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Senior starts Grady Black Student Union

Senior starts Grady Black Student Union

September 26, 2018

  In 1968, San Francisco State University founded the first-ever Black Student Union. Many other institutions soon followed suit, forming simila...

Hollis promoted to assistant principal

Hollis promoted to assistant principal

September 25, 2018

Standing on the C200 hallway during the seven-minute transition period after every class Tekeshia Hollis maintains order as students rush to get to clas...

This is ‘Zero Hour’: Grady student leads march for climate justice

This is ‘Zero Hour’: Grady student leads march for climate justice

September 11, 2018

Senior Esme Rice has always been interested in environmental activism. Two summers ago, she attended the Climate Reality Leadership Corps in Seattle, le...

Juul: the new generation of nicotine addicts

Juul: the new generation of nicotine addicts

September 6, 2018

      In student-designated bathroom stalls, in the hallways, at lunch, on desks and in teenage hands, students are inhaling carcinogenic, ...

District sailing successfully in its partnership efforts

District sailing successfully in its partnership efforts

August 30, 2018

Atlanta Public Schools used to be entirely composed of traditional public schools. Since 2016, the district has diversified its pool of 84 schools to inclu...

Midtown housing prices high, teacher commutes long

Midtown housing prices high, teacher commutes long

August 22, 2018

Wake up to an alarm between 7:00 a.m. and 7:45 a.m. Take a shower, get dressed, eat breakfast, make a lunch, pack a bag, and hustle out the door. Wait...

Retiring Chief Justice Hines reflects on career and Grady

Retiring Chief Justice Hines reflects on career and Grady

August 22, 2018

Nineteen sixty-one was a big year for Grady. The boys basketball team finished 3rd in the state tournament. Harris Hines was a guard on the team, and a football and b...

Young People “Thrive” Working on the Abrams Campaign

Young People “Thrive” Working on the Abrams Campaign

August 22, 2018

Nov. 6, Georgians will set out to vote in the midterm elections, which include Georgia’s gubernatorial election. Ahead of the elections, Democrats and Republ...

High bar set after Thomas’ Harvard win

High bar set after Thomas’ Harvard win

Dana Richie, Online Lifestyle/ A&E Section Editor

August 21, 2018

Filed under Front Slideshow, NEWS, School News

Most Grady students used the summer to unwind and recharge their batteries for the upcoming school year, but this is not the case for senior Jordan Thomas. He spent the summer making history....

New Hands-Free Law impacts Grady community

New Hands-Free Law impacts Grady community

August 21, 2018

 Now that school is well in session for the fall, many Grady juniors and seniors get into their cars each morning to drive through the busy streets of Mid...

Proposed Monroe and 10th development shut down by city

Proposed Monroe and 10th development shut down by city

Lanier Pickren

August 20, 2018

Filed under Local News, NEWS

The blaring sound of skidding tires against the street is  typical for Grady students who regularly cross the intersection of Monroe Drive and 10th Street...

Grady students suddenly are no longer wrong

Grady students suddenly are no longer wrong

August 3, 2018

Students will miss hearing long-time assistant principal Dr. David Lee Propst’s catchphrase, “you are wrong.” He retired from Grady on July 31. ...

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