The award-winning voice of North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia.

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The award-winning voice of North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia.

The Chant

The award-winning voice of North Cobb High School in Kennesaw, Georgia.

The Chant

Jasmina Buranich

Jasmina Buranich, Editor in Chief

Jasmina Buranich, a senior at NC, joined The Chant in 2022 to fulfill her passion for editing and learning about the writing techniques of others, sharing her opinions and research and networking with others. As she enters her last year on The Chant, she hopes to create meaningful memories with her fellow editors and reporters, meet new friends, highlight the successes of minority students at NC and continue publishing her research about the criminal justice system. When not writing, Buranich enjoys spending time with her friends, traveling with her family, volunteering in Cobb County and nationally, and helping her classmates with their academic assignments. After high school, Buranich hopes to attend a large university with a diverse student body and, hopefully, a student-led newspaper.

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The United States takes on the conflicts with the norovirus, commonly known as the stomach flu. Given the norovirus’s highly contagious and deadly nature, the U.S. government and its citizens must all play a role in minimizing its effect. Fortunately, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has outlined various steps and risk factors for Americans to look out for.

Norovirus in the United States

Jasmina Buranich, Editor in Chief
April 16, 2024
To celebrate the beginning of Women’s History Month, The Chant has recognized three outstanding female authors. Female-written novels, non-fiction books and other forms of writing offer unique perspectives and an insight into womanhood. Overcoming significant barriers as authors, these women have defied the status quo and revolutionized the writing world.

Writing women’s history

Jasmina Buranich, Editor in Chief
March 13, 2024
As if the American people—primarily the Democratic party— did not already feel convinced enough about the election interference charges against former president Donald J. Trump, the Supreme Court of the United States received a petition from the former president Monday, December 11, asking for immunity. With the 2024 election on the rise and caucuses and primaries only weeks away, there lies a possibility that the defendant may feel that the prosecution holds sufficient evidence to convince the court of his guilt. Nonetheless, the question that SCOTUS must answer reigns on the principles of the rule of law, and with this notion, nobody remains above the law.

The democracy-threatening petition

Jasmina Buranich, Editor in Chief
December 13, 2023
While spending time behind bars, the two million people in American prison systems turn to recreational activities to pass the time. Art comes in various forms—podcasts, drawings, paintings and more— and serves as a way for incarcerated individuals to express themselves. As universities and programs lean toward social justice and inclusion, two platforms remain notorious for their work with and for US incarcerated talents.

Exposing hidden incarcerated talents

Jasmina Buranich, Editor in Chief
November 27, 2023
As society takes on the world of social media, people begin to receive their news information in different ways. From TikTok to YouTube, news sources have created accounts on popular social media apps to cater to younger generations and the evolving media. Though people will wrangle about the supposed dying field of journalism, social media apps have proved that journalism exists and progresses in a different light.

The supposed dying field

Jasmina Buranich, Editor in Chief
September 17, 2023
Senior Executive Directors Mary Anglin and Holly Stallings have revived NC’s chapter of the University of Georgia’s (UGA) Miracle. Miracle aspires to aid Atlanta families with children suffering from cancer and blood disorders through fundraising events. As the program continues to grow into the most populated program on the university’s campus, its efforts have extended to NC. The club plans to meet every other Thursday morning for students who wish to change the lives of courageous and deserving Atlanta families.

UGA’s Miracle plants roots at NC

Jasmina Buranich, Editor in Chief
September 11, 2023
Approaching the wrap-up of the 2022-2023 school year, NC families enjoyed their final and most exciting break yet: spring break. The majority of NC families spent April 1 through April 9 relaxing in the comfort of their homes and spending time with their families. Although, with popular vacation destinations in the Sunshine State such as Panama City Beach, Destin, Seaside and Miami, heaps of students and faculty enjoyed their break at the coastline.

NC takes a break

Jasmina Buranich, Copy Editor
April 13, 2023
NC athletes, teachers and coaches will gather around the NC Arena April 1, 2023, to watch the unveiling of the schools newest addition. Welcoming a pool to NC will allow the swim and dive team to practice at home and most importantly, welcome an exciting, year-long sport: water polo.

Water polo takes over NC

Jasmina Buranich, Co-Copy Editor
April 1, 2023
NC’s Early Childhood Education (ECE) teacher Becky Young runs NC’s preschool with the help of ECE students. The fall semester brings various entertaining holidays for the teachers and children to celebrate. Young hosts an event for the preschoolers to meet with Santa and eat snacks for their last day of preschool for the semester December 8.

BREAKING: Santa Claus visits NC

Jasmina Buranich, Co-Copy Editor
December 8, 2022
As fashion trends rise, people recognize the effect of styles, patterns, colors and cuts on their self-perception. The phenomenon of enclothed cognition suggests that clothing items hold power over psychological and physical processes. This sensation received additional attention as researchers, doctors and professors refer back to the subject to justify bodily operations and emotional changes.

The feeling in the fabric

Jasmina Buranich, Co-Copy Editor
November 1, 2022
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