Clarke Central High School freshman Joseph Conaway, a member of the CCHS cross country and track team, reflects on his season and sets goals for the future.
Comparing Latinas to hot foods casting them in stereotypical roles is harmful in more ways than one.
University of Miami fullback Marquez Williams, a 2011-12 Clarke Central High School graduate, has traveled a path that has led him to his dreams.
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.
In light of the C-Team’s championship game win, Clarke Central High School football coaches and players reflect on their success this season and look ahead to the future of the program.
As a kickoff to the Athens Jewish Film Festival, the documentary “Hate” reveals anti-Semitism which has remained in parts of Europe.
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.
Local business owner Angie Tillman fulfilled her dream with the opening of her new storefront Phickles Phun Foods earlier this year.
The drama department concluded some major events on their agenda for the school year and are reflecting on their experience and looking ahead to the second semester.
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.
Being Latino is an identity; it goes beyond physical appearance and stereotypes.
Senior Gedia Powell speaks about his experience with music and the role it has played in his life.
Clarke Central High School foreign language department teacher William Hunter is the newest Latin teacher.