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Brantley Jenkins

Brantley Jenkins, Columns Editor

Brantley Jenkins is a sophomore at South Forsyth High School. He is a first year staff writer that also plays guitar, bass, teaches karate, and is a big theater nerd. Most of the time he will have earbuds in, blasting music. If you see him walking down the hallways you’ll most likely see him with miss-matched Vans and ripped jeans. If you need to get into contact with him you can email him at [email protected] or his Instagram @settledbullet.

The Blue Angels and Thunderbirds flying over Roswell, GA. Bystanders stood and stared up at the sky watching the planes overhead.

US Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds honor healthcare workers

May 11, 2020
The US Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds flew over Atlanta to honor healthcare workers fighting against Covid-19.
The cover of The Slow Rush. Depicting sands flooding into a house, the cover exemplifies how over the course of time, all things are lost to the sands of time.

Tame Impala releases new single and album

March 14, 2020
Australian psychedelic rock band, Tame Impala, have released a now single along with promises of a new album in February.
Reliqa's watery world, Eventide. Australian quartet Reliqa is breaking into the metal scene. Released on November 9, 2018, Eventide is Reliqa's first full length album.

Tides bring in Reliqa

December 11, 2019

A new name is emerging in the hard rock scene, and its name is Reliqa. The Australian metal quartet, led by extremely powerful vocals from Monique Pym, is creating a new world to call their own. They use...

The Crüe returns

December 6, 2019
Mötley Crüe makes a surprise return to touring by blowing up their cessation of touring contract. They are back with a stadium tour of America starting in 2020.
Nancy Pelosi stands up against Trump during an office meeting. Pelosi leads the charge against Trump. The debate is over the Ukraine scandal.

The debate of impeachment

November 28, 2019

The President is under fire once again. Democrats are attempting to remove President Trump from the White House. Impeachment, the forced removal of the president, seems imminent when viewed from the Democratic...

Programs of both

The strength of loss

November 11, 2019
The South Forsyth theater program held two double features this past week, Lost Girl and The Strength of Our Spirit. The first is a psychological story centered on Wendy Darling, the girl who was taken to Neverland by Peter Pan. The second is a play in remembrance of those that died during the Holocaust.  Wildly different but equally good, the Southside theater program did not disappoint.
Powerwolf is taking on their most ambitious album yet with

The power of sacrament

November 8, 2019

Darkness and doom are coming to metal genres courtesy of German band Powerwolf. The band is composed of five wolves: lead singer Atilla Dorn, lead guitarist Matthew Greywolf, rhythm guitarist Charles Greywolf,...

Time for a swim. Students could pay a dollar for three shots to dunk a teacher of their choice. By popular demand, Mr. Mac was persuaded to participate, with a line of students waiting to dunk him. The AP World teacher took it very sportingly, jokingly challenging students and even changing his profile picture to him in the tank.

[Photo] Homecoming Pep Rally and Tailgate

October 21, 2019

Time for a swim. Students could pay a dollar for three shots to dunk a teacher of their choice. By popular demand, Mr. Mac was persuaded to participate, with a line of students waiting to dunk him. The...

Saving lives. South Suicide Prevention Day educated students, advising them to unite together to overcome the challenges of mental illness. Several symbols such as a heartbeat, semicolon, and yellow ribbon were advertised to show the value of continuing life.

More than just yellow shirts

September 26, 2019
As waves of orange and yellow flood the hallways of South Forsyth High School, the students bond together over a theme none should have to face alone.
From the American Dream to the American Nightmare. American Idiot is Green Day's seventh studio album that criticizes all things wrong with American media. They started out as a small time band in Oakland, California, growing to become of the most popular punk bands in history.

An Old Punk Classic: American Idiot

September 20, 2019
From the American Dream to the American Nightmare. American Idiot is Green Day's seventh studio album that criticizes all things wrong with American media. They started out as a small time band in Oakland, California, growing to become of the most popular punk bands in history.
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