GRAMMY predictions in a post committee world

October 26, 2021 Desmond Leake 0

The GRAMMY Nomination period closed on September 30th, making it the perfect time to speculate on potential winners. The GRAMMY’s recently changed their voting process, doing away with their secret committees after a controversy surrounding […]

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The rise in class-conscious media

October 19, 2021 Terrance Davis 0

People have long used popular entertainment to address social issues and injustices in our world. From films like “Do the Right Thing” (1989), from as far back as Hugo’s “Les Miserables,” there is a clear […]

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Atlanta demographics affects mayoral election

September 14, 2021 Gabby Miller 0

Over the past few years, the city of Atlanta has been getting more diverse. According to an article by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Atlanta’s city demographic has increased by 71,400 people. That demographic shows how diverse […]

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Our anxious rest is over

September 14, 2021 Trevor Kosloski 0

Thursday evening, August 26th – the Supreme Court of the United States proclaimed a dictum: that the Biden administration’s stay on evictions is an overreach. The moratorium was to end immediately, before the original October […]

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Protect our women

August 24, 2021 Callie McNorton 0

It’s a depressingly familiar situation now. Mariam Abdulrab was walking into her home after a late-night bar shift when a man kidnapped her at gunpoint. By 10 a.m. the following day, witnesses found her body […]

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