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Luis Ponce

Luis Ponce, Features Editor

Luis Ponce is in his senior year of High School at North Cobb. He was born in Mexico City, is the youngest of two and has a mop-looking dog named Puffy.  He moved to Atlanta, Georgia at the ripe old age of three. Other than dealing with his Senioritis and having existential crises every five seconds, Luis can be found reading, drawing or watching his favorite movies and TV shows on Netflix. After school he participates in various clubs like Helen Ruffin Reading Bowl, Book club and art club. 

This is his first semester in The Chant,and he signed up in hopes of becoming a better writer, making new friends, and learning how to speak out and use his voice. He enjoys almost every type of journalism, but he especially enjoys when it deals with Entertainment or History.

In the future he plans on writing his first novel, starting his own online clothing store, and studying animation at SCAD to end up working as a concept artist at Pixar. You can check out his art on his Instagram art page: @Horselemons

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Recently the 92nd Academy Awards aired on ABC and this year the ceremony had a handful of remarkable moments such as the show-stopping performances and speeches. The award show also set many new precedents for the majority of its categories, best represented by Parasite becoming the first foreign film to win Best Picture.

Highlights from the 92nd Oscars

Luis Ponce, Features Editor
February 13, 2020
Listen up Seniors! Herff Jones came to visit once again to receive orders for senior cap and gown and other products. Make sure you place your orders in time when they visit or online.

Cap and gowns for sale

December 5, 2019
Throughout this week, NC librarian Lisa Wheeler facilitated a free book give away for students. She and her assistant, Karen Morrell, donated books to benefit anyone. “It originated from my moving this summer and my kids wanting to get rid of a lot of their books. My assistant, Karen Morrell wanted to do the same with her kids books. So we came up with this pile of books that we didn’t want to give away to just anybody we wanted to benefit any students at the school who enjoy reading,” Wheeler said. She plans on asking teachers and students if they would like to donate books of their own.

Book giveaway

August 29, 2019
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