquoise, Jamaican water sparkles as sunlight bounces off of the waves. Princess parrot-fish and mackerels swarm in schools as they dart through th...

Homeless students face setbacks, staff shows support

Homeless students face setbacks, staff shows support

December 18, 2017

Walking around the hallways of Grady, it is not unusual to see some groups of students wearing varsity football gear, textbooks in tow, and others speaking to ...

Feminine products kept hidden

Feminine products kept hidden

December 18, 2017

The text comes 15 minutes before the end of first period. Senior Nina Hannaford has to meet a friend next to some lockers on the E100 hall to deliver the product. When Hannaford gets there, her fri...

Beloved by students, Mr. Smith enriches Grady

Beloved by students, Mr. Smith enriches Grady

December 18, 2017

By Jack Hudson and Caleb Weinstock Most substitutes don’t get the type of responses that this one does. Students flock to him to say “hello” o...

Student stands up to broken bathrooms with a drill

Student stands up to broken bathrooms with a drill

December 11, 2017

By Charlotte Spears With a few twists of a drill, sophomore Bradley Colburn-Stanger created something no Grady student could’ve imagined: a restroom...

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