The Blue & Gold

Students’ Rights: Getting Pulled Over

Oliver Hurst, Staff writer

November 5, 2018

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This article is the first in a series on students' rights. Being able to get your license and drive is a significant milestone in high school. But with the ability to drive comes the possibility of getting pulled over, an e...

The History of Homecoming

The History of Homecoming

October 30, 2018

CCHS Students Weigh in on Kavanaugh Controversy

October 23, 2018

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by Catherine Cossaboom and Iris Tsouris The recent headlines concerning sexual harassment allegations against now US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh have not only sparked political controversy amongst the American public but...

Atlanta Students Gain New Perspective through TILE Speeches

Iris Tsouris, Staff writer

October 9, 2018

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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...

New Science Teacher Excited to Share Passion for Biology

Iris Tsouris, Staff writer

September 7, 2018

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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 ...