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The Student News Site of Roswell High School

The Sting

The Student News Site of Roswell High School

The Sting

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Harry Styles breaks gender norms through fashion

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business January 6, 2020

In 2010, five boys were grouped together on the British entertainment show X-Factor and created the boy band: One Direction. Although, one member stands out, constantly pushing and redefining the limits...

Chick-fil-a shifts to be more progressive

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business December 10, 2019

Chick-fil-a just announced that organizations which support anti- LGBTQ+ efforts will not earn a peep from the multimillion dollar fast food company. After its long anti-LGBTQ+  stance, Chick-fil-a released...

Thinking of Black Friday shopping? Prepare for the frenzy.

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business November 21, 2019

Jumping at the first sight of holiday cheer, stores and businesses all around the United States take advantage of the urgency and participate in every penny-saver's dream: Black Friday. Extreme discounts...

Students spend hours preparing for the AP and SAT testing. Photo credit: Ava Weinreb

College Board monopolizes the college application process

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business November 11, 2019

As our high school careers come to a close, for many of us the idea of college begins to loom overhead, creeping into our lives whether we want it to or not. The excitement and newness of college and the...

Mr. Martin looks forward to a new exciting year as assistant principal| Photo credits: Roswell High School

Hornets welcome new assistant principal Mr. Martin

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business October 3, 2019

This year Roswell welcomed a new assistant principal to our staff, Mr. Josh Martin. While he may not be a new face in the building, he is now taking on new responsibilities and a new perspective on the...

A look into the candidates running for president in this up coming 2020 election. Credit: Ava Weinreb

Who is running for President?

Ava Weinreb September 18, 2019

Michael Bennet: Bennet is the sitting senator for the state of Colorado since 2010, when he first started his political career, although prior he served as a lawyer for the United States Justice department...

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How to pack your suitcase with helpful tips and tricks

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business May 16, 2019

   Getting ready to travel far and wide can be a nerve racking ordeal. Trying to figure out what exactly to pack and how to fit everything into the tiny suitcase is a trip of its own. However, I have...

Fun outdoor places to roadtrip to this summer

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business May 15, 2019

Ever find yourself bored of what’s happening in Roswell? Well here are a few places perfect for a day road trip to the beautiful outdoor scenery in and around Georgia.   Amicalola Falls: The...

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A look at Mrs. Hartigan’s legacy as Student Council sponsor

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business and HR May 10, 2019

   After years of dedication, dozens of dances and pep rallies, Mrs. Hartigan will no longer sponsor the Roswell Student Council. While Student Council is a student run extra curricular, a teacher sponsor...

Players out on the field planning for their next player with their fellow team mates.

Powder puff review

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business, Instagram Captain April 18, 2019

The annual Pennies for Patients Powder Puff game occured last month. The event features both junior and senior girls in a friendly game of flag football, while also raising both money and awareness for...

Hundreds gathered in downtown Atlanta for the Martin Luther King Jr. day parade, in which the state of our government and its possibility of another shutdown was widely discussed. |Photo Credit: Ava Weinreb

The shutdown is over, but what is next?

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business March 25, 2019

President Donald Trump called for a government shutdown on Dec. 22 in order to give Congress time to come up with a deal regarding his request for $5.7 billion for a wall along the southern border. The...

All the astounding flims nominated for best picture.| Graphic: Cami Schiappa

Which Oscar nominee should have won best picture?

Ava Weinreb, Director of Human Resources and Business March 12, 2019

The 2019 Oscars was one of a kind. Without a host this year stars from all aspects of Hollywood gathered to commemorate all of the films featured this year. The dresses and ambiance of this year's award...

Roswells new bins are now complete with the Roswell City logo which have now been distributed to every home in the Roswell district.  Credit: Ava Weinreb

Is Roswell’s new $285,000 investment “wasteful”?

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business February 15, 2019

New, large, black trash cans were administered to all Roswell residents this past month. The weeklong distribution of the new cans has left many families wondering what to do with their old ones. Residents...

The Skills USA Food Drive box located in Ms. Lavenders room in AA hall | Credit: Ava Weinreb

Holiday Hornet program brings joy to kids in need

Ava Weinreb December 10, 2018

Roswell has never been known to shy away from tradition and the love for the holiday season, and this year is no exception. Numerous amounts of clubs, students and teachers have decided to participate...

Congressional Youth Council meets with former Congresswoman Karen Handel to learn about the process of becoming Georgias sixth district representative. Credit:Beatriz Estevez

Karen Handel visit receives icy response

Ava Weinreb December 10, 2018

Amidst a hectic midterm election campaign, congresswoman Karen Handel visited Roswell High School's Congressional youth council to speak about her life as a woman in federal government as well as answer...

Are we using or abusing the internet?

Ava Weinreb, Director of Business, Instagram Captain, Human Resources Captain, Editor of People-page October 29, 2018

It’s inescapable; the internet is now intertwined into every aspect of our lives, whether we are willing to accept that or not. It’s used in almost every community as a tool for growth and research:...

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Greek environment in decline

Ava Weinreb, News Editor, Director Of Business, Instagram Captain, Human Resources Captain, Editor of People Page April 13, 2018

Greece is commonly known for its rich history in mythology, delectable foods and stunning scenery. Although underneath all of its glorious features lies several pertinent issues that are eating away at...

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