Why We Should Continue to Fund NASA

By Eric Bias, Layout & Sports Editor Throughout the history of the United States, there have been many examples of how innovation, passion and creativity have helped define America. One example of this, is the creation of a National Aeronautical and Space Administration (NASA) by the thirty-fourth President of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower,…

Atlanta Reacts Alongside Nation with Trump Protest

By Lara Strydom, Editorial Editor On Nov. 11 at 6:00 P.M., three days after the 2016 presidential election, protestors gathered at Historic Fourth Ward Park in Atlanta in objection to the victory of Republican candidate Donald Trump. “I feel like acts of nonviolence and civil disobedience are the cornerstones of civil rights in this country….

Heads or Tails: Electoral College

Heads: The Benefits of the Electoral College By Eric Bias, Layout & Sports Editor Throughout the history of the United States, democracy has been one of the main issues that have been fought to keep. Democracy, as we know it, was created in 7th century Greece, in order to allow the citizens of Greece to…

2016 World News Recap: January to November

By  Melissa Dunn, Copy & Features Editor & Curtis McClelland, Website Editor Jan 16: State of Emergency Declared in Flint On Jan. 16, Obama declared state of emergency in Flint, Michigan due to an over-exposure of lead in residents’ drinking water. Jan 28: The World Health Organization announces an outbreak of the Zika Virus The…

New Roads, New Transportation, New Changes

By Irene Velez, Co-Editor in Chief & Daniel Grotch, Co-Editor in Chief Residents throughout Fulton County were asked to choose what they thought was the single most important issue facing Atlanta in the Metro Atlanta Speaks Survey, and without much question, voters chose transportation as their answer. While Atlanta and the cities around it continue…