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Georgia will face danger from climate change

November 15, 2018 Ada Wood 0

Science has proven that the Earth’s climate is changing. 97 percent of actively publishing climate scientists agree that human activity is the cause for change. According to NASA, climate change will drastically reshape the planet […]

Arts & Living

How to pull off a successful Friendsgiving

November 14, 2018 Sara Abdulla 0

Like traditional familial Thanksgivings, Friendsgiving, a fusion of the words “friends” and “Thanksgiving,” is about expressing gratitude for loved ones and all the blessings that come with life. As has been emphasized during the recent […]

Campus News

Advisement center angst

November 14, 2018 William Solomons 0

With the semester nearly over, students flock to the University Advisement Center to get advice on their classes and to better mould their schedule so that they can graduate on time with a degree. However, […]

Arts & Living

A healthy obsession with soup

November 13, 2018 Samuel Puckett 0

Fall is here, rudely bleak after a bright and sweltering summer. Soup is the perfect culinary compliment to the damp drearies of fall. Economical, environmental and easy to make, soup saves time and waste like […]

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