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March 20, 2015

Hail to the Bus Drivers

Jessica Phillips, Staff Writer

February 3, 2015

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Disrespectful. I've sat in front of this computer staring at the blinking cursor trying to figure out how to begin this opinion piece. Despite my efforts of writing a narrative introduction to convey my thoughts, I felt as...

Valuing the Arts

Jasmine Johnson, Quality Control Manager

February 3, 2015

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In the state of Georgia, a minimum of 23 credits from required courses must be earned before graduating. Three of these credits must be from CTAE, foreign language, or fine arts classes. However, it is not a requirement to have...

Fighting is Foolish

Sav Simpson, Staff Writer

January 16, 2015

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When I envision a fight, I picture two people arguing and injuring each other over an irrelevant and preventable topic. Fights are considered the action of taking part in a violent struggle, involving the exchange of physical...

Why Upper Classmen Hate Under Classmen

Jeff Pope, Staff Writer

January 16, 2015

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Coming into high school, the new freshmen have to understand the reasoning for the amount of respect given to them by upper classmen. Immaturity and annoyance are some of the main reasons why upper class men do not like under...

Why Your Vote May Not Matter

Megan Fowler, Staff Writer

January 16, 2015

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From our early school days, we’ve known that when we turn 18, we will have the right to vote. Voting is an integral part of what makes America what it is--- a country that values the input of its citizens. We elect officials...

Make Life Easier On Yourself: Choose Wisely

Salina Patel, Staff Writer

January 15, 2015

Filed under Academics, Opinions

Picking your schedule can be difficult. You have to decide between teachers you have never met and classes you have only heard rumors about, and when you are left to decide, the people around you are not capable of giving you adequate advice on the matter. Bas...

Lets Put Aside Our Differences for One Day

Ansley Calhoun, Staff Writer

December 18, 2014

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John Lennon My favorite Christmas song is "Happy Christmas" because it represents my favorite thing about Christmas: one day a year people are willing to set aside their difference and come together in celebration for...

Trashy or Classy: But Not Both, Ola.

Jessica Phillips, Staff Writer

December 8, 2014

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Trash. Litter. Wrappers. Crap. Waste. Whatever you choose to call the mess that covers Ola's campus, it's all the same thing: Obnoxious. It all started with Facebook. Remember that? That social media networking site that ...

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