The Chant

As 2020 draws to a close students nationwide look back on a tumultuous year filled with drastic changes to their day-to-day lives. As they moved from classroom to keyboard some could not help but wonder if things would ever return to normal. The day of carefree face to face interaction has seemingly passed, however, and students and families must decide whether returning to school in person for the spring semester of 2021 feels right to them.

Looking back at high school with COVID-19

Dominik Perez, Entertainment Editor
December 12, 2020
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From social distancing to mask-wearing, Black Friday looked to entail a bizarre version of the busiest shopping day of the year. As online shopping dominates the market this year with staggering numbers, violent brawls remain a memory keeping customers both safe and healthy. The question now–what will 2021 mean for Black Friday? And how will the economy recover amidst a deadly pandemic?

Black Friday 2020 vs the 2000s

Hannah Luck, Archives Editor
December 9, 2020
Class of 2021 and their stolen senior year

Class of 2021 and their stolen senior year

Elyssa Abbott, Editor in Chief
November 25, 2020
Although times and technology change, NC’s yearbook remains constant. Year after year, the yearbook staff compiles NC’s history into a neatly laid-out book, detailing the people and events that make the school. “I often tell my yearbook staff that they have the pulse of the school. This year, our pulse rate has slowed because there just isn’t as much going on. We knew going into this year that gathering content would be our biggest challenge if we continued to approach the yearbook in the same way that we always had, so we decided to shift our focus away from the school at large and focus more on the individual students who are still thriving in their own ways,” Yearbook Advisor Stacy Baldwin said.

Yearbook: 1999 and now

Jenny Loveland, News Editor
October 23, 2020
Quarantined for Halloween?

Quarantined for Halloween?

Ren Lloyd, Rporter
September 28, 2020
This year, partnering with the North Georgia State Fair, MUST Ministries will collect canned goods at the event. Each fair guest can donate seven non-perishable canned goods and in exchange will receive a free ticket to the 2021 North Georgia State Fair. Throughout the pandemic, MUST Ministries has provided much needed relief to the community by giving out food to those in need.

North Georgia Taste of the Fair

Elyssa Abbott, Editor-in-Chief
September 23, 2020
Led by former CNN employee, Daniel Knode, NC students gain real-life experience through participating in Tomahawk Today’s esteemed program. With an earth-shattering pandemic altering the course of day to day lives, Tomahawk Today’s recording studio changed from NC’s halls to students’ living rooms. “Virtual learning has made it challenging for myself and the students to really get the full experience of Tomahawk Today, but they are doing great, and are still showing a lot of creativity,” Knode said.

Tomahawk Today’s Technology Triumph

Amber Roldan, Features Editor
September 22, 2020
Masks in the great outdoors?

Masks in the great outdoors?

Alyssa Veniskey, Reporter
September 21, 2020
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