By: Jonah Griego I recently discovered David Axelrod’s podcast, entitled “The Axe Files.” Particularly, the episode where Jon Stewart was a guest. What caught my attention was the two were deliberating what institutional systemic change in hiring practices looks like. The main theme of Jon Stewart’s analysis of “The Daily Show’s” failures in diversity… Continue reading When Rugged Individualism is Not Enough
By: Anna Rayford On May 25, 2020, another unarmed Black man was killed at the hands of a group of people whose sole job is to protect the members of their community. Instead, George Floyd was murdered by a police officer after an employee at a grocery store assumed he had a counterfeit $20 bill. … Continue reading Why Your Silence Angers Us
Writer: Michelle Manganiello The holiday season is quickly arriving, which means weeks of family reunions, jolly music, perhaps new gifts, and—of course— wonderful food. This decadent food, the stuffing, the turkey dinner, the buttery rolls, the juicy ham and the delicious pies, may seem to be half the reason we enjoy the holidays. We feel… Continue reading Staying Healthy During the Holidays
By: Michelle Manganiello Writer To many, self-driving cars are a deep dive into the future that seem far off. However, self-driving cars are closer to reality than one may think. Both technology companies and car manufacturers are in the process of developing their self-driving vehicles right now, and there is no doubt that there will… Continue reading Autonomous Cars: The Way of the Future
By: Michelle Manganiello Writer When I mention that I study languages at college, I usually get one of two responses: “Wow! That’s so cool!” or “I don’t know how you do that, languages are so hard for me.” In fact, both answers ring true: languages can be very difficult to learn, but also doubly… Continue reading Learning More Languages Means Opening More Doors
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By: Michelle Manganiello Writer A recent phenomenon has Georgians on edge: The Heartbeat Bill. This bill, passed by Governor Brian Kemp, allows abortions to be banned as early as six weeks into pregnancy. The punishment for those who perform an abortion is a minimum of 10 years in prison. The bill instructs doctors to prohibit… Continue reading The Heartbeat Bill: a State of Change for Georgia
By: Michelle Manganiello Writer If you are from the Alpharetta or Roswell area, you would recognize the words “North Point Mall” anywhere. This is where you got your American Girl doll at the American Girl store, where you made your first bear at Build-A-Bear, or where you met your friends in the food court or… Continue reading Malls: The End of an Era
Both were nominated for their outstanding commitment and dedicated efforts to making an impact on campus.
It’s that time of year again where lovers of movies are trying to decide which nominated films they should last minute watch before the Oscars premier on Sunday, Feb. 24.
It was the summer of Donald Glover, also known by his musical alias, Childish Gambino. From movies to “Saturday Night Live” hosting gigs, the multi-talented artist continues to prove his burgeoning status as one of the greatest entertainers of our generation by providing his audience with quality work of great creative expression.
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Joyner’s music video displays two men opposite sides of a table in a relatively barren warehouse. The man speaking these words? White. The man receiving these words? Black. The voice delivering these confrontational and provocative words? Joyner Lucas, a rapper from Worcester, Massachusetts with a white mother and a black father, and two sides of a heavy coin.