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Nia-Simone Sherwood

Nia-Simone Sherwood, Media Editor

Nia-Simone Sherwood enjoyed news more than the average kid. When Nia found out there was a whole class dedicated to it she had to sign up right away. Nia-Simone was born on September 2, in Marietta, Georgia. The oldest of two children, Nia’s use to the required responsibility.

In the beginning, Sherwood didn’t always have the idea or dream of being a journalist. Her first career choice was to become a film and tv actress. Although Nia-Simone's career choice has changed, her interest and hobbies have not. Nia loves creating and performing, whether that is acting out a skit, to playing music, to writing. She enjoys it all. Nia-Simone is also working on furthering her journalistic skills by being apart of VoxAtl, a media platform based in Atlanta written by teens for teens. In the last year, she was part of their investigative team which explored mental health issues amongst teens. 

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With avid milk drinkers unaware of the origins of dairy production, the truth of the process shocks consumers nationwide. Although campaigns put in place attempted to promote milk consumption, later, the changing diets of Americans caused a shift in preferences, increasing the demand for dairy milk alternatives. These drink alternatives take store shelves by storm, and creative recipes fill the dinner plates of willing experimenters.

An Udder Tragedy

December 19, 2019
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May 16, 2019
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
Not so genius

Not so genius

April 1, 2019
 Tribal Connections (TC) hosted their annual Hoopcoming pep rally in the Arena on Friday, February 2. Students excitedly showed their Warrior spirit as they prepared for the basketball game against school rival Kennesaw Mountain. NC students cheered on the basketball players and showed their support for the upcoming game. Students also flaunted their own moves during TC’s Shoot your Shot activity, where hopeful romantics could aim for the basket in hopes of receiving a box of chocolates and a rose to give to their crush.

[PHOTO] Go team!

February 1, 2019
My kids watch what?

My kids watch what?

October 24, 2018
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