The Chant

The Warrior’s basketball team will take on the Kennesaw Mountain Mustangs, a long-time rival, tonight January 15. Along with the competitiveness of tonight’s game, Relay For Life set the theme as “Pink Out” and will collect donations to fight against cancer. “I am excited to see how the game turns out since Kennesaw Mountain is such a huge rival to NC. I cannot wait to see everyone decked out in pink,” sophomore Drew Dodd said.

Come “b-ball” with the Warriors!

Elyssa Abbott, Reporter, Photographer
January 15, 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

Nati Duron, Nati Duron
October 26, 2018
	Students celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month by decorating classroom doors with creative spooky themes. Next Monday, judges will determine whose class wins the prize basket full of snacks. “Isabella Keaton and Adrienne Schuller took charge of our door. They decided to theme it up with Halloween and saying ‘scare away’ breast cancer. I love the idea, but they have full credit for it,” Economics teacher Marcus Marenda said.

Breast cancer can’t scare us!

Rachel Maxwell, Social Media Manager
October 19, 2018
In honor of October as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, NC changed the usual orange-out Friday to a pink out today. Relay 4 Life spent the past couple weeks selling “We Are Pink” shirts for students to wear. “I wore three sparkly ribbons for the people I knew who had breast cancer that died, and the other three are for those who had breast cancer and are still living,” said senior Ashton Husbands, wearing her We Are Pink shirt. “I’m really happy for the pink out day, because it’s extremely important to me.”

Pink Out

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