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Sports and Health

New Women’s Flag Football Team

By: Caroline Alligood Lassiter has announced a new sports team coming this fall, a women’s Flag Football team!  An informational meeting was held on August 19th for anyone interested in joining the team. The first two games of the season will be against region rivals Pope and Walton on October 18th. The times for the […]

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Comedy

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By Natalie Waters

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Football Season Looks

By Juliana Malfitano As the long-awaited football season begins, we as a student body must not only show our support through attending the games but also through dressing for the occasions. Let us count down the list of looks you can expect this football season and some possible options for what to wear, to show […]

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Literary Magazine

Scenes From a Gap Year Under the Scabbed and Cracked Skin of the American Pastoral

By Henry Tegethoff  (Veracruz, MX) Your blond god has fallen to untouchable vileness  What does he care for the atom bomb, the bed bugs,  the friendly financier waiting to repossess my delinquent flesh? The dull beauty of my filed-down teeth, straw soaked in animal piss, Mouth full of blood and disinfectant, I wash my hands […]

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Literary Magazine

Self-Destructive Selfishness

By Gloria Wu We live in an age where popular, mainstream ideas have emphasized loving yourself and accepting yourself for who you really are. Now, I am not against the movement of having people grow in confidence and happiness. But what happens when we focus on ourselves in a selfish way may often lead to […]

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Literary Magazine

Sonnet of the Times

By Lily Cox Sonnet of the times  You want future generations to fail? Because you don’t seem to notice the heat. The fires that make endangered species wail. And the world leaders only mind to tweet. It seems to us that you would rather sit lazily  Instead of working to save your children. Because you […]

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Literary Magazine

The Watchdog

By Rebecca DeMouey It was a quiet night. The only sound was the jingle of the dog’s collar as he walked around. It was his job to watch for intruders in the night, as he had done forever. It had become habit. Someone comes to the door, the dog barks, the strangers leave. Now the […]

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Literary Magazine

Themes from Lit AP

By Audrey Regan My teacher said, I’m grade one That I am not the brightest She told me “You can’t spell, School isn’t something you’ll do well.” I asked my mom if she was right, “I can talk and read and write. I just don’t know where vowels go.” She told me don’t explain when […]

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Features

National Wildlife Day

By Erin Cooney While many regard  National Wildlife Day as no more remarkable than hundreds of other holidays, it is a perfect opportunity to appreciate and protect Georgia’s diverse and engaging wildlife. Whether visiting one of Georgia’s nearly fifty state parks, volunteering, donating, signing a petition, or learning about the vital species that keep our […]

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Sports and Health

Penalties, Special Teams Blunders Cool Off Hot Start By Trojans

By Aiden Mihill WOODSTOCK – Lassiter kicked off their football season Friday in a 35-16 loss to River Ridge. The defense showed a lot of promise, especially in the first half, while holding the Knights to just seven points. Evan Scherer showed off in the season opener, recovering a fumble and breaking up four passes. […]