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Battle for history

December 15, 2016

A courtroom hangs in suspense. The defendant awaits the verdict, knowing it will command the past. As the judge makes his decision, a feeling of relief spreads over the defendant. She has won and her victory does nothing less than decide the fate of history.

Teaching Experience: Mark Jones

Teaching Experience: Mark Jones

December 15, 2016

Former graphic design teacher Mark Jones discusses his lengthy career, thoughts on the teaching profession and more.

On the fence

On the fence

December 15, 2016

Hear the voices of three culturally diverse students as they call for cultural visibility.

Life through a lens

Life through a lens

December 13, 2016

"99% of my photos are photoshopped. The best edits are the ones where you can’t tell it’s edited. A lot of my photography is clean and sleek. Anytime there’s acne or anything I’ll clean it up. Because when I think of someone, I don’t think of their imperfections, and I think the photograph should capture who they are as a person, not their blemishes."

22 miles, 45 neighborhoods, 15 pounds

22 miles, 45 neighborhoods, 15 pounds

December 9, 2016

The vision for the beltline was based around three different types of industries according to Gravel. Community activists, developers, and environmental groups all had to collaborate to for the beltline to become a reality.

Playing ball with the boys

Playing ball with the boys

October 18, 2016

The referee blows the whistle as the kicker kicks the ball off. The air blows her hair wildly around her as she sprints down the field. When she collides with the ball carrier, nine-year-old Gianna Richardson has just accomplished something that most girls never get the opportunity to do.

Musical master

Musical master

October 11, 2016

His fingers fly across the piano, strum the ukulele and punch the keyboard of his computer. He’s been singing since he was born, composing since he was three and taking piano since he was seven. He has released SoundCloud singles, mini-movies and now, musical compositions for the fall play, “Much Ado About Nothing.”

Atlanta poet receives national attention

Atlanta poet receives national attention

October 10, 2016

The slam poem "White Boy Privilege" vaulted student Royce Mann's perspective into the ongoing national discussion around race relations.

Eye on the ball

Eye on the ball

May 12, 2016

“I don’t know how he finds the time,” Sophomore James Moore said. “Clearly, he’s got great time management. It’s hard for the balance school and soccer alone.”

From China to Chaim

From China to Chaim

May 11, 2016

The stifled room in the temple suddenly becomes quiet, and a deep yet puncturing voice bellows, “Baruch atah, Adonai Eloheinu,” calling the temple to prayer. A young girl in a simple blue dress and draped with a traditional shawl, or tallit, comes up to the bimah, the podium where she will read from the Torah and tell of her journey.

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