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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Flex your voting sticker

November 7, 2018 Sydney Bloeme 0

Every election, Georgians are faced with both a task and prize: Do your civic responsibility and be awarded a glossy sign of democracy, the famous “I’m a Georgia Voter” sticker. You know the drill. Show […]

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Not that kind of party

November 6, 2018 Samuel Puckett 0

The midterm elections are all anyone can talk about. Friends, Twitter mutuals and coworkers — everyone asks if you’ve voted. And don’t think you can’t get involved because you’re a student. Student-led political groups are […]

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Photo Story: Did you miss Afropunk this year?

November 1, 2018 Unique Rodriguez 0

Every year, Atlanta welcomes the “Carnival of Consciousness” that is AfroPunk. Afropunk not only redefines punk, every year expanding their community of rockers, but it creates space for important conversations around African-American people, their struggles […]

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Read this if you’re going to Netherworld

November 1, 2018 Josh Winston 0

Housed in a large building in Stone Mountain, Netherworld Haunted House’s new theme, The Awakened, features an impressive array of horror vignettes and tropes that are sure to scare even the most discerning spectator. The […]

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Workwear is Fashion with a capital “F”

October 28, 2018 Samuel Puckett 1

Chore coats, carpenter pants, utility vests, carabiner-clipped keys to a nylon belt, neon safety stripes and denim, denim, denim. The on-the-job uniform has become the defacto uniform of 20-something cool guys. The only thing that’s […]

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