The Chant

Nati Duron

Nati Duron, Videographer/reporter

Nati Duron, a senior at NC, is a videographer and reporter for The Chant, likes to write about saving dogs from Petland and make videos about conspiracies. Newspaper serves as her outlet for writing, and she feels so lucky to be a part of such a great class. As her final year of high school starts to unravel, she wishes to succeed academically and in Journalism.

Videography has always inspired Nati; the way stories come to life makes her want to videotape everything. Along with videos, Nati finds that writing is a passion. From poetry to journal entries, Nati feels everything felt, said, or imagined must be documented.

Music is very important to Nati. Each day she jams to her favorite artists Lana Del Rey and Paramore and even likes to relax and listen to Tchaikovsky. Seventies music, including Led Zeppelin and ABBA, though an odd contrast, appeal to Nati and she loves jamming to rock and “hippie” music.

Always next to Nati is her best friend Rachel. Both of them love journalism, and it is a dream that they pursue it in their careers. The two of them have made lifelong friendships in Newspaper, and they could not feel more blessed because of it.

Expect coverage on pop culture and conspiracies from Nati, and the ideas she will bring to The Chant will help her strive to be the best reporter she can be.

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apanese exchange students from Kochi Minami High School visited NC’s Japanese language class. Families hosted the exchange students in their homes for one week, showing them around NC and Atlanta. As the exciting week came to a sad end, all students who participated will never forget the everlasting friendships and memories made on the trip.

Warriors for a week

March 20, 2019
	At tonight’s football game, students, friends, and families will wear pink to show awareness for breast cancer. Because October serves as Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Relay For Life sold pink shirts to students and teachers so they could show their support. “I am a big supporter of Relay For Life here at North Cobb. I’m proud of my association with it, my sister is a 15-year Stage 3 breast cancer survivor, so I celebrate the research that’s been done and I want to support it anyway I can. So wear pink, and let’s yell ‘Go warriors’,” AP Psychology teacher Melanie Shelnutt said.

Warriors in pink

October 26, 2018
	From yellow posters to gold T-shirts, students showed their support for Rally Club, an organization that raises awareness for childhood cancer. “Rally is a club that donates money to not only raise awareness for childhood cancer, but also to raise money for the research,” senior Brittany Aguilar said. In the past, the club gradually declined, until recently when senior Cierra Walsh brought it back to life. As a foundation, Rally hopes to promote awareness for childhood cancer through fundraisers and overall support of the community, and through their determination, members will keep the club alive and prospering.

Come support RALLY!

September 21, 2018
Stunt Double Day

Stunt Double Day

September 30, 2018
Stunt Double Day picture

[PHOTO] Tacky Tourist

September 30, 2018
The new school year at NC brought significant changes, including a modernized school website. Instead of the ordinary site that students grew accustomed to, people scrolling on www.northcobbhigh.org will now see athletes and students showcased on a slide of pictures, categories of the classes, staff, and departments, and will find it easy to navigate on the site. “I love that our school changed the website to look more appealing and attractive to those who browse on there. I feel it will really show what ‘Warrior Nation’ is all about,” senior Anna Vickery said. Scroll through the new website today to see a more organized and fresh platform of NC.

New website, who dis?

August 24, 2018
With the start of this school year came the enforcement of a new rule. At lunch, the courtyard is typically packed with students from all grade levels, but now, only seniors have access to this area. To access the courtyard during lunch, the student must show their school ID to confirm their grade level. It is way less chaotic in the cafeteria, but I miss being outside and enjoying the nice weather junior Jess Campos said.

Can I see your ID?

August 9, 2018
Mrs. Dowling’s fourth period art class worked on a project where they drew out pictures in the courtyard to create interactive chalk art. “It was a beautiful day and they never get the opportunity to draw, which they really love” Dowling said.

Chalk zone

October 6, 2017
The subconscious retains a specific way of telling you how to solve an issue in your life: through dreams.

Dreams decoded

September 15, 2017
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