Why I’m quitting politics

October 19, 2012 James McDougald

I consider myself informed if not well read by way of current events.  I have some understanding of our economic situation, the ongoing wars in the Middle East, and a general idea of how human […]

Student Vox

October 16, 2012 Miles Keenlyside

Your voice | Your opinions The Atlanta City Council has passed a new law that prohibits aggressive panhandling and panhandling within 15 feet of a building entrance or exit. The new ordinance could result in […]

We forgot to feed the vegan

October 16, 2012 Ami Dudley

My fellow burger-bitin’, cheese-chompin’, nugget-poppin’, ice cream-scoopin’ students…we have ourselves a problem! We forgot to feed the vegan! Yes the Vegan! That one friend that makes us feel like we’ve committed capital murder on Nemo […]

The state of Church & State

October 16, 2012 Miles Keenlyside

By Miles Keenlyside | Opinions Editor Recently Georgia Representative Rick Crawford representing the 16th district announced that if he is re-elected this upcoming November, he would switch his party affiliations from Democrat to Republican. This […]

MF Fliers

October 9, 2012 Online Editor

Have you ever tried to ‘get the word out’ by taking a bunch of scrap paper and handing them out to strangers so that they can throw it away right after you hand it to […]

Kill the hype!

October 9, 2012 Hunter Bishop

You know what my least favorite thing about sports is? Hype. I mean, seriously. We take these games, hype them up to disproportionately high levels, and then act surprised when they don’t live up to […]

Editorial

October 9, 2012 Miles Keenlyside

At his State of the University speech last Wednesday, President Mark Becker shoveled out the praise for the apparently “excellent” progress across “all aspects” of the university’s mission. Our benevolent leader lauded numerous accolades the […]

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