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Community leaders push Confederate Avenue name change

Community leaders push Confederate Avenue name change

October 31, 2018

Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms signed a law renaming three Civil War-era named streets in Grant Park after the Atlanta City Council unanimously voted to c...

Gentrification shifts demographics

October 26, 2018

In major cities such as New York, Los Angeles and Atlanta, the influx of wealth and development into historically-impoverished communities continues to force ...

Abrams and Kemp clashes continue during Gubernatorial Debate

October 23, 2018

Republican nominee Brian Kemp and Democratic nominee Stacey Abrams leveled accusations tonight about false or incomplete information instead of strength...

Medical innovators ease life for patients with disabilities

October 20, 2018

NEW YORK Medical innovators presented their work on technological advances for people with physical disabilities at the No Barriers Summit in New Y...

`The Hate U Give’ hopes to inspire

`The Hate U Give’ hopes to inspire

October 18, 2018

“The Hate U Give” seeked to inspire social activism with its message that police brutality is an epidemic disproportionately affecting low-income communitie...

Q&A with Stacey Abrams, gubernatorial candidate

October 16, 2018

The Southerner posed several questions to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams on her plans as Georgia governor to address issues relevant ...

Walden Sports Complex unveiled

Walden Sports Complex unveiled

Selena Kleber and Kiki Soto

October 15, 2018

Filed under Local News, NEWS, School News

Astroturf fields, metal stands, concessions, locker rooms and scoreboards all stamped with a big, cardinal colored ‘G’ has made the dream of uniquely Gr...

SGA’s role not fully communicated to students

SGA’s role not fully communicated to students

October 8, 2018

Although most Grady students are too young to vote in the midterm elections, they still have voting opportunities through the Student Government Associat...

Beltline directly affects Virginia-Highland businesses

Beltline directly affects Virginia-Highland businesses

Elise Isakov

October 4, 2018

Filed under Front Slideshow, Local News, NEWS

Right up the street from Grady sits a corner of shops lined with glowing fairy lights. Small groups of people wander from place to place. This area is kn...

Interest in AP Music Theory ensures continuation

Interest in AP Music Theory ensures continuation

October 1, 2018

AP music theory, an advanced placement class deemed one of the hardest by  teacher, Kevin Hill, has been brought back this school year, and its popul...

FDA demands corporate crackdown on teen Juuling

September 30, 2018

The Food and Drug Administration last month issued an ultimatum for five major e-cigarette companies mandating they come up with a solution to rampa...

Grady weighs in on who has the right to know

Grady weighs in on who has the right to know

September 26, 2018

The New York Times published a controversial and anonymous op-ed on Sept. 5. Mixed reactions surfaced after hearing it was written by a senior officia...

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