'Not one more.'

‘Not one more.’

March 16, 2018

In response to the Parkland shooting, Decatur students participated in a national movement for safety in schools.

'Enough is enough.'

‘Enough is enough.’

March 16, 2018

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“Lady Bird” gracefully navigates the struggles of senior year

December 12, 2017

“Lady Bird” hit theaters Nov. 3, but has kept viewers coming back for more since. The coming-of-age film tells the bittersweet story of a seventeen-year-old girl trying to make it through her senior year at a Catholic high school.

“Death Note” American remake disappoints

September 28, 2017

If you’re looking for a bizarre new horror movie with the gore of “Saw,” the visual appeal of “Donnie Darko” and the ominous devil figure of “The Babadook,” Netflix’s “Death Note” is for you.

Frank Ocean came out in 2012, but in an interview with The Huffington Post, he said his sexuality is more dynamic than a label could explain.

‘Chanel’ redefines masculinity, discusses bisexuality

March 31, 2017

On March 10, Frank Ocean dropped his new single, ‘Chanel,’ which breaks gender barriers and throws heteronormativity to the wind.

Festivalgoers dance around Centennial Olympic Park at Shaky Knees 2016. The festival has been held at Centennial since its origination in 2013.

Shaky Knees shakes up their lineup

February 6, 2017

The Shaky Knees music festival just released their lineup for the 2017 festival in May, and the indie kids’ knees are trembling at the sight of the festival's best lineup yet.

In middle school, junior David Ordway and his classmates honored World AIDS Day by
making quilts for those living with HIV. He believes Decatur could do something similar
to provide students with exposure to the topic of HIV and AIDS.

Prevention education can protect teen health

December 15, 2016

HIV and AIDS rates in Atlanta are strikingly high. The South has nearly four times the HIV diagnoses than the Midwest. Georgia is second in the country for new HIV infections. Around 25,000 Georgians are living with HIV or AIDs, and the number continues to grow. Each year, thousands more will join them.

Students will visit the architecture of Antoni Gaudi, as featured, in Barcelona, Spain. Most students, like Whatley, learned about Gaudi's art in spanish class at Renfroe Middle School.

Immersed in culture

December 13, 2016

In the summer of 2017, Spanish students will be leaving the classroom and hitting the streets of Barcelona, Granada and Salamanca to learn the culture and language of Spain.

Atlanta music venue goes out with a bang

Atlanta music venue goes out with a bang

October 18, 2016

Since its establishment on North Avenue in 1990, the Masquerade has provided not only a stage for local bands, like Decatur junior Nate Peters, and musical artists of all genres, but has had a powerful impact on the Atlanta music scene and concert-goers in Atlanta according to Decatur literature teacher Christopher Simony, who has frequented the Masquerade since its establishment.

Coloring books come in all different shapes and sizes, with new editions like table sized coloring sheets and small coloring postcards. They also have different pattern themes; Barrineau has Harry potter, Vogue, koi fish, random patterns and tiny flower coloring books.

Color Me Calm

August 26, 2016

Hours of intense focus on a two-page spread; markers in hand, adding vibrancy to the intricate, detailed characters. Organization, creativity and simplicity all bound into one book, and hundreds of teens adults readily indulging in the new and improved art of coloring.

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Ellie Butterfield