How we demonized Halloween

November 2, 2013 Ami DudleyAmi Dudley

The lasting impression of your controversial Halloween costume Like every other holiday, Halloween has been adopted by culture after culture, decade after decade, and ultimately customized and transformed to fit our needs and wants. From […]

Why we should welcome unisex restrooms

October 2, 2013 Ami DudleyAmi Dudley

While the installment of unisex restrooms on Georgia State’s campus is the initiative of Georgia State’s Alliance for Sexual and Gender Diversity in the interest of transgender and gender non-conforming students, it’s an initiative that […]

White Student Union: on-time or wrong time?

July 26, 2013 Ami DudleyAmi Dudley

Two writers tackle the fog of controversy that surrounds Georgia State’s newest organization. “IT’S TIME” states the banner in large bold font on the home page of Georgia State’s newest and possibly most controversial organization.  This fall, our campus will […]

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