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An Israeli flag is seen amidst a pro-Palestine rally.

Israeli-Hamas War Causes Fear and Anxiety Throughout the World

Gabe Elkinson and Daniel Sommerfeld November 8, 2023

“I will never forget Saturday, Oct. 7. I will never forget what Hamas did to my people,” says 14-year-old Israeli Boris Fridman to The Forum, in response to the attacks by Hamas.  At around 6:30...

Inter Miamis Lionel Messi (10) takes a first-half shot at goal as Atlanta United defender Miles Robinson (12) applies pressure during a Leagues Cup group stage match at DRV PNK Stadium on Tuesday, July 25, 2023, in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. (Matias J. Ocner/Miami Herald/TNS)

Atlanta United Headed to Playoffs Following Average Season

Hazel Hughes, Feature Editor November 7, 2023

Atlanta United has officially clinched their playoff spot in this year's MLS season, reigniting hope in many fans for the chance of victory again. Back in their second season in 2018, United not only made...

Levine plans on moving to
Asia after his graduation.

Paideia’s Teenage Businessman

Nayan Dodge, Social Media November 7, 2023

Over the last year, Paideia senior Trane Levine has worked tirelessly to build a marketing business from the ground up. Levine started his business endeavors in Sept. 2022, creating a dropshipping business....

Students Excel in Non-Paideia Sports

Krish Leveille, Editor-in-Chief November 7, 2023

Paideia students are involved in a lot of school-sponsored activities, from clubs to sports. Still, many Paideia students do incredible things outside of the school that do not receive as much attention.  Two...

The girls Varsity Basketball team has their first regular season home game Nov. 14 against Decatur High School.

Tip-Off Can’t Come Soon Enough for Girls Basketball

Aria Hammerstrom, Staff Writer November 7, 2023

After another successful season last year, the girls Varsity Basketball team is entering the year with high hopes. “I hope the team is able to find their own identity and [is] able to come together and...

The Pythons’ 2023-24 projected starting lineup features Sharif Kemp ’24,
Tristian Mitchell ’27, CJ Harper ’26, David Smith ’26 and Frank Jackson ’26.

Sophomore Stars Gun for State Championship

Daniel Sommerfeld, Online Editor and Social Media Manager November 7, 2023

Last year, the boys Varsity Basketball team was one win away from winning the region in the regular season, but ended up as first round exits in region playoff. It is safe to say the team is ready to bounce...

The Pythons only hope to improve after their first meet of the season.

Swim Team Aims to Clear Rough Waters

Matt Witten, Sports Editor November 7, 2023

The Pythons are diving into another season of exciting swimming competition. The team, led by co-captains Maia Pope ’24 and Nat Hamrick ’24, took part in their first meet on Friday, Oct. 27. They had...

Problematic Parental Practices

Sonia Alizadeh, Opinion Editor November 6, 2023

Claustrophobia. That’s the feeling you create for your child when you’re too involved in their life. According to The New York Times, the term “helicopter parenting” arose in the 1980s to describe...

The Stitch will start construction over the Atlanta Downtown Connector next year.

Atlanta Announces Major New Development

Sawyer Brown, Staff Writer November 6, 2023

In March, the City of Atlanta announced a new infrastructure project, The Stitch, which will work to reconnect the city as well as to repair environmental damage that the industrialization of Atlanta has...

Nine-to-Five Jobs: Obsolete?

Reggie Moorman, Managing Editor November 6, 2023

Due to the ongoing technological revolution, and people across the globe starting to view the world from many different perspectives, a revelation has started to sweep the younger generation in mass. Many...

Student-Run Musical Young Frankenstein Comes to Life

Student-Run Musical ‘Young Frankenstein’ Comes to Life

Maisey Brown, Editor in Chief September 26, 2023

  Paideia students gathered to rehearse, sing, and dance, putting on this year’s student-run musical, “Young Frankenstein,” a comedy about a doctor who visits his notorious grandfather’s...

UCLA Bruins quarterback Dante Moore warms up before a non-conference game against North Carolina Central at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on Saturday, Sept. 16, 2023. (Luis Sinco/Los Angeles Times/TNS) ©2023 Los Angeles Times. Visit Distributed by Tribune Content Agency, LLC.

Major Changes in College Sports in Coming Years

Walker Dunn, Editor-in-Chief September 21, 2023

College sports fans are gearing up for a very new world of college sports following some major changes in format, particularly conference realignment and CFP format changes. This summer, the PAC-12...

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