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Amber Roldan

Amber Roldan, Editor-in-Chief

Amber Roldan, an eager senior at NC, joined the newspaper staff in 2019 to pursue her dream career in the journalism field. Fueled by her faith and coffee addiction, she loves surrounding herself with friends and family.

If Roldan isn't behind the screen writing or editing articles, she can usually be found on stage. Roldan indulges herself in the realm of theatrics and serves as NC’s Standing Ovation Drama Board President. In her limited free time, she loves exploring new coffee shops, blasting Taylor Swift, thrifting, and attending Mass on Sundays. 

Honored to serve as The Chant’s Editor-in-Chief, Roldan remains ecstatic to see what senior year holds. She looks forward to embarking on this journey and sharing it with The Chant’s readers.



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NC culinary, chorus, orchestra, JROTC, and ASL students joined forces on Thursday morning to honor local servicemen and women in the observance of Veterans Day. The collaboration from these students paid off and provided local veterans with an honorable service genuinely thanking them for upholding America’s freedom.

NC celebrates honored veterans

Amber Roldan, Editor-In-Chief
November 12, 2021
Menstruation serves as a natural process experienced by women throughout the world. Menstruation products remain essential goods purchased by women across the world. Despite the necessity of these products America’s government profits from feminine products through the enforcement of the pink and tampon taxes.

Patriarchal Periods?

Amber Roldan, Features Editor
April 13, 2021
Insomnia Cookies continues to wow the world with their delicious desserts. The company derived its name from the infamous sleep disorder, insomnia. The bakery stays open until 3 am, providing the perfect late night snack for hungry customers.

Insomnia cookies combats cookie cravings

Amber Roldan, Features Editor
February 11, 2021
Over the past 28 years, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have perfected their elaborate Christmas light display. Their fine-tuned annual production takes over 2,000 hours of labor accumulated over the course of four months. The Taylor’s hard work produces exponential amounts of Joy throughout Kennesaw’s community as Lights of Joy sits at the top of many Georgians’ holiday bucket lists.

Lights of Joy illuminates Kennesaw 

Amber Roldan, Features Editor
December 9, 2020
Americans across the nation silently struggle with Dyslexia. The learning disability effects 43.5 million people across the globe making it harder for them to read and write.

Debunking Dyslexia

Amber Roldan, Features Editor
December 8, 2020
NC staff and students diligently work to incorporate COVID-19 protocols into the beloved SWAW tradition. Donations, student volunteers, social distancing, and holiday masks will allow 2020’s SWAW to continue to bring holiday cheer to underprivileged children across Kennesaw and Acworth.

Help Save Shop With A Warrior

Amber Roldan, Features Editor
December 7, 2020
Shop With A Warrior constitutes an ancient tradition that holds a special place in the hearts of NC’s community. This year, SWAW will look different with smaller teams and COVID-19 regulations. NC still needs SWAW student volunteers, sign up and pay today in Admin 1 to take place in this memorable event and foster change within your community.

Sign up to participate in SWAW!

Amber Roldan, Features Editor
December 4, 2020
Dear Teachers,

Dear Teachers,

Amber Roldan, Features Editor
November 22, 2020
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