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Coyote Danger in Metro Atlanta Community

Coyote pictured near a residential area in Gwinnett County Georgia

Avery Haney, News Editor

September 14, 2020

On Tuesday, September 8th, packs of migrating coyotes were spotted evoking issues in metro Atlanta neighborhoods and even causing multiple house pet deaths in the process. Coyotes have been dominating Georgia ever since 1969 and now encompass about 159 of the state's counties during the September to...

9/11 Anniversary

Image was taken moments before “United Airlines” flight 175 crashed into the World Trade Center.

Natalie Ogden, News Staff

September 11, 2020

This Friday is the 19th anniversary of The September 11 attacks also known as 9/11. It was a series of coordinated attacks by the Islamic terrorist group Al-Qaeda in the United States of America.  Four passenger airliners that had departed from the northwest United States bound for California wer...

Operation Not Forgotten


Natalie Ogden, News Staff

September 10, 2020

On August 27th, US Marshals confirmed that 39 missing children have been found by authorities in a two-week-long search to rescue endangered minors.  The US Marshals Service Missing Child Unit led the search nicknamed “Operation Not Forgotten.” With the assistance of The Southeast Regional Fu...

Massive Fire Engulfs Atlanta Apartment Complex

Bird’s eye view of apartment complex fire on 517 Main street in Atlanta GA.

Avery Haney, News Editor

September 2, 2020

During the late afternoon on August 19th, 2020, a massive fire uproared in a four-story apartment complex located near Lindbergh’s MARTA station on 517 Main Street in Atlanta Georgia.  After a whopping 10 hours of work securing the apartments, Atlanta Fire Rescue Department has determined the origi...

Laura Approaching


Natalie Ogden, News Staff

August 31, 2020

 Hurricane Laura is barreling towards the Texas and Louisiana coasts and is expected to become an extremely dangerous Category 4 hurricane. The worst-case scenario centers around a surge that is predicted to be to the east of the center of the storm. The Hurricane is expected to make landfall on We...

Georgia Weather: Why so Rainy?

Aaron Hsu

March 18, 2020

Georgia continues to be hit with a rainy season with near-record rainfall. The South has been experiencing historic flooding with rain reaching up to 5-7 inches. Right now, rainfall is 1-3 inches above average.   The heavy rain is a result of a band covering Eastern Louisiana, central parts o...

Apple Facing Massive Lawsuit

Caption: Graph representing the prominence of older phones slowing down when new Apple phones are released in comparison to other phone companies. Apple products are represented by the blue line

Avery Haney, News Staff

March 16, 2020

Apple is a technology company that is monopolizing almost all of the most popular devices. Aside from close seconds such as the Mac and Apple Watch, the annual iPhone steals the cake for the most successful Apple product thus far. Because these phones roll out about every year around September, past generation phone...

Nashville Tornadoes

The picture above shows the extent of the damage caused by the tornadoes that swept through Nashville.

Jimena Ruano

March 10, 2020

Tornadoes swept Nashville, Tennessee, in the early hours of Tuesday, March 3, leaving many devastated and without power.     Schools, businesses, and homes were destroyed across the counties affected by the tornadoes: there are twenty-four confirmed fatalities, including five children un...

Checkers Employee Shoots a Customer Angered Over Chicken Wings

Obshree Saravana, Senior Editor

March 10, 2020

 In Dekalb County, Georgia, a Checkers employee shot a customer who was angry about his incorrect chicken wings order.   The manager explains that two customers ordered chicken wings, but the employees gave them the wrong food. After a series of complaints from the customer, the employees began to rema...

International Night Fashion Show

Jimena Ruano

March 3, 2020

Students from all cultures joined together on the runway in the Lambert Auditorium to share their heritage with everyone who attended on February 21, 2020.   The house was packed: the whole auditorium was full for the show. Not only did the auditorium host the fashion show, but they also welco...

Two Monarch Butterfly Activists Killed and Why It Matters

Aaron Hsu, News Section Editor

February 13, 2020

Just this past month, two monarch conservation activists in Mexico were found dead. The deaths have drawn attention to the tangle of disputes and violence surrounding the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, which encompasses most of the overwintering sites of monarch butterflies.    The...

St. Paul Woman finds Missing Dog after 3 Years, All Thanks to a Beer Can

Monica reunited with Hazel after years of searching

Avery Haney, News Staff

February 12, 2020

Monica Mathis, owner of lost pooch “Hazel” reported she had lost track of her dog 3 years ago while residing in Iowa. After years of dedicated search, her efforts were finally rewarded.  Currently living in Minnesota, Monica marveled at the incredible coincidence that led Hazel to be returning hom...