The Chant

Tribal Connections is currently hosting a Grain drive to gather various grain products, such as cereal, bread, and oatmeal, to send off to people in need. The Kennesaw Business Association (KBA), proposed the drive to TC, and its members encourage students to bring sugary and tasteful cereals and grain products to donate to children in need. “I decided to engage in the drive to help kids and families in need. It’s for a good cause and I know that I contributed something to these kids to make them happy,” Rahel Kefetew, head of the drive, said.

Make it rain with grain

Julyana Ayache, Reporter, Photographer
March 4, 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.

Go team!

Nia-Simone Sherwood, Photographer, Videographer
February 1, 2019
Asuzu takes the chance given to him by TC to speak at the Kennesaw Business Association meeting hosted at Kennesaw State University. Representing NC with a bright and happy smile, Asuzu begins his speech.

Chike Asuzu: Chief of the Tribe

Naoshin Kaiser, Photographer
September 7, 2018
Today marked the end of the canned food drive hosted by Tribal Connections. Members collected cans from every classroom and placed them in the TC room following first period, where they were packaged in boxes and taped shut. Officials will announce the winning school on Saturday, November 4, at the Taste of Kennesaw.

Counting cans

Natalia Alvarez, Photographer, Reporter
November 2, 2017
NC student buys a $20 homecoming ticket from a volunteer two days before the event. The 2017-18 theme, LA to the A, begins in Los Angeles while traveling to three major cities before arriving in Atlanta. The homecoming dance will take place on Saturday, September 16th, in the cafeteria.

Passport to Homecoming

Taylor Teli, Photographer
September 14, 2017
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