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Decatur Restaurants Adapt to New Business Procedures

Decatur Restaurants Adapt to New Business Procedures

May 17, 2020

On May 1st Governor Brain Kemp lifted Georgia’s stay at home order. With that he urged businesses to reopen once again. During the stay at home order many Decatur restaurants announced that they would no longer be allowing customers into restaurants, and now some restaurants are offering takeout options.  However due to the stay at home order being lifted, this could cause some changes in how restaurants are operating.

Decatur Education Foundation hosts online Tour deCatur

Decatur Education Foundation hosts online Tour deCatur

April 28, 2020

Gail Rothman, the Executive Director of the Decatur Education Foundation (DEF), announced on Mar. 12 the cancellation of the outdoor Tour deCatur, which was scheduled to happen on Mar. 14. Instead, the DEF is sponsoring a virtual version of the annual Tour deCatur, which will take place all during the month of April due to COVID-19 complications. 

Decatur kicks-off Strategic Planning Process

Decatur kicks-off Strategic Planning Process

January 29, 2020

The Marriott Courtyard’s Conference Center was full Jan 23, 2020, as the City of Decatur with t...

UPDATE: DHS presents “The Laramie Project” to spark discussion and preach tolerance

UPDATE: DHS presents “The Laramie Project” to spark discussion and preach tolerance

January 29, 2020

Decatur High School’s Advanced Acting Ensemble is putting on a production of “The Laramie Project” this week. The play revolves around a series of interviews by the Tectonic Theater Project with Laramie, Wyoming residents reckoning with the 1998 murder of University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard, who was killed for being gay. 

Answers to Jan. 2020 Carpe Diem crossword puzzle

Answers to Jan. 2020 Carpe Diem crossword puzzle

January 15, 2020

Read for the answers to the crossword puzzle for the January 2020 issue of Carpe Diem!

Students dress up to fight against human trafficking through Dressember

Students dress up to fight against human trafficking through Dressember

December 20, 2019

Last year, junior Sophia Norton participated in the worldwide challenge “Dressember” alone, wearing a dress every day in December as a way to raise awareness and money to fight human trafficking. This year, she has formed a team, Decatur’s Dressy Dogs, with fellow juniors, Hally Laney, Mary Katherine Moore, Fiona Mcelroy, Elena Pawloski and Saja Mohammed, raising $1,938.35 as of Dec. 20. 

Answers to Oct. '19 Carpe Diem crossword puzzle

Answers to Oct. ’19 Carpe Diem crossword puzzle

October 31, 2019

Hello! You're probably here for the answers to the crossword puzzle from the October 2019 issue of Carpe...

Maisy Winn (right) played Rhonda in the scene

“Almost, Maine” thrives from Decatur Performs partnership

October 30, 2019

With the drama department now part of Decatur Performs, Decatur High School’s fall play “Almost, Maine” has benefitted from newfound collaboration and recognition.

Decatur High School addresses vaping addictions in student assembly

Decatur High School addresses vaping addictions in student assembly

September 30, 2019

A brand new assembly about vaping has been shown to all students at DHS. The assembly brings awareness to the dangers of addiction and suggests alternative options.

'So Much Fun' album cover

‘So Much Fun’ is a nonstop party

September 6, 2019

Atlanta rapper Young Thug brings all his fellow artists to the party with his newly released project...

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