Atlanta brings art to life with technology

April 6, 2021 Isa Cardona 0

“Van Gogh – The Immersive Experience” is coming to Atlanta in May, and visitors have a chance to step into the artist’s famous works. The exhibit will incorporate 360-degree digital projection, VR experience and dynamic […]

Student Life

KemNu simplifies social interaction in college

March 30, 2021 Isa Cardona 0

Making friends and networking can be a challenge for many college students, and it’s been increasingly difficult with limited face-to-face interaction during a pandemic.  KemNu is a social platform that enables people to connect over […]

Arts & Living

Simply Signal Recipes: Efo Riro and Iyán

February 23, 2021 Isa Cardona 0

In honor of Black history month, Simply Signal Recipes collaborated with the Atlanta-based food blog, Craving Mad, to share this Nigerian meal. Forest Ogunyankin is a Nigerian-American food blogger who cooks various fusion foods and […]

Arts & Living

What it’s like being Afro-Latinx on campus

February 23, 2021 Isa Cardona 0

The Latinx identity is exceptionally diverse, and the lines between race and ethnicity often blur. Often marginalized within the Latinx community, many Afro-Latinx people around the world embrace their heritage and resist cultural erasure.  According […]

Arts & Living

Online persona vs. real-life presence

February 16, 2021 Isa Cardona 0

In the age of technology, social media has transitioned into a tool for promoting someone or their work. Still, it’s difficult to understand whether someone’s profile represents them accurately in their real life.  Sophomore Bailey […]

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