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Atlantans occupy city park; 52 spend night in jail

Atlantans occupy city park; 52 spend night in jail

November 11, 2011

In early October, Mandie Mitchell, an artist and gallery owner, was evicted from her live-work space when she was unable to continue paying her rent. Mit...

Teachers missing from equation in classrooms

The Southerner

October 11, 2011

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By Konadu Amoakuh Eight weeks into the school year, juniors Jori Shorts and Laura Sommerville were on their seventh substitute in their Math III class. With midsemester quickly approaching, three Math III classes, three Math III support classes and three special-education classes still did not have permanent or even long-term teachers. The students in some of these classes...

Students, faculty fabricate community-service hours

Olivia Kleinman

September 23, 2011

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  Junior Reilly Lerner has spent countless Saturdays giving back to her community: re-roofing homes for the impoverished elderly, helping feed the hungry with the Atlanta Community Food Bank, packaging medical supplies to developing countries through MedShare and helping women seeking refuge at the Atlanta Women’s Day Shelter. Though she expects nothing in return,...

Murray earns national award for his exemplary leadership as principal

Murray earns national award for his exemplary leadership as principal

The Southerner

October 12, 2006

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By Sarah Beth McKay Known around campus as the administrator always willing to listen and ready to help, principal Dr. Vincent Murray has finally receive...

The Drop Out Dilemma

Olivia Veira

May 2, 2003

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