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Everyone’s Thankful But The Turkey- 2022 edition

Emmy Williams, Editor November 24, 2022

As the mornings have been getting colder and colder, the holiday season has been getting closer and closer, and now, finally, it has begun with Thanksgiving. So, in celebration of "Turkey Day," here is...

How to Buy, or Make, the Perfect Gift for Someone 

How to Buy, or Make, the Perfect Gift for Someone 

Kaylee Powell, Staff Writer January 18, 2022

Throughout my many years of gift-giving, I believe that I have figured out a great formula for getting someone  the best gift (no matter the occasion.) No matter how crafty or straightforward the person...

Why the Holidays can be Hard

Why the Holidays can be Hard

Shea Parker, Reporter December 17, 2021

Thanksgiving is publicized as eating a lot of food and hanging out with family, but these are soft spots for many people. Thanksgiving is America's excuse to eat A LOT of food, and honestly I hate it....

The Ultimate Christmas Song Ranking Compilation

The Ultimate Christmas Song Ranking Compilation

Toby Russell, Editor December 12, 2021

As temperatures begin to drop to levels described by staff writer Adam Pohl as “nippy,” we are entering the time where public and private places across the world begin to ring out all-too-familiar...

Everyones Thankful but the Turkey

Everyone’s Thankful but the Turkey

Emmy Williams, Editor November 25, 2021

After spending the last year in a COVID-19 induced lockdown, students, teachers, and staff at Chamblee are able to now enjoy an in-person school year and holiday season. It can be said that the Chamblee...

German exchange student Moritz Heyder-Rentsch (left) at an Atlanta Braves game with his host family

A New Perspective: Chamblee’s Foreign Exchange Students

Adam Pohl, Staff Writer November 24, 2021

It’s late November, and nearly four months of school are behind us. As we head towards the end of the first semester, there may be no one better to reflect on the events of this fall than Chamblee’s...

Year of the Ox: How Chamblee Students Celebrated Lunar New Year

Year of the Ox: How Chamblee Students Celebrated Lunar New Year

Henry Diep and Allison Lvovich March 22, 2021

Lunar New Year is undoubtedly one of the most important Asian holidays—particularly in East Asia—celebrated by people all across the globe. Marking the beginning of the lunar calendar based on moon...

Rudraksha Bhukhanwala (22) poses with his grandmother in front of their Christmas tree.

Halfway Across the World for the Holidays

Kaylee Powell, Staff Writer January 31, 2021

After tirelessly working from home for five months, students thoroughly enjoyed the coveted winter break. Usually, this would have included ditching the house for a few weeks and hanging out with family,...

A Hanukkah Like No Other

A Hanukkah Like No Other

Sydney Leahy, Editor January 7, 2021

Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights: A holiday for spending time with family and friends for some, and a time for gift-giving and dreidel-spinning for others. A holiday that commemorates the victory of the...

How to Get the Family Together for the 2020 Holidays

How to Get the Family Together for the 2020 Holidays

Keegan Brooks, Editor December 9, 2020

Have you ever been in a class where no one answers when the teacher asks a question, or where the teacher just talks to themselves?  That is something you don’t want to happen on your holiday Zoom...

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