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Seven Decades

Hans woke up from his coma to find a world radically changed from the one he left in 1940.  Photo Source:

Jack Scott, Staff Writer

March 1, 2017

On a dreary afternoon in New York City in mid-April 2016, a man’s eyes opened for the first time in 76 years. The light of the hospital room was, while dim to others, nearly blinding to a man who had not seen light in over seven decades. It took a few minutes for his eyes to adjust, but when they did,...

From Behind the Glass

The wind howls, and the sun peers through the clouds. Haylie Shea Hatch studies the world around her because she knows some will never gaze upon the colors that the sun paints into the sky. Hatch breathes in the world, so she can show others how to breathe it out.

Julie Day, Staff Writer

March 9, 2015

The smell of fresh bread wafts down the suburban boulevard while the limitless atmosphere hoists cotton-like clouds in place overhead. Perhaps there are fluorescent street lights and late city nights. There are people dotting the globe, always on the move. Time is just a man-made concept; time is infinite. Unfortunately,...

The Subway

The Subway

Noelle Walker, Facebook Admin

October 21, 2014

When I was 7 years old, I dreamed that my sister would die from cancer. Three months later, she did. Four years after that I had a dream that I would be in a car accident. That morning, I refused to get in the car. My panic was so real, that my dad went and checked it. He found nothing wrong,...

North Forsyth Bleeds for Charity

Ben Strube, Online and Design Editor

March 11, 2014

On Monday, March 10, 2014, the students of North Forsyth began to enter the old gym and sign in for their time slots at the Red Cross blood drive. Arriving in waves split up throughout the normal school day, countless students meeting the specific health requirements of the Red Cross were allowed to...

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