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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 […]

Editorials

Editorial: Vax up and Mask up

September 7, 2021 Evan Koenigs 0

It’s time to have the conversation we all have been dreading. How many of you have been fully vaccinated? As of September 5th, only 41% of Georgia citizens have chosen to be vaccinated.  Even the […]

Opinion

Save our city from itself

August 31, 2021 Alyssia Hardge 0

Growing up, I was never the kid who willingly went outside to play. I always preferred to stay inside and read. However, one summer, I loved riding my bike. I used to think I was […]

Opinion

The 99% is too big to fail

August 31, 2021 Trevor Kosloski 0

A handmade sign reads “THE 99% IS TOO BIG TO FAIL.” Occupy Georgia State was a potent moment. A messy wave of anti-capitalist slogans and student politics standing outside the Atlanta Federal Reserve. It was […]

Opinion

University Housing: Yes or No?

August 24, 2021 Gabby Miller 0

One of the most intimidating aspects of enrolling in college is the confusion surrounding housing. Many people ask similar questions: “Where am I going to live?”, “Will the location be close to classes?” and “Will […]

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