Weekly Crime Blotters: Oct. 22

October 22, 2018 Digital Editor 0

Oct. 16 It’s a free country, damnit! A person not affiliated with Georgia State was arrested at Hurt Park for selling alcohol without a license. Oct. 17 You’ve been hit by a smooth criminal. A […]


Weekly News Briefs: Oct. 22

October 22, 2018 Digital Editor 0

LOCAL Gwinnett County faces lawsuit CNN reported Gwinnett County now faces two federal lawsuits and accusations from voting rights activists who said that registration rejections disproportionately affect minority voters, particularly Asian-Americans and African-Americans. The county […]

Arts & Living

This Atlanta cemetery is definitively haunted

October 19, 2018 Josh Winston 0

Since 1850, Oakland Cemetery has served as an architectural manifestation of Atlanta’s complex and contentious past, containing within its grounds not just the bodies of Atlanta’s dead but also their lives and legacies. Originally named […]

Arts & Living

These Muslim women want you to know this

October 17, 2018 Sara Abdulla 0

The varied, sometimes dark and tousled, other times impeccably arranged and brightly patterned, hijabs on campus are worn for several different reasons: for modesty, out of reverence for the tradition in Islamic faith and at […]

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