The Chant

NC seniors Reed Walker, Ryan Camesa, and Christine Call utilize the communitys public facilities to study for their upcoming finals and complete homework. I think this is a great place to study because its a productive working environment, especially the Quiet Zone. It just really allows me to focus and thrive academically, especially during finals, Camesa said.

Into the community we go!

Tara Anastasoff, Editor-in-Chief, Photo Editor
November 29, 2018
The removal of trees commenced construction for the new Acworth-Kennesaw Regional Library on the corner of Blue Springs Road and Old 41 Highway. “I was pained to see all the trees go. I know what the purpose was for, and overall, I think it is going to be a good thing provided they have a well-managed landscape. It would be a really cool thing if Greenhouse Gang got involved with whoever is doing the designing, and maybe be able to keep a few native trees and plants,” sponsor for NC’s Greenhouse Gang club Ms. Aughey said.

Out with trees, in with the books

Rachel Maxwell , Social Media Manager
September 5, 2018
Cobb County’s plan to bring together Acworth and Kennesaw libraries progresses into a physical plan for the consolidated library.

Libraries at risk due to budget cuts

Madeline Powers, General Assistant, Photographer
April 10, 2018
Although most students typically enjoy reading on their phone, some still like the feeling of a book in their hands. Thankfully, the media center still offers a variety books to check out.

Bookworms unite

November 9, 2015
Sophomores Richard Walden and Carlton Chester opt for a quieter setting to enjoy their lunch, the library. “I like eating in the library because quiet and I can actually hear my friends and hold a conversation,” Chester said. “For example, we were just having an interesting conversation about Pokémon.”

Library Luncheon

January 20, 2015
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