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5 Reasons that Stardew Valley Is My Favorite Game Right Now

Toby Russell, Editor February 3, 2023

There are many different types of video games. Open-world games, first-person shooters, single-player story games, platformers-- the list goes on. I’ve played many of these, but there’s one category...

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Georgia Remains Undefeated: College Football National Championship

Lila Sole, Reporter January 23, 2023

On Monday, January 9, the biggest game in College Football kicked off at 7:30 at a SoFi stadium in California. With a full stadium of 72,628 University of Georgia and Texas Christian University started...

Laila Paris poses in her outfit for the Chamblee 2022 Homecoming Dance.

Remembering Chamblee Student Laila Harris

Hannah Choy, Reporter January 22, 2023

In the late fall of 2022, Chamblee student Laila Harris (‘25) passed away unexpectedly. Teachers and students remember her presence in and out of the classroom, reminiscing on moments they shared with...

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Why I Quit ______

Lyvia Huang, Reporter December 31, 2022

Starting from when I was about 3, my parents enrolled me in various extracurricular classes so that I could find something I was passionate about and interested in – and maybe to discover if I were...

Why Tiny Wings Is My Favorite Mobile Game Right Now

Why Tiny Wings Is My Favorite Mobile Game Right Now

Coco Bradford, Editor December 27, 2022

Mobile game development is a fascinating form of media, and it has evolved so much over time. The vast variety of art and game style amazes me, and it just keeps getting more and more vast. Among the...

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The Story of IGOR and its Emotions

Matéo Hunter, Reporter December 23, 2022

As I have grown to understand my emotions, I’ve realized the different ways people express feelings. Frequently I rely on music and other forms of art as distractions to my own expressions, though...

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Chamblee Students Shake Up Shaky Knees

Sarah Marcus, Reporter December 16, 2022

In lieu of the 2023 Music Midtown getting canceled, the 3-day Shaky Knees 2023 music festival dropped its lineup and the memo that their festival will still be taking place this year. Since this festival...

What you’ll probably feel like during finals week, no matter what your star sign is.

Your 2022 Finals Week Horoscope

Emmy Williams, Editor December 13, 2022

Aries: The stars and I are sad to warn you that your finals week will be full of little frustrations, like your teachers taking slightly too long to respond to emails, your laptop fan being ridiculously...

Fans watch the Brazil/Cameroon match on Friday, December 2nd.

World Cup Update: Who to Watch in the Quarter Finals

Lila Sole and Shae Cotter December 8, 2022

The action of the quarterfinals will start with Croatia and Brazil. Both teams have proved throughout the tournament so far that they deserve to be here, but the real question is, who will show the most...

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Blue & Gold Alumni- Where Are They Now?

Hannah Choy, Reporter December 8, 2022

The Blue & Gold, Chamblee High School’s student run newspaper, is a long-time fixture of Chamblee and has seen many talented individuals on the staff through the years. Now, many of The Blue &...

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Chamblee’s Lady Bulldogs Basketball Team Start the Weeks off Fashionably

Sarah Marcus, Reporter December 5, 2022

As this year’s basketball season kicks off, the Chamblee girls' basketball team is testing out a strategy called Dress for Success Days. “Every Monday for the basketball team, we all dress up as...

Chamblee Students Throw Down at the Columbus Art Throwdown

Chamblee Students Throw Down at the Columbus Art Throwdown

Rasesh Joshi, Reporter December 5, 2022

On November 4th, Chamblee High School’s brightest art students went to Columbus State University to take on some of Georgia’s best art students in the Columbus Art Throwdown. The invitational had workshops...

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