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The New Sexual Education

The New Sexual Education

November 6, 2017

The birds and the bees. Sound familiar? How about these: consent; teen pregnancy; sexually transmitted disease? How much do high schoolers really know...

Atlanta Mayoral Race: How Does It Affect The Grady Community?

Atlanta Mayoral Race: How Does It Affect The Grady Community?

October 3, 2017

By Parker Killenberg and Sophie Rivard On Nov. 7, Atlanta voters will sort through a crowded field of 10 mayoral candidates to select the successor to Kas...

Individually we are different; Together we are divided

Individually we are different; Together we are divided

September 8, 2017

By Alex Durham and Katie Earles “Individually we are different, Together we are Grady.” This motto has represented Grady since the 1990’s, but looking from the classroom to where students decide to sit at a p...

Cultural divides persists in school sports

Chandler Morris, Alex Langan, and Jack Hudson

February 16, 2017

Filed under In-Depth News, In-depth News, NEWS, Special Section

By Chandler Morris, Alex Langan, Jack Hudson Competitive sports have the ability to bring people together: the Super Bowl brings states together to root for their teams, collegiate athletics provide entertainment and funds for schools, and high school games promote school spirit. The playing field, however, can also reveal racial divides in America. In both college and...

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