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To stand in front of 400 people is alarming, to say the least.
When I first stepped into Clarke Central High School, I knew I had some big shoes to fill because everyone knew my siblings who graduated from CCHS in 2009 and 2011
Walking into Los Compadres, you can quickly grasp the welcoming Latino culture…
I have always been an artist. As a child, I would tote my sketchbook around, doodling and creating characters at any free moment. The beauty of art lies in its ability to transcend all levels of education and age, all colors and all nationalities. An image rings through language barriers and connects the minds of the masses.
Clarke Central High School now provides extra time for students to study or receive remediation for certain classes.
The last, most sincere goodbye always hurts the most.
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.
Through miming, Clarke Central High School senior Janieria Dupree expresses her Christian faith with a group of other mimes at Chestnut Grove Baptist Church.
Clarke Central High School’s Miller Jordan Food Court has been mistreated. Students should do a better job cleaning up after themselves.
The addition of Glad Time to Clarke Central High School’s daily schedule can be beneficial to students who take advantage of it.
For Jasmine Norton, a former Providence Academy Christian School student, coming to Clarke Central High School as a junior has been a positive change in her life.
Students from Clarke Central High School, Cedar Shoals High School and Classic City High School have been given the opportunity to attend the Athens Community Career Academy to help focus on stubjects beneficial to future careers.
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By ALEXA FRIEDMAN – Viewpoints Editor Jewish children around the world recognize Chanukah as the one week out of the year they get to play with fire, eat as many doughnuts and potato pancakes as they want and get one present every night for eight days. However, there is a story behind the traditions of [...]