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A Year in the Making: Why Solange’s “A Seat at the Table” is Still Essential

By: Alexandra Travis  Web Director  You know an album is timeless if a year has gone by and it still seems like a new release every time you hit play. That is how Solange’s “A Seat at the Table” is for me. Sept. 30 marks the one-year anniversary of its release, and I still play… Continue reading A Year in the Making: Why Solange’s “A Seat at the Table” is Still Essential

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Building a Better Athens: Stories, Strategies, and Advice for Changing our World

Hosted by Athens for Everyone and Avid Bookshop, this community gathering’s goal is to allow a prominent political activist to impart his wisdom about civilian and political activism, as well as to listen to the advice and opinions of some prominent activists and community leaders in Athens.

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The Issue of Building the Wall

By Monica Vega “Build a wall!” has recently become a popular answer to the question, “What should we do about our immigration problem?” Popularized by the now infamous presidential hopeful Donald Trump, this idea has gained momentum among many Americans. To Trump supporters, it seems like the most logical and efficient way to keep immigrants… Continue reading The Issue of Building the Wall

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Political Change in the American Muslim Community

Political Change in the American Muslim Community By Samantha Ward With the political season underway, candidates and students alike are all encouraging more people to vote this year. One student in particular, Aisha Yaqoob, is shifting her focus from general policy work to a group of potential voters often forgotten: American Muslims. Originally from Suwannee,… Continue reading Political Change in the American Muslim Community