The Accolade

First Death in Georgia Death Linked to Vaping

Mia Muse, Staff writer

October 4, 2019

For the first time, a death linked to vaping has been reported in Georgia, adding to the nationwide total of 18. According to the Georgia Department of Public Heath, the patient that died from vaping had a history of "heavy" ni...

Don’t Delay – SATs, ACTs and FAFSA Deadlines Loom for Seniors

Kiara Bradley, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

If you’re a senior and aspiring to continue your education after high school, it is important to take early advantage of FAFSA and SATs/ACTs.  FAFSA is the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, which is a form that ...

Why is suicide awareness important?

Haisa Nguyen, Staff Writer

October 2, 2019

Imagine this scenario. Your friend has been a little down lately, but you figure everyone has those days and you dismiss it. First, they stopped talking to you as frequently. You used to talk so much to the point where the teac...

Color-Coded Passes Limit Bathroom Choice

Kiara Bradley, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Soon, Centennial will exchange its original bathroom passes for a new color-coded system. Each hall bathroom will have its own designated color, which will correlate to the color of the passes. The change is obvio...

Barrett McAree is the Top Runner on Centennial X-Country Team

Mia Muse, Staff Writer

September 18, 2019

Centennial's junior Barrett McAree is the top runner on the Centennial Knight's cross-country team.  Barrett has been running since freshman year making this is his third year running cross-country for Centennial. Cro...