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

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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

Rosalyn Schwanke

Rosalyn Schwanke, Reporter

Rosalyn Schwanke is a sophomore at NC. She adores vintage fashion and music. Though she now loves reading and writing, particularly poetry, in her earlier childhood she hated anything that made her crack open a book. Her personality differs wildly depending on her environment, but she wants to learn something from her environment no matter where she is. She is a member of several clubs around the school and outside of it and is the social media manager of the NC chapter of Key Club. Her free time is dominated by music, books, journaling, creating things and makeup. While the future seems foggy to her now, she knows she wants it to hold a positive impact, no matter the size. 

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Young people bear the burden of trend-setting, so as the fashion pendulum swings again, the TikTok generation takes the lead. As these young people experiment with style and self-care, hats deserve a reevaluation. Whether plumed or knitted, these creative accessories belong on the heads of the fashionable.

End hat hate

Rosalyn Schwanke, Reporter
April 2, 2024
Poetry holds the modern reputation of an unvaried type of writing particularly meant for artistic people. The writing form, however, becomes diverse in its varying forms and its readers. Several aspects of poetry capture a unique sense of imagery one can mold to one’s interests. Poetry holds its rich and colorful history as poets reform it in the modern era.

The pros of poetry

Rosalyn Schwanke, reporter
November 10, 2023
Horror stories haunt Lake Lanier with tales of ghost towns, graveyards and ladies of the lake. While time exaggerates the town’s murderous history, it remains a testament to the realities of Southern Gothicism. The lake claims a far greater number of lives than its local counterparts and retains an air of dread from locals. Despite the tragic ambiance of the area, the lake continues to accumulate about 10 million visitors each year.

Do not go near Lanier

Rosalyn Schwanke, Reporter
August 28, 2023
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