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Sam Thompson moderates a debate about the NBA, with Chad Rhym and Kevin Mobley.
Since 2007, CNN, Fox News and MSNBC have all drastically cut back the airtime devoted to reporting hard news.
Sam Thompson moderates Chad Rhym and Kevin Mobley’s debate about the final four in March Madness 2013.
By LORAN POSEY News Editor Maynard began his wresting career with 35 straight losses but remained determined as he completed his senior year of high school with a 35-16 record and placed 12th at the 2004 National High School Wrestling Championships. As high school students, we take many things for granted in life. Whether it [...]
The numbers are clear: African-Americans are underrepresented in baseball.
Screaming and shouting surrounds Perseus as he is chased by a Chimera, a fearsome two-headed, fire-breathing creature with the body of a lion and a tail tipped with a serpent’s
Each spring, the Clarke Central High School community eagerly prepares for the end of the school year.
Concussions have become a serious issue in all levels and types of sports, leaving the health of athletes at risk.
The photography staff’s pick for this week’s photo of the week.
On March 22, 2011, Athens resident Jamie Hood allegedly committed the terrible crime of shooting two Athens-Clarke County police officers, killing one and
The photography staff’s pick for our photo of the week.
The recent uncovering of a long-standing sex scandal within the staff of Joe Paterno leave many questioning the coach’s legacy.
The upgraded technology at Clarke Central High School leaves some students without personal home technology at a disadvantage.
The ODYSSEY staff’s take on the breakup of the popular Athens-based band R.E.M.
The wrestling team’s annual meat fundraiser is going on now. Grab yours today!
The last, most sincere goodbye always hurts the most.
Don’t be apart of the crowd; change it up, meet some new people.
New policies have been implemented for the new 2011-2012 school year. However, for Clarke Central, these policies seem to do more hard than good.
Clarke Central High School’s English department teacher’s late husband has impacted the world around him through journalism.
Clarke Central High School’s Miller Jordan Food Court has been mistreated. Students should do a better job cleaning up after themselves.