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Eminem throws slim shade at POTUS

Eminem throws slim shade at POTUS

October 16, 2017

After a long break from producing music, rapper Eminem released a short video shading President Trump to his core.

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Solar Eclipse shines across America

Solar Eclipse shines across America

October 5, 2017

For the first time in nearly a century, the “Great American Eclipse” made its way across the United States. It spanned from coast to coast, covering the northernmost part of Oregon to South Carolina.

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SONG Atlanta promotes diverse activism

SONG Atlanta promotes diverse activism

September 28, 2017

Southerners on New Ground, also known as SONG, is a southern organization of a different kind.

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Proponent for the arts runs for City Commission

Proponent for the arts runs for City Commission

September 26, 2017

Betty Blondeau, advocate for the arts and supporter of sustainable development, entered the race for Decatur City Commission.

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Hurricane affects Decatur residents

Hurricane affects Decatur residents

September 26, 2017

Hurricane Harvey, which has devastated Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi, has produced 51.88 inches of rain, displaced 42,399 people and cost $125 billion in damage (ABC News). This category 4 hurricane first hit Aransas County, located on the Gulf of Mexico, on August 25, 2017.

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Students spend summer volunteering at Children’s Heathcare of Atlanta

Students spend summer volunteering at Children’s Heathcare of Atlanta

September 24, 2017

While most students spent their summer vacationing, some were volunteering at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta and learning valuable lessons.

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Students travel to French Canada

Students travel to French Canada

September 23, 2017

Twenty French students traveled to Quebec over fall break. This is the first trip the French department has organized.

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Math program divides into club and team

Math program divides into club and team

September 10, 2017

Decatur’s first-ever math club went to four competitions in the 2016-17 school year, but struggled with commitment, according to senior Chiara Darnton. “Some people who went said, ‘This is very cool, I love this,’ and some people said, ‘This is really stressful I’m not going to do that,’’’ Darnton said. “But that’s the point of separating math club from math team because a lot of people know that competitions aren’t for them.”

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Trump releases plan for military operation in Afghanistan

Trump releases plan for military operation in Afghanistan

August 29, 2017

On Monday, Aug. 21, President Donald Trump announced his foreign policy plan for Afghanistan.

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‘Know Your Legal Rights’

‘Know Your Legal Rights’

August 27, 2017

All around the country, police brutality is a major issue. The Beacon Hill chapter of the NAACP hosted a workshop and panel discussion to help teens be knowledgeable of their rights in their encounters with police.

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