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Atlanta is the Place for Me

Coco Bradford, Editor May 9, 2022

In elementary school, I always dreamed of living in some fancy, faraway city of glamor. I thought I would move to New York City or Paris or London. I wanted to be smack in the middle of millions of people,...

The team celebrates after the Bob Blastow Invitational on August 28

Born to Run: Chamblee Cross Country Season Nears End

Adam Pohl, Staff Writer October 25, 2021

It has been more than two months since Chamblee Cross Country’s first meet of 2021, and the season is coming to a close. With all but the region meet and state championship passed, the experienced team...

Chamblee Alum Clayton Hutsler posing with his Donated Comic Book Collection

‘Zap! Boom! Pow!’: Chamblee’s New Comic Book Collection

Adam Pohl, Staff Writer August 6, 2021

“I think every community could use some comic books,” said Clayton Hutsler, a Chamblee alumnus who recently donated an extensive collection of comics to Chamblee Charter High School’s media center. The...

The Formula for a Perfect Career: Mr. Hite Retires from Chamblee Middle School

The Formula for a Perfect Career: Mr. Hite Retires from Chamblee Middle School

Sirianna Blanck, Editor-in-chief July 29, 2021

Chamblee Middle School will be saying goodbye to Kent Hite, who has taught magnet math at the school since 1998. Along with guiding seventh graders through the trials of geometry and algebra, he’s created...

Georgia students protesting in front of the Board of Regents office

Sonny Perdue is Not the Right Choice to Lead the USG

Keegan Brooks, Editor June 8, 2021

The University System of Georgia is made up of the 26 public colleges in the state of Georgia, the largest ones being Georgia State University, Kennesaw State University, the Georgia Institute of Technology,...

Six Reasons Asynchronous Wednesdays Should Stay

Six Reasons Asynchronous Wednesdays Should Stay

Keegan Brooks, Editor June 8, 2021

Asynchronous Wednesdays may be one of the few positive changes to school resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. Online classes are often labeled synchronous or asynchronous, the former requiring the...

Adam Recognized as Georgia High School State Swimmer of the Year

Adam Recognized as Georgia High School State Swimmer of the Year

Ashika Srivastava, Editor June 4, 2021

Two years ago she was ready to give it all up. Last year a pandemic broke up her routine and brought uncertainty to her senior season. This year, she received the top honor our state bestows. Mary Adam...

Halfway Dead by Lucy Osborne

They Created, They Submitted, They Conquered: Chamblee Students Win Big in This Year’s Art Competitions

Sydney Leahy, Editor June 2, 2021

In a school full of intense work ethic and high achievers, it’s no surprise that Chamblee’s art students flourished in this year’s selection of art competitions. With a multitude of winners in events...

Pegs and Jokers

Pegs and Jokers: My Favorite Underrated Board Game

Allison Lvovich, Staff Writer June 2, 2021

Just like everyone else, over this pandemic, I’ve picked up new hobbies and ways to pass time; one of those being board games. Specifically, Pegs and Jokers. It’s sort of a rendition of the game Sorry,...

The Kitchen is Closed: Dickey retiring, but not stopping

The Kitchen is Closed: Dickey retiring, but not stopping

Allison Lvovich, Staff Writer May 28, 2021

After nearly three decades of filling school hallways with the smells of fresh cooked food, student bellies with nutritious snacks, and campuses across DeKalb with the sound of her laughter, Carrie Dickey,...

Claudman named Educational Support Professional of the Year

Claudman named Educational Support Professional of the Year

Keegan Brooks, Editor May 27, 2021

In addition to a teacher being named Chamblee’s Teacher of the Year, each year a non-teacher staff member is named as the school’s Educational Support Professional of the Year. These honors are voted...

Purple Reign: Humphrey honored as Teacher of the Year

Purple Reign: Humphrey honored as Teacher of the Year

Keegan Brooks, Editor May 27, 2021

Every year at Chamblee, a teacher is honored with the distinction of Teacher of the Year. It is rare — maybe even unheard of — for a teacher to hold that honor two years in a row. Then again, 2020...

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