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An upbeat website for a downtown school

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Tyler Jones

Tyler Jones, Co-Editor in Chief

Tyler Jones is a senior in her fourth year writing for the Southerner. When she is not writing features on anything Atlanta, you can usually find her in the lair of the Speech and Debate team or doodling on her tablet.

 

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Ominous E300 staircase unnerves fearful freshmen

Ominous E300 staircase unnerves fearful freshmen

Tyler Jones, Layout Associate Managing Editor and A&E Associate Managing Editor
May 24, 2019
BANG FOR YOUR BUCK: The Justice Department revealed on Mar. 4 a bribery scandal involving the alteration of test score and false reports of athletic recruitment in order to gain college admission. The incident demonstrates the deep economic disparity between students as well as the culture of college prestige in the admissions system.

College bribery scandal reveals economic inequality

Tyler Jones, Layout Associate Managing Editor and A&E Associate Managing Editor
March 12, 2019
A DUSTY PLAIN: The infamous dirt lot houses student cars as well as the occasional swamp pit and dust bowl.

Grady’s outback: the dirt lot

Tyler Jones, Layout Associate Managing Editor and A&E Associate Managing Editor
February 15, 2019
Minecraft ushers game-based learning to classrooms

Minecraft ushers game-based learning to classrooms

Tyler Jones, Layout Associate Managing Editor and A&E Section Editor
December 5, 2018
A SYMPHONY FOR PEACE: Pianos for Peace is an Atlanta-based organization that displays over 50 painted pianos from places like the BeltLine, MARTA stations, and the airport from Sept. 1-21, later donating them to schools and nursing homes across the city.

Pianos for Peace

Tyler Jones, Layout Associate Managing Editor and A&E Section Editor
September 26, 2018
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