The Blue & Gold

Defense will rise up this season for Falcons

Will Hamilton, Staff writer

September 7, 2017

Filed under Viewpoints

Heartbreak is one of the many words any Falcons fan would use to describe the way they felt after the Falcons had the worst collapse in Superbowl history. Atlanta football fans will be taunted with the numbers ‘28-3’ for year...

Catch This Spy!

Foster Cowan, Staff writer

August 27, 2017

Filed under Viewpoints

Nonfiction is not a typical favorite for most high-schoolers. The genre brings to mind dreadful textbooks, tiresome autobiographies, and stingy historical texts, all filled with complicated Old English vocabulary and unentert...

Overshadowed Underland

Oliver Hurst, Staff writer

August 27, 2017

Filed under Viewpoints

When most people think of author Suzanne Collins, they think of her critically acclaimed series, “The Hunger Games,” but I do not. I think of her lesser known, albeit better series, “The Underland Chronicles.” Whereas Collins...

What, Exactly, Did Taylor Swift Do?

Alice Bai, Editor-in-chief

August 27, 2017

Filed under Reviews, Variety

After three years of radio silence, Taylor Swift is back -- and she’s back with a vengeance. Her departure from her usual album-every-two-years cycle, combined with the ominous clearing of all her social media accounts, s...

The Truth About Dual Enrollment

Jordan Jones, Editor

August 27, 2017

Filed under Viewpoints

The Dual Enrollment Program, formerly known as Move on When Ready, is known around Chamblee as “the easy way out.” But, I am here to dispel this myth and tell you about the truths of dual enrollment through personal experience. Br...

The Day of the Great American Solar Eclipse, A Timeline

Ellie Furr, Staff writer

August 23, 2017

Filed under Around Town, Variety

August 21, 2017- Lake Hartwell, GA 1:00 P.M. Even though I know that the eclipse won’t start for another eight minutes, I anxiously look up at the sun with my eclipse glasses. I have to hold them on my face because they won...

Look Both Ways

Look Both Ways

November 11, 2016