Albright with Putin in 2000

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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Richard Woods with a Chamblee student

The Sextet Competing for Superintendent

Keegan Brooks, Editor March 23, 2022

An attorney, a pediatric dentist, a teacher, a business owner, a retiree, and an incumbent walk onto a ballot. One of them will eventually become Georgia’s next state school superintendent. Earlier...

Masks are not mandated at Chamblee football games

Chamblee Masked Up

Toby Russell, Editor September 9, 2021

“I think that masks are really important for helping control the spread of COVID in a school that is packed like Chamblee is. I think that it's really important that we do everything we can to try and...

An American flag waves in the wind in Chamblee

Pledge Allegiance to the Flag, or Don’t

Emmy Williams, Editor September 8, 2021

“I pledge allegiance to the flag of the United States of America and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, and with liberty and justice for all.” These are the words of the...

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,...

Biden Should Break from Tradition for Ambassador Appointments

Biden Should Break from Tradition for Ambassador Appointments

Keegan Brooks, Editor April 1, 2021

The United States is one of the few countries in the world where more than a third of ambassadors to other countries are political campaign donors with no previous relevant job experience. In contrast,...

Give Us a License—to Vote

Give Us a License—to Vote

Keegan Brooks, Editor March 26, 2021

It was only fifty years ago that my grandparents supported the campaign for the voting age to be lowered from 21 to 18.  The 26th Amendment was ratified in 1971, after more than a decade of activism...

Politics for Dummies

Politics for Dummies

Ashika Srivastava, Editor December 8, 2020

I’ve never really taken an interest in the subject of social studies. It’s not because of the information taught, or how it is taught, or who is teaching it, but more because it just doesn’t resonate...

Donald Trump and Volodymyr Zelensky shake hands during a meeting in New York on September 25, 2019, on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly.

To Be Impeached, or Not to Be Impeached? That Is the Question

Sophie Maxwell, Staff writer December 9, 2019

Impeachment: a charge of misconduct against an officeholder. According to the U.S. Constitution, a president may be impeached for “high crimes and misdemeanors.” And this may possibly happen to current...

2020 Senate hopeful Teresa Tomlinson smiles for the camera.

Chamblee Alumna Teresa Tomlinson: A Politician Years in the Making

Oliver Hurst, Staff writer October 17, 2019

The following article is the second part of a two-part series about Chamblee alumna Teresa Tomlinson. The first part, where Tomlinson's Chamblee experience is discussed, can be found here. Ever since...

Teresa Tomlinson speaks to  the Chamblee student body.

Former Columbus Mayor and Senate Hopeful Teresa Tomlinson Reminisces About Chamblee Days

Oliver Hurst, Staff writer October 8, 2019

The following article is the first part of a two-part series about Chamblee alumna Teresa Tomlinson. The second part, where Tomlinson’s political career and Senate campaign is covered, can be found here.  On...

State House Hopeful Matthew Wilson Chats It Up at CCHS

State House Hopeful Matthew Wilson Chats It Up at CCHS

Foster Cowan, Editor September 7, 2018

On the afternoon of August 29, students filled up history teacher Brian Ely’s classroom to inform themselves and learn about local politics at a very special Young Democrats meeting. There to speak to...

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