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“What, When? Tik Tok is shutting down?!”
Oluchi Ugbajah, Staff Writer • September 20, 2020

  Banned. Deleted. Gone. The status of our favorite social media platform, TikTok, is up in the air. But, this popular dancing app was not always called TikTok. 3 years...

A screenshot of the latest COVID-19 report published by FCBOE
Is McIntosh Going Green?
Landon Wilde, News Editor • September 18, 2020

Students have been in school for five weeks now on a hybrid schedule. This schedule consists of half the students being at McIntosh on Monday and Tuesday and the other half...

CBD oil is the most common form of the supplement sold.
Everything You Need to Know About CBD
Izzy Pullias, Arts and Entertainment Editor • September 11, 2020

Here in Peachtree City, a new CBD (formally known as cannabidiol) store just opened up. CBD has become an increasingly popular item for people with all different types of...

Junior, Tracy Guo sits at her desk at her house and tries to complete her virtual assignments. Guo is completely virtual, so she uses the new platform Edgenuity in order to complete her assignments. Many students are finding difficulty navigating through online schools because they do not have teachers with them to automatically help them.
To Go or Not to Go
Jordyn Mobley, Editor-in-Chief • September 13, 2020
School is back in session and there are some major changes that have taken place regarding the COVID-19
Junior Yunju Lee has been staying at home with her family, doing the things that she wanted to do with her sister.
Instead of going up to Atlanta every Saturday, I am sleeping in and spending time with my younger sister: Yunju Lee
Yunju Lee, Features/A&E Editor • May 1, 2020
Instead of going up to Atlanta every Saturday, I am sleeping in and spending time with my younger sister.
Kim Mobley stands in her nurse
On the Frontline: What it's Like to be a Healthcare Worker During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Jordyn Mobley, News Editor • April 30, 2020
The past few months have been a stressful time for everyone in the world. We are all still learning how
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, students are doing virtual learning for the remainder of the school year. For seniors, this means they will have a virtual graduation, as well as a traditional one.
Instead of being a senior, I am virtually learning : Sam Cornett
Samantha Cornett, Editor in Chief • April 29, 2020
Instead of spending my last months in Peachtree City as a traditional senior, I am planning my future
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Plans to keep Fall sports spectators safe includes cashless entry, no student section
Elijah Smith, Sports Editor • September 3, 2020
The spread of Covid-19 has affected almost every aspect of everyday life, and sports fans around the
Covid-19 Threatens to Impact Next Year
Covid-19 Threatens to Impact Next Year's Football Season
Landon Wilde, Staff Writer • April 30, 2020
Covid-19 has affected so many events related to sports. The NBA has suspended it’s season indefinitely.
This image shows the Olympic rings hanging under the Tower Bridge during the 2012 London Olympic games.
2020 Olympics Officially Postponed due to COVID-19
Samantha Cornett, Editor in Chief • March 27, 2020
On Mar. 24 the International Olympic Committee along with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe announced
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Opinion: All teams should pay employees despite quarantine
Jackson Stone, Sports Editor • March 24, 2020
On Monday, the Philadelphia 76ers announced that they would be reducing the salaries of their arena employees
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