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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.
On Jan. 2, the Clarke County School District informed schools of a policy change. Starting the 2011-12 spring semester, all final exams count as 20 percent of a student’s class grade.
On March 9, the 55 members of Clarke Central High School’s band, Symphonic Winds, participated in the Georgia Educated Music Association’s Large Group Performance Evaluation held at Jefferson High School.
Read coverage of the alumni game and look at pictures of all the soccer games
“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…
Having a place to call “home” is not guaranteed for all children — homelessness is a growing problem for students in the Clarke County School District. Katie Wheeler, Homeless Education Program liaison and school social worker for the CCSD, has seen this increase during her time working for the district.
Athens-based band R.E.M. officially went seperate ways on Sept. 21, 2011
Clarke Central High School now provides extra time for students to study or receive remediation for certain classes.