Author: Christina Jordan

First-time Competitor Places Fourth in Atlanta Art Competition

Junior Lina Chitadze had never submitted to an art competition before her art teacher, Lisa Guyton, told her about the Atlanta High School Art Exhibition. “She basically made me sign up for it, because I didn’t really know about it,” said Chitadze. “She thought I should do it.” The exhibition is a high school art […]

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Empty Desks as Chamblee Students Stay Home for “Day Without Immigrants”

On February 16 thousands of immigrants, first generation and native born, citizen, resident, and undocumented, stayed home to show what a “Day Without Immigrants” would look like. The grassroots movement occurred in response to rising xenophobia and the president’s new immigration measures, including the travel ban and an increased amount of U.S. Immigrations and Custom […]

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Chamblee Students March on Washington — and Atlanta

On January 21, millions of people marched in Washington D.C. and in sister marches across the world to show that “women’s rights are human rights”, as well to support other marginalized groups and to protest the election of President Donald Trump. Chamblee students participated in both the D.C. and Atlanta marches. Sophomore Stella Demer attended […]

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