The Blue & Gold

What Not to Say to a Lefty

Sophie Maxwell

December 10, 2018

Filed under Viewpoints

For some reason, when people notice that someone is left-handed, they feel the need to point it out. Why they do this, I cannot explain. It’s not like the person doesn’t already realize what hand they write with. But since...

Braaten to Transfer Before End of Semester

Alice Bai, Ethan Rotnem, and Marley Brock

November 28, 2018

Filed under Featured Posts, News

At a staff meeting in the afternoon of November 28, 2018, Chamblee Charter High School principal Rebecca Braaten announced that she intends to transfer from Chamblee effective December 17, 2018. Her last day at Chamblee will b...


Marley Brock

October 2, 2018

Filed under Opinion

This past Thursday, I admit, my attention to my teachers was a bit lacking after 10 a.m. I sat in my classes with my computer in front of me and two windows open: one containing whatever the assignment was for that period and one the...

In Defense of Ed Sheeran

In Defense of Ed Sheeran

February 27, 2018

Why Brochure Projects Are So Juvenile

Marley Brock

August 27, 2017

Filed under Opinion

It’s a staple of the modern social studies teacher: the ubiquitous “travel brochure project.” Whether the topic at hand is geography, civics and government, or history, today’s teachers can always find a way to assign...

A Whole New World… Lit Teacher

Marley Brock

February 20, 2017

Filed under Features, Pieces

The 2016-17 school year has been a wild ride for sophomore world literature students. After former teacher Jennie Green’s abrupt mid-semester retirement, a varying lineup of substitutes, and a semester full of Greek mytholo...