The Atlanta Streetcar of yesteryear

October 4, 2018 Shari Celestine 0

Citizens of Atlanta look down on the Atlanta Streetcar. Early last year, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported that ridership is a fraction of what the city expected, operations costs are higher than projected and the system […]


We get paper when you read the paper

October 3, 2018 The Editorial Staff 0

“We are the physical manifestation of independence.” That quote comes from our editor-in-chief, Daniel Varitek, who doesn’t write this editorial or contribute to it at all because he’s not on the editorial board. In fact, […]


Dislike: Facebook

September 26, 2018 Shari Celestine 0

Before the 2016 election, Facebook users were harvested like low hanging fruit, ripe for the picking, for corruption and lies. The company responsible, Cambridge Analytica— headed by President Donald Trump’s ex-key advisor Steve Bannon—lied to […]


A flame in the darkness

September 25, 2018 Angel Nelson 0

Editor’s Note: The following address, unedited and in full, was requested to be published in The Signal by Student Government Association President Franklin Patterson. I ran on three words, “Spark the flame”. Words that have […]

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Mutiny In The White House

September 19, 2018 Shari Celestine 0

Thanks to the arrival of an anonymous op-ed published in The New York Times last week, we now know there is a resistance within the White House working to frustrate parts of President Donald Trump’s […]

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