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National anthem protests continue in the NFL

National anthem protests continue in the NFL

December 1, 2017

Following the lead of Colin Kaepernick, a growing number of professional football players have chosen to protest the national anthem.

The race to replace Reed

The race to replace Reed

November 30, 2017

Over a year of contentious campaigning is drawing to close as candidates have put up signs, met with voters and debated each other to win the votes of Atlanta’s citizens.

Annual Soapbox Derby returns to Madison Avenue

Annual Soapbox Derby returns to Madison Avenue

November 6, 2017

The annual Madison Avenue Soapbox Derby has returned to Oakhurst attracting almost 3,000 guests from the Atlanta area.

Drama department hosts first neo futurist show

November 2, 2017

After years of Shakespeare, Ludwig and Barlow, the drama department is introducing the first neo-futurist play in Decatur High history. Under the direction of Lynn Hosking, they will recreate Greg Allen’s “Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind,” a piece created in the ‘80s during the neo-futurist movement.

Sign of the Times

Sign of the Times

November 2, 2017

Many transgender and genderqueer students don't feel safe using sex-segregated restrooms, so the Gender-Sexuality Alliance proposed an all-gender restroom that would make students' lives easier.

Traveling for transformation

Traveling for transformation

November 1, 2017

Local students Clara McKay, Savannah Henry and Fiona Moore-Keish each traveled to a different country and volunteered there, building relationships and making change in local communities.

The Journey of Hope

The Journey of Hope

October 30, 2017

The Journey of Hope is a cross country journey that takes place on the west coast and travels to the east coast spreading awareness for people with disabilities.

Sign language speaking orangutan dies at Zoo Atlanta

Sign language speaking orangutan dies at Zoo Atlanta

October 25, 2017

Chantek the orangutan passed away on Aug. 7 at Zoo Atlanta after battling heart disease for months. Because of his human upbringing in the suburban south and his ability to speak fluent sign language, Chantek has become known across the world.

CSD’s transgender policy sparks debate

CSD’s transgender policy sparks debate

October 24, 2017

A City Schools of Decatur (CSD) Board of Education meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 10, discussing CSD’s transgender bathroom policy, sparked debate over transparency and child safety, ending with the decision for more discussion.

Softball crushes first playoff round; falls to Walnut Grove in second

Softball crushes first playoff round; falls to Walnut Grove in second

October 23, 2017

With 6-4 and 6-5 wins over Southwest Dekalb on Wednesday, Oct. 11, Decatur’s softball team advanced past the first round of the state playoffs. This two-game series sweep launched the Bulldogs into a Sweet 16 home matchup against Walnut Grove at Oakhurst Park on Wednesday, Oct. 18.

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