Need an Excuse to Enjoy Chocolate this Valentine’s Day?

Chocolate…there are hundreds of combinations and ways to eat it. There are the basic varieties of dark, milk or white chocolate. The basics can be enhanced with nuts, toffee, extracts or spices. You can even consume it as a beverage or melted to create a fondue. Continue reading Need an Excuse to Enjoy Chocolate this Valentine’s Day?

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Tarte Foundation Receives Backlash for Lack of Diversity

Recently, the popular makeup brand Tarte Cosmetics has been criticized for the lack of shade range in its launch of the highly anticipated Tarte Shape Tape Foundation. T Continue reading Tarte Foundation Receives Backlash for Lack of Diversity

The Irony of the Black Vote

By: Nia Waller  Online Section Writer  Twitter exploded on Jan. 3, 2018 when Democrat Doug Jones beat Roy Moore for the Alabama Senate seat. In a state like Alabama that is traditionally red, Roy Moore should have seen an easy victory, but Moore’s race was littered with controversy. After announcing his Senate campaign, Moore was followed by several sexual allegations from various young women. Although … Continue reading The Irony of the Black Vote

5 Books You Might Have Missed in 2017

by: Diana Richtman Entertainment Writer It’s no secret that 2017 was a crazy year. With classes, work and campus life, there might not have been a lot of time left for much else. It’s important for college students to set aside time in their busy schedules for relaxing. Speaking from my experience, fiction reading is one of the best remedies for stress. Fiction offers escape … Continue reading 5 Books You Might Have Missed in 2017

It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Getting Through the Stress of Finals Season

By: Hayley Hasberger Online Section Writer Finals is a time of studying, procrastinating and cramming. Whether you have essays and projects or exams to study for, it is important to focus not only on your school work, but yourself. Everyone has a different way of studying, but you shouldn’t let your studies negatively impact your mental and physical health during this stressful time. Below are … Continue reading It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year: Getting Through the Stress of Finals Season

Female Representation in “Stranger Things 2”

By: Diana Richtman  Entertainment Section Writer  If you’re anything like me, then you were probably extremely excited to see more female representation in “Stranger Things 2.” Among the young people in the first season of “Stranger Things” the ratio of girls to boys was two (Eleven and Nancy) to six (Mike, Will, Lucas, Dustin, Steve and Jonathan). This imbalanced ratio is common in television, and … Continue reading Female Representation in “Stranger Things 2”

“For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide when the Rainbow is Enuf” Highlighting Black Women’s Experiences

By: Rachel Yuan Online Section Writer This weekend, the Black Theatrical Ensemble held their fall semester performance in the Fine Arts Theater. The Black Theatrical Ensemble allows students to participate in and learn all aspects of putting on a production, from acting to behind-the-scenes work. They strive to showcase Afro-centric theater, by performing works by black writers or about the African-American experience. This semester, they … Continue reading “For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide when the Rainbow is Enuf” Highlighting Black Women’s Experiences

Remedies to Help You Survive Flu Season

By: Hayley Hasberger  Online Section Writer It’s that time of year when everyone is getting sick around campus and you’re trying to avoid catching anything yourself. Whether you’re getting over a cold, battling a sinus infection or fighting off germs with hand sanitizer, here are a few helpful tips and tricks according to Healthline that will get you through the flu season. The most obvious … Continue reading Remedies to Help You Survive Flu Season

Social Media and the Kenneka Jenkins Case

By: Nia Waller Online Section Writer On Sept. 19, 2017 at the Crowne Plaza Chicago O’Hare Hotel, an innocent gathering of friends turned to tragedy. Kenneka Jenkins arrived at the Crowne Plaza around 1 a.m., what happened after that point has been disputed. Around 4 a.m., Jenkin’s friends called the police to report her missing. After an intensive search, she was found in an empty … Continue reading Social Media and the Kenneka Jenkins Case

UGA’s Great Debate 2017

Alexandra Travis Web Director On Oct. 19, 2017, members of the University of Georgia’s Young Democrats and College Republicans entered the South Psychology-Journalism Auditorium dressed in their respective blue and red to face off for the annual Great Debate. The Georgia Political Review and the Georgia Debate Union worked together to coordinate this event to give students the opportunity to come and hear their peers … Continue reading UGA’s Great Debate 2017