Arts & Living

Let’s show Mother Nature some love

April 21, 2020 Hannah Jones 0

The sun is shining, birds are chirping, but everyone is inside. Amid COVID-19, it can be difficult to think about anything other than the pandemic. Luckily, Mother Nature is here to help. This year marks […]

Arts & Living

Green thumbs welcome at the Mix

April 21, 2020 Jada Jones 0

Georgia State students still living downtown amid the coronavirus pandemic are buying plants to stay in touch with nature. Gov. Brian Kemp recently extended Georgia’s shelter-in-place order to the end of April, allowing only essential […]

Arts & Living

Reducing one’s rubbish

April 21, 2020 Maya Torres 0

College is the time to become more self-aware and develop sustainable habits that persist into one’s adult life. One practice of sustainability that is gaining attention, especially among young people, is the zero waste movement. […]


Pollen count — Painting Atlanta yellow

April 21, 2020 Olivia Nash 0

While people practice social distancing, Atlanta is being painted yellow as the amount of pollen reaches record numbers.  On March 20, 2012, the highest pollen count ever recorded was at 9,369 particles per cubic meter, […]

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