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Hannah Gresham

Hannah Gresham, Features Editor

Hannah Gresham, a senior at NC, joined the newspaper in 2020 to refine her writing skills and make new friends. Sadly, she only experienced the class online, and now as the features editor, she looks forward to the classroom environment with all of her peers. Gresham is a middle child, with an older brother and younger sister who also attends NC. 

Gresham enjoys listening to music, reading, working out, and hanging out with friends. She hopes to travel more in the future, and next year she intends to travel to Europe with NC’s magnet program. Gresham plans on attending college after graduating and studying to work in pediatrics. She hopes to involve herself on her college campus and join clubs while living to the fullest.

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After a year of advocating for her idea, teacher Kathy Ezzel can finally implement the idea to add a Chick-Fil-A to the NC cafeteria. Despite the initial cost, the idea should pay for itself quickly and gain lots of revenue. “I think teachers will enjoy it too, so really this will benefit everyone. As of next year, we will have a new and improved cafeteria,” Ezzel said.

Chick-Fil-A comes to NC

Hannah Gresham, Features Editor
March 31, 2022

Hundreds of Britney Spears’ fans swarmed the streets in September to show their support for the pop star. Bright pink flags with the phrase “Free Britney waved in the sky and hundreds of posters voiced their support to end the conservatorship. With the help of fans and Spears’ courage, she finally gained the freedom she desired.

Popstar Britney Spears finally free

Hannah Gresham, Features Editor
December 8, 2021
On September 26th, hundreds of mourners congregated in Holbrook, New York to pay their respects to Petito. Fire trucks positioned themselves on either side of the funeral home as everyone filed into the building. Posters also hung from a chain link fence adorned with pictures of Petito and messages, focusing on one primary statement made from her aunt in a letter: “She touched the world.”

She touched the world

Hannah Gresham, Features Editor
October 25, 2021
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Teach One to Lead One mentors can no longer come to schools in person but instead carry out the lessons through Zoom calls. Despite the challenges, they aim to make the atmosphere as normal as possible, even allowing students to earn T1L1 bracelets and candy after answering questions correctly.

Teach One to Lead One

Hannah Gresham, Features Editor
October 8, 2021
The Women’s March, a group that defends reproductive rights, convened a nationwide mass mobilization to protest Texas’ controversial new abortion law. The widespread rage caused the group, and over 90 other organizations, to organize this national call and hold marches in almost every state. Pro-choice advocates can join, find or host a march on their page and donate to the cause.

The new Texas heartbeat bill

Hannah Gresham, Features Editor
October 8, 2021
One of the most popular destinations in Kennesaw Georgia, Oolong Bubble Teahouse, sells a variety of teas. The cafe, owned by women of color, provides both fresh and milk-based teas with numerous toppings. Every customer leaves the anime-themed teahouse with a satisfied smile and newfound desire for the sweet drink.

The rise of the boba generation

Hannah Gresham, Features Editor
September 15, 2021
The sisters sell most of their baked goods around Christmas seeing as this season people often buy numerous gifts and bake endless treats. They bake their Christmas sugar cookies in shapes resembling Christmas trees and stars, adorned with sweet, colorful icing. “There’s no question in my mind that these cookies are absolutely the best… [They are] so fresh and professional looking. Please keep it that way- along with your cookies your presentation of the cookies will be your sales mantra- you have an absolute business started!”  dedicated customer Joyce Wheeler, said.

Simply Delicious Cookies

Hannah Gresham, Reporter
October 30, 2020
“Everyone here is like a big family. Sometimes when a big gust of wind will come and someone’s tent will begin to fly away everyone rushes over to help. It’s nice to have this close, little community,”  a vendor at the market who sells plants, Al Jorgenson said. His packed stand contains succulents and other greenery that sit in small, colorful pots.

Acworth’s Farmers Market

Hannah Gresham, Reporter
October 19, 2020
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