All his life substitute teacher Edward Stephens has followed his love of history wherever it takes him: from the University of Georgia to the jungles of Ethiopia and Vietnam.
Clarke Central High School senior Chris Ortuno has been impacted by soccer, a sport he has grown a passion for.
Junior Cade Ivy repairs things — at first engines, and more recently, hydraulic pumps. For years, he has loved doing this, and he hopes to continue in years to come.
Blanca Lynch has been a hard worker all her life, and continues to work hard at her job as a custodian at Clarke Central High School.
A three-day gender seminar at a sustainable farm community in Karnataka, India teaches emerging farmers more progressive views on gender. Participants left with an enlightened perspective to bring home to their communities.
Curator for the “Bittersweet Winds” exhibit Richie Plass explains the purpose of his exhibit.
Sophomore Joel Ulloa moved to Athens, Georgia for a better education, but it has been a hard transition from Mexico to the United States.
Freshman Zoey Conley-Mullis has a passion for art, which has developed over the years and become an outlet for her to express her emotions.
Clarke Central High School senior Ty’Quashia Lattimore reflects on her time at CCHS and how her experience has shaped her to become the woman she is today.
Clarke Central High School math department teacher Dr. Elijah Swift has found himself taking the role of teacher his whole life.
Varsity linebacker Byron “Memphis” Spraggins, a senior, has been playing football since he was young and his love for the game is strongly influenced by his father.
At the start of high school, sophomore Deunte Oliphant and a number of his friends started a group called “$adboyz” in hopes of becoming known and spreading their idea that “If you ain’t cryin’, you lyin.’”
Clarke Central graduate and security guard Jillian Anderson has taken a new turn in her career. From CCHS to Albany State University, Anderson pursued a career in computer science but now her eyes are set on a professional basketball career.
Clarke Central High School math department teacher Alex Szatkowski learned the power of choosing happiness at a young age when she decided to quit her pursuit to be a professional dancer.
Clarke Central High School security officer Vara Loggins overcame her struggles to become a positive role model at CCHS.
Junior Mara Bastow grew up as a member of a military family and despite its hardships, she would not trade the experience for anything.
Freshman Paulina Hafer has faced a lot of hardships in her life, but the support of her family, friends and the Athens community have helped her become the person she is today.
When asked what three adjectives describe her best, junior Cindi Munoz said, “Creative, sensitive and outgoing.” Digital Managing Editor Aneesa Conine-Nakano explores how her personality affects the different roles Cindi plays.
At age six, Clarke Central High School freshman Patrick Madrid moved to the southern region of Sevilla, Spain, which changed his life forever.
Clarke Central High School sophomore Damerea Hopp attributes his personality to a few memorable moments.
Senior Matthew Green sits in class, quietly finishing his work. Green is a respectful student, who never causes anyone any trouble. However, he wasn’t always the model student he is now. In middle school, he acted out and got into trouble frequently.
Blanche Aldridge has a past foreign to many women today, in which she took care of her many younger siblings and gave up graduating high school and many carefree days to start a family with the man she loves.
Senior Jared Warner is commonly known at Clarke Central for his class ranking, but aside from his academic attributes, he is a musical artist.
No matter what the situation, Clarke Central junior Lauryn Waters does everything with the guidance and support of her family.
Clarke Central senior Anthony Zuniga has been a part of drama at Clarke Central since his freshman year and has developed his skills in theater throughout his high school career.
Titrim Attipoe, a current Clarke County School District substitute teacher, was born and raised in Ghana. He has noticed many differences in culture between the U.S. and Ghana throughout his years.