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North Forsyth junior, Noah Smith, regards the LGBT community with respect and high praise, addressing the importance of acknowledging how the LGBT community sought reform. “I think that our history is us dying,” Noah says earnestly. “After a while, everyone said, ‘All right, fine,’ but there’s still the discrimination and hatred. I think history is important for every community.”

Kicking, Clawing, Fighting: A Brief History of the LGBT Community

Ashton Bruce, Staff Writer November 2, 2016

“In the mid-nineteenth century, heterosexuality and homosexuality are created.” The words, coined by journalist Károly Mária Kertbeny, were written in chicken-scratch writing in a letter mailed...

Humanity was born to change the world with every step of their earth shaking feet, yet witnessing the fear and weakness of today’s culture truly poses the question, “What happened?”  People were once unstoppable machines of change, and this article shows the some of finest figures of history that stand and show the unrelenting personality of the human spirit.

Those That Define Humanity

Bim Peacock, Photo Editor March 12, 2015

Of all the issues complained about in this modern day in age, the pettiest one by far, is the fact that people do complain.  The point is well understood: people have struggles here and there of various...

Ukraine Calls for 100,000 Men

Ben Bramblett , Staff Writer February 9, 2015

Pro-Russian rebels in Ukraine are asking to gain 100,000 men in support of their rebellion against Russia. Leader Alexander Zakharchenko called upon the Ukrainian Military, after about seven mortar fire...

What a beautiful place for rebellion to catch fire.

SOS Venezuela

Bim Peacock, Staff writer March 4, 2014

As battles between Middle Eastern countries continue to ignite, rebellions in the Ukraine catch fire, and turmoil begins to spark within Eastern Asia, life would seem to go on peacefully in the western...

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