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Are “Learning Styles” A Myth?

Zachary Furbush, Staff Writer April 2, 2020

Learning styles do not exist. Visual, auditory, reading and writing, kinesthetic... These “learning styles” represent an example of neuromythology. Like hemispheric dominance, only using 10% of our...

Do Schools Kill Students' Creativity

Do Schools Kill Students’ Creativity

Trey Kuhn, Jacob Haslett December 10, 2019

In this day and age, there is more of a demand than ever for unique and creative people in the workforce. However, at the same time, there is also a severe lack of people who are able to develop unique...

Can A Student's Activism Hold a Candle to Real World Problems?

Can A Student’s Activism Hold a Candle to Real World Problems?

Trey Kuhn, Staff Writer November 11, 2019

Many people have heard of the name Greta Thurnberg, but who is she and what has made her so popular?  Her identity and what she does may not have much of an impact on people right now, but in another...

The Psychology of Attachment Objects

The Psychology of Attachment Objects

Zachary Furbush, Staff Writer November 7, 2019

As you walk around school, and see random people with odd objects and little stuffed animals, have you ever stopped to wonder “What are those people doing?” After reading through a plethora of scholarly...

Is Water Wet

Is Water Wet

Allison Oldani, Staff Writer November 7, 2019

There is one question that prevents the good students of Forsyth Central from sleeping at night. They toss and turn, contemplating the question that has no easy answer. In most cases they think they know...

Social Media

Social Media

Heidy Lopez-Rangel, Staff Writer September 24, 2019

Today’s youth has access to the internet which offers a wide selection of social media - Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and YouTube are some of the most common ones. Within these sites, many have created...

Donut worry, all you need to know about the new donut shop

Donut worry, all you need to know about the new donut shop

Izzy Busse and Allison Oldani, Staff Writers September 1, 2019

Looking for the best new donuts in Cumming? Check out Donuts Stop, located in Central Plaza across from FCHS . They opened Friday August, 16th and it’s been the talk of the town. Conveniently, they are...

Are We a Trophy Saturated Society?

Are We a Trophy Saturated Society?

Christina Cannady, Staff Writer April 15, 2019

Do we give kids too many trophies? The answer is not simply “yes” or “no.” There is actually quite a bit of psychology and studies around this topic. Today, kids are given trophies and awards for...

The Friends And Advocates Bookstore: A Hidden Feature Within The Library

The Friends And Advocates Bookstore: A Hidden Feature Within The Library

Sarina Starling, Staff Writer February 8, 2019

 The Friends and Advocates organization began its run in 1995, founded by a community of bibliophiles. There are several locations for The Friends and Advocates franchise: Post Road in Cumming, Sharon...

Do We Need Cable Anymore?

Do We Need Cable Anymore?

Brianna Noto, Editor February 6, 2019

It is the age of streaming music, TV shows, and movies. Services such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, and HBO Now allow users to stream what they want, when they want, most of the time without commercials...

Donald Trump is no Ronald Reagan

Donald Trump is no Ronald Reagan

Jake Gant, Staff Writer December 5, 2018

In 2016, Donald Trump was constantly compared to Ronald Reagan. As one of the most successful businessmen in the world, a television personality, and a former Democrat, it seemed as if he was blossoming...

Is “The Nightmare Before Christmas” A Halloween Or Christmas Film?

Is “The Nightmare Before Christmas” A Halloween Or Christmas Film?

Pierce Garramone, Staff Writer October 14, 2018

The Nightmare Before Christmas, a classic, critically acclaimed holiday movie turned 25 years old yesterday. The movie centers around Jack Skellington, the “pumpkin king” and representative of the...

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