The Chant

Erinn Gardner

Erinn Gardner, Editor in Chief

Erinn Gardner, a Magnet senior at NC, joined The Chant due to her overwhelming passion for writing and exhibiting creativity. Inevitably, school is a great stress producer, but the newspaper is her escape. In addition to writing, Gardner thoroughly enjoys painting, creative projects and traveling. She also practically resides at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights, where she graciously volunteers every weekend. 

As Gardner concludes her highschool years, she eagerly prepares for adulthood. She wishes to attend Spelman College and eventually pursue screenwriting. Although she genuinely does enjoy journalistic writing, she loves the imaginative aspect of writing scripts for films and commercials. She intends on living life to the fullest and making this a reality with the support of her friends and family.


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With time dwindling until graduation, seniors tend to suffer from horrendous cases of senioritis. This entails students losing motivation to pay attention, participate in school events and complete basic tasks. However, mechanisms to maintain the minimal amounts of ambition they do possess certainly exist.

Cures to senioritis

January 22, 2023
NC eagerly welcomes Tonya Polk and Mark Giles as its newest administrators. With years of experience in the field, they can confirm they possess a knack for education. Although they surely bring different qualities to the table, both wish to interact with students, as well as positively impact their lives.

NC welcomes new admin

August 24, 2022
Technological advancements significantly impact the evolution of younger generations pastimes and hobbies. While present in previous generations, technology appears to deprive newer youth of their childhood with the numerous apps, programs and games available to them.

Technology vs. toys

April 14, 2022
Atlanta welcomed numerous high profile musicians to Piedmont Park on Saturday September 18th and Sunday September 19th for the annual Music Midtown festival. 21 Savage made his way to the Version stage at 6:30 on Saturday evening.

Magic at Music Midtown

September 23, 2021
Understanding Drake and Kanye West’s feud leads into a complicated hole of rivalry, deception, pettiness and mental illness; all stemming mostly from the latter. However, the recent controversy from West, mainly from him releasing Drake’s address through an instagram post, has heads turning. The leak potentially put Drake and his three-year-old son, Adonis, at risk and in harms way. Regardless, the question remains of whether this could deter audiences from listening to, let alone enjoying, Kanye’s music. The profitability of his future endeavors remains unknown, and the larger question of where the path of no return for separating the art from the artist begins.

Battle between GOATs

September 22, 2021
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