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The Lady Eagles maintained a share of the CAA regular season title with a 53-21 win at ACA on Tuesday night.  Rabun Gap played better on the offensive end to build a 21-11 halftime lead.  The Lady Eagles used an 18-3 third quarter to blow the game open.  Ali Wilkins led the Lady Eagles with 10 points.  Alex Lysicanova finished with 9 points and 2 assists.  Alyssa Humes had 8 points and 5 rebounds.  Dammie Balogun added 6 points, 11 rebounds, and 2 assists.  Meona Feather had a solid game with 5 points, 9 rebounds, 8 assists, and 2 steals.  Rabun Gap (13-6) hosts Legacy Charter on Thursday at 5:00 PM.

The French Club found a nice way to brighten up a gloomy and gray Groundhog Day at Rabun Gap. Club members worked hard for two days preparing crêpes for everyone on main campus, including US students, US faculty, Administration, Campus & Grounds, Maintenance, Technology, Housekeeping, SAGE, the Health Center, and more! The celebration revolves around La Chandeleur or Crêpe Day in France. Most French households make crêpes on this day. The word Chandeleur comes from "chandelle" (candle) and it symbolizes light. This tradition has a Christian origin as it celebrates the presentation of Jesus to the temple and completes the purification of Mary after childbirth. The crêpes which are round like the sun symbolize Jesus as the Light of the world. Thanks to the French Club for bringing light to a gloomy rainy day!  Pictured L-R:  Pickle Anda '17, Jack Liddle '16, Toni von Spiegel '18, Frida Cyuzuzo '17.

Pictured L-R, Amirah Adem '17, Hadleigh Egler '17, Christian Trevathan '16, and Irene Kim '17 recently participated in the American Math Contest 10/12 (AMC).  The AMC's goal is to spur interest in mathematics and to develop talent through the excitement of solving challenging problems in a timed multiple-choice format.  A special purpose of the AMC is to help identify those few students with truly exceptional mathematics talent.  One in a series of examinations followed in the United States by the American Invitational Examination and the USA Mathematical Olympiad, AMC participation ultimately culminates in the International Mathematical Olympiad, the most prestigious and difficult secondary mathematics examination in the world.  Lead the Way Amirah, Hadleigh, Christian, and Irene!

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