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Beware what? Oh, yeah…that
Free pancakes. I repeat: free pancakes
Acworth Family Eyecare
Integrated Plumbing Solutions
Priceless or pricey memories?
Say it like you meme it
Raffety’s first flight
Gymnastics team flips into a new season
ReLAX, it is lacrosse season
Put it all on the table
Kicking off the season
Computer Science teacher: Mr. Vacca
Connecting with school spirit
Etowah vs Pebblebrook
Is time up on streaks?

Laurel O'Brien, Reporter
March 18, 2019

The hourglass has become a symbol of stress that reminds avid Snapchatters to hurry and send their streaks. Maybe they have sent a picture of their forehead with the phrase “streaks sb” or received a black-screen picture with a red “s” scribbled on it. While some care more about streaks than grades, others see them as annoying.   “I just like talking to all of my friends throughout the day through Snapchat every day, and...

Homework overload

Madeline Bernard, Editor
February 28, 2019

Academics. Fine Arts. Languages. P.E. classes. Junior year is one of the most important years in a high schooler's career, and many students are trying to boost their transcripts with AP classes and flashy electives. However, the workload behind these classes can become unbearable. AP classes are academically rigorous courses that often require its students to do more demanding homework in order to retain the information learned in the class, as...

Tale as old as time

Nicole Martin, Editor
March 20, 2019

Music resonates around the room, and dancers fill the stage with perfectly choreographed moves, bringing the story to life. This April, the well-known characters from an age-old story are coming to Etowah for the drama department’s performance of “Beauty and the Beast.” “It’s [‘Beauty and the Beast’] a show I’ve wanted to do forever, and I felt like we were at a good place where...

Nickel-Eye’s double life

Holly Kate O'Brien, Supervisor
March 15, 2019

Imagine living a double life like Hannah Montana. Student by day and rapper by night, an Etowah senior is making a name for himself in the Atlanta rap scene. “Music is my life, and I couldn’t care less if I blow up and get famous because I don’t do it for those reasons. I do it because it makes me feel alive. I do it because I love every single thing about it,” Dalton Nicolai said. Nicolai,...

The Bros are back

Alyssa Pearson, Reporter
March 7, 2019

It has been a long time coming.  Extremely long.  More than 2,000 days—2,192, to be exact—since Jonas Brothers’ fans have had reason to celebrate.  Earlier this month, the iconic trio reunited.  The brothers announced their reunion on March 1.  “The Jonas Brothers, a great addition to my childhood life. I have loved them since I was a little child and became filled with nostalgia when...

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