Staff writer Coles Ehlers shines a light on CCHS artists.
Variety writer Emma Ramsay continues the journey across the Classic City in search for the best sushi Athens has to offer.
Web Master Katie Grace Upchurch breaks down some of the top shows and movies coming to Netflix in April.
The print variety staff searches for the best pizza in Athens, trying slices from two pizza places close to Clarke Central High School, Hungry Howie’s Pizza and Domino’s Pizza.
Managing Editor Sunčana Pavlić has compiled four major current events worldwide that range from executive orders to cultural buzz.
Print Writing Coach Ana Aldridge and staff writer Connor McCage offer two critical insights on “Split,” released on Jan. 20.
On Jan. 17, the Clarke Central High School faculty, parents and students were forwarded a letter from Clarke Country School District Director of Nursing Amy Roark about influenza season. Here is the breakdown.
Web Master Katie Grace Upchurch complied a list of places to volunteer on Martin Luther King Day in Athens-Clarke Country.
Digital Managing Editor Sunčana Pavlić complied the winners of the 74th Golden Globe Awards.
The print variety staff searches for the best donuts in Athens, testing treats from Ike & Janes Cafe and Bakery and Zombie Donuts and Coffee.
Editor-in-Chief Aneesa Conine-Nakano breaks down 2016 holiday gift ideas for friends and family.
Web Master Katie Grace Upchurch compiled maps that compare electoral and popular votes from the 2000 and 2016 presidential elections.
Juniors Cole Bonner and Jack Byrne explain the sport of fishing and the new club team at Clarke Central High School.
Editor-in-Chief Aneesa Conine-Nakano breaks down where pairs who lost the presidential election are now.
Clarke Central High School Principal Marie Yuran discusses the rising graduation rate at CCHS, which has reached over 84 percent.
Managing Editor Sunčana Pavlić complies a college agenda: a guide to important information and tips on financial aid, student loans, test dates and more.
Staff Writer Coles Ehlers breaks down the remaining presidential candidates in an infographic collaboration with Copy Editor Violet Merritt.
Freshman Staff Writer Stacee Dillard interviewed varsity soccer players and coaches who attended the Jekyll trip over Spring Break and they reflected on their experience in this infographic.
A job can be one of those things people look forward to doing when they need get things that they want. Before deciding consider the ways to maintain a job.
Freshman Ana Aldridge takes a closer look at the gap between women’s and men’s sports at high school and collegiate levels.
Digital Managing Editor Aneesa Conine-Nakano compiled a list of do’s and don’t for Valentine’s Day.
Digital Managing Editor Aneesa Conine-Nakano lists the five best apps for health and fitness and why people should use them.
By OWEN CHRUCHWELL – Staff Writer By ANEESA CONINE-NAKANO – Digital Managing Editor The 2015-16 college football season has come down to two teams, both of which have proven that they deserve to be in the game more than any other teams in college football. On Monday, Jan. 11 at 8:30 p.m., college football’s top-ranked…
By FEAR CHURCHWELL – Staff Writer By SUNCANA PAVLIC – Web Master The 2015-16 college football season has come down to two teams, both of which have proven that they deserve to be in the game more than any other teams in college football. On Monday, Jan. 11 at 8:30 p.m., college football’s top-ranked and…
Digital Managing Editor Aneesa Conine-Nakano breaks down five winter television season premieres to watch and why they are worth checking out.
With midterms approaching in the last weeks before Winter Break, here are five tips on how to study to get the best grades possible
Clarke Central High School wrestlers have begun dieting and exercising to ensure success in this year’s season, while moving away from unhealthy weight loss strategies.
The print variety staff began their journey across the Classic City in search for the best Athens has to offer with stops at four Latin American restaurants.
Clarke County School District recently released various statistics about the poverty in Athens Clarke County.
Chris Borland’s decision to quit football due to concerns regarding traumatic brain injury is rational. But what about those who can’t?
Freshman Delia Adamson explores how the Student Government Association has changed initiative over the past years.
The weather yet again takes a toll on Clarke Central’s tennis team; if the regional tournament can not happen this week than the team will not qualify for state.
GoFundMe.com, an online fundraising source, has recently become very popular with various clubs throughout Clarke Central High School.
Rapes are at a record high at universities in the U.S, however colleges are doing little to bring justice to victims.
Academics trump athletics in the high school arena, and the Georgia High School Association eligibility policy, which states a student has to be passing five classes to play a sport, puts a fair emphasis on academics.
Many athletes like to snack on junk food after a practice or game. Junk food is full of unnecessary sugars and artificial flavoring that is damaging to an athlete’s health. “A lot of my teammates eat junk food during the school day,” freshman soccer player Neha Mohanty said. Photo by Julie Alpaugh By ZOE…