Gisele Chiang-Tenbrock Editor-in-Chief 24 June 2020 “It’s just so unfulfilling to not end up enjoying the end of the road –graduation– as much as I enjoyed the memories that led to the end of road: […]
Kyleigh Eaton Staff Reporter June 1, 2020 Nailed It! Nailed it! is a series that came out in 2018 that takes three contestants that aren’t that great at baking, and during the bake-off the […]
Black Student Union took the key focus of what Atholton is all about and projected that onto the stage in this year’s BSU assembly. The assembly involved music, spoken words, dance performances, and dialogue by a combination of students in the club.
Have you ever thought about working at your dream job starting in high school? Some students start their junior or senior year in the Intern/Mentor class.
Suffice to say I had no idea what I was doing at the Drama Learning Center, waiting for the next showing of Brooklyn: The Musical.
The situation at hand was that radicals had overtaken the train and there were only 60 minutes to get off.
I would consider myself to be more of a “homebody” than the adventurous type. That is not to say I do not step out of my comfort zone for certain activities, but lying in bed is a lot more comfortable than being outside and actually physically exerting myself. However, when I was given a Fish Out of Water segment to write, I chose to try zip lining through the trees.
Hundreds of students crowded the gym on Friday, January 31st, cheering as they took part in Atholton’s first winter pep rally in recent memory, made possible by SGA’s executive board and members.