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Tokyo 2021 Olympics

NATALIE OGDEN, News Staff May 20, 2021

Japan is currently battling the fourth wave of Coronavirus infections in Tokyo and other major cities throughout the country, which is causing major scrutiny concerning the opening of the 2021 Summer Olympics....

Take a Dip of Faith

Take a Dip of Faith

Avery Haney, News Editor May 20, 2021

Amid the rather recent sauce shortage amongst various Chick-fil-A’s across the United States, it has become apparent that now more than ever, choosing the best dipping sauce is of utmost importance....

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Google Announces Massive Expansion in Atlanta, Georgia

Avery Haney, News Editor April 2, 2021

As of March 22, 2021, Google released massive expansion plans for Atlanta, Georgia that are projected to drastically increase the state’s exponential growth.   Expecting to permanently open in 2022,...

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7 Animals That May Go Extinct in 2021

NATALIE OGDEN, News Staff April 1, 2021

The European Hamster  The European Hamster is a wild species of hamster that was prominent throughout Europe and Siberia. However, as of 2020 and 2021, there has been a rapid decline in the birth rate...

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2021 Lunar Eclipses Viewable from Home

Livi Wold, Features Staff March 31, 2021

This year, there will be two Lunar Eclipses that will be viewable from the U.S. “The outer or penumbral shadow is a zone where the Earth blocks part but not all of the Sun's rays from reaching the...

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Georgia’s Vaccination Rollout

NATHAN KIM, Opinions Editor March 26, 2021

Millions of Georgians are currently registered for the COVID-19 vaccine and new vaccination sites have been opened by Georgia’s Health Department. The last 5 sites opened in Chatham County (Gulfstream...

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Silent Or Silenced?


The Royal Family is known for their conflicts that seem to constantly circulate the tabloids. Prince Harry’s marriage to Megan Markle in 2018 has only added to their negative attention in the press....

Tess Kim enjoying the snow at Central Park, New York. Photo taken by Tess Kim. Taken on February 16th. All rights reserved.

Snow: A Double-Edged Sword

NATHAN KIM, Opinions Editor March 16, 2021

If you like building snowmen or digging out your car from the thick snow, New York City might be the place for you. This season, New York City received an unprecedented amount of snow with 33.8 inches...

Various aerial shots of the Krispy Kreme mid aflame during the night of February 10, 2021. Photo by Twitter/@GAFollowers. Some rights reserved to Twitter/@GAFollowers.

Atlanta Krispy Kreme Suddenly in Flames

Avery Haney, News Editor March 15, 2021

On what just started out as an unexpected fire in the early hours of February 10 at the Krispy Kreme Doughnut Factory on Ponce de Leon Avenue in Midtown Atlanta, officials now report it as a suspected...

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Dr. Seuss Controversy

Jimena Ruano, Editor-in-Chief March 11, 2021

Cancel culture strikes once again, but this time it is aimed at the famous author, Dr. Seuss for some racially insensitive images depicted in his books.   Children all over America have grown up reading...

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Georgia Gwinnett College Sergeant Saves Woman at Local YMCA

Avery Haney, News Editor February 28, 2021

On February 10, 2021, Ashley Still,  a Georgia Gwinnett College police officer, saved a woman suffering from cardiac arrest while exercising at the Winder-Barrow Brad Akins YMCA in Winder, Georgia.  Found...

Hundreds of Green Sea Turtles warming up in the South Padre Island Convention Center 
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Rescuing Texas Sea Turtles

NATALIE OGDEN, News Editor February 26, 2021

Last week an unprecedented cold front swept across the southern United States dropping temperatures into the teens. This resulted in sprawling power outages across the state of Texas, leaving thousands...

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