The Blue & Gold

The official newspaper of Chamblee High School, preserving the past for the future today!

The official newspaper of Chamblee High School, preserving the past for the future today!

The Blue & Gold

The official newspaper of Chamblee High School, preserving the past for the future today!

The Blue & Gold

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The Best A24 Horror Flick Since Midsommar: “X”

Lucy Samuels, Staff Writer May 17, 2022

Grindhouse horror films have some of the most, gruesome, gritty, and oddest, most uncomfortable movies out there. Since the genre-defying “Texas Chainsaw Massacre '' came out in 1974, the “Grindhouse”...

How to Survive High School written on lined paper with a beach scene

My Parting Advice for Every Year of High School

Sirianna Blanck, Editor-in-chief May 15, 2022

Welcome to high school! It’s both every cliche you’ve heard and none of them at once, good luck! Just know it’s over in four years and in the span of your life, that’s pretty short. No worries...

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Pie vs. Cake: The Great Debate Analytically Settled

Adam Pohl, Staff Writer May 15, 2022

Throughout humanity’s multi-millenia history of war and strife, there is one conflict that stands above the rest. From the multinational conflict of the first World War to the Hundred Years War of the...

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A Guide to Ordering A Blizzard at Dairy Queen

Coco Bradford, Editor May 13, 2022

Dairy Queen Blizzard. As soon as I hear the phrase, my mouth waters. I am always craving a Blizzard, and I am hardly ever sure of what flavor to get. Dairy Queen is a master of variety, which can appeal...

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Why the The 1970s was the Best Decade for American Men’s Fashion

Sydney Leahy, Editor May 12, 2022

For months I have been pondering what I believe to be the best decade for men’s fashion, and I can now confidently proclaim that it was the 1970s. After rewatching the film "Fantastic Mr. Fox" the other...

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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,...

My Lack of College Excitement

My Lack of College Excitement

Kaylee Powell, Staff Writer May 9, 2022

I know for many seniors this is the time of year where we all get excited about high school finally being over. We celebrate the 14 long years of school finally ending and moving on to the next chapter...

A Bollywood Beginners Guide to the Classics

A Bollywood Beginner’s Guide to the Classics

Ashika Srivastava, Editor May 4, 2022

Thousands of people around the world tune in every day to watch their favorite American actors and actresses fight crime, get caught up in crazy scandals, and fall in love through the great big world of...

Eve and Villanelle stare into each others eyes

Killing off Killing Eve: Killing Eve’s Final Season

Lucy Samuels, Staff Writer April 29, 2022

Based on the “Killing Eve” novels by Luke Jennings, the BBC breakthrough show “Killing Eve” is coming to a timely end in its fourth and final season. The final season, and its three predecessors,...

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Trying (and Failing) to Secure a Summer Job

Emmy Williams, Staff Writer April 26, 2022

It was December of 2021, and as I was looking into my future, I foresaw the perfect summer. I saw vacations, a summer journalism program, visits with family, and most likely an unnecessary amount of shopping....

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How the Work of Madeleine Albright Works into Today’s Russia

Toby Russell, Editor April 25, 2022

In the 90s, my father bumped into then-Secretary of State Madeleine Albright at a retail store in Washington, DC. Unfortunately, he never worked up the courage to say hey and scurried away from her and...

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Acne is Not Ugly

Mallory Reid, Reporter April 25, 2022

All my life I was told that acne was something that was not normal and not beautiful. Whether it was from face wash commercials promising to “clear your acne in less than a week” or makeup products...

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