girlFriends: Battle of the Bands

girlFriends: Battle of the Bands

“girlFriends” is an organization dedicated to giving back to Children's Healthcare of Atlanta through fundraising and in-hospital volunteer work. Every year, we put on an annual fundraiser, which happens to be our biggest fundraising activity for...  Read More »

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Snow-pocalypse Hits Atlanta

What started off as a few snow flurries on January 28, 2014 quickly escalated into the most memorable and publicly damaging two inches Atlanta has experienced this winter. [caption...  Read More »

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Our Future Lives in 3D

Imagine you are craving your own unique piece of chocolate or perhaps you would like to have a piece of personalized piece of jewelry. Because of the rise of 3D printing technology,...  Read More »

Anniversary of Facebook

Facebook turns 10

This Tuesday, February 4th, Facebook will celebrate a decade of social connectedness as the company reaches its tenth anniversary. A lot has happened in ten years,...  Read More »

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A Summer Abroad

A Summer Abroad

Lela Johnson, Copy Editor

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Q&A with Alex Pettyfer

Q&A with Alex Pettyfer

Lela Johnson, Copy Editor

The C&G had the incredible opportunity to sit down...  Read More »

and the “Color of the Year” is…

and the “Color of the Year” is…

Whitney Weiss, Social Media Editor

According to Pantone: Color Management, 2014’s “Color...  Read More »

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Atlanta’s “Manliest” Place to Eat

Atlanta’s “Manliest” Place to Eat

Ané Wanliss, Online Editor

So what’s the manliest place to eat in Atlanta? According...  Read More »

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams

Erin Ernst, Copy Editor

All hail Atlanta’s queen of ice cream. Hidden...  Read More »

Neuro Drinks: A Review

Neuro Drinks: A Review

Lauren McBroom , Staff Writer

Recently, the C&G was introduced to a line of unique...  Read More »

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Tuning into the Bearettes

Tuning into the Bearettes

Mary Catherine Thomson, Print Editor

In a thriving music community like that of Holy Innocents’, creative and entertaining performances seem to be all around us. From band, to choir, to...  Read More »

An intriguing addition to the HI speaker series is coming soon: Phan Thi Kim Phuc

An intriguing addition to the HI speaker series is coming soon: Phan Thi Kim Phuc

Clara Forrestal, Editor In Chief

Known as one of the most memorable photographs of the twentieth century, "Vietnam Napalm" depicts children desperately running from a South Vietnamese...  Read More »

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A Performance from Street Corner Symphony

A capella group Street Corner Symphony performed for...  Read More »

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Spring Pops Concerts

Tonight in the Fine Art’s Building, the first Spring...  Read More »

Sarah Borne stars in the lead role of Emily in "Our Town." Now that opening night has arrived, she reflects on her play experience: “I enjoyed hanging out with a new group of people and doing something I love in a school setting with great friends.”

A different type of play: “Our Town”

Holy Innocents’ upper school productions are typically...  Read More »

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An American classic in it’s 75th year

Here is a message from the Fine Arts Department about...  Read More »

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Spotlight: Katie Jacobs

Spotlight: Katie Jacobs

Senior year is a perfect time to reflect on the past four years of high school and really look at the big picture, which is exactly what Katie Jacobs has...  Read More »

Rusty Paul, Sandy Springs Mayor

Rusty Paul, Sandy Springs Mayor

Erin Ernst, Copy Editor

In January, Russell “Rusty” K. Paul was sworn-in as the second mayor of Sandy Springs. After former Mayor Eva Galambos retired following two terms,...  Read More »

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