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Yoga Club comes to Gaither

Haley Solomon, Graphics Team

September 14, 2011

Filed under Features

Yoga, a physical, mental, and spiritual discipline originating in India, is now coming to Gaither. Danielle de Gregory, AP Psychology teacher and certified yoga instructor, has decided to start a yoga club to share with Gaither’s...

Students offered incentive for perfect attendance

Catherine Bacon, Features Editor

March 3, 2011

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

For seniors across America, the closing semester of their final year of high school translates to one thing: senioritis. A symptom of which is the tendency to miss an obscene number of school days. In an attempt to counteract...

Gray hairs, acne, and wrinkles-oh my!

Cameron Valdez, Staff Writer

January 5, 2011

Filed under Features, Uncategorized

While many students are excited about the fast approaching winter break, many are dealing with increasing levels of stress as mid-terms and AP exams draw near. It is important to be mindful of the effects stress can have on both...

Recreational Sites make for efficient use.

Kevin Sardja, Webmaster

November 1, 2010

Filed under Features

Done with homework? There’s a whole wide world of websites to explore on the Web, ranging from academic resources to just silly fun. It’s time to put down the Facebook and Twitter and check out these neat sites. Writer’s Digest:...

Mu Alpha Theta Makes Comeback

Jackie Lawson, Staff Writer

October 13, 2010

Filed under Features

With over fifty members and five sponsors, Gaither’s Mu Alpha Theta club is slowly but surely making a comeback. Before head sponsor Nathan Hicks took on the challenge of leading this club, there was a long stretch of time...

‘No Hate’ Group forms after Teacher Falls Victim to Hate Crime

Kathryn Farah, Staff Writer

June 26, 2010

Filed under Features

Family Consumer Sciences teacher Toby Flicker approached her door just like she would any other day. Yet this afternoon, Nov. 19, what she saw made her stop. What she saw plastered on the door was a symbol that has come to be...

History Teacher Finds Calling in Unexpected Place

Kelli Eichorn, Sports Editor

June 26, 2010

Filed under Features, Top Stories

Many students can never imagine their teachers as anything but the uptight, strict person they see each day. But as the student, history teacher Tom Lind was what some today would call a “slacker.” Being in a classroom was,...

Silly Bandz Gain Popularity with Students

Rachel Kim, staff writer

June 25, 2010

Filed under Features

The squiggly, vividly colored rubber bands that cling tightly to high school students’ wrists are telltale signs of a new fad captivating adolescents everywhere. These simple rubber bands are more than meets the eye; when worn, t...

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