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DeVos V.S. Woods: Standardized Testing Plans for 2021

Photo w/ men at the podium: Photo by Bob Andres taken on February 4, 2020, Some rights reserved, (license link) bismarcktribune.com

Avery Haney, News Editor

October 12, 2020

Although on September 3rd of 2020, Betsy DeVos (The United States Secretary of Education) announced that the Trump Administration is requiring standardized testing to be mandatory despite Georgia’s waiver form, Richard Woods (The Georgia School Superintendent) is continuing to argue for less impact of the state assessment on student grades for this year. ...

Alabama wins College Football Championship

UGA senior RB Sony Michel tries to out run Bama defenders

Lucas Kochevar, Staff Writer

January 11, 2018

     The Crimson Tide and Bulldogs faced each other in the fourth annual College Football Championship. This was the first time that two teams from the same conference were playing in the Playoff era.        The Georgia Bulldogs went 12-1 during the year and they were lead by their...

College Football Game of the Week – Week 4

The Bulldogs defense hope to rise to the occasion against Mississippi State. Photo by: Brandon Sweeney

Lucas Kochevar, Staff Writer

September 21, 2017

The SEC experiences an intense showdown as the local Georgia Bulldogs play the Mississippi State Bulldogs. This game of the week is, once again, between two ranked opponents. Georgia is 11th in the country, while Mississippi State is ranked 17th. This match up should test both teams to determine who is...

Hurricane Irma causes expansive strain on the Southern United States

A gigantic tree behind Lambert freshman, Morgan Quach's, house was completely uprooted and destroyed due to Tropical Storm Irma.

Cayla Vanderzanden, Senior Editor

September 15, 2017

Hurricane Irma came as one of the most powerful Atlantic Ocean hurricanes to ever be recorded, made up of wind speeds that stayed at a constant rate of 150 miles per hour, and occasionally blowing even stronger. Irma began in the tropical North Atlantic on August 30th, 2017, initially a tropical s...

John Ossoff- future of America?

John Ossoff speaking to his campaign team.

Zain Hyath, Staff Writer

May 11, 2017

John Ossoff, seen as a beacon of hope for the people of his district and and for the future of the nation, has been defying all the odds against him. Running for congress as a Democrat in Georgia's 6th district is almost a lost cause as the seat has been governed by Republicans for the past 38 years, most recently by Rep. Tom Price who has since ste...

Spring Weather

Spring Weather

Sarah Sander, Resident Artist

March 28, 2017

Early spring is a difficult season when it comes to temperature. Many people believe that the weather will be warm, but in Georgia, the reality of early spring is bone chilling mornings and humid afternoons.

New bill would require Georgians to get a new prescription for controlled substances every five days

The new bill would require people with ADHD to see their doctor and get a new prescription every five days.

Emma North, Photography Editor

February 15, 2017

I sincerely thought it was fake. I was scrolling on the news app when I saw the headline, “Georgia bill would require new ADHD prescriptions every 5 days.” I thought maybe it was satire, until I noticed it was by CNN. The bill in question, bill 81 SB, was drafted by Sen. Renee Unterman in late ...

How corporate farming is taking the “agri” out of agriculture- and what one can do to stop it

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Quinn Forney, Online Editor

May 16, 2016

As the world is becoming more industrialized, so is agriculture. Corporations such as Tyson have been developing more effective measures to produce larger amounts of meat more quickly. However, these more “effective” methods may have the benefit of greater production, but what is the cost? Chick...

Snow and ice kicks off 2016 in Georgia

Taken in the same place just a few days apart, the difference the weather brings is unbelievable; it is almost like there were two seasons in one week.

Jessica Borla, Advertising Lead

January 26, 2016

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Remembering Abbey Herbert: The tragic story of a Georgia teen

Allatoona High School lost an incredible student

Logan White, Literary Editor

November 17, 2015

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Autumn weather opens outdoor opportunities

Autumn view from the Barker house atop Sawnee mountain

Quinn Forney, Online Editor

October 20, 2015

With the recent change in seasons and weather, many activities have become more appealing. Hiking in the beautiful Appalachian mountains is a personal favorite, but it's a bit far. As something closer to home, hiking Sawnee mountain, Amicalola falls, or Stone mountain could provide an alternative. For...

Cumming Fair on the move again

The Ferris wheel is the centerpiece to any fair

Logan White, Literary Editor

October 19, 2015

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