How did we forget about Julio Jones?

March 24, 2020 Jamal Lemond 0

If someone asked you, “Who is an influential black athlete in Atlanta?” you’d often hear Julio Jones. Recently, The Signal writer Julian Harden ranked the most impactful African American athletes in Atlanta sports history. While […]


Lifelong consequences for minor offenses

March 10, 2020 Jamal Lemond 0

A moment shouldn’t define a person, but someone can be stripped of all rights and opportunities because of one mistake. While some are forgiven, others see their hopes and dreams shattered in an instant. Misdemeanors […]


Immortalizing the Legend John Lewis

February 4, 2020 Jamal Lemond 0

Black History Month is here, and unfortunately, one of our most cherished heroes is battling advanced pancreatic cancer. Civil rights legend and Rep. John Lewis has always shown an “incomparable will to fight.” He has […]


The businesses that stole Christmas

November 19, 2019 Jamal Lemond 0

It’s that time of the year again. Halloween just ended, and Christmas trees are already up. The holiday season seems to grow longer and longer every year, and the natural joy of Christmas is gone. […]


Employment isn’t working for students

October 29, 2019 Jamal Lemond 0

College can be extremely expensive, so it is ideal to have a job while attending school. Unfortunately, employment for students is becoming nearly impossible. Some companies seem reluctant to abide by availability requests, so a […]


U.S. vs. the World

October 22, 2019 Jamal Lemond 0

Although James Naismith invented basketball in Canada in 1891, the U.S. has since dominated basketball. The vast majority of basketball’s most famous players come from the U.S.  I started playing basketball as an adolescent, and […]

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