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House Bill 797, also known as the proposed “Charter Schools Amendment,” seems harmless at first glance.
On Tuesday afternoon, one minute before dismissal at Clarke Central High School, my class’ blaring chatter is interrupted by a sound over the P.A. speakers.
“Anytime anyone comes into your classroom, whether it’s a parent, someone from the district office, or someone from the state department, you want to practice good instruction, to put on your best face,” Clarke Central High School Assistant Principal Dr. Sheila Dunham said. “It is a big deal, but we should be doing that every day of the school year.”
On April 25, republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, R-Mass., carried on his primary election winning streak in Connecticut, Delaware, Rhode Island, Pennsylvania and New York.
When a political candidate needs to boost their approval ratings, they generally seek one thing– an enemy. An enemy can serve as a scapegoat for most any of the candidate’s failings.
On March 22, 2011, Athens resident Jamie Hood allegedly committed the terrible crime of shooting two Athens-Clarke County police officers, killing one and
Throughout the years, American culture has made a tradition of idolizing pop stars. We devour every shred of information we can forcefully suck from these star’s personal lives via television shows and tabloid magazines. In the past 50 years, though, a specific brand of celebrities has become progressively more and more popular: child stars.
Coldplay’s latest album is filled with throbbing harmonies and emotional lyrics which speak to the listener’s ear in a unique way.
Sportify, a music social networking site, is one of the new ways to share songs with friends for free. However, just like all great trends, it will soon be on its way out of the sportlight.