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

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

The Chant

Judy Stubblefield

Judy Stubblefield, Photo editor

Hi. I’m Judy Stubblefield; aspiring photojournalist by day, avid Tumblr-er by night. Currently a senior at North Cobb High School, I am the Photo Copy Editor of our school’s online newspaper, The Chant. Throughout all four years of my highschool career, I have been involved in the journalism department and with the backing of fabulous staffs, have been able to win photojournalism awards from the Georgia Scholastic Press Association: All-Georgia Sports Photo (2012-13), All-Georgia Feature Photo (2012-13), and the MVP of GSPA’s Georgia Journalism Academy (2014). I dream to one day travel the world and pursue photojournalism professionally. Though a woman of few words, I believe in speaking the full, journalistic truth and documenting stories that matter.


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Keeping it clean

Keeping it clean

Judy Stubblefield, Photo Editor-in-Chief
May 13, 2015
Mrs. Browns class takes a moment to go outside and enjoy Kennesaw’s first surge of snow.

[Photo] First Snow

February 18, 2015
Today, Stephen Revard kicked off the school’s first ever Warrior 101. The program was started to help new students integrate into the North Cobb student body.

[Photo] Warrior 101

February 4, 2015

[Photo] Hunter Hayes excites Gwinnett Arena fans with Dec 6 concert

Alex O'Brien, Reporter, Photographer, Videographer
December 12, 2014
Though school lunches have changed due to new regulations, the crowds have not thinned. School lunch purchases have actually risen.

Going broke going healthy

Judy Stubblefield, Photo Editor-in-Chief
December 16, 2014
Escorting his student Cadet Lt. j.g. Lien Nguyen, Commander Joel Reaves USN (ret.)  shakes Assistant Principal Joseph Horton’s hand in celebration of her success in ROTC program. “Unfortunately, her parents could not make it to the presentation. When she asked me to escort her in the place of her parents, I was completely honored.  Before I said yes, I wanted to make sure it was okay with them first. She has been a part of the program for four years and I was certainly happy to escort her. She makes me proud.”

[Photo] Senior Night

November 14, 2014
Never fear, technologys here

Never fear, technology’s here

Judy Stubblefield, Photo copy editor
December 30, 2013
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