Campus News

March 31: News Briefs & Crime Blotter

March 31, 2020 Brooklyn Valera 0

NEWS BRIEFS  LOCAL Georgia manufacturers convert to medical equipment According to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Heritage Sleep Concepts was able to rehire 15 laid-off employees after a call from Floyd Medical Center. Heritage, Luvu Brands and […]

Arts & Living

Fighting against an altered reality

March 31, 2020 Hannah Jones 0

Airbrush, Photoshop, Facetune. Ever since modeling became a serious profession, models have struggled with body image, societal pressures and, eventually, photo edits.  Since the invention of Photoshop in 1990, celebrities and the public have been […]

Arts & Living

The Zen of cat cafes

March 31, 2020 Holyn Thigpen 0

New research suggests that spending time with animals is among the best coping methods for stress, anxiety and generalized depression. The Anxiety and Depression Association of America terms this the “pet effect.” Surveying thousands of […]

City

TEDx speakers talk human trafficking

March 31, 2020 J.P. Irie 0

A dozen students and a panel of professionals gathered in Student Center West’s House Salon to talk about a major issue not only in Atlanta but in the country: human trafficking. At a TEDx event […]

Cross Country

Homesickness: A mental battle

March 31, 2020 Erik Indrisano 0

For the average person, homesickness is a problem they may experience from time to time. Whether it’s traveling abroad or attending college in a different state, the feeling of missing home strikes us all at […]

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