• Church and State are Inseparable

    Attempting to understand history to interpret what our country’s first leaders wanted is like a bad game of Telephone. This game starts with the phrase “separation of church and state”. This idea dates back to [...]
  • The Jeffrey Dahmer Craze

    October is now in full swing, and with that comes Halloween. Media revolving around the likes of Ted Bundy and Jack the Ripper start re-circulating the internet. Although, this time around, people have had a [...]
  • Forgive and Forget

    The $300 billion student loan forgiveness plan is ramping up as the U.S. Department of Education has just launched the beta version of the student debt relief application form. Hopeful students will have to wait [...]
  • Does Voting Mean Change?

    Over the last two years, more and more rights have been taken from women, leading me to question what my vote in this election will give me and if it will change things. American citizens [...]
  • Racism at Georgia State is Alive

    Georgia State has an issue, and no, it’s not a lack of parking. Georgia State has a racism problem, and it’s time that the university addresses it.  Recently, a Georgia State staple, Sensational Subs, was [...]
  • Election Commercials are Problematic

    November is around the corner. This means it’s time for elections! Over the last few months, you might have seen a few commercials about our candidates. These commercials often have a common goal—convincing the general [...]
  • The Value of Campus Life

    Being a college-aged student living in one of the biggest, most innovative, and growing cities in the nation is a great opportunity.  Attending school at Georgia State means fully immersing yourself in the city of [...]
  • Take Care of Your Mental Health

    As the school year begins, students find themselves suddenly bombarded with assignments and responsibilities after a summer of fun and relaxation. It can feel like such a stark change, going from sitting in the sun [...]
  • Join a Club Today!

    It is a new semester at Georgia State University. Students are bustling around, trying to get the supplies they need for the upcoming semester. We are coming back to familiar-looking faces and familiar-looking classrooms. trying [...]
  • Sex in Today’s Society

    In today’s society, it is common to read about sex.  So it is in movies, TV shows, books, and magazines. It is hard to go anywhere without looking at different exposés of a celebrities sex [...]
  • Sex and Platonicism

    Why are some of us choosing not to have sex? A significant portion of all male-female relationships are characterized by mutual sexual attraction. When we meet someone we find attractive, it is natural to think [...]
  • Ladies First

    Did you know that during heterosexual sex, women are far less likely than men to have an orgasm?  A 2016 study from the Archives of Sexual Behavior found that 95% of heterosexual men always orgasm [...]
  • The Five Love Languages

    You’re trying. Your partner has expressed dissatisfaction in your relationship, so you decide to go the extra mile to express your love for them.  You ask your friends for gift ideas that they like and try [...]
  • Delta-8: The New Nicotine

    Did you know weed is recreationally legal in all fifty states? That’s right, all fifty states.  It’s called Delta-8. The new, legal vaping trend.  I know what you’re thinking. There’s no way its a natural  [...]
  • THC v. CBD

    Whenever someone thinks about the plant Marijuana, they think about the process of getting high.  But what if I can tell you this plant has two different compounds that have different effects from each other.  [...]