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After school on Friday, Feb. 16 students Jonathon So and Jacob Plummer  explain popular board game

After school on Friday, Feb. 16 students Jonathon So and Jacob Plummer explain popular board game "Dungeons and Dragons" to photography teacher Alex Garver. The sponsor of Star wars club and fanatic of many popular board/video games had never attempted the game that was popularized yet again due to popular TV show, “Stranger Things”. “You taught us photography so we’re going to teach you D&D [Dungeons and dragons],” junior Jacob Plummer said.

Photo provided by: Miryam Elshaer

Photo provided by: Miryam Elshaer

After school on Friday, Feb. 16 students Jonathon So and Jacob Plummer explain popular board game "Dungeons and Dragons" to photography teacher Alex Garver. The sponsor of Star wars club and fanatic of many popular board/video games had never attempted the game that was popularized yet again due to popular TV show, “Stranger Things”. “You taught us photography so we’re going to teach you D&D [Dungeons and dragons],” junior Jacob Plummer said.

Miryam Elshaer, Multimedia/Web Editor

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On Thursday February 15 senior Art National Society member Alexis Casaccio is seen smoothing the edges of her glass etching in the Lake Brantley courtyard. "Right now I'm bringing the edges in so when I put it on a piece of paper the sharp edges don't tear the paper," Casaccio said. "I first drew it out and then I put it on top of the drawing and etched it in with a nail."
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Miryam Elshaer, Multimedia/Web Editor
Students nationwide, especially at Lake Brantley, take Advanced Placement[AP] courses during their high school career. Advanced Placement courses are administered by a non-profit organization called the College Board, these are classes that are provided at a higher level of rigor and difficulty than the typical high school course. AP courses are college level classes that...
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