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On Feb. 11, the seven-season-long era of head football coach Leroy Ryals ended. It was announced officially on Tuesday that he would be leaving Clarke Central High School for Thomasville High School in Thomasville, Ga.
On Feb. 15, football players for the 2013-14 school year were called down to the team meeting room, formerly known as the auxiliary weight room for the second time this week.
The hype is almost unbearable. There’s the release of the nominations months ahead of time, the careful planning of movie marathons to make sure you see all of the bests and finally, there’s the iconic red carpet before the event.
Playing off of the old stereotypes of cops who are never without their coffee and donuts comes a new initiative from the Athens-Clarke County Police Department: “Coffee with a Cop.”
The second of three 2012 presidential debates is reviewed.
Athenian Peter Dale, 35, studied public relations at the University of Georgia, but switched career paths 10 years ago. He is now the co-owner of two successful restaurants: The National and Empire State South.
“We salute your courage and your sacrifice and we wish you Happy Hunger Games,” announced President Snow to the tributes and entire crowd, marking the beginning of their annual “games.”
The top eateries for every couple as chosen by CCHS students and the ODYSSEY staff
On Jan. 11, world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma performed a concert at the University of Georgia Hodgeson Hall. Every seat of the performing hall was filled, mostly with people much older than me…
Athens-based band R.E.M. officially went seperate ways on Sept. 21, 2011
The Georgia Theater made a strong recovery after burning to the ground over two years ago.
The Clarke Central High School special education department provides Community Based Instruction to students in order to build an independent adult.