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Morgan Brown

Morgan Brown, News Editor

NC Magnet senior Morgan Brown has written and photographed for The Chant since 2017 and currently serves as the site's News Editor. In this role, she examines, edits, and supervises every story in The Chant's news output, forming an essential part of the paper's operation. She previously worked as the newspaper's Ad Manager and Public Relations Manager, coordinating advertising and fundraising efforts across various industries and platforms as well as working to boost the sites involvement in social media. At last years Georgia Scholastic Press Association awards Morgan won Superior Caption Writing by herself and Superior Opposing Opinion in conjunction with fellow staff member Isabella Keaton.

As devotee of the works of George Orwell, Jane Austen and other influential early literature authors, Morgan plans to major in English at Georgia State University to spread the word of the classics as a literature teacher. In her free time, she enjoys painting, reading, shopping at thrift stores, and spending time with her boyfriend, Jacob. With her cats Shadow and Tie in tow, Morgan shows off her eccentric personality with her endless funny voices and quirky jokes.

Her love for art, including the digital form, is evident in her blog “Pixels and Paintbrushes” where she shows off her paintings skills and the interesting video games that consume her time. She regularly displays her paintings and advocates for the expression of individuality and hopes to show students that being a little weird is a good thing.

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The Senior Carnival provided friendly competition allowing seniors to come together, joust one another, and see who would remain as the last one standing To start the joust, competitors stood on the elevated platforms and whacked one another, which became a popular game among the seniors. “I say NC is getting better and better every year. I hope this carries on in the years to come, especially with Mr. Moody as the principal,” senior Nico Eastep said.

Senior Day 2019

May 3, 2019
Public school safety

Public school safety

December 12, 2018
Overlooking the Sydney Harbor from the famed Sydney Harbor bridge, the group enjoyed the ships passing by and the view of the Opera House and downtown area. After a half-day hike around the city and across the bridge, the group huddled to view the city from the center of the 3,700 footbridge. “It was interesting to see the Opera house and bridge and all the parks but Australia felt like a normal big city. It wasnt very different than one youd see in the United States,” Magnet senior Steven Tran said.

Oi, Mate!

August 19, 2018
Glasses, useful for reading and for style helps a person express themselves, add personality to a face. Students grow attached to their frames, and to their signature style.“I love my frames, I never want new ones,” Goke-Pariola said.

Glasses make the girl

February 27, 2018
	Senior Turner Markwalter prepares to present his ASR project. Magnet students spent their junior years collecting data and doing research, culminating in the final ASR presentation during their senior years. “You can tell how much work they put into everything and even though it’s been a year, how well they know their information,” moderator and junior Chike Azuzu said.

From ASR to AP Research

February 16, 2018
Time to dump the Trump

Time to dump the Trump

November 17, 2017
Sluggish students drag themselves to school in full sleepwear for Red Ribbon Week’s pajama themed day. This week students dress purposefully, honoring the fallen DEA agent that inspired the week, as well as competing for ribbons. Although not the most productive day, as junior Harrison Haley said, “PJ day offers a wide variety of ways to express yourself and lets you dress comfortably as well.”

Pajama party

October 23, 2017
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