September 2003 dawned upon a fractured planet. Bin Laden’s lingering threats paralyzed Americans, Israel and Palestine dueled in a fruitless land battle, the European Union railed against George Bush’s controversial Guantanamo Bay and the United […]
Another successful year of Atlanta’s music festival has come and gone. According to the AJC, more than 50,000 people crammed into the confines of Piedmont Park–and that’s only counting rainy Saturday. Concert-goers weren’t garbed in […]
After three years of attending Georgia State with a nagging desire to participate in a study abroad program, I finally decided to go for it.
I am not telling you not to do drugs at music festivals. I know it will happen, and it will always happen for as long as drugs and music festivals simultaneously exist on this planet.
If Ayn Rand were alive right now, I am convinced she would listen to Gucci Mane. Or at the very least, she would sympathize with the struggles of the trap.
Making memories in college. Everyone comes to college with an idea of how they want to spend their time. Some people come to spread their wings, some come for the parties, and some people, shockingly […]
Or is he just trying to cash in on the anti-consumer trend?On May 17, 66 cities across the world were transformed into momentary pulpits for one of hip hop’s most polarizing preachers. Orwellian-style projections of […]
Festival fashion! It’s been popping up everywhere, from Coachella Vines to street style blogs. No worries – festival season has only just begun, and I have a few items you’ll want to snag before heading […]