Student Government Association Debates

April 13, 2022 Tara Woodin 0

On Tuesday night, 2022-23 Student Government hopefuls gathered on stage to debate topics ranging from accessibility of the Student Government Association (SGA) to campus safety and inclusion of international, commuter and Perimeter-campus students. The debate […]

Arts & Living

The rise and fall of the Okefenokee Protection Act

March 29, 2022 Cole Podany 0

Few bills involving environmental issues receive widespread bipartisan support, with Republicans and Democrats tending to disagree on the details. The Okefenokee Protection Act, though, was widely backed by both Republicans and Democrats. The bill, proposed […]


Lawmakers propose new LGBTQ bill

March 22, 2022 Matthew Monroe 0

Georgia’s proposed bill would prohibit teachers from discussing sexual orientation and gender identity with their students. 10 Republican Senators have spearheaded the Common Humanity in Private Education Act, which they presented to the Georgia Senate.  […]


The latest in Russia’s Invasion

March 22, 2022 Tara Woodin 0

On Feb. 24, Russian President Vladimir Putin addressed his nation, announcing a “special military operation” against Ukraine. “We have [tried] to resolve the matter peacefully,” he said.  “The problem [occurred] not by our fault, and […]

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