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National Novel Writing Month has a website. (Photo from Google)

Tips To Finish NaNoWriMo

Emma Simmons, News/Sports Editor November 18, 2020

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) happens every year during the month of November. Both newbie writers and seasoned veterans can participate, churning out new pieces of literature for both public...

Calligraphy is a fantastic skill to have as it is great for making birthday cards, bullet journaling, school projects, etc. It may seem complicated at first, but after time and practice, you’ll be writing in fancy lettering in no time.

A Quick How to Guide on Fancy Lettering

Grace Wood, Editor-in-Chief January 30, 2020

Freshman Zoe Smith is Holding up her device, showing that Wattpad doesn’t work on our school’s wifi.

Wattpad, Blocked!

Amber Cabezas, Staff Writer December 11, 2019

NFHS Blocked Wattpad? Wattpad is a writing and publishing website. It was founded by Ivan Yuen in 2006. Stories on here can be read by other people around the world. Writers and readers can be included...

Reading lets you escape to another world that no one else will see.

E-Books versus Physical Books

Bella Angell, Staff Writer February 23, 2016

Which is better: e-Books or physical copies of books? The debate has gone on for such a long time.  Some people like e-Books for the convenience, and others like physical books because of the smell. I...

Thirty-three percent of students have admitted to plagiarizing.

Is Plagiarizing Really Worth It?

Andrew Willings, Staff Writer February 17, 2016

The rewards of plagiarism and other forms of copying another’s work may seem abundant; however, several have repeatedly established that all that is being done during plagiarizing is hurting the writer....

The broadcast room is home to many students at Grady College and hosts live local news shows every week day with a special dedication to local Athens sports on Fridays.

Grady College of Journalism

Hailey Yarbrough, Associate editor January 14, 2016

University of Georgia proved itself during the football season against numerous other schools including Georgia Tech, its biggest rival. But what about the academics? Is there anything special about the...

“Annotations do not let me enjoy books anymore. Whenever I go to read, I do not imagine what is happening in the story. I start thinking of the rhetorical devices used throughout it. I don’t read as much as a did before annotations were a part of my life.” – Tinaye Gibbons

An Open Letter to Annotations

Kristin Iler, Staff Writer January 8, 2016

Dear Annotations, You really are something, with all of your analytical madness, symbolism, and infinite imagery. Why must you keep us up for hours wondering how much deeper we can go into a paragraph,...

“He who rides the sea of the Nile must have sails woven of patience.” –William Golding

My Commonplace

Jessica Prouty, Staff Writer September 14, 2015

Everyone has that one quote they will never forget. Whether it is from a movie, a book, or even something their best friend said in a crisis situation that made things seem just a little better, it is...

The 4th period Journalism class is all smiles about the numerous awards and recognitions that have recently been announced. “I think we have a phenomenal group of students and I love seeing our talented writers win so many awards,” stated Mrs. Rose, the Journalism teacher.

Journalism Program Awarded and Recognized

Gracen Martin, Staff Writer April 28, 2015

The North Forsyth High School Journalism program and many of its students have been awarded and recognized by many associations and contests. The NFHS Raider Wire newspaper and the Threshold literary...

Pictured above is NFHS sophomore Savannah Keith, who has recently won two awards for her poetry at both a regional and national level. Savannah plans on “becoming an author in the future and making my voice heard.”

NFHS Sophomore Savannah Keith Wins National Award

JoAnn Ahn, Staff Writer March 27, 2015

Sophomore Savannah Keith has been recognized for a regional and national award for Scholastic Art & Writing Awards. The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards program began in 1923 and recognizes the...

When we learn not to compare ourselves with others, we free up the time and the space to focus on ourselves and think about how we can improve as individuals.

A Lesson in Comparing Yourself

Matthew McFadden, Staff Writer March 16, 2015

“I’m not good enough.”  That one, crippling thought often plagues my mind, popping up unannounced, like weeds shooting through a patch of vivid dandelions.  This happens every time I try to write...

The Scholastic Art and Writing Award Ceremony was an eye opening peek into the world of creativity.

Awards for North Forsyth Artists

Raicheal Havins, Staff Writer May 7, 2014

For 91 years, the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards at Savannah College of Art and Design have recognized the exceptional vision of our nation's youth, providing a unique opportunity for students to be...

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