The Atlanta HIV Epidemic That Remains

January 16, 2018 Sydney Bloeme 0

HIV in Atlanta has steadily climbed to reach an epidemic level on par with developing countries and isn’t getting any better. Earlier this summer, Dr. Carlos del Rio, co-director of Emory University’s Center for AIDS […]


Weekly News Briefs: Jan 15

January 16, 2018 Samuel Puckett 0

Local Flu season turns deadly in Georgia The Georgia Department of Public Health has confirmed there have already been five influenza-related deaths this flu season. The most dominant strain this flu season is H3N2, associated […]


Weekly Crime Blotter: Jan. 15

January 16, 2018 Samuel Puckett 0

Jan 8 Attempted suicide At the university Lofts, a Georgia State student attempted suicide. If you see something… A call was made from Kell hall about suspicious behavior by a Georgia State student. The case […]


Weekly News Briefs: Jan. 8

January 12, 2018 Christina Maxouris 0

Local Atlanta Freeze nearly over Atlanta, and much of the south, endured temperatures far below freezing beginning Thursday. Temperatures reached down to as low as 10 degrees, with wind chill. According to their twitter, the […]

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