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Decatur student starts Investment Club

Decatur student starts Investment Club

September 20, 2020

On Sept. 16, junior Sam DeLisle started  an investment club, a club focused on learning about money...

Artist spearheads neighborhood

Artist spearheads neighborhood “good trouble” mural honoring John Lewis

September 15, 2020

A mural honoring John Lewis now covers the wall where Lockwood Terrace and Grove Street merge in Decatur. Margot Ecke, a Dekalb-area artist and Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) professor, spearheaded the mural and leveraged her design skills to lead the neighborhood of Decatur Heights in collaborating, producing and funding it. 

3ten Exclusive: SGA Members Announced

3ten Exclusive: SGA Members Announced

September 15, 2020

Voting for new members of SGA ended earlier today Sept 15, 2020, after advisement. The results of...

Decatur students form Safe Space Club as a way to connect

Decatur students form Safe Space Club as a way to connect

September 4, 2020

Six Decatur High School students have teamed up to lead Safe Space Club for the 2020-2021 school year. The club will focus on developing a non-judgemental environment through group discussions on a variety of topics.

Artists paint uplifting message to the Black community on electrical box

Artists paint uplifting message to the Black community on electrical box

September 2, 2020

After five days of painting through the intense blaze of the sun and unpredictable rain, Dekalb-area artists Lori Smith and Jordyn Walker made their final touches to a mural uplifting the Black community on an electrical box on Monday before it’s unveiling Tuesday at 7 p.m.  

Confederate monument removed from Decatur Square

Confederate monument removed from Decatur Square

June 26, 2020

On the night of June 18, hundreds of people gathered to watch the removal of the 30-foot obelisk, a Confederate monument, that has stood in the Decatur Square since 1908 when it was planted there by the United Daughters of the Confederacy to honor Confederate soldiers. Beacon Hill Black Alliance for Human Rights members were among those gathered, overjoyed over the result of their efforts, which included protests, rallies, discussions, applying pressure and uniting the community.

Emily (right) and twin sister Kate (left) ride in their neighborhoods parade for the graduated seniors.

Senior Emily Pollack Posts Video on Instagram About Last Year of High School

May 21, 2020

Senior Emily Pollack, and soon to be attending college at the University of Georgia (UGA), has grown up ...

Oakhurst community comes together to paint a mural

Oakhurst community comes together to paint a mural

May 17, 2020

Amidst the panic and uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, Oakhurst residents have come together to paint a mural representing their strength in unity. Seven large Oak trees are painted along the wall of a building on the corner of East Lake and Park Place. Green handprints from community members make up the leaves of the trees and the phrase “Together we are strong as an oak” surrounded by a rainbow covers the right side of the wall. 

A student presents to the CSD Board of Education on behalf of the Beacon Hill Black Alliance for Human Rights, 2018.

DHS community hurt, angered by videos of white students saying racial slurs

May 12, 2020

The Decatur High School administration held a virtual meeting with 200+ students to discuss the situation and listen to community input.

That Word is Power: A Black DHS Student's Response to White Classmates saying the N-word

That Word is Power: A Black DHS Student’s Response to White Classmates saying the N-word

April 30, 2020

Disclaimer: Strong language is used. When I was in the seventh grade, I was called a “nigger-bitch...

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