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Izzy Pullias

Izzy Pullias, Arts & Entertainment Editor

Izzy Pullias is a junior at McIntosh High School. It is her second year on the Trail staff and she is the Arts and Entertainment editor for the Trail. She enjoys art, theater, podcasting, and photography, and she was recognized by SNO last spring for one of her photographs. Along with hosting a podcast, Izzy is the historian for the Thespian Club here at McIntosh, and she enjoys being a part of many on-stage shows. She also enjoys hanging out with friends and family as well as skateboarding in her spare time, and her favorite show is The Office.

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Senior Legacy- Chris Tun

Senior Legacy- Chris Tun

May 20, 2021

1- How have you made McIntosh a better place, what was your contribution to campus? (sports, personal relationship, etc.) "I was in the media analysis or Film Club and where film nerds such as myself...

The Closet of a Raven. In the Competition One Act “Very Still and Hard to See, Meg Sheets as Obake bathes in the ultraviolet light of her dark underworld. Feature/Entertainment Photograph. All-Georgia.

MHS Trail GSPA Winners

May 3, 2021

"The Closet of a Raven." In the Competition One Act “Very Still and Hard to See," Meg Sheets as Obake bathes in the ultraviolet light of her dark underworld. Feature/Entertainment Photograph. All-Georgia.

Lane stood in front of the new building during the ribbon cutting ceremony in October of 2019.

Lane Announces His Retirement

April 29, 2021

Lane stood in front of the new building during the ribbon cutting ceremony in October of 2019.

David Dobrik and James Charles have both recently published apology videos due to the recent scandals.

David Dobrik and James Charles Social Media Scandals

April 26, 2021

The world of social media has many issues that are seemingly getting worse and worse. Social media influencers are continuously being exposed for disturbing scandals such as messaging minors or sexual...

The McIntosh Trial 2021

April 1, 2021

The McIntosh Trial of 2021 is here with a special twist! There is a hidden message inside one of the stories. Students who find the message will be entered into a draw for a $15 Chick-fil-A gift card....

Lynn-Ann Koh attend a Stop Asian Hate Rally at the Georgia Capitol.

SPA Shootings North of Atlanta Ignite Response to Asian American Racism

March 24, 2021

On March 16, six different spas outside of Atlanta were attacked by a violent shooter, murdering eight people, six of them being Asian Americans. There is strong evidence to support this being a hate crime...

Tiger Woods Path to Recovery

Tiger Wood’s Path to Recovery

February 28, 2021

On Feb. 23, Tiger Woods was involved in a rollover accident in which he suffered several wounds and severe leg injuries. He apparently lost control of the vehicle and rolled off the side of the highway...

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Going Back to Green

February 4, 2021

Joe Bidens Plan For Climate Change

Joe Biden’s Plan For Climate Change

February 2, 2021

President Joe Biden has made a clear indication of his intentions to make the climate crisis a top priority in terms of his responsibilities as president. On his first day in office, Biden has already...

President Joe Bidens Inauguration

President Joe Biden’s Inauguration

January 22, 2021

On Jan. 20, 2021, Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States. He was sworn in with Vice President Kamala Harris in front of a small audience in-person but a worldwide audience...

OPINION: Capitol Hill Riot- Can We Blame Them?

OPINION: Capitol Hill Riot- Can We Blame Them?

January 14, 2021

The activity that commenced on Capitol Hill on Jan. 6 was nothing less than shocking. Desperate to stop the confirmation of President-elect Joe Biden, extremists* breached the center of political power...

COVID-19 in families infographic

FEATURE – Landon Nguyen vs. COVID-19

December 11, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lifestyle of nearly everyone to a certain extent, whether that be staying at home, wearing a mask or being more conscious of germs. These are all things that have...

The weekly update for the COVID case numbers.

UPDATE: Worried About Fayette County Schools Staying on Green Schedule? MHS Moves to New Hybrid Schedule

December 1, 2020

It’s no secret that COVID cases here at McIntosh are on the rise. More and more students are being quarantined and some students have tested positive for COVID. The question has been raised of whether...

Thespian Induction Week

November 19, 2020

Last week, the Drama Department held their annual induction week to celebrate the new inductees into the International Thespian Society. They have a tradition every Thursday of induction week to meet at...

President Trumps Path To Election Day Loss

President Trump’s Path To Election Day Loss

November 17, 2020

Before the election even began, the Trump campaign had confidence in their ability to win the election. The strong support behind his campaign was undeniable, as President Trump held many rallies to gain...

Chief News Outreach

November 9, 2020

International Zara Morgan Who knew that owning a parrot could one day save your life? This was true at least for Anton Nguyen in Australia. While the cause is unknown, a fire started at Nguyen's...

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Among Us Review

October 30, 2020

“Among Us” is a mystery game that involves one, two or three secret murderers, otherwise known as imposters, among a group of crewmates on a spaceship. It is up to the imposters to sabotage and kill...

Blue light exposure is most harmful at night through the use of screens that dont properly filter it out.

Blue Light Exposure- Should You Be Worried?

October 14, 2020

The start of the school year has been a different experience for students and faculty, and many students have decided to take on virtual learning full-time. McIntosh has been on a hybrid schedule, leaving...

One Act Auditions

September 29, 2020

CBD oil is the most common form of the supplement sold.

Everything You Need to Know About CBD

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 medical issues, including anxiety,...

How Local Businesses Are Handling Governor Kemps Attempt to Re-Open the State

How Local Businesses Are Handling Governor Kemp’s Attempt to Re-Open the State

April 29, 2020

With governor Kemp’s decision to let non-essential businesses reopen in Georgia this past Friday, many businesses have had to decide how they are going to reopen, and how they are going to change their...

How Stores are Reacting to COVID-19

How Stores are Reacting to COVID-19

March 24, 2020

Now that the novel COVID-19 virus has spread to all U.S states, stores all over the country have been affected by the general population’s reactions to the virus, while also altering their policies to...

President Trump’s Travel Ban due to COVID-19: What About Spring Break?

President Trump’s Travel Ban due to COVID-19: What About Spring Break?

March 17, 2020

According to the World Health organization, Coronavirus has proved itself to be officially named as a global pandemic. President Donald Trump has taken action by creating a thirty-day travel ban to Europe...

Courtney Jean-Louis helps build a ivy backdrop for the school musical Mary Poppins.

Photo gallery 3/13

February 14, 2020

Courtney Jean-Louis helps build a ivy backdrop for the school musical Mary Poppins.

Seniors Sullivan Dawson and Eva Berger practice the final battle in Macbeth before their performance.

Advanced Drama Class Performs “MacBeth”, “MacKids” and “MacBeeth”

March 5, 2020

The Advanced Drama class here at McIntosh performed the traditional Shakespeare Tragedy, MacBeth on Feb. 27 and Feb.28. Included with their performance of Macbeth, the class will also performed two student...

McIntosh Trail Opinion Editor Nakia Harmon admiring one of her coily curls.

OPINION: What Does the CROWN Act Mean to Me?

March 2, 2020

McIntosh Trail Opinion Editor Nakia Harmon admiring one of her coily curls.

Thescon 2020: A Short Review

Thescon 2020: A Short Review

February 21, 2020

Last week, some International Thespian Society members here at McIntosh travelled to Columbus, Georgia to attend the annual Georgia Thespian Conference. The students were there from Feb. 6 through Feb....

Courtney Jean-Louis helps build a ivy backdrop for the school musical Mary Poppins. Photo taken by Izzy Pullias

Izzy Mary Poppins

February 14, 2020

McIntosh Theater Presents: Mary Poppins the Musical

McIntosh Theater Presents: Mary Poppins the Musical

January 30, 2020

The McIntosh drama department is putting on a truly magical production this year because they are performing none other than Mary Poppins. Mary Poppins is the story of two young children named Michael...

Devastating Bush-Fires Spread Throughout Australia

Devastating Bush-Fires Spread Throughout Australia

January 13, 2020

People all over the world have watched and experienced the devastating bush-fires that have been scorching Australia for over a month now. The cause of the fires is likely due to the extended drought Australia...

Chief News Outreach 11/15

Chief News Outreach 11/15

November 20, 2019

International Audra O'Clair Throughout Iraq, anti-government protests have begun. These protests have left hundreds of protesters dead from the Iraqi Security Forces pushing back the protesters....

McIntosh Game Show Night: Family Feud

McIntosh Game Show Night: Family Feud

November 20, 2019

The PTSO held a Family Feud night this past Thursday, Nov. 14. In the auditorium, underclassmen, upperclassmen, teachers and administration went head to head in a classic game of family feud. Family feud...

The cast of Bellwether gets together for a group hug before their big performance for the judges.

“Bellwether” Sweeps 1st Place in Regional One Act Competition

October 29, 2019

On Saturday Oct. 26, the cast and crew of "Bellwether", the drama department's competition one act play, traveled to Whitewater High School to compete at regionals against four other schools. With "Bellwether"...

Sophomores Take A Trip to Shakespeare’s Tavern

October 15, 2019

On Oct. 10 some of the sophomore class traveled to the Shakespeare Tavern to see a performance of Julius Caesar. The group left around 8:45 am on Tuesday morning and didn’t get back until 2 pm that same...

Dedicated to the wonderful students that we serve: New Building Dedication Ceremony

“Dedicated to the wonderful students that we serve”: New Building Dedication Ceremony

October 4, 2019

The new building has been a welcome addition to McIntosh this year, and the administration has decided to honor it in the form of a dedication ceremony that took place the afternoon of Friday, Oct. 4. “The...

Chief News Outreach

October 4, 2019

International   Audra O’Clair   In Beijing, China, the people celebrated China’s 70 years of becoming the People’s Republic of China. Meanwhile in Hong Kong, China’s territory,...

The Dangers of Putting Your Phone Up: Cell Phone Jails

The Dangers of Putting Your Phone Up: Cell Phone Jails

September 26, 2019

Cell phones are, needless to say, an epidemic at McIntosh. In every hallway, between each class, at every lunch period, students are glued to their cellular devices. While the  administration is supposedly...

Drama Teacher Ken Buswell explains to the auditionees. the way the audition will be structuredd.

Fun Act Play: Everyone Gets Eaten By Sharks

September 6, 2019

The McIntosh Drama department puts on two one-act plays every fall of each school year. One is called the competition one-act, which is usually a more serious drama that goes to competitions around Georgia....

New Multipurpose Room Utilized by Chiefettes and Cheer Teams

New Multipurpose Room Utilized by Chiefettes and Cheer Teams

August 29, 2019

This school year has become packed with new changes that have everyone scratching their heads. Whether it’s the new seven-period day schedule, villages instead of subject halls, or the whole new wing...

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