The Blue & Gold

Model UN is not a Power Struggle — Unless You Make it One

Iris Tsouris

November 7, 2018

Filed under Opinion

During the end of my freshman year, I was convinced by a friend to join Chamblee’s Model United Nations team. As someone who was a former member of Academic Bowl in middle school and had roots in being a history nerd, I jump...

Atlanta Students Gain New Perspective through TILE Speeches

Iris Tsouris

October 9, 2018

Filed under Features, Pieces

TILE, an international conversation series where influential speakers engage directly with their audience, is making its debut in Atlanta. Led by students and targeted towards students, TILE stands for Talks on Innovation, Leader...

An Afternoon with Chamblee’s Newly Formed K-Social Club

Iris Tsouris

September 17, 2018

Filed under Features

At 3:30 after school, students piled excitedly into Room 1111, where the first interest meeting for Chamblee’s K-Social Club was held Wednesday for fans of Korean pop music, or Kpop, and Korean culture enthusiasts alike. O...

New Science Teacher Excited to Share Passion for Biology

Iris Tsouris

September 7, 2018

Filed under Features, Pieces

Jennifer Gaffney, a biology and physics teacher and an overall lover of science, is looking forward to her first year teaching at Chamblee Charter High School. “I took this job because I live in the community,” said Gaffney. “I’ve heard about how fabulous ...

Modern Art is Valid, Real Art

Iris Tsouris

September 6, 2018

Filed under Viewpoints

Last week, I was taking my daily scroll through my Twitter timeline when I came across a very anti-modern art thread. Intrigued, I clicked on the tweet to start reading the replies and was surprised to find myself in the middle of...