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Yunju Lee

Yunju Lee, Managing Editor/Features Editor

Yunju Lee is the Features and Managing Editor on the McIntosh Trail. This is her third year on the staff and her second year as the Features and A&E Editor. She enjoys writing feature stories and taking photos of school events and people. She has won awards at the Georgia State Press Association (GSPA) for her art and photography, and also awards for her art for the Scholastic Art and Writing contest. She lives with her younger sister, who is currently in seventh grade, and her two parents. Her favorite hobbies are drawing and reading. Currently, she is trying to finish the stack of half-finished books on her desk before she buys any new ones.

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These are the winners of NSPA from the McIntosh Trail. Here pictured is Nakia Harmon (11), Jordyn Mobley (11), Yunju Lee (12), Izzy Pullias (11) and Landon Wilde (11).

MHS Student Media Students Earn Places on NSPA Honor Roll

Yunju Lee, Managing Editor/Features Editor May 27, 2021

Staffers from McIntosh’s two student media programs, the McIntosh Trail and The Legend received the Honor Roll from the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA). This year, from the Trail, senior...

The McIntosh Trial 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....

A picture of the courtyard, taken from the upstairs senior hallway, on March 2, 2020, 10 days before the lockdown.

March 12, 2020: The Lockdown

Yunju Lee, Managing Editor/Features Editor Mar 12, 2021

Last year, on Thursday, March 12, everyone went home, not quite knowing what to expect. That day, FCBOE announced that students and teachers would not go back to school for the rest of the school year...

Our Black Voices: The Stories of Black McIntosh Students and Faculty

Jordyn Mobley and Yunju Lee Feb 28, 2021

We thought it was important to create this video because in a predominantly white school, black voices are not as well heard. We interviewed various students and faculty members in order to produce this...

Black History Month

February is Black History Month, an annual celebration to recognize African Americans and their role in U.S. History. This was started by Carter G. Woodson in 1976, and people have used this month to honor...

This is what the hallways look like on the yellow schedule. There are many people, but not as much. Soon, hallways will be packed when we go back to green.

Student Body Yay or Nay About Green Schedule?

Jordyn Mobley, Yunju Lee, and Landon Wilde Feb 2, 2021

On Wednesday, Feb. 3, FCBOE will be going back to the green schedule. FCBOE ran on a hybrid schedule since Jan. 15. Brick-and-mortar students were split back into their A and B groups, alternating between...

Trump Makes History by Being the Only President To Ever Be Impeached Twice

Landon Wilde, Jordyn Mobley, and Yunju Lee Jan 19, 2021

On Jan. 13, 2021, President Donald Trump made history by being the first president to ever be impeached twice. Trump was impeached the first time back in December of 2018 for “abuse of power and obstruction...

Illustration of Ossoff and Warnock

Georgia Senate Runoffs: What is Next?

Chris Tun, Staff Writer Jan 14, 2021

Austin Carmichael (12) was unable to walk down the field during the Homecoming Game because he was in quarantine so his brother walked down in place of him.

Seniors in Qurantine: How COVID-19 Has Effected the Class of 2021

Jordyn Mobley and Yunju Lee Dec 14, 2020

On Oct. 19, all FCBOE schools had transitioned from the Yellow Schedule to the Green Schedule because of declining numbers of positive COVID-19 cases. However, as of Nov. 20, the number of positive cases...

Photo credit: Creative Commons

UNICEF x Unbound: Families Helping Families

Yunju Lee, Managing Editor/Features Editor Dec 10, 2020

McIntosh’s chapter of UNICEF partnered with Unbound, a nonprofit sponsorship organization, to support children and families in developing countries. The program was first introduced by senior Luis...

(Left to right) AJ Chadha (12) and Justin Austin (11)

Annual McIntosh Talent Show

Yunju Lee and Jordyn Mobley Nov 24, 2020

The annual McIntosh talent show took place on Saturday, Nov. 7 in the McIntosh football stadium. Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the talent show was not able to be held in the auditorium like usual because...

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