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Teacher Shortage

Trinity Vidal, Chief Editor September 13, 2022

As the new school year begins, students start to see so many new faces, whether it’s teachers or faculty. However, what isn’t seen is the struggle it has been to hire these new additions. Since the...

GCPS gets a new chairwoman

GCPS gets a new chairwoman

Lydia Lunceford, Opinions Staff Writer May 10, 2022

As of Thursday, January 20th, a new GCPS Chairwoman was elected. Her name is Tarece Johnson, or Dr. Tarece, and she represents all or portions of the Berkmar, Discovery, Duluth, Meadowcreek, and Norcross...

Photo of Target store

Can you really make $24/hour at Target?

Alejandro Czako, LHS News Staff Writer May 9, 2022

This year, the big-box store company, Target, has raised the minimum wage from $15 per hour to up to $24 dollars per hour. Also, workers who work at least 25 hours per week will receive healthcare...

Crazy in love: what would you do if your mother did this?

Sydney Scott, Opinion Editor May 9, 2022

Love is an emotion with no limits. It has endless boundaries and can’t be defined to one thing. This emotion can even lead to other emotions like jealousy, lust, regret, and hope. Somewhere in this mix...

Coachella 2022 recap

Devyn Lao, Photography Editor May 3, 2022

Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival is the well-known music festival held in Indio, California, in the Coachella Valley. The event is over two consecutive weekends and has hosted a wide range of artists...

Welcoming the newest Supreme Court Justice

Kori Joseph, Sports Staff Writer May 3, 2022

On February 25th, 2022, President Joe Biden nominated Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to serve as a Justice of the United States Supreme Court, and on April 7th, 2022, a group of senators confirmed her nomination....

GCPS’s newest high school coming fall 2022

Liana Jones, Sports Staff Writer May 3, 2022

Seckinger High School is the newest school in Gwinnett county. In October 2021, Gwinnett County announced that they were building a new high school, and it will open in August 2022 to relieve the Mill...

Best hiking trails in Georgia

Jonathan Thompson, G&B News Staff Writer May 3, 2022

Spring is now here, and people will begin to adventure in the great outdoors. One of the best activities to do in the spring is hiking. Hiking is a great way to get outside and enjoy nature. Here in Georgia,...

How to spend your spring break stay-cation

Devyn Lao, Photography Editor March 31, 2022

Spring break is right around the corner, and that could mean a beach trip with friends, a ski trip up north, or for most, a relaxing week at home. For some, staying at home sounds like the worst way to...

Man gets a heart transplant… from a pig!

Raegan Gaylor, LHS News Staff Writer March 31, 2022

Organ transplants are a very common and normal procedure. In fact, almost 100 are performed each day, according to Donate Life Colorado. Normally, organ donors are people who have unfortunately passed...

Protect the fur babies

Kirsten Vanden Bos, Opinions Editor March 31, 2022

Animal testing is cruel and should not be used. The negatives by far outweigh the positives. Not only is it morally wrong for us to test on animals, but testing on animals does not provide accurate results...

Womens History Month Trivia Night

Let’s go girls: a look into Women’s History Month

Saniya Scott, Photographer March 25, 2022

The United States has had many problems with inequality and prejudice amongst people of different races, ethnicities, sexualities, and genders. One way that the United States has shown recognition in a...