Panthers, where are your manners?

February 4, 2020 Nicole Castro 0

This is an open letter to those of you who are oblivious, inconsiderate and maybe just plain rude: Why are you like this? Maybe you aren’t paying attention; maybe you feel entitled. Whatever the case […]


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 […]


Are you an undercover narcissist?

February 4, 2020 Adrienne Long 0

Have you ever listened to someone telling you about how bad of a day they’ve been having, only to realize that you’ve been thinking about what a bad day you’ve been having? We’ve all been […]


Keep Gwinnett blue

February 4, 2020 Yasmina Al-Aboudy 0

Gwinnett County was able to transition from solid red to blue for the first time since the Carter administration during the 2016 election. Nearly 50,000 Democrats took to the polls and voted out longstanding Republicans, […]


The Lost City of Atlanta

January 24, 2020 Raquel Croston 0

Atlanta’s gentrification has become an epidemic in recent years, with thousands of city dwellers citing it as the reason for their removal from city limits. With the influx of new, high-income residents, the waves of […]


How to Choose the Right Major

January 24, 2020 Lee Fagan 0

A common fear students have is that they will complete college, only to wind up unemployed as an adult. Paying thousands of dollars for higher education should produce a decent career, but sadly, even a […]


When was the last time you read a book?

January 24, 2020 Nicole Castro 0

It’s almost impossible to spend time with people nowadays without somebody glancing at their phone every few minutes. Whether they’re constantly checking for new notifications to come in or they’re simply bored of everyone around […]

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