Titanic II might sink before it sails

August 31, 2021 Cole Podany 0

After colliding with an iceberg, the “unsinkable Titanic” met its fate on April 14, 1912. It took over 1,500 lives with it to the ocean floor. After almost 110 years, it rests primarily undisturbed in […]

Arts & Living

Changing majors is a major decision

August 24, 2021 Cole Podany 0

With most colleges offering hundreds of degree programs, it is no surprise that 80% of college students change their major at least once. Changing one’s major can be an exciting opportunity for some students to […]

Arts & Living

Nut Milk is Not Milk…Or Is It?

June 15, 2021 Cole Podany 0

Those stuck in Atlanta’s seemingly never-ending traffic during their commute have likely come across one of the many strange billboards looming over the interstate.  The signs are hard to miss, with big, bold letters announcing […]

Arts & Living

Pounce is an endangered animal

June 1, 2021 Cole Podany 0

The Florida panther, the real animal behind Pounce, Georgia State’s iconic mascot, once prowled the whole southeast, mingling in small breeding communities and covering ground from Arkansas to Georgia to the tip of Florida.  In […]

Arts & Living

Delta-8-THC’s complicated legal status

April 20, 2021 Cole Podany 0

Customers line up to achieve a disputably legal high from edibles, flower and vaping cartridges that line the counters of convenience stores, gas stations and specialty stores across Atlanta.  These products contain Delta-8-THC, a psychoactive […]

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