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Staff Writer August Moss

August Moss, Staff

August Moss is a first year Trail staffer and in her second year on the Legend yearbook staff, this year operating as senior editor.

Moss is a Georgia REACH scholar. She served in the McIntosh theater department as stage manager for “Something Funny Happened On the Way to the Regional One Act Competition” and “Mamma Mia.” She served on crew for “She Kills Monsters” and “Footloose.” She acted in “Much Ado About Nothing” and “Very Still and Hard to See.” She was a Thespian Officer for the 2022-2023 school year.

She was a volunteer member with the SAYA program for 2020-2021. She has served as a Sources Of Strength member since 2021 and this year she is a leader on the leadership team.

Moss has many passions, but her faith trumps them all. You’ll find her singing in her church's worship band, serving in the children's ministry and always carries her bible full of notes with her.

All content by August Moss

Welcome to our Renaissance

August Moss, Staff Feb 14, 2024

Every year, the Georgia Thespian Society, an amalgamation of people who love theater, host Thescon. Thescon is three days of workshops, shows and time well spent at the Columbus State Riverside campus....

In order to show the different phrasing currently being used across social media, Grace Lovejoy surrounds herself with new terms.

Best of Trail Photography 2023-2024

Feb 12, 2024

In order to show the different phrasing currently being used across social media, Grace Lovejoy surrounds herself with new terms.

For friends or for family, here’s your holiday gift guide

August Moss, Staff Dec 11, 2023

Don’t know what to get for someone in your life? Look no further, here's a complete holiday gift guide for everyone on your list. And you only have 13 shopping days before Christmas and Hanukkah has...

Graphic Illustration via Canva by August Moss

Trading picket signs for pens

August Moss, Staff Nov 16, 2023

On Tuesday, May 2 at 12:01 am, the Writers Guild of America called for a strike for the first time since 2007 due to the changes advanced AI has made to the industry. Every three years, the Writers...

Graphic created in Canva by Lulu Vitulo and Grace Lovejoy

Swift never goes out of style

Lulu Vitulo, Grace Lovejoy, August Moss, and Mikayla Mills Nov 10, 2023

"Say Don't Go" The second this song started and kicked in with the guitar and beat, I was immediately hooked. She starts off singing in her absolutely gorgeous low range, and it just Hits Different....

Senior superlatives announcement graphic created in Canva by August Moss.

The votes are in

August Moss, Staff Nov 8, 2023

If you were voted a Superlative, come to room 125 during your lunch or study hall for information on the photoshoot or contact Senior Editor August Moss at [email protected].

Cast of The Spirit Of Life on the Harris County High School stage after their win. Photo Submitted by Natasha Greenstein.

“The Spirit of Life survives” through to state

August Moss, Staff Nov 3, 2023

On Oct. 28 2023, the cast and crew of “The Spirit Of Life” won first place in the regional Georgia High School Association’s one act competition. The one act is a play under fifty five minutes....

The mirror image of staff writer August Moss writing Girlboss, taken by Grace Lovejoy

OPINION: Take the “girl” out of girlboss

August Moss, Staff Nov 2, 2023

A History of “Girl____” According to “Root Source: Girlboss,” by Annenberg Media,  the term “Girlboss” came to mass public consumption in 2014 when the clothing brand Nasty Gal’s CEO...

A graphic illustration of the multitude of posts on social media platform X concerning the PSAT. Created in Canva by Luke Soule

OPINION: PSAT = Paperless, Sitting And Technical difficulties

Rebekah Bushmire, Editor-in-Chief Oct 12, 2023

Graphic Illustration made in Canva by August Moss.

“Something more serious”

August Moss, Staff Sep 29, 2023

The McIntosh Drama program competes annually in the Georgia High School Association Regional One Act Competition. After putting on a comedic style show for the past two years with 2021’s "Much Ado About...

Alden has big goals for her future in the sport: I plan to become world one, Alden said.

A wild ride

August Moss, Staff Sep 20, 2023

This summer, while some of us were relaxing, on vacation or working junior Alexis Alden was setting records in her BMX division.  “I am now the second best in the world for BMX in my age group for...

Colorguard members warm up on the turf before performing their halftime show for the stands.

Fight for 54 Photo Slideshow

Aug 25, 2023

Colorguard members warm up on the turf before performing their halftime show for the stands.

Screenshot of the severe weather alert from Thursday, Jan. 13.

Thursday Jan. 12 McIntosh faced with severe storm and tornado watch

Jan 13, 2023

Screenshot of the severe weather alert from Thursday, Jan. 13.

At that moment, I felt like I could fly. Everyone was cheering. I had the biggest smile on my face!

What’s it like to run for HoCo Court?

Oct 28, 2022

At that moment, I felt like I could fly. Everyone was cheering. I had the biggest smile on my face!

Seniors in the student section showing proper support for the Chiefs: paying attention to the game, cheering, showing spirit and are on theme. The theme for the Hampton game was Black Out.

STAFF EDITORIAL: Aren’t we supposed to be cheering on the team?

Sep 1, 2022

Seniors in the student section showing proper support for the Chiefs: paying attention to the game, cheering, showing spirit and are on theme. The theme for the Hampton game was Black Out.

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